Cordyceps Sinensis Hyphas
(Tung Chung Shia Chao)
Meditalent Enterprises, LTD
Tien Jen Pharmaceutical Factory
500 MG – 90 Capsules
Cordyceps Sinensis is a famous and costly traditional Chinese medicine. It is created when a type of fungus parasitizes the larvae of the Chongcao Bat Moth and forms a fungus/larva composite body. The larva forms a cocoon in the winter and hibernates in the ground. Because the fruiting body of the fungus emerges from the head of the larva in the summertime and resembles a grass sprout, this medicine’s Chinese name means roughly “winter-insect, summer grass.” In recent years, medical researchers have conducted many studies of Cordyceps Sinensis, and some new discoveries have further expanded its scope as a curative agent.
More Info >>
Cordyceps Sinensis Hyphas – 100%
Relax the bronchia and strengthen the adrenal glands. Highly effective at replenishing the essence and strengthening the body. Reversing the toxic effects of various chemicals to the kidneys, enhancing lung functioning, bolstering the kidney’s yang energy, relieving cough, and lessening sputum.
Asthma, allergies, allergic rhinitis, poor renal function, renal injuries by chemicals, chronic bronchitis, coughing, poor resistance of respiratory tract, lowered immunity to flu, abnormal blood pressure, decreased sex drive, irregular menstruation, raised blood lipid levels, weakened immunity due to aging, Cordyceps Sinensis can also be used for coughing blood or bloody sputum that maybe caused by tuberculosis, coughing and difficult breathing, and cold or sudden sweating. Weak kidneys, weak lungs, poor vitality, impotence, aching back and knees, general debility caused by long-term illness.
Adults, take 2 capsules, 3 times a day
Children: Ages 2-4: 1 capsule, 2 times a day
Ages 5-7: 1 Capsule, 3 times a day
Ages 8-15: 2 capsules, 2 ttimes a day
Discount: $41.00 each if you buy 2 or more
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
Cordyceps Sinensis is a famous and costly traditional Chinese medicine. It is created when a type of fungus parasitizes the larvae of the Chongcao Bat Moth and forms a fungus/larva composite body. The larva forms a cocoon in the winter and hibernates in the ground. Because the fruiting body of the fungus emerges from the head of the larva in the summertime and resembles a grass sprout, this medicine’s Chinese name means roughly “winter-insect, summer grass.”
Cordyceps Sinensis is found on high mountain peaks over 3, 800 meters above sea level. It is mainly produced in China’s provinces of Sichuan, Qing-hai, Xizang, and Yunnan.
Practitioners of Chinese traditional medicine believe that Cordyceps Sinensis, having a sweetish taste and a warm character, enters through the kidney and lung channels enhancing lung functioning, bolstering the kidneys’ yang energy, increasing essence, relieving coughing, and lessening sputum. Chemical analysis has revealed that Cordyceps Sinensis contains protein, fats, vitamin B12, cordycepicacid, and ergosterol. Clinically it is used to treat the weakness of kidneys and lungs, poor vitality, impotence, asthma, aching back and knees, and general debility caused by long-term illness.
Cordyceps Sinensis can also be used as a treatment for coughing blood or bloody sputum that maybe caused by tuberculosis, coughing and difficult breathing, and cold or sudden sweating. Modern medical research has revealed that the codycepicacid in Cordyceps Sinensis can relax the bronchia and strengthen the adrenal glands. It is recorded in the “Historical Annals of Szechuan” that Cordyceps Sinensis is classified as a warm tonic agent, and is highly effective at replenishing the essence and strengthening the body.
In recent years, medical researchers have conducted many studies of Cordyceps Sinensis, and some new discoveries have further expanded its scope as a curative agent.
Everyone knows that kanamycin and gentamicin are commonly-used antibiotics that have a wide range of clinical application. However, their fatal weakness is that they have toxic side effects to the kidneys. In severe cases, acute kidney failure can lead to death. Therefore, these antibiotics are termed “renal toxic antibiotics.” Last year, the prominent kidney specialist, Professor Li Shuo-shin, discovered that Cordyceps Sinensis can prevent the kidney damage caused by antibiotics and other drugs without blocking their antibiotic effect. This result provides a new safeguard measure to accompany the use of renal toxic antibiotics.
Hepatitis B is a grave threat to human health. It is estimated that 10% of the population in China is infected with hepatitis B, which implies that over 100 million people are either suffering from hepatitis B or carry the hepatitis B virus. At present, Western and Chinese medicine offer several dozen methods of treating hepatitis B, but no one method is satisfactorily effective. Even very costly interferons can deliver effectiveness no greater than 25-50%, and do little to prevent recurrence. Under the guidance of professor Xiao Sudong, graduate student Wang Changcheng of the Shanghai Research Institute for Digestive Disorders performed research on hepatitis B viruses carrying surface molecules from peripheral blood lymphocytes, and the effect of Cordyceps Sinensis on hepatitis B viruses carrying surface molecules from peripheral blood lymphocytes, and the effect of lipopolysaccharides contained in Cordyceps Sinensis on the cellular immune function of patients with chronic hepatitis B. The results of this research proves that Cordyceps Sinensis is able to enhance the cellular immune function and that lipopolysaccharides contained in Cordyceps Sinensis are even more effective in this regard. Because these lipopolysaccharides are able to affect greater than 53.5% of the negative conversion of HBeAg, 68.4% of the short-term negative conversion of hepatic B DNA, they may be able to replace interferons as a hepatitis B treatment.
Research conducted in Beijing has shown that most cases of cirrhosis of the liver occur in persons who are suffering from chronic hepatitis B. Depending on the degree of advancement of the hepatitis B and the pathological changes that have occurred in the liver, cirrhosis may gradually appear in many cases.
Cordyceps Sinensis and other Chinese traditional herbs can effectively arrest liver cirrhosis and can even reverse the progression of early-stage cirrhosis.
Researcher Lin Ching-yuan of the Research Department of Veterans General Hospital in Taipei has announced that he has isolated an active component of Cordyceps Sinensis that can stop the progression of immunoglobulin nephritis. Immunoglobulin A nephritis in Asia, and currently lacks an effective means of treatment. 20% of those suffering from this condition die of kidney failure. Cordyceps Sinensis can stop this condition from worsening, and clinical trials have shown that it can also alleviate hematuria, albumimuria and edema.
Superior to the original Cordyceps Sinensis
Cordyceps Sinensis is a well known and important ingredient in Chinese Medicine and it is very widely used both in clinical medicine and as a household remedy. In the Compedium of Materia Medica, the great classic of Chinese medicine, Cordyceps is described in detail and is considered potent at strengthening lungs and kidneys, increasing energy and vitality, stopping hemorrhaging, decreasing phlegm, and as an overall tonic. After 20 years of study, the central pharmaceutical research unit of China has refined Cordyceps Sinensis Hyphas, the most effective component of Cordyceps Sinensis, using the most advanced scientific methods to provide the market with a homogenous, highly effective quality Chinese medicine that meets the requirements of modern pharmaceutical practice. Scientists have managed to remove the toxins of As and Pb which are normally found in the Cordyceps Sinensis herb. Over the course of ten years, Cordyceps Sinensis Hyphas has proved itself superior to the original Cordyceps Sinensis in tens of thousands of clinical tests carried out at several dozen central-grade schools in both Western and Chinese medical institutions.
Regular, dry and warm
Cordyceps Sinenesis Hyphas consists of a brown, high molecular weight powder with a mildly bitter flavor and a unique strong fragrance.
Please store this product in a cool, dark place. Be careful as it can absorb moisture easily.
Indications of Health Efficacies of Cordyceps Sinensis are obvious in:
• Asthma, Allergic rhinitis
• Poor renal function, renal injuries by chemicals
• Chronic bronchitis, coughing
• Poor resistance of respiratory tract, and lowered immunity to flu
• Abnormal blood pressure
• Decreased sex drive, irregular menstruation
• Raised blood lipid levels
• Weakened immunity due to aging
• Excellent for patients with Immunity Deficiencies such as dialysis, septicaemia, and so on.
Cordyceps Sinensis is certified by modern medicine and is proven effective against asthma in both the young and the old, reversing the toxic effects of various chemicals to the kidneys, strengthening the body’s immunity.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.