Cordyceps: the 4 things it WON'T do!

by Mason Taylor September 02, 2019 2 mins read

Cordyceps: the 4 things it WON'T do!

We're loving hard on cordyceps and its epic health benefits it can have for us. Today we have a little fun... read on to see four things that cordy *won't* do for you...

If you wanna get up to speed on all things cordy, before you dive into today, then give these a go:

So now, after reading up on the origin story of cordy and his devious relatives the, I bet you’re now itching to explore what he’s actually capable of doing… And trust me - he packs quite a punch.

But I thought we could do things a bit differently today! Why not look at four things that cordy absolutely, 100% will NOT do for you?

Let’s dive in:

  1. Lifting your weights or doing your 40th rep on the reformer machine
    Cordy will not lift weights for you in the gym (duh). But... throwing ¼ to ½ teaspoon of cordy into your pre-workout regime might turn your workout session into a breeze.

    Imagine your body firing on all cylinders: increased focus, a subtle boost in strength and endurance. This one's for you, nature-inspired lifter/curler/cruncher/yogi.
  2. Finding your life partner, your soulmate
    If you’re looking for that life partner, cordy will not approach him or her for you. He also won’t introduce you to that special someone... However: cordy may increase your health and workout efforts so effectively that your chances of attracting a partner could be massively improved - simply by your outstanding physique and your increased Jing ;) (and if you wanna read more about how to cultivate your Jing essence, check out our article here)

    (Plus: once you’ve found her or him, cordy has the unique ability to improve libido and sexual functions - sounds like an awesome recipe for success to me)
  3. Increasing your lung capacity
    Cordy can’t increase your lung capacity (specific exercises, breathing techniques and elevation training will help you with that).

    BUT... it just may improve your blood’s ability to absorb and transport oxygen. This means you basically get MORE oxygen out of the SAME amount of air. Pretty cool, right?

    So if you’re finding yourself short-breathed at times - or even suffering from asthma - cordy *may* just be your new best friend.
  4. Curing you instantly
    Cordy won’t cure your migraines, flus or runny noses (sorry, you’ll have to get through those yourself).

    What it may do, though, is prevent your next illness with a boost in immune response... or drastically speed up your recovery time should you fall ill. Imagine your flu not chaining you to your couch for a full week. Your achy joints, weak muscles, brain fog - it could all be gone after only a couple of days…

How do you like the sound of that?!
If you want to find out more about cordyceps, head on over to our dedicated cordyceps page here and check out some of the reviews. We've also got a comprehensive overview of The Amazing Benefits of Cordyceps Mushroom. You won't be disappointed welcoming this magical and very powerful tonic herb into your life.



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