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mycoformulas endurance mushroomsMedicinal mushrooms are making waves in the nutraceutical and fitness market with their amazing therapeutic benefits.

Mushrooms have been used in Asia, India and even Europe for 1,000’s of year as a natural healing remedy. Mushrooms are great for your health but to enjoy their true therapeutic value you need to consume them in controlled daily doses.

Mushroom supplements are being used to prevent and even treat many medical conditions. Mushrooms are a powerful anti-oxidant and have strong anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-cancerous properties. The therapeutic use of mushrooms is now backed by clinical research for illness control including blood pressure, cholesterol, heart disease, kidney disease, liver disease, respiratory disease and wait for it, wait for it….. low sperm count, male sexual dysfunction, stamina and endurance!

Have we got your attention yet? Bet you’re interested to read more now, huh?!

Mushroom supplements are considered part of the nutraceutical market. They are not just natural remedies and not just pharma, they are a combination of the two that is backed by medical research. There are many types of mushrooms out there (over 250 actually) and each one looks different, tastes different and has different therapeutic properties. The one we are most interested in is called Cordyceps, followed closely by Reishi and Chaga. That’s because these mushrooms have the most therapeutic effect on blood flow, sexual health, immune defense, energy, longevity and detoxification.

Now, let’s talk about the amazing affects that mushroom supplements can have on your health. There seems to be no end to the health benefits of specific types of mushrooms. The most popular therapeutic mushrooms are called Coriolus versicolor (Turkey Tails), Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi), Polyporus umbellatus (Zhu Ling), Hericium erinaceus (Lion’s Mane), Lentinula Edodes (Shiitake), Grifola Frondosa (Maitake), Inonotus obliquus (Chaga) and Cordyceps sinensis (Cordyceps). Each of these types of mushrooms have slightly different therapeutic and health benefits.

More and more medical research is being done into the health benefits of using mushroom dietary supplements so if you are looking for a natural-like alternative to improve your quality of life then these could be a winner for you.

In fact, we are so excited by the health benefits of these particular mushrooms that we have decided to partner with Mycoformulas to bring you a Mushroom blend designed specifically for Libido, Endurance and Stamina. Something close to our hearts.

The Endurance formula combines 3 mushrooms Cordyceps (600mg), Reishi (300mg) and Chaga (100mg). The combination of these medicinal mushrooms and the dosage strength lends itself to supporting an active lifestyle, promoting sexual function and increasing energy levels. It is also a good combination of medicinal mushrooms to enhance respiratory function and improve general stamina.

Let’s talk about Reishi and Chaga mushrooms and then we’ll fill you in on the real deal, Cordyceps.

Reishi mushrooms are known as the mushroom of immortality for a reason! They are a super medicinal mushroom that boosts the immune system, increases energy levels, has neuroprotective properties and fights viral infections like the flu. It’s also beneficial in treating respiratory issues like asthma and bronchitis, high blood pressure, kidney disease, liver disease and Chronic fatigue syndrome, not to mention preventing and fighting some forms of cancer.

Chaga mushrooms also support the immune system encouraging longevity and is good at preventing and stabilizing blood pressure and cholesterol. It’s also a high anti-oxidant that cleanses the body and soothes pain and neuropathy. Like Reishi mushrooms they also have strong anti-cancer properties. The most significant difference is its anti-bacterial ability to help gastric ulcers and improve gastrointestinal health.

Now on to Cordyceps, the mushroom of love and increased energy. This wonder mushroom has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries. Like other mushrooms it’s great for strengthening the immune system and fighting respiratory infections like coughs and colds but the real therapeutic benefit of it revolves around sexual dysfunction, improving sperm count and fighting fatigue.

  • Enhances stamina – The revitalizing and energy boosting properties of the Cordyceps mushroom means it’s great for reducing fatigue, increasing energy levels and enhancing stamina.
  • Promotes longevity – along with improving the immune system and increasing energy levels, the Cordyceps mushroom helps to promote a longer more active life.
  • Sexual dysfunction – The Cordyceps mushroom helps blood flow and male sexual dysfunction. It has also been proven in recent studies to increase sperm count so if you are trying to conceive then it could be beneficial to you. It’s somewhat of an aphrodisiac that generally revitalizes the sex glands and improves levels of libido.
  • General health – like many other mushroom species Cordyceps helps control blood pressure, cholesterol levels, fights liver and kidney disease and respiratory disease.

Taken daily the Mycoformulas Endurance mushroom supplement can be used alongside other treatments to help improve libido, energy, endurance and sexual dysfunction in men.

Here are some links to libido related studies if you want to read up a little more on the proven effects of Cordycps mushroom on libido and endurance.
//www.alohamedicinals.com/cordy_IJMM_hybrid_article.pdf
//www.researchgate.net/publication/11641961_Effects_of_Cordyceps_sinensis

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