The paece go electrolyte drink with the vital mushroom Cordyceps for more endurance, focus, performance and muscle function

The paece go electrolyte drink was specially developed for endurance athletes. Thanks to the adaptogenic effect of the endurance mushroom Cordyceps with the optimal combination of important vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates, paece go helps to achieve more endurance, focus, performance and muscle function – before and during sports.

I have used paece go intensively as part of my Ironman preparation and I am thrilled. I can keep my performance constant, even during long and intensive sessions. Fatigue sets in significantly later. It is also great that paece go is not too sweet and does not have an intensive taste of its own. A great energy booster for all units.

Claudia O. (Triathlethe)

The benefits of cordyceps


The number of studies about the positive benefits of the vital mushroom Cordyceps are constantly increasing. Among them are also numerous proofs for the performance-enhancing effect of the vital mushroom:

Holliday John, Cleaver Matt (2008): Medicinal Value of the Caterpillar Fungi Species of the Genus Cordyceps (Fr.) Link (Ascomycetes). A Review. International J of Medicinal Mushrooms. 10(3):219–234.10.1615/IntJMedMushr.v10.i3.30. DOI:10.1615/IntJMedMushr.v10.i3.30.

Katie R. Hirsch, et al. (2017): Cordyceps militaris Improves Tolerance to High-Intensity Exercise After Acute and Chronic Supplementation. Journal of Dietary Supplements.Jan 2; 14(1): 42–53. doi: 10.1080/19390211.2016.1203386

Rajesh Kumar et al. (2011): Cordyceps sinensis promotes exercise endurance capacity of rats by activating skeletal muscle metabolic regulators.Journal Ethnopharmacology. Jun 14;136(1):260-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jep.2011.04.040.

Wesley David Dudgeon, et. al. (2018): The Effects of High and Low-Dose Cordyceps Militaris-Containing Mushroom Blend Supplementation After Seven and Twenty-Eight Days. American Journal of Sports Science; 6(1): 1-7. doi: 10.11648/j.ajss.20180601.11

Steve Chen, M.D et al. (2010): Effect of Cs-4® (Cordyceps sinensis) on Exercise Performance in Healthy Older Subjects: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial. Journal of Alternative Complementary Medicine.May; 16(5): 585–590. doi: 10.1089/acm2009.0226.

Leandro Freire Dos Santos et al. (2012): Cordyceps sinensis biomass produced by submerged fermentation in high-fat diet feed rats normalizes the blood lipid and the low testosterone induced by diet. Excli J.Dec 3;11:767-775.

B M Huang et al (2001): Effects of Cordyceps sinensis on testosterone production in normal mouse Leydig cells. Life Sci-Journal, Oct 19;69(22):2593-602. doi:10.1016/s0024-3205(01)01339-x.

Chih Chao Hsu et al( 2003): In vivo and in vitro stimulatory effects of Cordyceps sinensis on testosterone production in mouse Leydig cells. Life Sci-Journal, Sep 5;73(16):2127-36. doi: 10.1016/s0024-3205(03)00595-2. 

Ying Chang et al (2008): Effect of Cordyceps militaris supplementation on sperm production, sperm motility and hormones in Sprague-Dawley rats. Am J Chin Med.; 36(5):849-59. doi: 10.1142/S0192415X08006296.

Yu-Wen Cheng et al (2012): Extracts of Cordyceps militaris lower blood glucose via the stimulation of cholinergic activation and insulin secretion in normal rats. Phytotherapy Research. Aug; 26(8):1173-7. doi: 10.1002/ptr.3709.

Opeyemi Joshua Olatunji et al (2018): The genus Cordyceps: An extensive review of its traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology. Review. Fitoterapia. Sep;129:293-316. doi: 10.1016/j.fitote.2018.05.010.

Jung S-J et al.(2019): Immunomodulatory effects of a mycelium extract of Cordyceps (Paecilomyces hepiali; CBG-CS-2): a randomized and double-blind clinical trial. BMC Complement Altern Med.19:77; doi.org/10.1186/s12906-019-2483-y.

Known from TCM – optimized for endurance sports


In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), cordyceps has long been Cordyceps has long been of great importance and is and is, especially because of its vitalizing vitalizing properties, it is one of the most important in TCM. According to tradition yak herders in their animals grazing in the Tibetan highlands animals grazing in the Tibetan highlands in comparison with yaks kept elsewhere. This the herdsmen attributed this to the Cordyceps sinensis growing there.