Organic lion's mane mushroom powder - High dose 10: 1

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The lion's mane mushroom (Hericium erinaceus), also known as Hou tou gu, Yamabushitake, or Hedgehog Mushroom is a large, hairy white mushroom that resembles a lion's mane when growing. 

It has been consumed in Japan for centuries or even millennia. This odd-looking mushroom is revered by Buddhist monks and is considered an almost mystical source of nutrition.

In other Asian countries such as China, India, and Korea, it is used for culinary and medicinal purposes.

Indeed, the lion's mane mushroom contains bioactive substances that have beneficial effects on the body by fighting cell aging. 

A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry lists its benefits by stating that lion's mane is an antibiotic; anticarcinogenic; anti-diabetic; anti-fatigue ; antihypertensive agent; anti-hyperlipodemic; anti-senescence; cardioprotective; hepatoprotective; nephroprotector; neuroprotective. In addition, it improves cognitive function, states of anxiety and depression ”. 

Over the past 10 years, this medicinal mushroom has gained considerable attention due to its potential therapeutic abilities for neurodegenerative diseases.

In the East, reverence towards these famous mushrooms goes back several centuries. They ensure longevity and spiritual power. According to a study published in the Journal Restorative Medicine, in the Chinese and Japanese medical systems, lion's mane has traditionally been used to nourish the intestine and strengthen the spleen. 

In traditional medicine, it is said to be nutritious for our five internal organs (lung, heart, spleen, kidneys and liver). It is also used to promote good digestion, strength and general vigor.      


Le Yamabushitake (lion's mane) improves physical endurance;

Le Yamabushitake (lion's mane)  improves brain function and fights neurasthenia. It would be able to reverse the degeneration of cells in the brain, which is the main characteristic of diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease;

Le Yamabushitake (lion's mane)  improves digestive health;

Le Yamabushitake (lion's mane) treats gastrointestinal symptoms caused by mental stress and irregular eating;

Le Yamabushitake (lion's mane)  supports the health of the heart and circulatory system;

Le Yamabushitake (lion's mane) has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and immunostimulatory properties;

Le Yamabushitake (lion's mane) improves symptoms of Qi deficiency (lack of vital energy) in traditional Chinese medicine.  


How to use powdered lion's mane mushroom? 

Recommended daily use is 1 teaspoon per day. This powder goes well with fruit juice, vegetable milk or added to your favorite smoothie.  


In rare cases, it is possible that a small itchiness appears, this may be due to the secretion of NGF (nerve growth factor) that the fungus causes, and unless accompanied by other signs of an allergy, this itching is benign and are inconsequential.

Lion's mane mushroom is a dietary supplement and generally safe fungus. Multiple studies have shown that it is not toxic at different doses, even over long periods.

If you experience any side effects while taking the fungus, stop taking it and see your doctor as needed. 



100g of lion's mane mushroom extract from certified organic farming in high quality powder, 100% pure without any artificial additives.

Our lion's mane powder is a 10: 1 ratio which means each serving is 10 times more concentrated than the mushroom found naturally.

The powder is free from animal substances, sugar and contains no flavors, colors or preservatives.


Storage: store in a cool, dry place - avoid light and heat.

Shelf life: 2 years 

Food supplements cannot replace a balanced and varied diet. 

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* The information provided on this informative site does not in any way replace medical advice. Stop taking it immediately and consult your doctor if you notice any unusual pain. We invite you to seek advice from your doctor before their application.