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Cordyceps in Microdosing

Cordyceps

There are 400 species of cordyceps, most of which are native to Bhutan, China, Korea, Nepal, Thailand, and Vietnam. Cordyceps is often referred to as the caterpillar fungus because of its thin, tubular shape. In alternative medicine, cordyceps is often touted as a natural energy booster.

Proponents also claim that cordyceps can protect against health problems like asthma, depression, diabetes, fatigue, high cholesterol, and upper respiratory tract infections.

The cordyceps mushroom is a true superfood and can slow the effects of aging and stress, help keep the body free from disease and boost energy levels to keep you going all day long.

Cordyceps has demonstrated promise in reducing physical fatigue, possibly by increasing your natural production of master antioxidants such as superoxide dismutase (SOD) and glutathione.

It actually increases cellular ATP (a molecule that stores and supplies energy within the cell), while decreasing the production of lactic acid and other reactive oxygen species that cause muscle fatigue

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