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Cordyceps - improves your athletic performance (and sooo much more)

Cordyceps - improves your athletic performance (and sooo much more)™ Cordyceps capsules are a natural supplement designed to enhance energy, strength, and libido. The key ingredient is cordycepin, derived from Cordyceps spp., known for its ergogenic and anti-fatigue properties. Let's explore the remarkable benefits of Cordyceps, a powerhouse supplement.

Enhance Your Athletic Performance™ Cordyceps is your ultimate ally for reducing fatigue and enhancing physical performance. Featuring cordycepin, a potent compound found in Cordyceps spp., it works synergistically with your body's natural energy boosters, adenosine-5'-triphosphate (ATP) and nitric oxide (NO).

Imagine having the extra power to push through intense workouts with ease, thanks to Cordyceps' support [1]. In experiments with mice, cordycepin demonstrated impressive results, increasing ATP and antioxidant enzymes while reducing lactate and reactive oxygen species (ROS) intensity [2].

It's like a power boost for your workouts!

Improve Your Sexual Function

For male reproductive health, Cordyceps works wonders. Research suggests it positively influences testosterone production, benefiting testicular health, sperm quantity, and quality [3].

Studies on male mice revealed significant increases sperm production and motility with Cordyceps supplementation [4].

Sooo, Cordyceps could be a natural remedy for men seeking to enhance reproductive health and vitality.

Boost Your Fertility

Cordyceps isn't just for men; it's gaining recognition for boosting female fertility too.

By promoting estrogen production, Cordyceps aids in reproductive processes, potentially improving IVF outcomes [5].

With its immune-boosting properties and impact on hormone levels, Cordyceps offers hope for those seeking natural fertility support.

Enjoy the Anti-aging Properties 

Cordyceps isn't just a supplement; it's a fountain of youth for seniors and those recovering from illness. Studies show it enhances oxygen absorption, improves aerobic capacity, and strengthens resistance to fatigue [6].

Additionally, Cordyceps' brain-boosting abilities and antioxidative properties make it a mushroom of choice for maintaining vitality and cognitive function, especially as we age [7].

Manage Your Diabetes

Managing diabetes can be challenging, but Cordyceps offers promising solutions.

Research indicates it can regulate blood sugar levels, lower cholesterol, and even improve mood.

With its anti-inflammatory properties and positive effects on insulin production and tolerance [8], Cordyceps presents a natural approach to diabetes management without harmful side effects.

Breathe Easy with Cordyceps

This wonderful supplement supports respiratory health by reducing inflammation and enhancing immune function [9].

Whether it's soothing irritated airways or boosting immunity, Cordyceps has impressive tricks for promoting lung health and overall well-being.

Revitalize Your Body with Antioxidants

Cordyceps battles oxidative stress like a true champion. Its polysaccharides and other compounds neutralise harmful free radicals [10], protecting against cellular damage and maintaining cholesterol levels.

Sooo, Cordyceps isn't just a supplement; it's your body's defender against aging and illness.

Your heart's best friend? Cordyceps!

With its ability to regulate lipid levels [11], reduce inflammation, and improve fat metabolism, Cordyceps promotes cardiovascular health without harmful side effects.

It's like having a natural shield against heart disease and vascular issues.

Other Benefits

Cordyceps isn't done yet! From supporting gut microbiota [12] to aiding kidney and liver function, its benefits are vast. With its immunomodulatory, antitumor, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and anticonvulsant properties, Cordyceps is a versatile supplement for overall health and wellness.

Explore the power of™ Cordyceps and unlock your full potential today!



Key Component

Cordycepin (3′-deoxyadenosine) and other powerful ingredients including cordymin, adenosine, and polysaccharides.

Recommended Usage

100-400 mg daily. For optimal results, take daily for at least 90 days.


Cordyceps may not be suitable for individuals with hormone-dependent cancers or mushroom allergies. Always consult your doctor before starting any new supplement regimen, especially during pregnancy, breastfeeding, or medical treatments.


Keep tightly closed, protected from light, humidity, and insects. Check the best-before date on the package.


Studies demonstrate Cordyceps' safety profile, making it a reliable addition to your wellness routine.


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[2] Song, J., Wang, Y., Teng, M., Cai, G., Xu, H., Guo, H., Liu, Y., Wang, D., & Teng, L. (2015). Studies on the Antifatigue Activities of Cordyceps militaris Fruit Body Extract in Mouse Model. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2015, 1–15.

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[4Chang Y, Jeng KC, Huang KF, Lee YC, Hou CW, Chen KH, Cheng FY, Liao JW, Chen YS. (2008). Effect of Cordyceps militaris supplementation on sperm production, sperm motility and hormones in Sprague-Dawley rats. Am J Chin Med. 36(5):849-59.

[5] Huang, B.-M., Hsiao, K.-Y., Chuang, P.-C., Wu, M.-H., Pan, H.-A., & Tsai, S.-J. (2004). Upregulation of Steroidogenic Enzymes and Ovarian 17β-Estradiol in Human Granulosa-Lutein Cells by Cordyceps sinensis Mycelium1. Biology of Reproduction, 70(5), 1358–1364.

[6Bai L, Tan C, Ren J, Liu J, Zou W, Liu G, Sheng Y. (2023). Cordyceps militaris acidic polysaccharides improve learning and memory impairment in mice with exercise fatigue through the PI3K/NRF2/HO-1 signalling pathway. Int J Biol Macromol. 227:158-172.

[7] Ji, D.-B., Ye, J., Li, C.-L., Wang, Y.-H., Zhao, J., & Cai, S.-Q. (2009). Antiaging effect of Cordyceps sinensis extract. Phytotherapy Research, 23(1), 116–122.

[8] De Silva, D. D., Rapior, S., Hyde, K. D., & Bahkali, A. H. (2012). Medicinal mushrooms in prevention and control of diabetes mellitus. Fungal Diversity, 56(1), 1–29.

[9] Hsu, C.-H., Sun, H.-L., Sheu, J.-N., Ku, M.-S., Hu, C.-M., Chan, Y., & Lue, K.-H. (2008). Effects of the Immunomodulatory Agent Cordyceps militaris on Airway Inflammation in a Mouse Asthma Model. Pediatrics & Neonatology, 49(5), 171–178.

[10]  He, M. T., Lee, A. Y., Park, C. H., & Cho, E. J. (2019). Protective effect of Cordyceps militaris against hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidative stress in vitro. Nutrition Research and Practice, 13(4), 279.

[11]  Guo, P., Kai, Q., Gao, J., Lian, Z., Wu, C., Wu, C., & Zhu, H. (2010). Cordycepin Prevents Hyperlipidemia in Hamsters Fed a High-Fat Diet via Activation of AMP-Activated Protein Kinase. Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 113(4), 395–403.

[12] Guo, P., Kai, Q., Gao, J., Lian, Z., Wu, C., Wu, C., & Zhu, H. (2010). Cordycepin Prevents Hyperlipidemia in Hamsters Fed a High-Fat Diet via Activation of AMP-Activated Protein Kinase. Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 113(4), 395–403.

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