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    H.P.
    Fantastic!

    This stuff is gold! I put it in my morning smoothies as a powerhouse ingredient.

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    D.L.
    Great Product at a Great Price!

    Have purchased from WILD a few times and it's always been a great experience! Thanks to the team for some awesome shrooms!

    #5 Cordyceps Mushroom

    Cordyceps mushrooms were traditionally used for combating fatigue and general weakness.

    Incorporate Wild Shrooms into your daily life to help promote your long term health and well-being with the power of Wild nutrition!

    A Cordyceps Factoid

    In 1993, a group of Chinese runners broke nine world records in the World Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Germany. How did they pull this off?

    Their coach said they regularly drank a cordyceps-based tonic.

    This single promotion of this super-shroom has helped bring cordyceps into the limelight as a mushroom worth considering.

    Cordyceps Ginger Tea Recipe

    8 ounces Water
    1 inch piece of Orange Peel
    1 inch nub of Ginger
    1 tsp Raw Honey
    ¼ tsp Mint Extract, optional
    1 tsp Wild Shroom #5 Cordyceps Mushroom Extract Powder

    1. Place Orange Peel and Ginger in a small pot with the water and bring to a boil.
    2. Pour into a cup with the Wild Shroom and cover to steep for 5 minutes.
    3. Remove the Orange Peel and Ginger. Stir in the Honey and Mint. Sip and enjoy!

    Wild Cordyceps Mushroom Resources

    Wild Cordyceps Mushroom FAQ's

    What does 10:1 mean?
    How many milligrams per serving?
    How was this extracted? What chemicals are used in the extraction process?
    What is the mushroom's country of origin?
    Is this product tested for heavy metals and PCB's? How do I know it's safe?