THESE ARE THE MUSHROOMS USED IN IMMORTAL 4 ELIXIR....
One of the many benefits of Cordyceps is the fact that it dilates the lung’s airways, providing more oxygen to the blood.
Every cell is enriched by this process, enhancing energy levels and causing the body’s cells to work better.
It has been shown to improve the functioning of the respiratory system and is beneficial for people suffering from cough, asthma and bronchitis due to it’s anti-inflammatory properties and it’s action of relaxing the bronchial walls.
It has been used in the past to strengthen the immune system by increasing the amount of the body’s natural killer cells. These defend the body against bacteria and viruses. It benefits the entire vascular system by regulating blood pressure, strengthening the muscles of the heart and improving circulation.
It protects the kidney and liver by improving blood flow to these two organs and others. This helps them to better defend against diseases such as Hepatitis.
This herb is very popular with athletes as it can help build muscle and improve performance. The Chinese Olympic athletes are known to consume it while training and competing. It is said to noticeably increase the physical strength and stamina of anyone who consumes it.
Since this herb contains powerful antioxidants, it is often taken for it’s anti-aging properties. It also has sedative properties and can help promote deeper sleep.
If you are over 30, you'll want to use this IMMORTAL 4 SUPERTONIC... Then you'll be able to run circles around people your own age!
READ FOR MORE INFO-Cordyceps,Reishi,Lionsmane & Chaga Mushroom Benefits & Uses...
MORE ON....Cordyceps Mushroom:
Lower bad (LDL) cholesterol and raise good (HDL) cholesterol level
As a general wellbeing tonic
Increase athletic performance
Increase strength and stamina
Increase blood circulation
Protect the liver and kidneys
Enhance the working of the immune system
Treat respiratory problems
Dilate the lung’s airways providing increased oxygen to the blood
Enhance energy levels
Treat asthma, bronchitis and cough
Increase the body’s natural killer cells
Regulate blood pressure
Help build lean muscle
As a powerful antioxidant
Help promote deeper sleep
Treat fatigue and weakness
As an aphrodisiac
treat erectile dysfunction and impotence
Treat shortness of breath
Enhance the immune system
Treat high blood pressure
Improve blood circulation
Treat bronchitis and asthma
Remove toxic matter from the body
Help calm the mind
Prevent and treat cancer
Treat cardiovascular disease
Protect against heart disease
Protect against infectious disease
Offer relief as a powerful antihistamine
Improve memory, concentration and focus
Lion’s Mane Mushroom:
Strengthen immune system
Improve cognitive function
Treat high cholesterol
Stimulate synthesis of (NGF) Nerve Growth Factor
For antioxidant effect
Regulate blood pressure
Treat Parkinson’s disease
Rejuvenate nerve growth
Promote a healthy digestive system
Regulate blood sugar levels
Treat Alzheimer’s disease
Eliminate toxins in the body
Protect nervous system
And then my FAVORITE....The CHAGA Mushroom...
Research has shown cancer cell division to be decreased by some of the active
compounds of the Chaga Mushroom.
Other researchers have found chaga extract to be potently anti-viral. Two studies in 1996 found it to have an inhibitory effect on both influenza and HIV. Perhaps it does so by helping to stimulate the body's natural immune functions, something that was first confirmed in 2002 and then again in 2005, and which may also help explain the historical use of chaga mushroom as an anti-inflammatory.
Furthermore, grain ethanol extracts of chaga mushroom (like Immortals 4 Elixir) have been found to lower blood sugar levels. Chaga also demonstrates significant antioxidant properties that help protect the genetic integrity of the cells.
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