The Health Benefits of Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis
Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis is backed by scientific research and years of prominent use within the field of alternative medicine. Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis is safe, effective, and offers numerous health benefits.
- Increase Energy, Endurance, and Stamina
- Increase Oxygen Capacity
- Battle Weakness and Fatigue
- Boosts Lung Function and Capacity
- Boosts the Immune System
- Improves Sexual Function
Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis and Athletes
Cordyceps is very popular with endurance athletes of all types. Cyclists, Runners, Mountain Climbers, Swimmers and Triathletes are just some of the athletes who have used Cordyceps with great success.
In 1993 at the Chinese National Games the Chinese Women’s Track and Field team shattered 9 world records. The fact that one team could shatter 9 world records at a single event was amazing, the fact that it was the little known Chinese Track and Field team made it even more incredible.
People immediately began to investigate what the Chinese were doing to see such great performance gains. The secret as revealed by their coach? You guessed it – a drink made with Cordyceps! Of course, hard training and diet were also key, but the coach does credit the Cordyceps for helping his team with energy and oxygen capacity.
While we don’t claim anyone taking Cordyceps will suddenly start smashing records, if you are an athlete and looking for a boost in energy, endurance and oxygen capacity – you will want to give Cordyceps a try (of course, for the ultimate revitalizing formula we recommend our Perfect Acai Revive– more on this later).
How about Non-Athletes and Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis?
Yes! You do NOT need to be an athlete to need more energy, endurance, and stamina. What about a stronger immune system and improved sexual function? Simply put, anyone looking for a boost, or something that can help them feel more vibrant and alive, will see immense benefit from taking cordyceps sinesis.
Interestingly, a large number of elderly men and women have started to turn to cordyceps to help them feel healthier and younger. It should be no surprise to see that world renowned Medicine Hunter, Chris Kilham, had this to say about cordyceps…
“In elderly patients, cordyceps improved a number of quality of life parameters, including general physical condition, mental health, appetite, vitality, sexual drive and cardiac function. In effect, cordyceps helps to turn back the aging clock. Remarkably, no down side or side effects are known for cordyceps. Is there an all-around supplementary super agent? Cordyceps is ample evidence that the answer is yes.”
– Chris Kilham (medicinehunter.com)
More Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis Health Benefits?
There is an incredible amount of research on Cordyceps and potential health benefits, but it can get very scientific and technical. Evidence suggests that Cordyceps helps with cancer, kidney, liver, and heart systems, as well as improving cholesterol and glucose levels.
Dr. John Holliday wrote a 63 page article, Ancient Cordyceps in the Mordern World, June 2004. In the article he references many scientific studies, including human studies performed in Asia where the health benefits of Cordyceps have been enjoyed for centuries.
Scientific studies suggest cordyceps may benefit the unpleasant side-effects of chemo and radiation treatment. “…by far the vast majority of cancer patients in Japan, Korea and China are already taking Cordyceps…while undergoing conventional treatment.”(Holliday, 2004)
“Many tests conducted on kidney function with Cordyceps, both animal and human, [show] Cordyceps to be of particular value in maintaining kidney health and in restoring function to diseased and damaged kidneys.”(Holliday, 2004)
“In both human and animal studies, administration of Cordyceps has been associated withcholesterol and triglyceride reduction and an increase in ratio of HDL to LDL cholesterol.” (Holliday, 2004)
Holliday (2004) also cites numerous studies of Cordyceps improving liver and heart systems, as well as, stabilizing glucose levels in diabetics.