Superfeast Lions Mane is a medicinal mushroom
Cognitive tonic in traditional Chinese Medicine, brain and nerve protection
Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus) is a beautiful mushroom appearing as a white waterfall of cascading icicles on broadleaf trees and logs. Used in the Orient for thousands of years, it is said to give one “nerves of steel and the memory of a lion,” as it is known as a brain- and nervous system-boosting tonic. Lion’s Mane has been used as a herbal tonic for centuries by monks and herbalists to enhance concentration, memory, cognition and nerve growth. Its powerful immune-stimulating effects aid in the healing processes of the body.
Superfeast Lions Mane Mushroom Powdered Extract is a nootropic medicinal mushroom revered for its brain, memory and cognition-enhancing benefits. Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus) has been used for thousands of years in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a brain, nervous system, and cognitive tonic. It is has gained huge popularity recently in the health and biohacking circles as the research pours in about what this mushroom can do to enhance cognitive function and performance.
The presence of nerve-growth-factors in the mushroom extract is especially of significance as researchers uncover ways that the herbs may nourish the nerve tissue and even act as a catalyst for nerve restoration. Used for centuries as a general tonic for overall health, the Lion’s Mane mushroom is native to China, Japan, North America, and Europe. Though it was traditionally prescribed as a general restorative, its effect on the brain has always been recognised, and ancient physicians used it to treat what we would now describe as neurodegenerative diseases.
Benefits may include:
• Improved memory
• Increased cognition
• Brain tissue regeneration
• Nerve growth factor stimulation
• Potent immunity-modulation
• Reduced in ammation in the digestive tract • Increased nerve health