As a well-known traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Cordyceps sinensis
(CS), also known as Ophiocordyceps sinensis fungi, exhibits multiple functions including immunomodulation, antitumor, hematopoietic facilitation, anti-inflammatory, bacteriostasis, and antiarrhythmic properties, with less adverse effects.
Nakamura K, Konoha K, Yamaguchi Y, Kagota S, Shinozuka K, Kunitomo MCombined effects of Cordyceps sinensis
and methotrexate on hematogenic lung metastasis in mice.
Anti-hyperglycemic activity of natural and fermented Cordyceps sinensis
in rats with diabetes induced by nicotinamide and streptozotocin.
Polysaccharides from cordyceps sinensis
mycelium ameliorate exhaustive swimming exerciseinduced oxidative stress.
Nammex pointed to new scientific research that has demonstrated that Cordyceps militaris mushrooms have active compounds and benefits similar to or possibly superior to Cordyceps sinensis
The greatest effect was seen in patients treated with at least 4 agents that included Cordyceps sinensis
Activation of macrophages and the intestinal immune system by orally administered decoction from cultured mycelium of Cordyceps sinensis
Aloha has the largest culture bank of medicinal mushrooms in the world but specializes in the cultivation of Cordyceps sinensis
Kiho et al31 demonstrated that the cultured mycelium of Cordyceps sinensis
had hypoglycaemic activity and lowered plasma glucose concentration in normal, STZ-induced diabetic mice and epinephrine-induced hyperglycaemic mice.
Medicinal mushrooms like shitake, miitake, and reishi are known for their healing powers, but others like cordyceps sinensis
lead the way for energy.
is one of the most interesting species of medicinal mushrooms.
is commonly used in China for the treatment of fatigue, night sweating, hyposexualities, hyperglycemia, hyperlipidemia, renal disease, heart disease and liver disease.