Lion’s Mane, a mushroom long revered in Eastern herbalism to support brain health, has recently been recognized as a nootropic, which means it helps activate and clear the mind for optimal cognitive performance.‡
Enhanced Adaptogens: Rhodiola has been traditionally used by healthy world-class athletes to give them a competitive edge by helping to ward off fatigue, promote physical endurance, and support peak cognitive function.‡ To help you stay smart, Bacopa monnieri, an Aryuvedic herb, is also included for its ability to maintain a healthy brain.‡
Lion's Mane is a functional mushroom traditionally consumed as a food or supplement to the diet for its abiltity to support long-term cognitive health. The fruiting body of Lion's Mane has a white long shaggy-rug appearance, hence its name. The mycelial portion of Lion's Mane, which is unseen to the eye because it is a the underground root system that nourishes and produces the fruiting bodyed is a rich source of the unique compounds associated with this mushrooms brain health benefits.‡
Lion's Mane is a functional mushroom traditionally consumed as a food or supplement to the diet for its abiltity to support long-term cognitive health. Emerging research continues to show how Lion's Mane is beneficial for the brain because it targets and delivers beneficial compounds that help maintain an already healthy inflammatory response, which is important as we age.‡
The fruiting body of Lion's Mane, the white shaggy and delicate matrix can be eaten. In fact, it is considered a delicacy in some Asian cultures and revered for its resemblance to lobster meat.
Though Lion's Mane is generally well-tolerated, even in higher doses, It is recommended to avoid consuming Lion's Mane if you are pregnant, due to the lack of scientific studies in this area.
Please consult with a veterinarian doctor before allowing a dog to consume lion's mane or any mushroom grown in the wild.
Please consult with a veterinarian doctor before allowing a cat to consume lion's mane or any mushroom grown in the wild.
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