Reap the plentiful rewards of this mighty mushroom!
The Cordyceps mushroom is an extraordinary fungus, to say the least - it has been used as a mushroom powder extensively in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries, due to its abundant source of health benefits when consumed [1, 2].
The cordyceps mushroom is traditionally used to treat fatigue, low sex drive and kidney disease. However, as this mushroom has undergone more research, the important bioactive compounds, such as cordycepin, show that they may promote biological activities that help to reduce inflammation, increase libido and prevent oxidative stress (anti-aging) [3, 4].
The cordyceps mushroom doesn’t stop there, research shows that the mushroom may have beneficial effects on lipid metabolism [5, 6], protection of your mitochondria – the powerhouse of the cell  and can improve your endurance to prolonged and high-intensity exercise [3, 8, 9]. This mushroom will really get you going!
Add one tsp (3g) to 240ml of hot water, coffee, smoothies or desired recipe
One tsp (3g), once or twice daily.
- Packed in Australia from imported ingredients
Cordyceps Mushroom 10:1 Dual Extract Powder.
Store (well sealed) in a cool, dry place.
Available in 50g and 100g packs.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the TGA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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 Das, S.K., Masuda, M., Sakurai, A. and Sakakibara, M. (2010). Medicinal uses of the mushroom Cordyceps militaris: Current state and prospects. Fitoterapia, 81(8), pp.961–968.
 Ko and Leung. Enhancement of ATP generation capacity, antioxidant activity and immunomodulatory activities by Chinese Yang and Yin tonifying herbs. Chin Med. 2007. Department of Biochemistry, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong, China
 Gamage, S., Nakayama, J., Fuyuno, Y. and Ohga, S. (2018). The Effect of the Hot Water Extracts of the Paecilomyces hepiali and Cordyceps militaris Mycelia on the Growth of Gastrointestinal Bacteria. Advances in Microbiology, 08(07), pp.490–505.
 Kim, S.B., Ahn, B., Kim, M., Ji, H.-J., Shin, S.-K., Hong, I.P., Kim, C.Y., Hwang, B.Y. and Lee, M.K. (2014). Effect of Cordyceps militaris extract and active constituents on metabolic parameters of obesity induced by high-fat diet in C58BL/6J mice. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 151(1), pp.478–484.
 Gao, Jian et al. “Lipid-lowering effect of cordycepin (3'-deoxyadenosine) from Cordyceps militaris on hyperlipidemic hamsters and rats.” Yao xue xue bao = Acta pharmaceutica Sinica 46 6 (2011): 669-76
 Li, X.-T., Li, H.-C., Li, C.-B., Dou, D.-Q. and Gao, M.-B. (2010). Protective Effects on Mitochondria and Anti-Aging Activity of Polysaccharides from Cultivated Fruiting Bodies of Cordyceps militaris. The American Journal of Chinese Medicine, 38(06), pp.1093–1106.
 Hirsch, K.R., Smith-Ryan, A.E., Roelofs, E.J., Trexler, E.T. and Mock, M.G. (2016). Cordyceps militarisImproves Tolerance to High-Intensity Exercise After Acute and Chronic Supplementation. Journal of Dietary Supplements, 14(1), pp.42–53.
 Xu, Y.-F. (2016). Effect of Polysaccharide from Cordyceps militaris (Ascomycetes) on Physical Fatigue Induced by Forced Swimming. International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, 18(12), pp.1083–1092.