Cordyceps militaris is cultivated on grain substrates in labs and is more potent than the Cordyceps sinensis found in the wild. The majority of Cordyceps on the world market is cultivated by Liquid Culture Fermentation taking about five days until harvest. Approximately 90% of the bioactive compounds are in the liquid that is discarded after the mycelium is harvested. We use a highly superior solid-substrate method which takes 45 days. All the compounds are captured. We supply Cordyceps as freeze dried powder.