... by using cordyseps
I have to go with science on this one: "Physical performance
Tests in animals, such as the mouse swim test, generally showed increased time to exhaustion. Unpublished data on studies in elderly volunteers revealed increased energy levels and oxygen-carrying capacity following 6 weeks of cordyceps treatment over placebo. 2 , 4 However, small, randomized, double-blind clinical trials in healthy volunteers and in athletes REPORTED NO EFFECT on aerobic capacity, endurance, or performance." and no proper clinical trials have been conducted that leads to a specific use.
It has been found to have no kidney toxicity at doses of 3-6 grams per day. Source, drugs.com: https://www.drugs.com/npp/cordyceps.html
Unpublished data is no better than hearsay and I would put those results down to the placebo effect.
I seriously doubt that you can leave your oxygen behind, especially if you need more than an oxygen enricher/generator can produce.
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