By: Chi-Health.com | September 11, 2019 | *Advertisement
Stress, anxiety, loss of vitality. These are just a few of the myriad of issues that most of us, at varying degrees and ages deal with. Apparently, these are not something new and are actually age-old issues. If we compare our life’s pressures today with that of the ancient Chinese emperors, how do you think they would measure up? How was it like to be an emperor in ancient China? Conventional wisdom tells us that Chinese emperors were revered as god-like figures, exclusively men who were venerated as chosen ones to rule in immortality with absolute dominance. Was that really the case? Well in actuality, the life of an emperor did not exactly equate to limitless life and power.
Back in those days, an emperor was obliged to attend meetings on matters of public interest from the early hours to rule on appropriate punishments and executions. He would also receive a steady stream of delegates to discuss policies and sign official orders. To add to his daily pressures, eunuchs and officials who did not always have his best interests at heart supervised the emperor’s routine. Surely, it wasn’t always a period of fun and frolic.
The biggest task of an emperor was to produce heirs (this might be his favorite part of the job!). According Confucian values, it was deemed vital for the emperor; seen as heaven’s representative on Earth, to produce a direct male heir to maintain harmony between heaven and Earth. Not wanting to leave anything to chance during a period with a high infant mortality rate, the world’s largest harem was placed at the emperor’s disposal to ensure enough heirs would survive into adulthood. After all, the average life span of all emperors was about 39 years and quite a significant number of them never saw the age of 10.
Sounds onerous! So in order to keep up with all these daunting tasks, a wise emperor needed to maintain his vigor, vitality and overall fundamental functions, otherwise, he would drop dead like many other emperors did. He had to rely on a team of elite Imperial TCM Physicians selected from the whole country. Imperial TCM always played a leading role in the research and development of medicine, and represented the highest medical quality. The methods and techniques of Imperial TCM were held in high regard and with knowledge of the most efficacious medicinal substances and herbs for curing diseases and maintaining health.
The holy grail of Tibetan medicine! Wild Cordyceps was wildly known to be used by ancient Chinese emperors and wealthy families to maintain their vitality. It was revered as highly as gold due to its scarcity because it can only be found in the Himalayan Mountains of Tibet and its surrounding areas. It thrives only during the spring season at a 4,000-meter altitude. The remains of the insect and fungi were hand-collected, dried and used for centuries to treat fatigue, sickness, kidney disease, low sex drive, improve lung function and for overall vitality. No wonder, this Tibetan mushroom-like fungus is one of the most prized compounds in Traditional Chinese Medicine and can cost over $10,000 per kilo in today’s market.
It is important to note though that Wild Cordyceps, like other wild species, if taken away from their natural habitat, can become unstable and or lose its potency in a matter of weeks. So how did the ancient Chinese people bring their harvest from Tibet back to Beijing (distance of over 2,000 km)? Relay! Realizing that they will be running against time and it would take months for a single envoy to travel back to homeland, they instead, stationed horses every 50 km along the trail, which allowed for fresh legs and faster travel time. This ingenious idea enabled them to deliver their precious cargo in approximately 10-20 days.
Luckily, we have more efficient and better delivery methods today. We don’t have to rely on an armada of horses just to get our hands on these wonderful species. But a question remains. How can we make sure of its potency and stability at an extended period of time?
Using proprietary NANO Technology, Chi’s Enterprises is able to consistently purify, isolate and stabilize the active fraction in the Wild Cordyceps, making each capsule of Super-X extremely potent even at an extended shelf life.
SUPER-X is uniquely formulated to improve the function of the Hjpothalamus-pituitary axis (HPA), the area of the brain that controls sexual functions, energy and emotions. When the HPA is properly stimulated, it can result to improved level of confidence, libido, mental clarity and overall well being, making you feel and look younger and vibrant. Panax Ginseng and Epimedium were also infused into each capsule of Super-X. These two special herbs are widely known to help increase energy and improve coronary blood flow, making Super-X a complete vitality booster.
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