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Lions Mane Mushroom Capsules

Lions Mane Mushroom Capsules


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500mg Lions Mane root extract in every vegan friendly capsule. 180 capsules per pot is a equivalent to 90-day supply

Product Benefits

+ Promotes mental clarity & concentration
+ Supports nervous system
+ Encourages a balanced mood


500mg Lions Mane

How to use

Take 2 capsule per day with water

Safety Instructions

Do not exceed the suggested dose. Not suitable for persons under the age of 18. Keep out of reach of children. Consult your doctor before taking if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking prescription medication or under medical advice. Food supplements should not replace a healthy lifestyle and balanced diet.

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Lions mane, scientifically known as Hericium Erinaceus, is a mushroom that has been used for centuries as both a popular cooking ingredient and medicinal supplement, particularly in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Buddhist monks were said to have used Lion’s Mane mushroom powder as a tea to enhance brain power and heighten their focus during meditation.

Commonly referred to as “The Smart Mushroom”, Lions mane is a favoured choice for those suffering with brain fog and lack of concentration as research indicates the mushroom can help the recovery of nerve cells in the brain and may enhance cognitive function. It also contains two bioactive compounds (hericenones and erinacines) that contribute to brain cell growth making it a popular nootropic worldwide.

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Lion's Mane Benefits

May reduce mild depression and anxiety symptoms

Lion's mane appears to have anti-depressant effects due to its ability to enhance neurotransmitters in the hippocampus and decrease brain inflammation. It also encourages the growth of new brain cells, which may account for its anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects.

May speed recovery from nervous system injuries

Lion’s mane appears to help quicken the healing from brain trauma, spinal cord injury, or brain damage caused by stroke. This fungus may also promote nerve cell growth and repair, shortening recovery duration.

May lower the risk of heart disease

Lion's mane extract may enhance fat metabolism and reduce triglyceride levels, both of which are risk factors for heart disease. It also appears to inhibit cholesterol oxidation in the blood. The component Hericenone B, which slows down blood clotting and lowers the risk of heart attack and stroke, is also found in lion's mane mushrooms.

May reduce oxidative stress and inflammation

Lion’s mane mushrooms appear to have potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant substances that could lessen the severity of certain diseases caused by inflammation and stress such as cancer, heart disease, and autoimmune diseases

May strengthen the immune system

Lion's mane mushrooms may boost the immune system by increasing the activity of the intestinal immune system, which serves as the body's defence against infections that enter through the mouth and nose.

May improve cognitive function

Lion’s mane mushrooms appear to help boost memory, stimulate the growth of new neurons, and protect brain cells. It also seems to aid the formation of myelin sheaths, and the removal of amyloid plaque, a protein that kills healthy neurons. Antioxidants found in lion’s mane may also stop inflammation or free radicals that cause cellular damage.