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CORDY JUIZE was formulated using the latest biotechnology combining world international patented tissue cultured CORDYCEPS, 20 FUNCTIONAL FRUITS and HEXAGONAL TECHNOLOGY.

- High Anti-Oxidant & Anti-Inflammatory.

- Controls liver, lung and kidney dysfunction, resists respiratory problem, arrests lassitude and pains of loins and knees as well as reduces severity of nocturia.

- Prevents tumor activity and promotes cardiovascular health.
- Improve respiratory syatem.
- Improve blood circulation and regulates blood pressure. 
- Strengthening the immune system in order enhance longevity.
- Improve Male & Female sexual disorder (impotence / menopause) 
- Protects against free radical damage and oxidative stress. Slows down the effect of aging. 
- Increases vitality and stamina.
- Reduce high cholesterol disease
- Improve recovery from illness
- Improve mental alertness & clarity.

Cordyceps is known as “legendary treasure of the East”. Cordyceps in Chinese called “Winter Worm, Summer Grass”, belongs to the family of fungus. As the name implies, Cordyceps is a caterpillar in Winter which evolves into a “grass” in summer. The fungus is parasitic on the larva of the bat moth. It invades the body of caterpillar when it is hibernating  during winter and consumes its soft tissue. Finally, the caterpillar dies. During summer, the stroma which is about 3-5 cm long, grows from the head of the larva. The normal range of this fungus is above 2000 meters elevation and it has been found as high as 6,000 meters.
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Acai Berry
High levels of dietary fiber • High levels of essential amino acids and trace minerals • High levels of plant sterols • Essential fatty acids ratio that resembles olive oil • Protein profile similar to eggs • Very low sugar content • High levels of antioxidants

Purple grapes contain resveratrol, the potent antioxidant found in red wine and other grape products that have been making headlines around the world. 

Acerola thrives in the sandy soils. They are rich in both antioxidants and a range of important vitamins.

Bilberry fruit and its extracts contain a number of biologically active components, including a class of compounds called anthocyanosides which are potent antioxidants.

At 72mg of vitamin C per 100 grams of flesh, lychees are a very good source for this essential vitamin, as well as potassium and other nutrients.

Passion Fruit
Passion fruit is rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber, including: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and sulphur and B Vitamins.

Bananas are a common supermarket fruit and are often taken for granted (few realize the health benefits bananas bring to them). Bananas are the ONLY fruit that comes not from trees or bushes but from large plants that are giant herbs and are related to the lily and orchid family.

Apricots provide a rich assortment of antioxidants and are abundant with soluble fiber, beta-carotene, magnesium, iron, phosphorous, potassium and Vitamin C. They also include a natural salicylate.

Prunes are dried plums, rich in minerals and phenols, plus they have an extremely high ORAC value.

Kiwi fruit contains abundant phytonutrients and has gained fame as a delicious source of ample amounts of vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin C, trace minerals and dietary fiber.  

Goji Berry
Lycopene was originally extracted from tomatoes and it is a form of carotene. Helps inhibit tumours, slows down ageing and prevents cancer of the prostate gland.

Mangosteens have been nicknamed “the queen of fruits”. It is rich in Xanthones which is more potent in terms of anti-oxidation compared to Vitamins C and E. Helps to elevate the immune system and inhibit free radicals.

Blueberry has been nicknamed “the king of berries”.It significantly improves eyesight, relieves fatigue of the eyes and prevents senile dementia.

Cranberry is rich in bioflavonoid.For the prevention of infection of the urinary tract, preventing adherence of E. coli on the walls of the urinary tract and preventing the formation of plaque on teeth.

Grape Seed + Pine Bark
Grape seed and pine bark are rich in OPC – Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins.They effectively remove free radicals, resist cancer, protect blood vessels, prevent wrinkles and keep the skin elastic and smooth.

Hawthorn Berry
Hawthorn berry is also known as red fruit and it is rich in vitamins C and carotene.It prevents arteriosclerosis and cardio-vascular ailments.

Roselle is rich in Vitamins C and A.It is a natural diuretic which helps to reduce blood pressure and promote healthy and beautiful skin with beauty effects.

Tomato (Lycopene)
Lycopene was originally extracted from tomatoes and it is a form of carotene.Helps inhibit tumours, slows down ageing and prevents cancer of the prostate gland.

Pomegranate contains various types of amino acids and trace elements as well as Vitamin B complex.It softens blood vessels, reduces blood lipids, blood sugar and cholesterol. It also improves indigestion.

Green Tea
Green tea contains the strong antioxidant Epigallocatechin gallate – EGCG.It resists ageing, acts as an disinfectant, slims down the body, reduces fats, prevents cancer, whitens skin and prevents harm caused by ultra violet rays.

Hexagonal Water is formed when 6 Hydrogen Bonds come together and form an organized pattern in the shape of a hexagon which a crystal-like structure.           
Dr. Mu Shik Jhon explains that 100% hexagonally structured water has a huge capacity to store energy which can be released immediately when it is utilized by living organism.It is able to carry signals and transfer information with greater efficiency.
It appears to be the key to faster hydration, enhanced energy transfer protein and DNA stability, and the enhancement of numerous metabolic processes.
Every cell in our body has “docking stations” called receptor sites. For optimum absorption of nutrients, water molecules need to have a particular molecular shape in order to hook up to these receptor sites (much like a key that fits the right lock) & communicate using energetic vibrations thus allowing nutrients to be carried into the cell instantly and at the same time toxins to be transported out of the cell.

CORDY CAFÉ coffee was made from a unique blend of high quality Arabica coffee beans enriched with cordyceps. Start your morning with a fresh cup of CORDY CAFÉcoffee. Its delightful aroma is enough to freshen you up, making you feel more energetic and rejuvenated.
20 health benefits of coffee: -

Cut the Risk of Heart Disease by 25% for Women

A study by Esther Lopez-Garcia of Universidad Autonoma de Madrid reported that women who drink two to three cups of coffee per day had a 25 percent lower risk of death from heart disease and a smaller decreased risk was also seen for men.  

Cut the Risk of Diabetes by 60%

Coffee contains antioxidants, including a group of compounds called quinines which in a study to lab rats, its increased sensitivity improves the body’s response to insulin.

Cut the Risk of Dementia by 65%

A research suggested that coffee may cut the risk of dementia by blocking the damage cholesterol can inflict on the body

Cut the Risk of Colon Cancer by 50%

A 12-year study on Japanese women found that drinking 3 or more cups of coffee per day may actually halve the risk of developing colon cancer

Lowered Risk of Advanced Prostate Cancer

In a 20-year study of 50,000 men, it shows that 6 cups of coffee per day has the lowered risk of advanced prostate cancer

Lowered Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease by 65%

A study of 1,400 middle-aged Finns shows that 5 cups of coffee per day can lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by 65%

Cut the Risk of Cirrhosis by 80%

A study showed out of 125,000 coffee drinkers that one cup of coffee per day cut the risk of alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver by twenty percent. Four cups per day reduced the risk by eighty percent

Cut the Risk of Gallstones by Almost 50%

Men who drink at least 2 cups of coffee per day may reduce their risk of developing gallstones by 40 percent, and women showed a twenty-five percent lower risk of gallstone development. Those who drank more than four cups had a 45% lower risk

Cut the Risk of Stroke by 43% for Women

A study of 83,000 nurses who have never smoked shows that 4 cups of coffee per day can reduce the risk of stroke by 43%

Cut the Risk of Parkinson’s Disease by 80%

At least six studies indicate that people who drink coffee on a regular basis are up to 80% less likely to develop Parkinson’s

Lowered the Risk of Committing Suicide by 60% for Women

A 10-year study of 86,000 women shows that 2 cups of coffee per day can reduced the likelihood to commit suicide by 60%

High Level of Antioxidants

Antioxidants help your body repair damage to cells caused by free radicals

Keep You Awake and Alert

Coffee can boost concentration and therefore makes you more alert and awake

Protect You from Cold

Caffeine acts as decongestant as it opens narrowed bronchial tubes

Asthma Relief

Manage asthma and even control attacks when medication is unavailable

Headache Relief

Caffeine is often use as a medicine to treat headaches, especially migraine and cluster headaches

Pain Relief

Two cups of brewed coffee may reduce post-exercise muscle pain by up to forty-eight percent. In fact, a report in the Archives of Internal Medicine, have shown that adding about 65 milligrams of caffeine to aspirin, ibuprofen or acetaminophen increases pain relief by around 40 percent

Boost Mood

Moderate intake of caffeine boosts energy and cuts depression, thanks to dopamine

Boost Athleticism

Caffeine in coffee is a powerful aid in enhancing athletic endurance and performance. So powerful, caffeine in coffee or other forms was deemed a “controlled” substance by the Olympic Games Committee

Prevent Dental Cavities

A compound called Trigonelline, which gives coffee its aroma and bitter taste, have both antibacterial andanti-adhesive properties to help prevent dental cavities from forming

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