lion’s mane – lion’s mane mushroom
Lion’s Mane, Hericium erinaceus is a beautiful non psycho-active mushroom that is in use for centuries as a stimulant for health and brain and just as food. The mushrooms resembles the manes of a lion, hence the name. The mushroom4life capsules contain high quality and organic Lion’s Mane.
lion’s mane jellyfish – Contents
60 capsules of Lion’s Mane Capsules Hericium erinaceus.
- 85% = Full-spectrum biomass of mycelium and young fruiting bodies grown on organic brown rice under nature-identical conditions to provide a higher yield of a wide range of key active nutrients.
- 15% = Pure fruiting body to provide a superior level of bio-available beta glucans and more specific nutrients.
lion’s mane mushrooms – Ingredients
- Organic Lions Mane (Hericium erinaceus) biomass
- Organic Lions Mane (Hericium erinaceus) fruiting body
- vegetable cellulose capsule (Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose. *Non-organic
This product is naturally gluten, dairy and soya free. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
2 Capsules Provide:
- Organic Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus) biomass 850mg .Full spectrum biomass containing mycelium and young fruiting bodies
- Organic Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus) 150mg. Pure fruiting body
What is Lion’s Mane
Lion’s Mane, also known as Yamabushitake, is in use since the time of the ancient Chinese. More it’s growing in popularity as a natural nootropic, smart drug. It’s scientific name is Hericium Erinaceus. Lion’s mane, is native to China, Japan, North America, and Europe.
Lion’s Mane has been around for centuries. It was originally used as a tonic and health treatment and was traditionally prescribed as a general restorative. However, ancient physicians recognized the effects lion’s mane had on the brain and used the mushroom to treat what are now classified as neurodegenerative diseases.
How to use Lion’s Mane
Adults take 2 capsules, 1-3 times a day with or without food.
Try it: Add a spoonful ofto your cup of for an antioxidant-packed cup of energy and mental clarity.
Microdosing Lion’s Mane
Some choose to inibit Lion’s Mane in their microdosing routine. Adding Lion’s mane ( 50-200 mg) to a tiny dose of magic mushrooms (0,5 mg) and Niacin, vitamin B3 (101-200 mg). This way of micrdosing is know as the Stamets Stack. Paul Stamets is an known mycologist, he mentioned this way of microdosing in an lecture. Calling it a stacking formula for epigenetic neurogenesis. Taking this stack 5 times in a row and then 2 days off (Staments 2017)
Mushrooms4life was founded by world renowned researcher and author Martin Powell as part of his mission to expand the availability of high quality organic mushroom supplements at affordable prices.
Mushrooms4life takes great care to use only the highest quality raw materials, carefully selected to deliver the full activity of each mushroom.
They never use any binders, additives, artificial ingredients or chemicals in their products and they source all the mushrooms directly from vetted expert growers so you can be sure you are getting the highest quality supplement with the most beneficial properties.
Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose. This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet, and a healthy lifestyle. If you are nursing, pregnant or considering pregnancy, you should consult your healthcare practitioner prior to using this product.
Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. Keep out of the reach of young children.
The brain’s ability to grow and form new connections typically declines with age, which may explain why mental functioning gets worse in many older adults (3Trusted Source).
Studies have found that lion’s mane mushrooms contain two special compounds that can stimulate the growth of brain cells: hericenones and erinacines (4Trusted Source).
Additionally, animal studies have found that lion’s mane may help protect against Alzheimer’s disease, a degenerative brain disease that causes progressive memory loss.
In fact, lion’s mane mushroom and its extracts have been shown to reduce symptoms of memory loss in mice, as well as prevent neuronal damage caused by amyloid-beta plaques, which accumulate in the brain during Alzheimer’s disease (5Trusted Source, 6Trusted Source, 7Trusted Source, 8Trusted Source).
While no studies have analyzed whether lion’s mane mushroom is beneficial for Alzheimer’s disease in humans, it appears to boost mental functioning.
A study in older adults with mild cognitive impairment found that consuming 3 grams of powdered lion’s mane mushroom daily for four months significantly improved mental functioning, but these benefits disappeared when supplementation stopped (9Trusted Source).
The ability of lion’s mane mushroom to promote nerve growth and protect the brain from Alzheimer’s-related damage may explain some of its beneficial effects on brain health.
However, it’s important to note that most of the research has been conducted in animals or in test tubes. Therefore, more human studies are needed.