This isn't some half-baked, half-backed woo-woo medicine: the use of the fungus cordyceps for lungs has a long, scientifically supported history of working wonders as a powerful, effective treatment against respiratory disease.
Like many "modern-day" medicinal marvels, cordyceps is a safe and effective adaptogen herb that’s actually been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries to improve lung health and overall well-being.
Today, cordyceps is used as a complementary medicine to treat serious lung disease, notably Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) as well as a host of other common ailments.
Cordyceps for Lungs and Much, Much More*
As mentioned, cordyceps are used to treat lung diseases but can also be used to address coughs, chronic bronchitis and other respiratory disorders.
But the benefits of this fantastic fungus don’t end there: cordyceps have been shown to promote overall health. Here are some of the most notable perks of this natural remedy.
"Cordyceps sinensis improved the quality of life of the patients by reducing asthma-related symptoms and asthma onset frequency and severity, while it significantly attenuated asthma-induced inflammation at the 3-month intervention period, as demonstrated by decreased expression of inflammatory biomarkers. These novel findings provide useful information of the use of Cordyceps sinensis in the asthma treatment in human populations. In summary, Cordyceps sinensis is an effective Chinese medicine for asthma patients without additional safety risks."
~ Evidence Based, PMC articles. Reference link in blog footer.
Cordyceps for Immune Health*
Research shows that cordyceps may boost immunity by stimulating pro-inflammatory cytokines, which are excreted from immune cells to control immune reactions and strengthen the immune system.
Cordyceps for Potential Anti-Tumour benefits*
There's promising research that shows that not only may cordyceps be able to prevent cancer, it may be able to inhibit the growth of many types of cancer cells, including lung, colon, liver and skin cancers.
What's more, cordyceps may be able to help with the effects of cancer treatment, notably, leukopenia: the condition in which white blood cell counts crash and leave the body more susceptible to infection.
Cordyceps for heart health*
Exciting new research is emerging that shows that thanks to adenosine—a natural compound with heart protecting benefits—cordyceps can improve heart health, protecting the heart and lowering cholesterol.
In China, cordyceps are already approved to treat arrhythmia (when the heart rate is too slow, fast or irregular).
Tangentially related is the fact that cordyceps have been shown to reduce heart disease in rats with kidney damage, and since kidney disease can increase risk of heart failure, this finding is extremely encouraging.
Cordyceps for testosterone*
Cordyceps has been shown to improve levels of testosterone while also increasing sperm count, motility and even sexual performance.
Cordyceps for rejuvenation*
Another perk of this potent fungus is its ability to help your body rest and repair. You can use cordyceps to help you sleep better, and—since it's been shown to enhance cellular rejuvenation—it can help increase energy throughout the day.
Cordyceps has also been shown to help with the ageing process, liver & kidney health, libido, energy & performance, inflammation and blood sugar management.*
Quality Matters: The Best Source for Cordyceps
As with everything, quality matters. While cordyceps are found in cold climates and remote landscapes, like in the Himalayas, Perfect Supplements experts have spent years cultivating them more sustainably and affordably in the USA. This is where our Perfect Cordyceps is grown and this is how we bring you high quality, perfectly concentrated organic cordyceps supplements.
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*Disclaimer: the information in this article is intended purely as information and not health advice. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure and one should always seek expert advice from their trusted health practitioner.