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Benefits Of Cordyceps For Athletes

Along with its long history in traditional Chinese and Tibetan medicine, cordyceps have maintained their status as a go-to for athletes. In fact, there is a story involving the  Chinese running team  that quickly became the stuff of legend back in the early 1990s. That's when the Chinese Olympic women’s running team won multiple competitions and broke three world records. While they attributed their incredible athletic performance to cordyceps, their claims were tarnished years later when their coach  Ma Junren  was fired after six of his other athletes failed drug tests. Still, the performance-enhancing effects and health benefits of cordyceps supplements should not be dismissed. While more clinical trials are needed, much of the available research shows promising results. A double-blind study on healthy elderly adults demonstrated that ingesting Cs-4 (a synthetic strain of Cordyceps sinensis) improved exercise performance and contributed to overall wellness. ( 3 ) Furthermo

What Is Cordyceps Mushroom

While its origins might make you cringe, cordyceps are nevertheless becoming a major player for athletes. Often referred to as "caterpillar fungus," cordyceps grow on the larvae of insects (sometimes caterpillars) and replace the host's tissue to sprout long, finger-like stems. Strange as that is, cordyceps have been part of Traditional Chinese Medicine—ancient practices from China that use herbal medicines and various mind-body techniques, such as acupuncture and tai chi—to treat illnesses ranging from fatigue to high cholesterol and more. ( 2 ) Today, as people in the West have become more informed about using food as medicine and the potential health benefits of addressing ailments with non-pharmaceutical sources, it's no wonder that consumption of cordyceps extracts is on the rise. Some of the primary health issues that cordyceps address include: Energy levels Endurance Inflammation Sexual function Kidney disease Immune system Heart health As

Mushrooms and antioxident properties

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Hen-of-the-woods-Grifola frondosa

Hen-of-the-woods Grifola frondosa , commonly known as hen-of-the-woods or maitake, is an edible mushroom that’s a favorite of mushroom hunters. Growth Hen-of-the-woods is a polypore — a type of fungus that has small pores covering its underside. They grow on the bases of trees in shelf-like clusters, favoring hardwoods like oak. These clusters resemble the tail feathers of a sitting hen — hence the name “hen-of-the-woods.” Several hen-of-the-woods may grow on a single tree ( 1 ). This mushroom is native to China but also grows in Japan and North America, especially the northeastern United States. It’s a perennial mushroom and often grows in the same spot for many years. Identification Hen-of-the-woods are grayish-brown in color, while the underside of the caps and branch-like stalk are white, though coloring can vary. These mushrooms are most commonly found in the fall, but they can be found less frequently in the summer months as well. Hen-of-the-woods can grow