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CORDICEPS MILITARIS — used in traditional medicine for many centuries. It can be used to strengthen the immune system, improve physical endurance, fight fatigue and stress, and improve digestion. Cordyceps also contains antioxidants that can protect the body.

Cordyceps is a mushroom that has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years.

Military cordyceps - has absolutely unique properties - the ability to heal wounds and heal many diseases. Oriental medicine, by analogy with folk sources, often refers to military cordyceps as turrobium and military sour. The mushroom is quite rare for mushroom pickers, and even those who saw the military cordyceps in the forest in most cases leave it in place, not even imagining what prize they missed.

The recommended daily dosage is 1-2g (or 2-4 capsules if you have capsules) of the mushroom. It is better to drink before or after meals, you can drink warm water. The method of brewing the mushroom as tea is also common (possible in a thermos).

  1. Healing qualities of military Cordyceps
  2. Appearance of military cordyceps
  3. The area where the fungus grows
  4. Distinctive features of cordyceps militaris
  5. Summing up

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Healing qualities of military Cordyceps

A natural antibiotic given to us by nature itself - cordycepin - is the main active substance of the fungus. It is he who is the most important tool of military cordyceps in the fight against oncological neoplasms. In addition, the fungus can significantly stop the development and activity of the hepatitis virus, HIV and many other infections that are fatal to the human body. Unfortunately, the military cannot completely destroy the dangerous cordyceps viruses, but who knows, perhaps in the near future scientists will be able to isolate such “killer” active elements in the fungus.

Contained in the military cordyceps and a special type of acid, which has the ability to reduce the level of bad cholesterol in the human body. It also normalizes intracranial pressure, thus preventing blockage of blood vessels. Dietary supplements containing military cordyceps,
help fight the following diseases:
  • skin pathologies;
  • bronchial asthma;
  • pneumonia of various etiologies;
  • tuberculosis;
  • pyelonephritis;
  • cystitis;
  • tumor neoplasms of various origins;
  • cystitis.
Capable cordyceps military and stop uterine bleeding, thus improving the health of women with gynecological diseases.
The dosage of military cordyceps recommended by representatives of official medicine should not exceed 3 to 5 grams. Tinctures containing military cordyceps mycelium powder have an exclusively healing effect. They are recommended for use by patients diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver or serious eating disorders. The dosage for this treatment is 200 ml of tincture per day. In order to prepare a healing decoction, you need to dilute cordyceps powder in warm water and leave the mixture to infuse for twelve hours. It is best to take the tincture half an hour before a meal or immediately after a meal.
Note! If you experience nausea, dry mouth, bloating, or diarrhea when you use Cordyceps tincture for the first time, stop taking the drug immediately and contact your doctor!

Distinctive features of cordyceps military

When collecting military cordyceps on your own, special care should be taken. Due to the fact that the mushroom can be easily confused with its very poisonous compatriots, there is a high probability of making a mistake and, accordingly, getting severe poisoning. So, with what poisonous "relatives" can military cordyceps be confused:
One-sided cordyceps - a yellow mushroom parasitizes on the bodies of dead beetles, which, by the way, are also poisonous. It can be distinguished from military cordyceps by the presence of a cap that grows directly from the body of the host beetle. From each dead beetle, only one hat sprouts, it has no "brothers".

Ophioglossoid cordyceps - the pulp of military turrobium becomes black after being cut. This makes the mushroom very similar to the poisonous black mycelium of a dangerous mushroom. It differs from the edible variety in its truffle type and in that it develops exclusively on caterpillar larvae.
Parasitic cordyceps with gray-ash mycelium. This mushroom is not edible and, accordingly, has no benefit to the human body. Reaching 3,5 cm in height, the fungus begins its development both on pupae and on larvae of any, without exception, insects. Outwardly, it resembles a short process - fingers. Their color is black, and the hat is grayish.

Important! Never start looking for military cordyceps if you are not 100% sure what exactly this fungus looks like and how to distinguish it from its poisonous counterparts!

Appearance of military cordyceps

Military cordyceps is one of the spore varieties of parasitic organisms, in our case - fungi. The leg of the mycelium of the military cordyceps has a cylindrical shape and resembles a process of white or, conversely, bright orange. Cordyceps do not have a hat. The color of the fungus largely depends on where exactly it lives and on which insects it parasitizes. The mushroom is small in size, in the standard it is from 2 to 8 mm, but it is very, very rare to find an eight-centimeter military cordyceps. The fruiting body has a bubbly or tuberous structure.
The cut pulp of the military cordyceps is interesting with a fibrous pulp of a whitish hue. The smell and taste are inconspicuous. The fungus reproduces by spores. Their shape is filiform, cloisonne. Mature spores break up into small cylinders.
Note! Official medicine has already proven that capsules containing military cordieps have obvious properties for the treatment of many diseases. But, you should start using the drug only after prior consultation with your doctor.

In many ways, the healing properties of military cordyceps can be explained by its unique chemical composition.
The mushroom contains:
  • amino acids and enzymes;
  • coenzymes;
  • antioxidants;
  • vitamins of groups B, C, PP, K, E;
  • calcium;
  • iron;
  • magnesium.
The fact that the mushroom can still be eaten and, accordingly, it is not poisonous can be explained by the fact that tyrizinase, which is dangerous for the human body, is completely absent in its composition.

Summing up

The healing properties of military cordyceps help even seriously ill patients. The benefits of the mushroom in the treatment are obvious. However, taking into account the fact that the properties of a unique mushroom have not yet been studied 100%, the use of biologically active additives with its content should be treated with the utmost care and in no case should the need for prior consultation with the attending physician be ignored.
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