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Lion’s mane

 

Lion’s mane (Hericium erinaceus), known in Japan as “the priest from the mountains,” is a well-researched mushroom that has been found to have some important bioactive compounds that seem to stimulate nerve growth factor (NGF) within the brain. NGF’s are proteins that are mainly responsible for the development, maintenance/repair, and survival of the brain. Lion’s mane appears to improve blood flow, which brings more oxygen to the brain. All of these factors may boost memory, improve focus, and bring mental clarity.

Lion’s mane

 

Lion’s mane (Hericium erinaceus), known in Japan as “the priest from the mountains,” is a well-researched mushroom that has been found to have some important bioactive compounds that seem to stimulate nerve growth factor (NGF) within the brain. NGF’s are proteins that are mainly responsible for the development, maintenance/repair, and survival of the brain. Lion’s mane appears to improve blood flow, which brings more oxygen to the brain. All of these factors may boost memory, improve focus, and bring mental clarity.

Effects

 

The antioxidants found in Lion’s Mane seem to help neutralize free radicals and help prevent and relieve the oxidative stress caused by poor nutrition and exposure to chemicals in the environment. Antioxidants are known to support overall cellular health, and since energy transport takes place between your cells, the more antioxidants you have in your diet, the easier it is for your body to produce energy.

 

Lion’s Mane mushrooms are found in late summer to fall on dead or dying hardwood trees, especially oak and beech. They grow in North America, China, Japan, and Europe.

Effects

 

The antioxidants found in Lion’s Mane seem to help neutralize free radicals and help prevent and relieve the oxidative stress caused by poor nutrition and exposure to chemicals in the environment. Antioxidants are known to support overall cellular health, and since energy transport takes place between your cells, the more antioxidants you have in your diet, the easier it is for your body to produce energy.

 

Lion’s Mane mushrooms are found in late summer to fall on dead or dying hardwood trees, especially oak and beech. They grow in China, Japan, North America and Europe.

Focus * Brain Health * Energy * Athletic recovery * Antioxidant

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Focus * Brain Health * Energy * Athletic recovery * Antioxidant

* Anxiety

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