The Story
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神農本草經 (Shennong Bencao Jing) was the first documented proof on the use of cordyceps as medicine, dated back around 250 CE by an anonymous writer. 150 years later around Himalayan valleys of Sikkim, caterpillar fungus was known as an energizer substance by Dokpa nomad. In 16th century, the royal physicians of the Qing Dynasty apply Yak herders’ knowledge with their own acuity to create mighty aphrodisiacs for the emperor. However, not until 1751 that Dongchong Xiacao (Cordyceps) was described accurately in scientific way in the book titled 本草從新 (Ben Cao Cong Xin) by 吳儀洛 (Wu-Yiluo). Around the same period in early 18th century the western world heard about cordyceps first time from a French Jesuit priest, Father Jean Baptiste Perenin du Halde who brought back samples of champignon chenille from China. The harshness of cultivation and harvesting as well as storage condition had earned cordyceps its high profile with extremely limited supplies, yet perhaps mythical doubt towards the claimed medicinal properties. With advance manufacturing method, TCM Biotect’s proprietary fermentation technology, we have managed to secure health benefit outcomes from delicately selected Tibetan cordycep strain. By using identically reproduction of patented strain TCM-777; Paecilomyces Hepiali Chen, CHI Cordyceps offers high quality and reliable product guarantee by many innovation patents from United Kingdom, Germany, China, Japan, Taiwan and United States.


Safety Assurance
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Manufacturing safety protocol follows International Standard by USFDA Botanical New Drug Guidance including contamination test on microbiological limit, heavy metals, pesticide residues and other toxic substances by applying bioassays assessment.

Chi Cordyceps Sinesis
฿ 980.00
฿ 1,100.00 

Quality Notes
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TCM-777 is able to activate immunological receptors, such as CD4 and CD 8 then consequently the release of IL-2 (Interleukin-2) and IFN-γ (Interferon gamma) which are two of immunological cytokines, increases by at least 5 folds comparing with control group.

TCM-777; Paecilomyces Hepiali Chen

QN_Galactosidase25

β-galactosidase is a biomarker of aging. TCM-777’s β-galactosidase inhibition rate is 25% according to test report

Adenosine

The test conducted by the FIRDI shows that TCM-777’s adenosine content is about 7.5 times than raw Cordyceps.

amino acids

The test conducted by the FIRDI shows that the total content of TCM-777’s free amino acids is about 2.5 times of raw Cordyceps

Patents
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Auxiliary agent for hepatitis C

Pharmaceutical composition for preventing and treating liver fibresis

Pharmaceutical composition for preventing and treating nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Methods for making and compositions comprising fermentation products of cordyceps sinensis

฿ 1,100.00 

฿ 980.00

tatse note tcm77

QN_Galactosidase25

Adenosine
 

amino acids