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Cordyceps is used to strengthen the body and mind at a fundamental level. It is said to be able to increase the "primary motive force for life activities." It replenishes Yin Jing, restoring the deep energy expended as a result of excessive exertion, adapting to stress or from aging. Cordyceps is thus one of the primary herbal substances used in tonic herbalism as an anti-aging agent and for the purposes of rejuvenation. Cordyceps is widely use for the purposes of strengthening the primal kidney functions, which include sexual functions, brain power, structural integrity and healing ability. 100 capsules. Dosage: 2 to 3 capsules 3 times per day to start, or approx. 2 per day as a maintenance dose.


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Indications: Traditional Functions - Nourishes Jing (both Yin and Yang), strengthens the kidneys and lungs and tonifies Qi, relieves depression of Liver Qi


Ingredients: Cordyceps

(Item #H009) Our Price: $ 36.00



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Cordyceps  Dragon Herbs

$ 36.00

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