Cordyceps - Caterpillar Fungus by Hawlik
From the highlands of Tibet
In the Tibetan highlands where it is at home, cordyceps sinensis has been popular for ages – not only for humans but also for animals. The shepherds noticed the potential of the Cordyceps after their sheep grazed on it. After noticing that the sheep possessed incredible resistance to disease, longevity and fertility, the Cordyceps became a popular tonic and aphrodisiac.