Cordyceps Extract

Product Name:Cordyceps Extract/Cordyceps Militaris Extract

Latin Name:Ophiocordyceps sinensis

Part Used:Sporocarp

Specifications:40%Cordyceptic Acid cordyceps polysaccharide30% CordycepsSinensis Polysaccharide30% 50% Cordyceps polysaccharide 30%~50%

Appearance:Brown Yellow Powder

Test Method:HPLC/ UV / TLC

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Product Details

Cordyceps sinensis has been described as a medicine in old Chinese medical books and Tibetan medicine. It is a rare combination of a caterpillar and a fungus and found at altitudes above 4500m in Sikkim. Traditional healers and local people of North Sikkim recommend the mushroom, i.e., Yarsa gumba, Keera jhar (C. sinensis) for all diseases either as a single drug or combined with other herbs. The present study was undertaken to collect information regarding the traditional uses of cordyceps in Sikkim. It was found that most local folk healers/traditional healers use cordyceps for the treatment of 21 ailments. A modern literature search was carried out to assess whether the curative effects are valid or just blind faith of local people. Chemical constituents of cordyceps are given and pharmacological and biological studies reviewed. More mechanism-based and disease-oriented clinical studies are recommended.

Product Name:

Cordyceps Extract/Cordyceps Militaris Extract

MOQ:

1KG

Latin Name:

Ophiocordyceps sinensis

Shelf life:   

2 Years When Stored Properly

Part Used:

Sporocarp

Certificate:

ISO,HACCP,HALAL,KOSHER

Specifications:

40%Cordyceptic Acid

cordyceps polysaccharide30%  

CordycepsSinensis Polysaccharide30% 50%

Cordyceps polysaccharide 30%~50%

Package:

Drum,PlasticContainer, Vacuum

Appearance:

Brown Yellow Powder

Payment Terms:

TT, L/C , O/A , D/P

Test Method :

 HPLC/ UV / TLC

Incotem:

FOB,CIF,FCA

 

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Main Function of Cordyceps Sinensis Extract 

1.Kidney damage caused by the drug amikracin. Early research shows that using cordyceps with the drug amikracin might reduce kidney damage caused by the drug in older people. 

2.Asthma. Early research suggests that taking cordyceps alone can reduce asthma symptoms in adults. However, other early research suggests that taking cordyceps along with other herbs for 6 months does not reduce the need for medication or improve asthma symptoms in children. 

3.Chemotherapy. Early evidence shows that taking cordyceps by mouth during or after chemotherapy might improve quality of life and improve tolerance to the treatments. 

4.Chronic kidney disease (CKD). Early research suggests that taking cordyceps along with standard therapy for chronic kidney disease may improve kidney function. However, most of these studies are low quality and were conducted for only 6 months or less.

5.Kidney damage caused by contrast dyes (Contrast induced nephropathy).Some early research shows that taking cordyceps while undergoing an exam using contrast dye reduces the chance of kidney damage caused by the dye. But other early research shows no benefit. 

6.Kidney damage caused by the drug cyclosporine. There is early evidence that taking cordyceps with cyclosporine can reduce kidney damage caused by cyclosporine in people with kidney transplants. 

7.Hepatitis B. Early evidence shows that taking cordyceps by mouth might improve liver function in people with hepatitis B. However, cordyceps seems to be less effective than astragalus and polygonum (fo-ti).

8.Sexual desire. Early research suggests that taking a specific cordyceps product (CordyMax Cs-4) daily for 40 days can improve sex drive in people with low sex drive. 

9. Kidney transplant. Early research shows that taking cordyceps along with conventional treatments does not improve 1-year survival, prevent transplant rejection, or reduce the risk of infection in people who received a kidney transplant. However, taking cordyceps might reduce the amount of conventional treatment that is needed. It might also reduce the risk of chronic allograft nephropathy, which is the leading cause of kidney transplant failure.

 

Certificate of Analysis

Product Name

Cordyceps Sinensis Extract

Manufacture Date

2017/06/17

Latin Name

Ophiocordyceps sinensis

Report Date

2017/06/25

Batch Quantity

300Kg

Sampling Date

2017/06/18

Batch Number

HK170617

Expiry Date

2019/06/16

Item  

Specification

Results  

Methods

Assay(on dry basis)

Polysaccharide ≥ 30%

33.50%

UV

Appearance & Color

Yellow Brown Fine Powder

Conform

GB5492-85

Odor & Taste  

Characteristic

Conform

GB5492-85

Part Used

Sporocarp

Conform

/

Extract Solvent

Water

Conform

/

Mesh Size

95% Through 80 Mesh

Conform

GB5507-85

Moisture

≤5.0%

3.64%

GB/T5009.3

Ash Content  

≤5.0%

2.48%

GB/T5009.4

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