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Energy Support | Host Defense Cordyceps 60VC

Are you looking for a all-natural, certified organic way to get more energy, anti-oxidants, and to support your health and anti-aging? Then look no further than Fungi Perfect Host Defense Cordyceps for all of your immunity and overall health support! On top of its health and immunity support, Cordyceps has also been found to increase exercise performance and fitness levels! So if you're looking for a natural way to support your health, increase anti-aging properties, even support exercise performance and more, then try Fungi Perfect Host Defense Cordyceps today! 

And if you want to try a smaller bottle of Fungi Perfect Host Defense Cordyceps, then try Host Defense Cordyceps 30VC!

Host Defense Cordyceps Benefits

  • Made with Organic, U.S.-Grown Mushrooms
  • Certified Organic
  • Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Provides Energy & Immune Support
  • Can Be Used to Support Athletic Performance
  • Enhances Body's Metabolic Systems
  • Supports Healthy Libido

How to Take Host Defense Cordyceps

Take as a dietary supplement. Take 2 capsules at one time per day. You may take Fungi Perfect Host Defense Cordyceps with or without food, or on an empty stomach, or as recommended by your healthcare advisor. 

Host Defense Cordyceps Ingredients


Host Defense Cordyceps Side Effects

Consult your healthcare advisor regarding the use of this product during pregnancy.


Xu YF.- 2016- Effect of Polysaccharide from Cordyceps militaris (Ascomycetes) on Physical Fatigue Induced by Forced Swimming.

Xia Liu, Fang Zhong, Xu-long Tang, Fu-lin Lian, Qiao Zhou, Shan-mai Guo, Jia-fu Liu, Peng Sun, Xu Hao,1 Ying Lu, Wei-ming Wang, Nan Chen, and Nai-xia Zhang- 2014- Cordyceps sinensis protects against liver and heart injuries in a rat model of chronic kidney disease: a metabolomic analysis.

Ning-Zhi Tan, Jamie L Barger, Yan Zhang, Scott B Ferguson, Zi-Mei Wu, Tomas A Prolla, Mark Bartlett, and Jia-Shi Zhu- The lifespan-extending effect of Cordyceps sinensis Cs-4 in normal mice and its molecular mechanisms.