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This exotic tea has been the bridge between the exceptional and the elite. Notoriously used at the 1993 Chinese National Games, the Chinese Women Track and Field team shattered 9 world records.    . The secret? Well-known for centuries, the Cordyceps sinensis mushroom is a dried fungus that grows on caterpillar larvae native to the harsh environment of Tibet and Nepal.
new generation of business and its demands
Gone are the days where we can find a comfortable 9-5 office job and expect a fulfilling lifestyle. In the words of Maslow, Self Realization is in. It's an endeavor that costs us our health and relationships, which I believe take priority. Where do we find the time to both achieve self-mastery and have dreams to realize, but also maintain our health and relationships to enjoy every moment - after all life is all about the journey.
Cutting edge quality
When it comes to quality, we believe the very best matters. Our company is poised in a unique position to control the production of our teas from family owned farm to sourcing online and to the very best retailers. Our products are 100% USDA Certified Organic.
With Mycology becoming an emerging science and an art, we want to set the standard. Our products are optimized for their D-Mannitol, Cordecepin, Vitamin and Mineral content. Read more about the science of Tea Rex Cordyceps here.
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- Asian Continental Records. Asian Athletics Association (2011-05-19. Retrieved on 2013-03-29.
- Chinese Athletics Records - Women Outdoor. Athletics.org.cn. Retrieved on 2013-03-29.