Endurance, regeneration, respiratory, athletic, and geriatric support
Item Code: 1860
Quantity: 60 tablets, $22.90 wholesale
Cordyceps, the main ingredient in Ming Gold, has been used for thousands of years by the Chinese. It is one of their most active medicinal plants. The reason for its notoriety is due mostly to its use by the Chinese athletes. Thanks to the success of the Chinese athletes,
Cordyceps is one of the most talked about and sought after herbal
products. Its proper name is Cordyceps sinensis and is used to promote longevity and endurance. The original form of Cordyceps was derived from a fungus grown on the outer body of a caterpillar. Thanks to increased technology it is now grown in cultures without the use of the caterpillar. This has made Cordyceps affordable for most people where it was once too costly.
Cordyceps sinensis, along with the other ingredients in Ming Gold make a powerful endurance and strength enhancing product. With the synergistic effects of these ingredients, professional and Olympic athletes will benefit as well as recreational athletes.
Shiitake (Lentinus edodes) being another of the main ingredients in Ming Gold, supplies 18 amino acids including seven of the eight essential amino acids. In its dried form, shiitake is one of the few foods that contains high levels of Vitamin D. It is also highly concentrated in B
vitamins, particularly B1, B2, and niacin. Shiitake mushrooms also
contain over thirty different enzymes. Significant research has focused
on shiitake and its high content of complex polysaccharides. Several of
these polysaccharides have potential supportive anti?tumor, immune
potentiating and interferon stimulating activity (Cancer research 30,
1970; NCCRI, Japan).
The third main ingredient in Ming Gold is Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum). It has been known in the Orient as a tonic herb. Long?term use of Reishi can potentially promote deep, slow waved sleep in insomniacs. Reishi contains over 100 Ganoderic acids (triterpenes). Research in Japan, China, and Russia has demonstrated supportive circulatory system benefits. Reishi also shows potential effects on severe liver problems.
Ginger Powder (Zingiberis rhizoma) is traditionally used to assist
dyspepsia and contribute to the prevention of motion sickness. It
assists in actions such as antiemetic, positively inotropic, promotes
secretion of saliva and gastric juices, cholagogue and in animals as an
antispasmodic. In humans it may increase tone and peristalsis in
INDICATIONS AND USAGE:
Supports deficient kidneys manifested as soreness and pain in the lower back and knees. The herb can also assist for chronic cough and asthma or cough with bloody sputum due to lung deficiency.
Take one to three tablets morning and night. If involved in intensive
athletic or exercise programs, more can be taken.
CONTRAINDICATIONS AND WARNINGS:
Because of the inhibiting effect of Cordyceps on blood aggregation, some anticoagulant and heart drugs may be a poor combination. Those using epinephrine bronchiodilators may find that Cordyceps increases the effects of the medication because Cordyceps has a relaxing effect on the airways. For that reason, please consult your physician before taking any supplement product, especially in you have a medical problem.
Ginger is contraindicated with gallstones, and is only to be used after
consultation with a physician.
Do not administer Ginger for morning sickness during pregnancy. However, there is no evidence that ginger causes harm to the mother or fetus.
This product is not intended for children. It has been formulated for
mature adults only.
Pregnant or nursing women are not advised to take this or any other
As with any nutritional supplement it is advised to consult a physician
about your personal needs.
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