HERE’S WHERE YOU CAN BUY CORDYCEPS MILITARIS GROWN WITH CARE
Looking to buy Cordyceps militaris of the highest quality, grown in the USA? Cordyceps farms are extremely rare on this half of the globe; even rarer are cordyceps farms that produce at a commercial scale and are certified organic. But at Mushroom Revival, located in the bountiful Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts, Cordyceps militaris mushrooms are a central product of our fast growing farm. Each month, at least 5,000 jars of cordyceps are fruiting at all times—with an increasing number each month. By expanding our production (and by soon obtaining our organic certificate), we’re planning to make this awesome mushroom more available to the public, organically!**
**Update: We are no longer located in the Pioneer valley and have moved our operation to Austin, TX! Lot's has changed with our production. Check out this podcast for our latest update!
WHY BUY CORDYCEPS MILITARIS?
There are a multitude of reasons to buy Cordyceps militaris supplements. Cordyceps is popular for its unique compound, cordycepin, which is molecularly similar to ATP (the molecule that stores and transports energy within cells) and fuels the body with genuine energy. For this reason, Cordyceps is consumed ubiquitously by Asian athletes, and is commonly known as “the Olympic mushroom”!
The effect of cordycepin can be felt the first time it is consumed, and can support one’s overall energy when consumed regularly. Adding cordyceps to your life can have be very supportive, especially if you are overworked, adrenal-fatigued, a full time athlete, or simply feel constantly drained from your day to day activity.* Other benefits of cordyceps include supporting lung capacity, fertility, and immune function.
HOW YOU CAN INCORPORATE CORDYCEPS MILITARIS INTO YOUR DIET
You can buy Cordyceps militaris through our shop and enjoy it in a number of ways. Below are just a few easy ways to prepare them!
Cordyceps militaris Tea
Add approximately 0.5 – 1 gram of dried cordyceps mushrooms to a mason jar or other vessel and top with hot water. Cover the tea and let steep for 5-10 minutes. You will notice the water will promptly turn golden in color. Optionally, you can add ginger, lemon, rose or lavender — feel free to get creative! Infuse with other teas, such as yerba mate, or pour over ice with sparking water for a cordyceps spritz.
Cordyceps militaris Broth
Essentially, making a broth is just like making more tea — you can add dried cordyceps to a pot of water and simmer for 5-10 minutes. Then use the liquid to cook rice or quinoa, or use as a base for homemade broths. Transform your healthy meals into a fuel feast using this method!
Cordyceps have a unique and pleasant taste. They are slightly sweet, with a hint of pungent, slightly cheesy flavor, like nutritional yeast. You may simply add rehydrated mushrooms to a skillet and sauté with other veggies. A good way to do this is to reclaim the mushrooms used to make tea or broth. Another option is to use cordyceps as a garnish. Chop up the dried mushrooms into small pieces and sprinkle on top of your plate for a unique garnish with an original flavor!
Buy Cordyceps militaris grown and dried in Western Massachusetts by Mushroom Revival. We also make Cordyceps militaris tincture that is mindfully extracted for potency, and is ready to consume on the go. Carry a tincture with you for a quick and effective dose of energy anytime, anywhere!