Cordyceps Ormus Powder

Cordyceps, or caterpillar fungus, is used in traditional Chinese medicine

It’s potential benefits include antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer effects.

species infect insects. It can’t infect humans.

Cordyceps made international headlines after Chinese runners decimated two world records in 1993. According to their coach, the secret to their remarkable athletic performance was caterpillar fungi. Cordyceps sinensis is the scientific name of this special mushroom.

The fungus then regained popularity 20 years later after “The Last of Us” (Game of the Year, 2013) featured Cordyceps as a zombie virus. The video game drew inspiration from how Cordyceps act like body snatchers. This parasitic fungus invades the host, replaces their body tissue, and grows stalks from their host’s head to send out more spores. And that’s in both the game and real world.

Myth busting
There are more than 350 Cordyceps-related species of fungus and insect hosts. The most well known is the “ant zombie” fungus called Ophiocordyceps unilateralis, which releases behavior-controlling chemicals. O. unilateralis stimulates ants to bite down on a leaf with a “death grip.” When the ant dies, the fungus grows and emerges like a stalk of antlers from behind the ant’s head.

While this fungus has evolved to infect tarantulas, there’s no evidence that Cordyceps can infect humans.

Thankfully the Cordyceps that takes over caterpillar bodies is much less aggressive.

People have used C. sinensis for medicinal purposes since the 15th century. This fungus is also sometimes referred as:

  • yartsa gunbu, Tibetan for “summer grass, winter worm”
  • Dong chong xia cao, Chinese for “worm-grass”
  • caterpillar mushroom
  • Ophiocordycipitaceae
  • Hirsutella sinensis

The demand for caterpillar fungus has plateaued in recent years, mostly due to the economic crisis. Today, it’s available in the United States as a nutritional supplement in pill form and as a tonic. Read on to discover why people are fans of C. sinensis and its health benefits.

Herbs and supplements aren’t regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It’s possible to get a product that’s contaminated or of poor quality, especially for Cordyceps. Buy your Cordyceps from a reputable source. Some sellers may pass off fake mushrooms as the real kind, which can be expensive.

How does the fungus grow?

C. sinensis is both a fungus and a caterpillar. It grows out of the ground from caterpillar bodies in the high altitudes of the Himalayas and the Tibetan plateau. Uncultured fungus doesn’t have the same medicinal effect.

A fun harvest
Working in the cool mountains and chatting with friends makes harvesting Cordyceps a pretty relaxing job. And it’s highly profitable. People in Tibet harvest C. sinensis as a source of income because it can’t be commercially cultivated. Finding these tiny mushrooms takes a lot of skill, concentration, and practice.

Cultured C. sinensis starts as a spore in the winter. The spore lands on a particular moth caterpillar and enters the body of the caterpillar. The caterpillar buries itself into the soil before it dies. When summer comes around, the fungus grows like a plant from the caterpillar’s head with the appearance of a thin, orange finger.

How does the fungus work?

The cultured form of the fungus has more than 20 bioactive ingredients, such sugar molecules with antioxidant properties. These ingredients potentially stimulate cells and specific chemicals in the body, including the immune system.

C. sinensis is also thought to increase the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is essential for delivering energy to the muscles. This may improve the way your body uses oxygen.

What are the potential health benefits of Cordyceps?

There’s no consistent evidence that C. sinensis can boost exercise performance. But there is scientific evidence suggesting that C. sinensis can:

  • boost your body’s immune system
  • have an antihyperglycemic effect (evidence was found in animals with diabetes)
  • help with fatigue (it prolonged swimming time in mice by 20 and 24 minutes)
  • reverse liver fibrosis (evidence was found in studies involving rats and mice)

In a study involving rats, C. sinensis was found to help with antiaging due to its properties. These properties include being:

  • antioxidant
  • anti-inflammatory
  • antitumor
  • antihyperglycemic (promotes low blood sugar)
  • anti-apoptosis
  • immunomodulatory (regulates the immune system)
  • nephroprotective (kidney protective)
  • hepatoprotective (liver protective)

More research is needed to confirm C. sinensis’s effect on human health. Always talk to your doctor before taking a supplement for any condition.

Reduces inflammation

C. sinensis may have anti-inflammatory properties. Research shows that the fungus is effective at reducing inflammation on a cellular level. But it has yet to be tested on humans or animals.

Cordycepin may also be a good anti-inflammatory alternative for people with asthma, according to The University of Nottingham. Cordycepin is a drug found in this mushroom. It’s shown to reduce inflammation in the airway.

Protects the heart

C. sinensis may offer heart-health benefits, including the ability to treat arrhythmia. A 2014 study saw C. sinensis significantly reduce liver and heart injuries in rats.

This study shows that C. sinensis has potential for treating heart disease. It’s approved in China to treat arrhythmia. It’s thought that the adenosine in C. sinensis handles this effect. Adenosine is a naturally occurring substance that helps break down ATP.

Slows kidney disease

Traditionally, people believed that consuming C. sinensis strengthened the kidneys. This may be due to C. sinensis’s ability to increase hydroxyl-corticosteroid and ketosteroid levels in the body.

In a 2011 study, researchers at Zhejiang University found that C. sinensis may inhibit renal fibrosis in rats. Renal fibrosis is a condition found in the later stages of kidney disease. Another study found that taking 3 to 5 grams of C. sinensis a day significantly improved kidney and immune function in those with chronic renal failure.

Slows tumor growth

Some studies on animals suggest that C. sinensis may slow the growth of tumors from certain types of cancer. One theory is that it can stimulate the immune system to fight cancer.

The journal Herbal Medicine Biomecular and Clinical Aspects found evidence of antitumor effects on cells. This is from both natural and cultured C. sinensis. This cytotoxic effect worked on several types of tumor cells, including melanoma, prostate tumors, and Lewis lung carcinoma. Interestingly, C. sinensis didn’t stop the cell life cycle in normal cells.

Revs up libido

Due to claims about its potential as an aphrodisiac, C. sinensis has long been used to increase libido.

Several studies show that C. sinensis increases testosterone. A 2009 study also found that C. sinensis may help penile erection and mount latency in rats. A 2007 study found that the supplement resulted in improved sperm volume and serum testosterone in sub-fertile boars. But there’s no credible human trials to show that the fungus enhances libido or sexual performance in people.

Cordyceps Ormus Powder

To make this into an Ormus Powder I took Cordyceps Powder and mixed it up with warm structured lightning water. Next I added Organic Dolomite Lime, filtered out the powder and preformed the John Hudson method. After 7 washes its now ready to in-joy. Of course it had an extremely large precip indicating that its full of Ormes.



The White Powder of Gold is a multitude of things.  It is in essence, the Elixir of Life. It is likewise, The Philosopher’s Stone of Alchemy, the “manna” of the ancient Hebrews, and even the MFKZT “What is it?” of the ancient Egyptians.  In science, the white powder of gold is the ORME -- i.e. gold (or any of the Precious Metals) in a monoatomic form -- which can result in Superconductivity within an organic body.  


When the white powder of gold is mixed in water, it becomes the Elixir of Life, the alchemist’s dream -- also known as The Golden Tear from the Eye of Horus, or “That which issues from the mouth of the creator.”  It was also called as the “spittle of God” -- not the word of God, but the spittle.  Others referred to it as the semen of the father in heaven.  [Putting the white powder in water doesn’t result in it dissolving.  Instead, it forms a gelatinous suspension, and looks very much like a vial of semen.]  


For the alchemists, the goal had always been to make the white powder of gold, to make  “the container of the light of life.”  Thereafter, if you stood in its presence, you wouldn’t age.  If you partook of it, you would live for ever.  It’s history goes back to Enoch, Thoth, Hermes Trisgetimus, the same man by any other name, who ascended to heaven by partaking of the white drops, and thereby avoided death.  


In The Egyptian Book of the Dead and the Papyrus of Ani, by Budge -- based on a papyrus from Old Kingdom Egypt -- there is a curious repetition of the phrase, “What is it?”  Samples from the papyrus reads, “I am purified of all imperfections.  What is it?  I ascend like the golden hawk of Horus.  What is it?  I pass by the immortals without dying.  What is it?  I come before my father in Heaven.  What is it?”  The latter question repeats itself for hundreds of times throughout the lengthy ancient document.


The “What is it?” literally translates into Hebrew as “manna”.  Even a modern dictionary may define manna as “What is it?”.  The manna was the “bread” taken by the high priest, the Melchizedek priest.  Moses told the Hebrew people at one point, “You have not kept the covenant, and so the manna is being taken from you.  But it will come back in the end times.  When we will be a nation of high priests, not an elect high priesthood.”


The manna, the white powder of gold, is the food, the light, one takes into their body.  It is the Food of the Gods.  A modern day Rabbi might tell you that no one has known how to make the manna, the white powder of Gold, since the destruction of the Temple of Solomon.  The technique is, supposedly, a lost art or lost knowledge.  But others argue that when the high priests left the Temple (when it was destroyed), the took the secret out into the desert and organized a commune called Qumrun.  There, they became the Essenes.  Eventually, the white powder was used to nourish a woman named Mary, and eventually, she gave birth to a man named Jesus.  Some claim that it was the white powder of gold which allowed Jesus his many gifts, including his ascension into heaven.  


These gifts include:  perfect telepathy, the ability to know good and evil when it’s present, and to project thoughts into another person’s mind.  There is also the ability to levitate, or to walk on water.  By excluding all external magnetic fields (including the Earth’s gravity), the white powder of gold takes one beyond the four dimensional space time continuum, and the individual becomes a fifth dimensional being.  They can literally think where they would like to be, and go there.  They can heal by the laying on of hands, and can cleanse and resurrect the dead within two or three days after they died.  They have so much energy that they can literally embrace people and bring light and energy back into them.   


In Revelations, it says, “Blessed be the man who shall overcome, for he shall be given the hidden manna, the white stone of the purest kind upon which will be written a new name.”  He will not be the same person.  [Obviously!]   


In the modern parlance, the white powder of gold is the ORME-- Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements.  The ORME is obtained from the Precious Metals (Gold, Platinum, Silver, Palladium, Osmium, Ruthenium, Rhodium and Iridium).  Superdeformation of Nuclei of these precious elements, results in a monoatomic, superconducting, high spin, low energy state, wherein -- in accordance with ORME Physics and ORME Biology -- the extraordinary characteristics of the white powder of gold can be manifested.  


Basically, everything is encoded in each individual’s DNA, waiting to be activated.  Care for a cup of life?




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