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Deep in the Amazon jungle, a parasitic fungus called cordyceps infect ants and other insects in order to reproduce. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 #NationalGeographic #Zombies #Cordyceps About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Visit our planet's most extreme environments and get an up-close look at the animals that survive there. Watch Hostile Planet on National Geographic. Read more in "How a parasitic fungus turns ants into 'zombies'" 🤍 'Zombie' Parasite Takes Over Insects Through Mind Control | National Geographic 🤍 National Geographic 🤍
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Cordyceps is a powerful medicinal mushroom used for energy, endurance, immunity and more. Learn the most important types, how they grow (some grow on bugs!) and what this powerful medicinal mushroom can do for you. 0:00 Intro 0:38 What Is Cordyceps? 1:02 Cordyceps Sinensis vs. Cordyceps Militaris 3:39 Cs-4 4:24 Compounds In Cordyceps 5:39 Cordyceps For Energy and Endurance 7:44 Cordyceps And Lung Health 8:35 Cordyceps For Stress (Adaptogenic Properties) 9:04 Cordyceps For Immune Support 9:42 Cordyceps For Libido 10:04 How To Use Cordyceps 12:17 Outro Get the full guide here 👇 🤍 🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕ Try our best selling functional mushroom blend for energy, immunity and cognition. 👉 🤍 Use code TRYMUSH10 for 10% off your first order! 🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕🍄☕ #cordyceps #adaptogens #functionalmushrooms
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Could the fungal infection featured in HBO's "The Last of Us" really happen? Dr. George Thompson, professor of clinical medicine at UC Davis School of Medicine, explains how cordyceps fungus can infect and control insects like ants, the likelihood of a similar infection affecting humans, and how climate change is affecting the way fungal diseases spread. Dr. Thompson specializes in the care of patients with invasive fungal infections and has research interest in fungal diagnostics and host immunogenetics. 0:00 Could the infection in "The Last of Us" really happen? 0:22 How can cordyceps affect insects? 1:03 Can humans be infected by cordyceps fungus? 1:24 The effects of climate change on fungal disease spread 1:58 The dangers of fungal diseases See the latest news from UC Davis Health: 🤍 #thelastofus #cordyceps #ucdavis
HBO's "The Last of Us" shows a world devastated by a fungal pandemic. But could that really happen? Dr. George Thompson, professor of infectious diseases at UC Davis School of Medicine, explains fungal infections, cordyceps and the science behind the hit show. Learn more about the science behind "The Last of Us" - 🤍 Show images provided by Warner Media/HBO. #thelastofus #cordyceps #shorts
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Deep in the jungle, there's a fungus that infects creatures, and turns them into zombies. This deadly fungus, known as Cordyceps, has the ability to take out entire species. What if this fungus infected you, by touching your skin, or just by breathing it in? Could the Cordyceps fungus turn you into a zombie? What would it do to your body? And how likely is it that this will happen to you? Transcript and sources: 🤍 Subscribe to our second channel called "How to Survive": 🤍 Can you translate this episode into another language? Add subtitles and we will link your YouTube channel in the description: 🤍 Watch more what-if scenarios: Planet Earth: 🤍 The Cosmos: 🤍 Technology: 🤍 Your Body: 🤍 Humanity: 🤍 T-shirts and merch: 🤍 Suggest an episode: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍 Feedback and inquiries: 🤍 What If elsewhere: Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 What If in Spanish: 🤍 What If in Mandarin: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 IMPORTANT: This video is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have seen on this channel. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor, the ambulance or the police immediately. Underknown does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned in this video. Reliance on any information provided by Underknown is solely at your own risk. What If is a mini-documentary web series that takes you on an epic journey through hypothetical worlds and possibilities. Join us on an imaginary adventure through time, space and chance while we (hopefully) boil down complex subjects in a fun and entertaining way. Produced with love by Underknown in Toronto: 🤍 #lastofus
Caterpillar fungus, or cordyceps, is the most prized ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine. Worth three times its weight in gold, the fungus appears every year around May and June on the Tibetan Plateau, where families pack their bags and head to the mountains to harvest this valuable remedy. Summertime in Tibet is caterpillar fungus season. Don’t miss our stories, what’s buzzing around the web, and bonus material. Get GT in your inbox! Sign up at 🤍 If you liked this video, we have more stories about seasonal Chinese delicacies, including: Hong Kong’s Last Shrimp Paste Makers 🤍 Fishermen Risk Their Lives for This $80 Shellfish 🤍 Follow us on Instagram for behind-the-scenes moments: 🤍 Stay updated on Twitter: 🤍 Join the conversation on Facebook: 🤍 Have story ideas? Send them to us at hello🤍goldthread2.com Producer: Jessica Novia Videographer: Wu Congwen Editor: Hanley Chu Animation: Annie Hall Mastering: Victor Pena Music: Audio Network
Check out the full interview at 🤍 Following the success and interest in cordyceps and fungal infection spurred by the hit television series "The Last of Us," Dr. Mamta Rawat, a microbiologist with the U.S. National Science Foundation, delves into the worlds of fungal and bacterial infections. #shorts #short #shortsvideo #shortsfeed #Cordyceps #Fungi #Infections #HostInsects #Mycelium #Phallus #Mushrooms #Ecosystem #Autonomy #EndOfTheWorld #NonVertebrateHost #HumanAutonomy #ChemicalWarfare #MicrobialWorld #Fascinating #Fundamental #DecomposingDeadMatter #EnrichedOrganicEnvironment #Symbiotic #DeadMatterSoil #Imagination #TheLastOfUs
CORDYCEPS. Caterpillar🐛🐛(Fungus) Parasite Harvested in the Tibetan Mountains from April to June. Cordyceps Sinensis-wild harvest. Very expensive. 1 kg up to $25,000 Cordyceps Militaris-can be cultivated. Similar profile to Sinensis. But has higher levels of cordycepin Cordyceps CS-4 grown through a liquid fermentation process. Mycelium on grain-cordyceps Sinensis-low in cordycepin Active compounds polysaccharides, cordycepin, cordycepic acid, nucleosides, ergosterol, and adenosine 1. Energy and endurance-1993 running team 2. Oxygen capacity-nitric oxide 3. Lung health-clears lung mucus, reduces oxidative stress, asthma, bronchitis 4. Slows lactic acid build up 5. Increases ATP(Adenosine) 6. Adaptogen 7. Beta glucan-supports immune system-supports NKC activity 8. Cordycepin-anti-viral, anti inflammatory 9. Helps libido-blood flow and testosterone You will often see cordyceps in adrenal support and lung/immune support supplements. Morning, pre-work 1-2 grams per day. SEARCH on Dr. Sung's Online Store 🤍 Cordyceps (Cordyceps Militaris)-Host Defense Adreset®-Metagenics Dr. Jin Sung is a Chiropractic Physician who specializes in the management of complex chronic conditions in Massachusetts, 30 minutes north of Boston. He utilizes natural and alternative therapies to help manage complex cases such as Hashimoto's, autoimmune conditions, IBS, SIBO, chronic fatigue, brain fog, early Alzheimer's, etc. 🤍DrJinSung.com Office Contact 978 688-6999 🤍drjinsung.com SEARCH on Dr. Sung's Online Store 🤍 Dr. Sung's Online Supplement Dispensary-conditions apply. Certain companies will require a prescription from Dr. Sung. The content of this video is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Please consult with your physician before embarking on any dietary changes or taking any nutritional supplements.
In this episode of the CNM Specialist Podcast we welcome Hania Opienski to discuss the incredible world of medicinal mushrooms. Hania is a Naturopathic Nutritionist, traditional Chinese medicine acupuncturist and energy medicine specialist. She applies a holistic approach to health using a synergy of natural eastern, western and energy medicine. She is the education lead and a medicinal mushroom specialist consultant for Hifas Da Terra UK & Ireland. In today's Podcast (full episode on link below) we'll be looking at the most therapeutic mushrooms available to us, how we can use them and their benefits in areas such as the immune system, for gut health and also for cancer. FULL EPISODE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE HERE: 🤍 CNM WEBSITE: 🤍 HIFAS DE TERRA: 🤍 OUR COURSES: NUTRITION: 🤍 HERBAL MEDICINE: 🤍 ACUPUNCTURE: 🤍 NATUROPATHY: 🤍 HOMEOPATHY: 🤍 NATURAL CHEF: 🤍 VEGAN NATURAL CHEF: 🤍 FREE HERBAL LECTURE: 🤍 Disclaimer: This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between The College of Naturopathic Medicine and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a qualified physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. #cnmpodcast #cnmspecialistpodcast
The herb cordyceps has taken the West by storm, with companies like Four Sigmatic and Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop claiming it’s a mushroom that can boost your energy and heighten your sexual prowess. But the herb is actually a caterpillar fungus and has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. They’re only found on the Tibetan Plateau, so we went there to meet a cordyceps seller and learn more about this industry. In recent years, demand from both wealthy Chinese consumers and new interest from the West has driven prices to thousands of dollars per kilo. All this has led to overharvesting, potentially endangering an herb that’s already threatened by climate change. Follow us on Instagram for behind-the-scenes moments: 🤍 Stay updated on Twitter: 🤍 Join the conversation on Facebook: 🤍 Have story ideas? Send them to us at hello🤍goldthread2.com Written and Voiced by: Dolly Li Shot and Produced by: Ryan Chang and Joyce Siu Edited by: Hanley Chu Animated by: Ray Ngan Mastered by: Victor Peña Music: Audio Network Additional Footage: Four Sigmatic On Shrooms: 🤍 Resources: “How a Zombie Worm from Tibet Became an American Health Food Juggernaut” by Clarissa Wei, Bon Appetit: 🤍 “Steps towards Sustainable Harvest of Yartsa Gunbu (Caterpillar Fungus)” by Daniel Winkler: 🤍 “Parasitic caterpillar fungus in decline” by Elizabeth Snouffer: 🤍
This is our collection of insects that have been infected by parasitic fungi. Some people will call a parasitic fungus a "zombie fungus". This is because the fungi can "infect" an insect's body and its mind. Others call them cordyceps, but that's only one genus of parasitic fungi. In this video, you will find a parasitized moth, spider, larvae, caterpillar, and cicada. This video answers the following questions: - What is parasitic fungi? - What is zombie fungus? - What insects are parasitized by zombie fungus? - Does fungus kill insects? - Can fungus control an insect's mind? Specimen use made possible by the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology and Herbarium.
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The Last of Us Cordyceps Infection Explained! Erik Voss interviews an actual scientist to break down the science of The Last of Us! In HBO’s The Last of Us, the mutated strain of the Cordyceps fungus infects humanity. How plausible is this science fiction scenario? Erik Voss interviews João Araújo, an expert in the Cordyceps fungus working at the New York Botanical Garden. João separates fact from fiction and debunks the myths viewers may have! Grab the 'Last of Us Joel Jacket' from Huckberry here - 🤍 And get our 'Last of Us' inspired shirt here - 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 | Enable ALL push notifications 🔔 Follow New Rockstars: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 About New Rockstars: Hey everyone, welcome to the official New Rockstars YouTube channel! We got you covered with our in-depth analysis of every movie and television show you love! Don’t forget to subscribe and enable all push notifications so you never miss a podcast, breakdown, or theory. PATREON PRODUCERS: Comically Inclined Studios Ladmia LookNoHands Karen Wang Rick Denmon RXJedi Written by: Erik Voss Producer: Erik Voss 🤍 Producer: Zach Huddleston Producer: Brandon Barrick Post Production Supervisor: Riley Auskelis Staff Editors: Drew Coombs, Joshua Steven Hurd Editors: Cody Kenner Camera Operator: Dashiell Hamingson For business inquiries please contact zach🤍nrdigitalstudios.com
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One of the most common questions I get asked on TikTok is if I’m going to start a “Last Of Us” zombie scenario. In this video game, a Cordyceps like fungus makes the jump to humans, turning them into fearsome flesh eating zombies that also produce infectious spores across several stages of zombie maturity. While this is some fantastic Sci-Fi writing, the feasibility of this (and all zombie scenarios) is 0. . Cordyceps are incredibly fascinating fungi. Generally, they are Ascomycetes that spend part of their life cycle as haploid molds in the soil, until they infect insect larvae and colonizing the insect hemolymph with mycelium. The fungus produces a powerful suite of 2nd metabolites that inhibit the insects own immune system and biological processes (but leaving their brains mostly unaffected). The mycelium then locomotes the bug through hydraulic motion up the branch of a plant to a specific heigh where a mushroom grows out of the infected insect and disperses its spores onto the ground and bugs below. Quite a fantastic and potentially terrifying life cycle (if you’re a bug). . As a human, we don’t have to worry about our entire body being colonized by a Cordyceps fungi and turning into a zombie. We are large organisms with a complex immune system that is generally very good at dealing with slow moving fungal infections (except for people who are immune compromised). Given that mammals have fundamentally different biology than insects (blood vs hemolymph), we don’t have to worry about becoming zombies. However, after talking to 🤍fishroom_man I did learn that there are a few Cordyceps species that can infect humans as opportunistic pathogens, but they generally cause mild symptoms as skin rashes rather than a full blown zombification. . Cordyceps are some of the most fascinating fungi out there, displaying an “extended phenotype” or ability to influence events beyond the scope of their own physical form. It’s a concept I talked about further with author 🤍merlin.sheldrake in our IG Live chat if you want to learn more! . . . . . #lastofus #lastofus2 #cordyceps #zombies #scifi #scicomm #biochemistry #cordycepsfungus #fascinatedbyfungi #mycology #educationalvideos
Today, I will explain how does the Last of Us Infection work? How does the Cordyceps infection turn you to a Runner, to a Stalker, to a Clicker and then a Bloater. All the answers are here. Support the channel ► 🤍 Merch: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍IllustratedMr Instagram: scp_illustrated Facebook: 🤍SCPillustrated Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:29 Stage 1 - Infection 1:31 Stage 2 - Runner 2:58 Stage 3 - Stalker 3:50 Stage 4 - Clicker 4:43 Stage 5 - Bloaters & Shamblers 6:20 Stage 6 - The Rat King CO.AG Music: 🤍 #thelastofus #the cordyceps virus explained #the last of us explained
Discover the fungus that could be the remedy for your adrenal fatigue or chronic lung condition! 0:00 Introduction: Adrenal fatigue and chronic lung congestion remedies 0:14 Cordyceps(Tibetan caterpillar fungus) 0:34 Cordyceps fungus for lung congestion 1:03 Cordyceps for athletic performance 1:46 Thanks for watching! In this video, we’re going to take a look at the fungus cordyceps, also known as Tibetan caterpillar fungus. Cordyceps is a fascinating fungus that has the unique ability to completely take over the central nervous system and brain of insects. Because cordyceps fungus grows at very high altitudes, it has developed an intricate system of extracting oxygen from the air. When you consume cordyceps fungus, you can expect the following health benefits: • Increased lung capacity • Increased recovery from stress • Improved overall vitality • Antiviral and antimicrobial benefits • Increased ATP • Increased oxygen-carrying capacity to allow you to breathe better • Improves the symptoms of asthma, bronchitis, and other chronic lung conditions Cordyceps has also been proven effective in increasing athletic performance. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, age 57, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media. Follow Me On Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Anchor: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Send a Message to his team: 🤍 Disclaimer: Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full-time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. #keto #ketodiet #weightloss #ketolifestyle Thanks for watching! I hope you’ll give cordyceps fungus a try for symptoms of adrenal fatigue and chronic lung congestion. I’ll see you in the next video.
Priced at RM150,000 to RM200,000 per kg, the Cordyceps Sinensis root used in traditional chinese medicine has powerful healing benefits for the kidneys and for sexual dysfunction.
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Hi everyone, today we will be looking at the amazing benefits of Cordyceps Mushrooms, both militarist and Sinensis strains. The health and wellness industry has been swept away by the adaptogenic and immune-boosting awesomeness of medicinal mushrooms. We feel it's always a good idea to be informed prior to including any functional food into your diet, which is why we're going to show you the awesome benefits of Cordyceps, a less well-known functional mushroom. More articles and healing elixirs tend to concentrate on the advantages of Reishi and Chaga mushrooms, so it is probable that you are acquainted with these. Nonetheless, the cordyceps mushroom offers several potent health advantages, including: Improving energy levels Balancing blood sugar Facilitating athletic performance #cordyceps #functionalmushrooms cordyceps militaris mushroom Please also check out our other videos 👉Heart Disease Signs And Symptoms | Is Your Back Telling You Something? : 🤍 👉5 - 10% Survival Rate | Don't Ignore Early Warning Signs Of Pancreatic Cancer : 🤍 👉The Amazing Benefits Of Eating An Egg Daily | Egg-cellent... : 🤍 👉Foods To Help Prevent a Heart Attack | Chocolate Might Save Your Life! : 🤍 👉Can I Have PREDIABETES? | WARNING Signs To Look Out For : 🤍 👉10 Signs of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) | At Risk of A Pulmonary Embolism? : 🤍 👉Every VEGETARIAN Should Be Aware of These Vitamin B12 Rich Foods: 🤍 👉WARNING SIGNS Of Colon And Colorectal Cancer - SEE IF YOU'RE AT RISK : 🤍 Need some help getting started with functional mushrooms? Check the links below: 🪴Organic Cordyceps Mushroom Extract (Vegan) | Teelixir: 👉 🤍 🪴Please Subscribe to our channel for more and become part of our community: 👉🤍 Your 1Stop Health Channel, We are a health and wellness channel and community. We strive to provide you with real wellness and nutrition tips to equip you with the necessary background to conduct further research in your area of interest, whether this is disease prevention, wellness tips, nutritional information, or facts. Your health is important to us and we would love for you to join and be part of our community. 🪴 MUSIC 👉🤍 🪴 For Business Inquiries please contact us at: info.1stophealth🤍gmail.com 🪴 MEDICAL DISCLAIMER The information provided by 1Stop Health is for educational and entertainment purposes only. We do not offer any medical advice. For medical advice, please consult with a physician or qualified medical professional. 🪴 AFFILIATE DISCLAIMER This video/description contains affiliate links, if you click on them and purchase any product I will earn a small commission.
#cordyceps #insects #microscope #thelastofus Nuestro canal 🤍 For those who want to support our project here is our: ✔️PayPal: ilad4you🤍icloud.com ✔️Patreon: 🤍 ✔️(bitcoin wallet) : 3JJUdHrt2QtahkD5fn6b8o1nGEA4TUDqXD A month ago, I took the mycelium of the predatory fungus Cordyceps from the laboratory. This laboratory is engaged in the cultivation of various mushrooms, but it was the Cordyceps mushroom that attracted my attention the most.
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Something is growing inside that fruit fly in your kitchen. At dusk, the fly points its wings straight up and dies in a gruesome pose so that a fungus can ooze out and fire hundreds of reproductive spores. Join our community on Patreon! 🤍 DEEP LOOK is a ultra-HD (4K) short video series created by KQED San Francisco and presented by PBS Digital Studios. See the unseen at the very edge of our visible world. Explore big scientific mysteries by going incredibly small. 00:00 Introduction 00:22 Fruit Fly - Drosophila melanogaster 00:35 Fruit Fly Ingests Spores 01:00 Fruit Fly Behaves Erratically 01:11 Summiting 01:21 Fungus Takes Over The Fly's Mind 01:38 Death Pose 01:58 Entomophthora muscae, a.k.a. "The Fly Destroyer" 02:09 Spore Launchers 02:53 Secondary Spores 03:11 How Does A Fungus Take Control Of A Brain? 03:36 Can We Harness This Fungus For Our Benefit? Some of the scariest monsters are the ones that grow inside another being and take over its body. Think of the movie Alien, where the reptile-like space creature explodes out of its victim’s chest. That monster might be fictional, but scientists are studying a fungus that’s horrifyingly real — at least for the flies it invades, turns into a zombie-like state and kills in order to reproduce. “Oh, it’s a nightmare for the flies,” said entomologist Brad Mullens, who studied the fungus at the University of California, Riverside. The fungus is known by its scientific name, Entomophthora muscae, which means “fly destroyer.” It lives off houseflies and fruit flies, among others. “It’s a crazy system,” said Carolyn Elya, a biologist at Harvard. “The fungus only kills at dusk.” Like a killer puppeteer, the fungus follows a precise clock. At dusk on the fourth or fifth day after it picks up a fungal spore, an infected fruit fly stops flying. It starts behaving erratically, for example climbing up and down toothpicks that Elya puts into the vials where she keeps the infected insects. Then the fly climbs to the top of the toothpick, a behavior Elya and other scientists refer to as “summiting.” In an unusual twist, the fly then extends its mouthpart down, and some liquid drips out and glues the fly to the surface it’s standing on. Over the next 10 minutes, the fly’s wings ascend until they’re pointing upwards and it dies frozen in this lifelike pose. Soon after, white spongy fungus oozes out of its abdomen. This white goo is made up of hundreds of lollipop-shaped protrusions which each launch a microscopic bell-shaped spore at high speed. Now the spores just need to get into another fly to grow. - Could this or a similar fungus “zombify” humans? “No, it's very unlikely,” Elya said. “We can control our bodily temperature to kill invaders.” -+ Read the entire article on KQED Science: 🤍 -+ Shoutout! 🏆Congratulations🏆 to the following fans on our Deep Look Community Tab for coming up with the top titles for a horror movie starring this fungus: Joginiz - "Flyday the 13th' KingXDragoon - "Pretty Fly for a dead guy" Laura Garrard - The Fungus Among Us!! Lysiasolo - "Parafungal activity" De paus van de Lilith Kerk - The whitecorpse horror (as an ode to HP Lovecraft "the Dunwich horror") -+ Thank you to our Top Patreon Supporters ($10+ per month)! Trae Wright Justin Bull Bill Cass Alice Kwok Sarah Khalida Mohamad Stefficael Uebelhart Daniel Weinstein Chris B Emrick Seghan Seer Karen Reynolds Tea Torvinen David Deshpande Daisuke Goto Amber Miller Companion Cube WhatzGames Richard Shalumov Elizabeth Ann Ditz Robert Amling Gerardo Alfaro Mary Truland Shirley Washburn Robert Warner johanna reis Supernovabetty Kendall Rasmussen Sayantan Dasgupta Cindy McGill Leonhardt Wille Joshua Murallon Robertson Pamela Parker Roberta K Wright Shelley Pearson Cranshaw KW Silvan Wendland Two Box Fish Johnnyonnyful Aurora George Koutros monoirre Dean Skoglund Sonia Tanlimco Guillaume Morin Ivan Alexander Laurel Przybylski Allen Jane Orbuch Rick Wong Levi Cai Titania Juang Nathan Wright Syniurge Carl Kallie Moore Michael Mieczkowski Kyle Fisher Geidi Rodriguez JanetFromAnotherPlanet SueEllen McCann Daisy Trevino Jeanne Sommer Louis O'Neill riceeater Katherine Schick Aurora Mitchell Cory Nousernamepls Chris Murphy PM Daeley Joao Ascensao Nicolette Ray TierZoo -+ Follow KQED Science and Deep Look: Patreon: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 KQED Science on kqed.org: 🤍 Facebook Watch: 🤍 -+ About KQED KQED, an NPR and PBS affiliate in San Francisco, CA, serves Northern California and beyond with a public-supported alternative to commercial TV, radio and web media. Funding for Deep Look is provided in part by PBS Digital Studios and the members of KQED. #fruitflies #deeplook
Mushrooms are fascinating! But with contradictory studies on its effectiveness, I wasn't sold on its health benefits. In this experiment, we are testing whether Cordyceps mushrooms actually work. Does Cordyceps improve exercise endurance? Does Cordyceps help with heart rate efficiency? Find out! Follow along as I embark on a 60 Day Cordyceps intake experiment versus control! Enjoy! Fruiting body based Cordyceps on Amazon: 🤍 Apps I used: Cyclemeter and Fitbit Some studies on Cordyceps: - Cordyceps does not improve endurance: 🤍 - Cordyceps improves tolerance to high intensity exercise: 🤍 - Cordyceps promotes exercise endurance in rats: 🤍 - Cordyceps and heart rate: 🤍 - Cordyceps and exercise in older subjects: 🤍 - Cordyceps and energy: 🤍 Here at The Great Kind, we exercise our minds in our pursuit to Greatness. My mindset mastery journey, linked here: Workshops: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍 My Art: 🤍 Equipment Used: Tripod: 🤍 Tripod Phone Mount: 🤍 Gimble: 🤍 Light: 🤍 Mic: 🤍 Camera: Various iPhones #cordyceps #mushrooms #experiment #healthbenefits #paulstamets #hearthealth #Cordycepsreview #oriveda #exercise Please note that I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites/people to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon properties, including but not limited to amazon.com.
Zombies— they actually exist, but not in a way you might think. Did you know that cicadas can become zombiefied and walk around with their abdomens hollowed out? Or that an infection can cause ants to lose all muscle control while their body is being eaten alive? Let’s get into it. Sources: [Zombies: A History] 🤍 🤍 🤍 [Zombie Viruses in Pop Culture] 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 [The danger that waits underground for 17 years: Massospora Cicadina] Licensed from Newsflare: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 [The infection that traps ants into doing their bidding: Ophiocordyceps Unilateralis] 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 [Other Sources:] 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 [Brew’s intro song] Manhattan Twist by Avocado Junkie
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🍄 Try Lions Mane Mushroom Powder: 🤍 - Use the Coupon for 10% Off! In today's video, gives a thorough look into the mushroom, with nine science-backed benefits, potential side effects, if any, and ways to enjoy the fungus. 🍄🦁🍄🦁🍄🦁🍄🦁🍄🦁🍄🦁🍄🦁🍄🦁🍄🦁 If you like this video, subscribe to Nature's Rise on YouTube today for the latest tips, how-to guides, health and wellness videos, and more! Learn more about Cordyceps Benefits here: 🤍 ••••••••••••••• LEAVE US A COMMENT ••••••••••••••• ➤ Don't forget to: ★ Subscribe ★ Like ★ Comment ★ Share with your friends 🟢 Must Watch Videos: ▪ Lions Mane Dosage ➜ 🤍 ▪ Lion’s Mane Spiritual Benefits ➜ 🤍 ▪ Lion's Mane Mushroom Benefits ➜ 🤍 ••••••••••••••• Cordyceps Mushroom: Top 9 Incredible Cordyceps Benefits ••••••••••••••• 1. Cordyceps Mushroom Helps Fight Inflammation The supplement is widely used in making anti-inflammatory medicine as this is the property that gave it popularity. Cordyceps suppresses different kinds of inflammation-producing proteins in the body. The modulatory effects of the mushroom are especially exaggerated in macrophages, special cells in the body's immune system responsible for finding and engulfing foreign particles. 2. Improves Cardiovascular Health Natural cordyceps mushrooms are highly rich in adenosine, a compound that is crucial in improving general heart health. This, combined with bioactive compounds and amino acids, helps inhibit heart-related diseases. It does this by ensuring proper blood flow to the coronary arteries, increasing heart rate, contractility and cardioprotective effects. 3. Helps Lower Blood Pressure Through a bioactive compound contained within cordyceps named cordycepin, the fungus helps manage irregular blood levels. It does this by increasing blood vessel dilation which in turn increases blood flow and reduces the pressure on your heart to pump more often. 4. It May Help in Enhancing Libido In traditional Chinese medicine, cordyceps mushroom is used to improve sexual function and increase libido. It acts as a natural aphrodisiac by increasing blood flow to the penile region. The fungus has also been used in treating cases of erectile dysfunction. 5. Manages Blood Sugar Cordyceps mushroom is infused with special proteins and sugar components that mimic the action of insulin in the body. It also helps individuals with type 2 diabetes by increasing insulin sensitivity and reception by the blood. The fungus promotes glucose intake by peripheral cells while managing blood sugar levels and inhibiting related diseases. 6. Cordyceps May Help Increase Athletic Abilities This wonderful supplement increases the production of adenosine triphosphate, commonly known as ATP or the energy currency of the human body. This in turn increases our athletic abilities and endurance levels. The ATP acts as the body’s energy source allowing it to make use of more oxygen during high-intensity exercises and physical activities 7. It Protects and Improves the Immune System Regular consumption of the mushroom boosts the immune system and increases your body’s chances of fighting diseases, viruses, and any other foreign body. It has a positive impact on both adaptive and innate immunity, it also possesses modulatory and immuno-stimulatory effects on the gut system. 8. Cordyceps Helps Restore Age-Related Changes Lots of elderly individuals started using the mushroom when they heard about the positive effects it has in reducing ageing signs. In the medieval days, cordyceps were used to combat elderly fatigue and decreased strength. Modern medicine now understands this to be an effect enjoyed due to the antioxidant properties of the fungus. 9. It Has the Potential to Fight Tumorous Cells Although this verification of this benefit is still in the early stages, research has shown great promise in the cordyceps ability to inhibit the growth of cancer cells. The anti-tumor benefits research is mainly of interest concerning specific cancers such as melanoma and lymphomas. ✅ Are there any cordyceps side effects? The mushrooms are relatively safe and natural for all to use, Individuals with blood disorders are at risk of experiencing slow blood clotting. They’ve also been instances of nausea and stomach discomfort, but this only occurred the mushroom was taken in high doses. ➤ Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Nature's Rise channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider. #cordyceps #cordycepsmushroom #cordycepsmushroombenefits
Visit our website- 🤍 William Padilla-Brown is a visionary educator, entrepreneur, and citizen scientist doing incredible work in the mushroom, cannabis, and DNA analysis space. He's also credited with popularizing the cultivation and use of cordyceps in the United States through his business MycoSymbiotics. This summer, William visited North Spore to talk with us about his background in mycology and create this walk-through on cultivating cordyceps mushrooms at home. Cordyceps are an incredible medicinal mushroom with a long history of use amongst Tibetan peoples and in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Wild Cordyceps sinensis is harvested in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Indian state of Sikkim. Though there is a long history of foraging and using wild Cordyceps sinensis, most of the supplements found around the world are actually made from cultivated Cordyceps militaris. This is the same species of cordyceps that we cover in this video. Check out and support more of William Padilla-Brown's work by following him on social media, supporting him financially through Patreon, or attending his MycoFest gathering in August. Links below: MycoSymbiotics Website: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍ApexGrower Instagram: 🤍mycosymbiote Patreon: 🤍 MycoFest: 🤍 Cordyceps Products: 🤍 Pressure Cookers & Steam Sterilizers: 🤍 00:00:00 - Introduction 00:02:21 - Ingredients 00:03:57 - Laboratory Materials and Supplies 00:05:10 - How to Create a Nutrient Broth for both Jars and Bins 00:06:55 - How to Grow Cordyceps in Jars 00:08:21 - Pressure Cooking Jars 00:10:25 - How to Grow Cordyceps in Bins using an InstaPot 00:11:45 - Inoculating your Jars and Bins with Culture 00:15:50 - Incubation in Darkness 00:16:21 - Harvest
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Frying up some Cordyceps mushrooms thanks to 🤍mushroommusketeer. These are Entomopathogenic fungi that parasitize insects, hijacking the insects own body to help the fungus reproduce. Cordyceps militilaris is the most common species found in North America, frequently found up and down the Eastern Seaboard and in the Midwest growing on upwards of 50 different insect species, although usually just on larvae in the soil (it doesn’t zombify grown insects like some species of this mushroom do). Thanks to the efforts of William Padilla Brown (who literally wrote the book on cordyceps cultivation)we have a good idea of how to grow these mushrooms in a laboratory setting to use them as medicine and food. As I found out here, these are spectacularly tasty edible mushrooms. . In the game and HBO TV show, “The Last Of Us” a Cordyceps fungus makes the jump to infecting humans, starting a fungal zombie apocalypse. It’s an amazing Sci-Fi concept, but it gets some facts wrong. There are already plenty of fungi in our bodies that live above 94F (our skin, intestines, lungs, and orifices are populated with yeast species). Cordyceps hijack insect bodies but generally don’t control their minds (Massospora which infects cicadas does). Fungi produce compounds that help them resist rot and mold (we originally isolated many antibiotics from fungi), but this doesn’t make them immortal. Cordyceps can infect humans, but they cause a mild rash, not a full blown zombie infection (mycelium can’t grow through human tissue). No amount of evolution or genetic tinkering is going to make them able to turn humans into zombies. Generally fungal diseases grow very slowly and don’t spread easily. We have a number of antifungal drugs we can use to help fight fungal infections (Azoles). Fungal pathogens pose the biggest risk to people with compromised immune systems, but thankfully eating lots of mushrooms (these Cordyceps included) can stimulate our white blood cells and help fend off foreign invaders. So don’t be afraid of Cordyceps, instead eat them up! . #lastofus #thelastofus #lastofushbo #tlou #tlou2 #cordycep #cordyceps #cordycepsmilitaris #entomopathogenicfungi #mycophagy #mycology #fungi #zombies #mushooms
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