Learn About Lion's Mane

      Hericium erinaceus

      Nature's powerful remedy for brain health

      Lion's mane has been used for more than 2,000 years in traditional Chinese medicine.

      Traditionally, lion's mane was used in tonics to support overall health and wellbeing. 

      Lion's mane mushroom is jam-packed with healthy nutrients, fiber, and bioactive and adaptogenic compounds. This is why commercial farms started growing it at scale in the late 1980s. 

      Lions mane in a cracked tree

      Around the same time, studies from China on the medicinal applications of lion's mane for gastritis and other ailments.

      In 2001 its immunoenhancing effects began being studied in earnest, but mostly in animals like mice.

      Today there are a number of clinical trials using lion's mane to evaluate its applications for hearing impairment, Parkinson's disease, depression, and cognitive impairment. 

      But that's not all. Lion's mane is also a gourmet mushroom. It's an absolutely delicious substitute for crab meat. Sautee lion's mane with a bit of butter and salt for the perfect addition to any dish. *chefs kiss*

      Keep reading for more about this incredible functional mushroom. 

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