We have been engaged in the business of developing and marketing products that promote wellness and a healthy lifestyle since 2017. Our initial business plan was to build a family waterpark in a state-of-the-art designed aquatic center in several locations throughout the Hawaiian Islands. We were not able to develop this business and we did not generate any revenues in this business. Following a change of control on January 30, 2017, resulting from the sale by the then principal stockholder of 36,000,000 shares of common stock, constituting all of his stock and 76.3% of the then outstanding common stock, we discontinued our efforts to develop aquatic centers. Our business to date has involved purchase products from two suppliers and selling these products to two unrelated customers.
Our first sale was made in September 2017. All of our sales to date have been sales of cordyceps related products and, commencing in the second quarter of the year ended September 30, 2018, metallothionein MT-3 elizer. We may also seek to market other products which we see as complimentary to our present products.
Cordyceps is a fungus that is used in traditional Chinese medicine. Cordyceps sinensis has been described as a medicine in old Chinese medical books and Tibetan medicine. It is a rare combination of a caterpillar and a fungus and found at altitudes above 4500m in Sikkim. According to the Journal of Ayuveda and Integrative Medicine, the fungus is parasitic in nature. The base of the mushroom first originates from an insect larval host and ends at the club-like cap, including the stipe and stroma. The fruit body is dark brown to black, and the root of organism, the larval body pervaded by the mycelium, is yellowish to brown color. The immature larvae (host) on which cordyceps grows usually lies about 6 inches below the surface of the ground. As the fungus approaches maturity, it consumes more than 90% of the infected insect effectively mummifying its host. Local folk practitioners use the product alone or in combination with other medicinal herbs to treat various diseases. However, the effectiveness of Cordyceps sinensis, either alone or with other medicinal herbs, has not been shown as effective in double blind tests, and it has not been subject to the type of testing that would be required for prescription medication. As a result, in the United States we cannot make any claims as to specific health benefits.