This discovery could accelerate development of non-hallucinogenic, easy-to-use treatments for mental wellness conditions. Cordycell has legal microdose potential. It activates the 5-HT receptors associated with depression. A 2014 medical study showed that the active compound in Cordycell known as cordycepin has antidepressant-like effects in a mice model of chronic unpredictable mild depression.
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There are more than 680 species of the cordyceps mushroom
and the two species of cordyceps most widely used and valued are C.sinensis and C.militaris. C.sinensis, also known as Caterpillar Fungus, grows naturally in the wild in high altitude mountainous regions of Nepal, India, Bhutan, and Tibet and has a centuries-long history of being used as top Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) by Emperors. C.militaris is the most successful commercially cultivated cordyceps species in an artificial environment, but does not offer the powerful healing and medicinal benefits of C.sinensis. Although C.sinensis may be the most famous and expensive fungus (fetching anywhere between USD $20,000 and $50,000 per kilogram), it is extremely rare and could not be easily grown even in a laboratory - until now.
In the 1950s, Penn State discovered the genetics from a rare strain of cordyceps that traces back to the mushrooms that grow naturally in the Himalayan mountains. Verified with DNA sequencing to confirm its heirloom lineage. Nothing on the market sequences back to this rare strain. This is the purebred species of the Himalayan cordyceps mushroom.
After two years of trial and error to develop an ‘algorithm’ to grow this rare strain sustainably, without the harsh and high altitude conditions, and a moth insect host as a food source a breakthrough was made. By wrapping Mother Nature in a steel vat to create ideal conditions for this rare compound to develop.
We are finding ways to harness the unique compounds inside of mushrooms supported by clinical evidence with the end goal of providing consumers familiar and accessible ways to consume. Think hot beverages, convenient capsules, tinctures, and enjoyable gummies.
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