Cordyceps Sinensis – History
It grows at an altitude ranging from 9,000 – 16,000 feet (2,700 – 4,800 meters) above sea level – in Tibet, Nepal and China. Because of it’s significant impact to human health and partly by it’s rarity in the past it has been accredited the term “Golden Herb”.
The first recording of cordyceps was during the Tang Dynasty (620 A.D.) where it’s use was limited only to the imperial family as the premier tonic for good health and longevity.
Cordyceps are rich in nutrients that have synergistic results on the human body. This results in a functional food that is medicinal, supplying nutrients your body needs and that improve your quality of life – all the while boosting athletic performance.
Results from research with cordyceps show an increase in cellular energy and in the development of immune system cells. More than that, it increases the cellular adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the cell’s energy source and an important molecule for human muscles contraction.
Triphosphate Production 30% ↑ Increase
Oxygen Absorption 40% ↑ Increase
The benefits of using DXN cordyceps are many, but let us focus on the most basic:
*Raises energy levels, offering more durability and strength. Chinese Olympic athletes swept the medals in the Olympic games using an ”elixir” of energy and strength, Cordyceps Sinensis.
*Enhances respiratory system function and the ability of the lungs to exchange gases. It dilates the bronchioles to facilitate the better exchange of gases and the contraction of the heart muscle.
*Increases the production of ATP in the mitochondria of the heart. The largest number of mitochondria are located in the cardiac muscle.
*Improves the recovery rate. After exercise, the heartbeat returns faster to normal levels. By improving the cardiac functions it increases the energy of athletes. In 1993, Chinese athletes made three world records at the National games using cordyceps sinensis to increase their energy levels.
*Enhances Melatonin Production. Melatonin is produced only during sleep, and is an anti-aging hormone. It is a very powerful antioxidant that boosts the immune system. Melatonin production declines with age, with accelerated decline occurring after age 35.
DXN Cordyceps Functions:
DXN cordyceps improves the functionality of the lungs and those suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Furthermore, it’s a great ally for the liver, optimizing functionality so that it’s working at it’s best. It does this by:
1. Improving the flow of bile to the liver.
2. Intensifying the healing abilities of the liver cells.
3. Reducing the inflammation of hepatitis.
4. Normalizing the condition of liver cirrhosis.
5. Improvement on the SGPT test.
DXN’s selection of cordyceps is an indispensable food for all those who work long hours, eat fast food, smoke and drink alcohol, and for athletes. The cordyceps helps dilate the bronchioles of the lungs, relieving breathlessness and chest tightness. It also boosts immunity while reducing inflammation and allergy.
DXN’s range of cordyceps products are guardians for the kidneys. Toxins can be eliminated effectively, substantially reducing toxic substances. On top of that it reduces acute and chronic inflammations. Plus it regulates hematopoietic functions so as to produce healthy red blood cells. The best prevention for anemia.
The immune system benefits greatly from using DXN cordyceps. It stimulates the immune system by increasing the levels of interferon in the body, and increasing the number of killer T cells to attack cancer cells. Researchers found that the immune functions that are supported by taking cordyceps reduce tumor size in cancer patients.
DXN produces cordyceps with ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015 standards of quality and efficiency, guaranteeing that it has been examined thoroughly in a science lab for chemical compounds, ensuring it is a 100% organic healthy product. DXN strictly maintains the highest hygienic standards from the production process of it’s raw materials, as well as environmental friendliness.
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