Also known as Cordyceps Miltaris, caterpillar fungus, or dong chong zia cao.
The wild form of Cordyceps is rare and expensive; consequently, a strain isolated from the wild form is now cultivated and commonly used.
Constituents include adenine, adenosine, uracil, uridine, guanidine, guanosine, hypoxanthine, inosine, thymine, thymidine, and deoxyuridine.
Typical Preparations traditionally prepared in Chinese medicine as a broth, it can also be used as an extract, as a tea, or in capsules.
Excessive use may cause mild diarrhea, dry mouth, and nausea
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