Latin Name: Hericium Erinaceus
Appearance: Brown yellow powder
Test Method: UV
Part used: Fruiting body and mycelium
USA warehouses: 500kg in stock
Certificate: KOSHER, KOSHER, ISO9001, ISO22000
Lions mane extract powder gets its name from how much the unique mushroom resembles a lion’s mane. It is original an edible mushroom that has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for its powerful cognitive-boosting abilities. This mushroom is grown on hardwood logs, from where the fruiting mushroom is harvested and water extracted to produce a deeply potent tonic powder. The flavor is earthy and savory and works well in warm tonic beverages, soups and other savory applications. When used as a supplement, Lion’s Mane is thought to enhance mental clarity, support focus, and protect memory. As an adaptogen, it has become well-known for enhancing mood and lowering stress.
This product is activated, freeze-dried, and certified organic mycelium, with a full spectrum of constituents: polysaccharides (beta glucans, arabinoxylans, glucose, xylose, galactose, and mannose), glycoproteins, ergosterols, triterpenoids, and other myco-nutrients, which are essential for Supporting Natural Immunity.
1. Lion’s mane mushroom is excellent food with high protein, low fat, and rich in minerals and vitamins.
2. It contains unsaturated fatty acids, which can reduce blood cholesterol and triglyceride content, regulate blood lipids, and benefit blood circulation. It is an ideal food for cardiovascular patients.
3. The polysaccharides, polypeptides and fatty substances extracted from Lions mane mushroom can inhibit the synthesis of genetic material in cancer cells, thereby preventing and treating digestive tract cancer and other malignant tumors.
4. It also contains a variety of amino acids and rich polysaccharides, which can help digestion and have remarkable curative effects on gastrointestinal diseases such as gastritis, gastric cancer, esophageal cancer, gastric ulcer, and duodenal ulcer.
5. Lions mane extract also has the function of improving body immunity, which can delay aging.
6. The use of lions mane mushroom is a good adjuvant therapy for mild insomnia.
1 teaspoon or about 1500mg is the daily recommended dose. According to studies, taking vitamin C together with the mushroom extract would help the body absorb it fully. It is also advised to drink lots of water throughout the day when you take the mushroom extract.
Lions mane extract is generally considered safe and healthy. As with any medicinal plant, lion’s mane can interact with supplements or medications as side effects. Lion’s mane supplements may increase your risk of bleeding if you are taking anticoagulants or antiplatelet medicines (warfarin or aspirin). That’s because lion’s mane contains a plant compound called helenone B, this compound might inhibit blood clotting. In addition, consuming lion’s mane mushrooms with certain anti-diabetic medications or ingredients (such as garlic, plantain, and ginseng) can increase the risk of low blood sugar.