All natural, organic Cordyceps from the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan
What is Cordyceps?
The rarest medicinal mushroom in the world ( Cordyceps sinensis), it is also known as caterpillar fungus and has a long history of use in folk medicine. Its high demand has made it very difficult to source.
WHY BHUTAN WILD CORDYCEPS
Bhutan Cordyceps (Yartsa Goenbub) is an annual harvest that matures between May to July of the year, It is harvested at altitudes ranging from 1600 to 2550 m above sea level. Every year, in late June, licensed Bhutanese farmers will ascend the Jigme Dorji National Park, which was established by the Royal Government of Bhutan in 1959 to harvest the cordyceps
Environmental condition determines the quality of the Cordyceps. Bhutan’s best wild Cordyceps are produced in naturally cold environments, particularly in the Eastern Himalayas. A cold mountain climate provides a stable environment for the Cordyceps growing, which is especially important during its rainy season, which lasts from October to March.
Benefits of cordyceps?
Bhutanese Cordyceps has a number of benefits for the immune system, respiratory system, central nervous system, and cognitive function. Bhutanese Cordyceps is also a natural stimulant that can help increase energy levels.
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