Sunday, December 26, 2010


Cordyceps sinensis is a fancy name for a particular mushroom that has been used for a very long time in Traditional Chinese and Tibetan Medicine and has a reputation even in Western medicine.  This medicinal mushroom is highly prized as a treatment for everything from fatigue to cancer, treating high cholesterol to ringing in the ears.  This little mushroom has been extensively tested and found to enhance stamina, possibly by promoting a more efficient use of oxygen and enhancing cardiovascular health.

For thousands of years, Panax Ginseng has been a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine as a treatment for a variety of ailments ranging from anxiety to diabetes to heart and lung conditions to the cold and flu, for brightening the eyes and enlightening the mind.  Panax Ginseng is said to promote energy, improve circulation, increase blood supply, revitalize, stimulate the body and aids in recovery.  Ginseng is an adaptogen - it increases the body's ability to tolerate stressful situations of all types.  It is commonly taken to increase energy, enhance physical performance and to prolong life.

Green Tea has been a medicinal tea in the Orient for thousands of years.  Green tea is both a stimulant and an antioxidant with a diversity of healing applications.  Used as treatments for asthma, heart disease, cancers, cirrhosis of the liver, diabetes, ear infections and the flu as well as a treatment for the herpes virus infections, eczema and even wrinkles, Green Tea has shown it's variety of benefits beyond simply increasing energy.  There are individuals who should not take Green Tea because it can counteract certain prescription medications so be sure to check with your physician before taking any products containing Green Tea.

Three CorEnergy capsules provide herbal adaptogens and antioxidant phytonutrients that support the body's own ability to maintain energy and enhance stamina.  CorEnergy is certified Gluten Free and comes in a certified Kosher formula too. 

Pharmaceutical Mushrooms
Green Tea

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