Cordyceps is a fungus naturally occurring in the high Himalayas. It is one of the most fascinating species in the mushroom kingdom. Cordyceps is renowned for its performance-enhancing, fatigue-reducing and immune-supporting properties.
- 10:1 extract – concentrated form of extract to ensure bioavailability of raw material
- 100% Natural – no unnecessary additives or fillers
- Vegetable capsules – suitable for vegans and vegetarians
- 100% Fruiting bodies – no mycelium mixed with grain
- Grown on wood – fruited on enriched sawdust to ensure high synthesis of active compounds
- High beta-glucan content – tested in independent laboratories to ensure high beta glucan content
Who Should take Cordyceps?
Cordyceps has been formulated for those looking for increased energy, improved stamina, enhanced lung capacity, better immunity, and improved sleep quality. This solution is perfect for athletes, busy professionals, individuals with active lifestyles, students, and anyone wanting to optimize their sleep and deal with daily challenges more effectively.
Mushrooms are qualified as adaptogens, which means that they support both physical and mental resistance to environmental stimuli and stress. How does this happen? Fungi have spent almost 1.5 billion years optimising their defence strategies, and today we can benefit from them.
Cordyceps stands out from other functional mushrooms in a significant way. Beginning with its unusual method of cultivation, to its anecdotal fame as a powerful energy booster among athletes.
Cordyceps is often used as an alternative to caffeinated energy drinks, acting at a cellular level, literally recharging our biological batteries.
RECHARGE YOUR BATTERIES
One of the ways in which Cordyceps supports physical performance and reduces fatigue is through its effect on the production of the basic energy unit, ATP (adenosine triphosphate). We can think of ATP as our body’s batteries. The more charged they are, the longer we are able to perform an activity.
ATP is produced in the mitochondria – the energy factories inside our cells. Their contribution to energy production is as high as 90%. Cordyceps contains adenosine, which is required to produce ATP.