SporeShore Cordyceps Mushroom Extract Tincture
SporeShore Cordyceps Mushroom Extract Tincture is made right here in Northern Ireland, UK. It’s been used by the ancients in Chinese Medicine for its energy and stamina boosting properties. It is thought compounds in Cordyceps can increase the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) which helps deliver energy to your muscles.
In addition to its energy boosting benefits, Cordyceps contains many other beneficial compounds. For example cordycepin acid, ergosterol among others. It also contains antioxidants, anti-inflammatories and antiviral compounds. Moreover it helps to maintain a healthy blood sugar level.
Cordyceps Mushroom UK Tincture
To make this mushroom tincture SporeShore use Cordyceps Militaris. They combine both alcohol and hot water extract to produce a potent dual extract tincture. This method ensures the bioactive compounds, beta glucans and triterpenes are present in the extract. This means a more potent extract with the full spectrum of beneficial Cordyceps compounds.
Created on the Gold Coast of Northern Ireland
To maximise the potency of the Cordyceps mushroom extract SporeShore use the an alcohol and water dual extraction (40% alcohol to 60% water). This draws the beneficial beta glucans and triterpenes into the tincture. Moreover it fully utilises the medicinal constituents of the Cordyceps mushroom. This means you get the full spectrum of beneficial compounds in each and every serving.
Cordyceps Mushroom Extract Product Details
- Cordyceps Mushroom Tincture
- Dual Extracted for maximum potency
- 40% Ethanol / 60% Distilled Water
- Volume: 25ml
- Gluten free
- Suitable for vegans
- Made locally in County Down, Northern Ireland by SporeShore
How to use Cordyceps Mushroom UK
Cordyceps Mushroom UK tinctures are to be used as a dietary supplement and taken 1-2 times daily as required. Use 10 to 20 drops at a time. You can also take tinctures directly from the bottle or add it to tea, coffee, juice, or water. We recommend dropping it into some peppermint tea and adding a dash of local honey to sweeten.