H&F Cordyceps Rhodiola Rosea Capsules are formulated in reference to traditional Chinese Medicine and Herbology theories and research developments in modern Chinese Medicine and Herbology and food science for the treatment of pathological signs, sports fatigue and other signs and symptoms due to hypoxia. By supplementing the kidney and boost the essence, the metabolism of the damaged tissues and bones is corrected, the physical ability of the body to function in low oxygen environments is improved, the various organs are protected from reperfusion injury and fatigue is reduced after strenuous activity. [1-4]
Tackle fatigue, correct hypoxia, regulate the endocrine system/hormone levels, and delay aging
|Cordyceps||Supplement the lungs and boost the kidney|
|Radix et Rhizoma Rhodiolae Crenulatae||Supplement the kidney, nourish the heart and quicken the blood|
|Herba Cistanches||Supplement the kidney and boost the essence|
|Taurine||Enhance metabolism, relief fatigue|
Symptoms due to hypoxia caused by high altitude physical activity: oppression in the chest, headache, nausea, vomiting, etc. Symptoms due to excessive exercise: fatigue, body aches and pain, etc.
|Cordyceps Rhodiola Rosea Capsule||Cordyceps||Radix et Rhizoma Rhodiolae Crenulatae||Impotence Products|
|Supplement the qi||++||++||+|
|Quicken the blood||+||+|
|Supplement the kidney and boost the essence||+||++||+|
Dosage and Administration
For oral administration, 2 capsules 2 times daily
Warnings and Precautions
Administration of this medicinal product should be stopped upon discovery of any adverse drug reactions or changes in physical appearance of the capsules.
【1】陈顺志 冬虫夏草和北虫草研究进展 中国生化药物杂志 1995，16（5）：242-245 【2】贾建昌 红景天抗疲劳作用机理的研究进展 甘肃中医 2005，18（11）：45-47 【3】李媛 肉苁蓉的化学成分及药理作用研究进展 中国野生植物资源 2010，29（1）：7-11 【4】Oudit, Gavin Y., et al. “Taurine supplementation reduces oxidative stress and improves cardiovascular function in an iron-overload murine model.” Circulation 109.15 (2004): 1877-1885. 【5】 Zhang, M., et al. “Role of taurine supplementation to prevent exercise-induced oxidative stress in healthy young men.” Amino acids 26.2 (2004): 203-207.