The Magic of Lion's Mane

New to the world of lion's mane? It's a mushroom that has been used for centuries. In fact, it has been used in China for around 4,000 years as a medicinal herb. Here are some basic questions answered about this beneficial fungus:

What is Lion's Mane?

Lion's Mane mushrooms are a type of edible mushroom that grows on the ground. They're native to Japan, China, and Korea—and they're also known as Hericium erinaceus. As the Japanese name suggests (shishi-takami), it can resemble a lion's mane or even an ogre's head! That said, they're not tough to spot: Their texture is smooth, with bumps here and there (kinda like your brother).

What are the benefits of Lion's Mane?

Lion's Mane is a mushroom that has been used for centuries as a medicinal mushroom. It's known to have anti-aging properties, which may help reduce anxiety and depression. Lion's Mane can also help improve memory and sleep quality, as well as overall cognition.

How do you take Lion's Mane?

Let's start with the basics: how much and how often should you take lion's mane?

The recommended daily dose of lion's mane is 1-1.5 grams per day, taken as a powder mixed into food or drink. You can use it in its dried form or as a tincture, but note that the latter will have a lower potency than the former.

As for how long to continue using this mushroom extract, we recommend taking it for no more than eight weeks at a time—this is because prolonged use may result in some unwanted side effects . However, if you're experiencing serious health concerns such as depression or cognitive decline from age-related neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer's disease and dementia, then keep taking lion's mane until your symptoms improve—and consult your doctor about whether any changes are needed.

If you're looking for an all-natural way to boost your brain health and improve your mood, then look no further than lion’s mane. It’s been used for centuries as a medicinal mushroom in Asia and Europe, but now it's being studied as a potential treatment for anxiety, depression, Alzheimer's disease and other cognitive disorders. You can purchase lion’s mane supplements online or at your local health food store; however, you can also get lion’s mane in your diet by using our microdose shots - It’s a great way to start your day.

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