Cordyceps traditional application

Cordyceps sinensis is an excellent combination of insects and fungi in nature. For general drugs, only Yang is tonified, and Yin is single to Yin. The Cordyceps sinensis yin and yang are adjusted in both directions, and the lungs are used to supplement the yin, while the lower kidney is used to supplement the yang. Cordyceps has the unique use of yin and yang, and can be effective if applied alone. However, it is peaceful, and it is a drug that is less effective and more effective, or that it is a universal medicine and food. "Compendium of Compendium of Materia Medica" records: Cordyceps sinensis is warm, replenishes and replenishes its bone marrow, and this substance protects lung qi. To cure pain in waist and knees, it is not embarrassing to bury with saffron; cooking with male ducks is suitable for the elderly. "Compendium of Materia Medica" records: Cordyceps sinensis has the effects of protecting the lungs and nourishing the kidneys, stopping bleeding and reducing phlegm, and stopping coughing. It has wonderful effects on nourishing the lung and yin, tonifying the kidney and yang, relieving cough and reducing phlegm. A precious medicinal material for replenishing yin and yang.

Chinese medicine literature records the effect of Cordyceps sinensis

There is an old saying: "Prefer Cordyceps, not Jinyumantang." There are more than 200 medicinal books in China recording the efficacy and uses of Cordyceps sinensis. For hundreds of years, Cordyceps sinensis has been known worldwide for its unique efficacy of "yin and yang with tonic", its nutritional and medicinal value of "one-drug wide-effect" and "gold in medicine". Pu Songling in the Qing Dynasty once had a good reputation: "The name of Cordyceps sinensis is true, and change produces one breath. One thing can be planted at the same time, and the physics of the world is endless." Li Shizhen of the Ming Dynasty called it: "An elixir of life." Since 710 AD, ancient Chinese medical classics have recorded the efficacy of Cordyceps sinensis.

★ Moisturizing lung and kidney. -"Four Medical Books", 760 AD.
★ Yin-Yang regulation, Pei Yuan Guben, prolong life, and immortal medicine. -"Compendium of Materia Medica" of the Ming Dynasty, 1600 AD.
★ Treatment of hypothermia, hemoptysis, impotence nocturnal emission. -"Shou Shi Bao Yuan" in the Ming Dynasty, 1615 AD.
★ Protect lung and kidney, stop bleeding and phlegm, and relieve cough. -"Preparation of Materia Medica" in the Qing Dynasty, 1694 AD.
★ Protecting lung qi, realizing theories, nourishing kidney and replenishing essence. Indications: Lung deficiency, cough, cough, phlegm and blood, spontaneous sweating, night sweats, kidney deficiency, impotence, nocturnal emission, sore waist and knees. -Qing Dynasty "Compendium of Materia Medica", 1757 AD.
★ All say its Xingyang Wenshen. -"Materia Medica Justice" in the Qing Dynasty, 1828 AD.
★ It is suitable for the elderly to treat the deficiencies, and it is suitable for the elderly. It can be used for cooking with stewed vegetables or duck meat. -"Compendium of Compendium of Materia Medica" of the Qing Dynasty, 1765 AD.