Traditionally used in Chinese medicine for centuries, recent researchers have shown in studies that Cordyceps may help to increase energy levels and endurance. This unusual fungi holds an array of health benefits, with one clinical trial also demonstrating how it may contain antioxidant properties, which researchers may help explain their anti-aging potential.
Benefits of Cordyceps
Cordyceps contains a wide range of health-promoting compounds, including all of the essential amino acids, proteins, vitamin E, K, and B vitamins, as well as minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and zinc. In addition, cordyceps also contains several chemical compounds such as polysaccharides, nucleosides, and sterols making them a powerhouse of micro and macronutrients to support an active lifestyle.
Performance, endurance, stamina, anti-oxidant and anti-aging
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Research & studies
Cordyceps sinensis: Genotoxic Potential in Human Peripheral Blood Cells and Antigenotoxic Properties Against Hydrogen Peroxide by Comet Assay
Jovana D Vasiljevic, Lada P Zivkovic, Andrea M Cabarkapa, Vladan P Bajic, Ninoslav J Djelic, Biljana M Spremo-Potparevic
Pharmacological and therapeutic potential of Cordyceps with special reference to Cordycepin
Hardeep S. Tuli, Sardul S. Sandhu & A. K. Sharma, Biotech