As we mentioned in previous posts, infertility is defined as inability of a couple to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse.
How to Treat Infertility With Cordyceps Sinensis
Because of unawareness of remedies, just 10% seek help from specialist specialists. Cordyceps sinensis is also called dong cong cao in traditional Chinese medicine. It is among those species of endoparasitoids, native to North Eastern China and has been used in conventional Chinese medicine in treating many cases of cirrhosis of the liver.
How cordyceps effects infertility
Cordyceps sinensisalso will help to improve blood circulation by inhibiting the amount of bad cholesterol in the blood stream, leading to increasing blood circulation to the body such as the reproductive organ and lowering the risk of heart ailments and stoke.
Traditional Chinese medicine believe that the herb includes some compounds which help to restore the liver function in fighting against the inflammation of liver caused by hepatitis B virus, leading to raising the liver function in toxins elimination and improve over all health.
It is said that it is also helpful to boost the production of testosterone by inhibiting the production of the enzyme 5-alpha reductase, thereby, reducing the conversion of testosterone into gihydro-testosterones DHT, thus increasing sexual desire for women and men alike.
It also helps to improve the respiratory system, leading to increasing the transport of oxygen and nutrient into the nervous cells, thereby decreasing the risks of lack of energy, fatigue, stress and depression.
Assisting reproductive organ procedure
It is said that cordyceps sinensis not only helps to improve kidney role in protecting against water retention, but also improve it’s normal function in regulating normal role in growth hormone production, contributing to raising the quality of sperm in males and egg extruding in women.
It is toxic if over dose