Cordyceps Sinensis health benefits guides? If you were an insect, Cordyceps mushrooms would be the stuff of nightmares. That’s because the spores of this parasitic fungus would have the potential to infect your brain- causing a kind of madness. As if possessed, you would climb up to a high perch, hold on tight, and die- giving the fungus an opportunity to fruit through your brain and spread its spores once again. Luckily we don’t ever have to worry about this- because for you and I, Cordyceps is a superbly powerful medicinal mushroom which boasts incredible health benefits, including boosting your energy, increasing your endurance and improving overall health.
In Bhutan, Cordyceps are mostly collected in the two main pristine alpine meadows of Laya, Lunana, and Bumthang. Other regions are also emerging in Trashiyangtse and Lhuentse. In Bhutan, the government first implemented sustainable harvest guidelines in 2004. This allows only household members from registered local villagers to harvest cordyceps in Bhutan, within the village’s vicinity for a limited time in a year. To ensure the protection of the environment, the sustainability of the Cordyceps and the collectors, the collection is overseen by local leaders and forestry services, who also keep an eye out for poachers.
Certain varieties of Cordyceps grow parasitically on the caterpillars of particular moths. Some species of Cordyceps are called “winter worm” (these mushrooms grow on a caterpillar, after killing it and filling it with mycelium) and “summer grass”. These endangered mushrooms only occurs in the high mountains (the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau) in southwestern China and Tibet. Fortunately, the mycelia of Cordyceps sinensis can also be grown domestically, using a substrate such as rice. Read extra details on Bhutan Wild Premium Cordyceps.
Cordyceps have been widely used in traditional chinese medicine (TCM) and some branches of herbalism for centuries. A lot of research has been conducted to study the powerful benefits of cordyceps. Below are some of the health benefits that have been claimed to be associated with cordyceps. Combating fatigue: Fatigue is the physical or mental exhaustion caused by stresses such as overwork, lack of exercise or lack of sleep. It can also be a symptom resulting from illness, anxiety, medicine, or depression. Cordyceps have been shown to produce antifatigue function and are good to combat tired muscles. Cordyceps are known to help in boosting strength and improving immune system. Studies suggest that cordyceps increase the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a primary source of energy of our cells, particularly muscles. Cordyceps also promote restful sleep and helps to boost energy.
Bhutan’s best wild Cordyceps are produced in naturally cold environment at high altitudes in the districts of Bumthang and Laya. Every year, families earn a few hundred thousand ngultrum, which are spent on household items and other necessities. The number of cars has increased exponentially in the last decade or so. Now, there are over 100 cars in Chhoekhor Toed alone. “There has been a considerable improvement in the standard of living. Most families are well-to-do now. Lots of houses have been constructed and we could educate our children well. Moreover, we have also bought cars for our family,” Ugyen Tshomo from Gorjay said. Discover extra information on https://cordycepssinensis.org/.