What are lion’s mane mushrooms?

Lion’s mane mushrooms get their name from their large, white, shaggy appearance, which resembles, yes, you guessed it, a full-grown lion’s mane. Also known as Hericium erinaceus, their distinctive, pom-pom-like appearance makes these mushrooms easy to identify. 

Covered in hair-like strands, lion’s mane mushrooms are edible fungi that grow on the trunks of dead hardwood trees across North America, Asia, and Europe.

Lion’s mane mushroom might improve nerve development and function. It might also protect nerves from becoming damaged. It also seems to help protect the lining in the stomach.

People use lion’s mane mushroom for Alzheimer disease, dementia, stomach problems, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.

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Lion’s mane mushrooms are packed full of plant compounds and are low in calories and salt, making them a great addition to many of your favourite recipes. They often come in many forms, like fresh, dried, powdered, and even as supplements.

Some of this supplements include : mushroom capsules , mushroom powder , mushroom for pets , mushroom coffee and mushroom gummies.

Lion’s mane can help with

  • cognition
  • memory
  • concentration
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Lion’s mane supplements

 

Fresh lion’s mane mushrooms will likely hold the most potential benefits, but you can also shop these mushrooms in supplement form.

From powders to capsules, many different forms of lion’s mane mushroom supplements are on the market. So, why not try a lion’s mane latte for a mid-morning pick-me-up or add a lion’s mane supplement to your vitamin routine? 

Just make sure you always take the correct dosage as stated on the label and stop taking the supplements if you have a reaction or feel unwell. You should also check with a doctor before you start taking these supplements to ensure you’re safe. 

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Lion’s Mane – A Functional Mushroom

Lion’s Mane is characterized as a functional mushroom for its vast array of potential health benefits. Some other well-known varieties of functional mushrooms include Reishi, Chaga, Turkey Tail, Cordyceps, Maitake, and Shiitake.

Lion’s Mane is rising through the ranks of its peers because of its wide range of benefits, including supporting a healthy inflammation response and boosting brain function, which makes it a very attractive option for those looking to add a mushroom supplement as part of a healthy lifestyle.

However, before exploring Lion’s Mane’s potential and making it part of your daily routine, it is important to understand the potential benefits to your health and how to find a mushroom powder supplement that will be of high enough quality to actually deliver these benefits. There are many supplements on the market of less-than-pristine quality that will not provide your body with the bioavailable potency of these mushrooms.

Lion’s Mane Dosage

The recommended dosage for adults is 1/2 or 1 gram per day but always check with your health care provider before starting any new supplement.

Lion’s Mane – A Nootropic With Brain Benefits

Any substance or supplement that can enhance brain performance can be classified as a nootropic. “Nootropic” is a word that has come into popular parlance in recent years as the supplement industry has increased its focus on identifying natural and synthetic substances that can be taken orally for improving memory, focus, and cognition. However, even a simple and widely used substance such as caffeine can be considered a nootropic, because it boosts brain function.

Lion’s Mane has a long history of being used as a brain-boosting supplement. Chinese Buddhist monks used Lion’s Mane powder in their tea, claiming it helped them focus in their meditation and increase overall brain power. Modern science has set out to examine the validity of these claims and is finding promising results.

Lion’s Mane Nerve Growth Factor (NGF)

Lion’s Mane can help in supporting the health of nerve tissue. Animal studies show that Lion’s Mane compounds can help promote the growth of nerve tissue and support motor function. These benefits are linked to increased production of nerve growth factor (NGF), a compound that maintains the health of neurons in our brains

How to Take Lion’s Mane Extracts

Mushrooms offers two Lion’s Mane products, one in capsule form and one in loose powder form.

Lion’s Mane Capsules

Mushrooms’ organic Lion’s Mane capsules are loaded with powder that is extracted for maximum potency and made of the pure, organic fruiting-body. The ease of taking capsules makes this option a popular choice, since the dosages are pre-measured.

We recommend taking 2 capsules daily for health maintenance.

Lion’s Mane Powder

Mushrooms’ Lion’s Mane mushroom powder is made from the mushroom (fruiting body) to ensure maximum efficacy. This creates a product rich in medicinal compounds that we are proud of and this powdered form is very convenient.

Here are some easy and fun ways to add Lion’s Mane powder into your daily routine:

  • Stir it in your morning coffee, tea, or hot chocolate (click here for some mushroom coffee)
  • Add it to a mushroom broth or soup for a nutritious lunch or dinner
  • Make it the star ingredient of a raw vegan chocolate cake
  • Add it to your morning smoothie to start your day with a boost
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