You've seen these little wheatgrass stands. Usually there is a blender, an overly-energized server in an apron, and a decorative little plot of earth with bright green grass growing straight up out of it with therectitude of a marine drill sergeant's crew cut.
Sinatra never sang about the large intestine—not that we know of, anyway. But like Frankie's beloved NYC, your gut is a crowded microbial metropolis whose tiny and pugnacious citizens whistle for taxis, order takeout at 3 in the morning, and generally live the high life. When jackasses from out of town show up to bring disorder, our bacterial buddies swarm and conquer, thanks to Inulin. Talk about a city that never sleeps!
Western science is—understandably—hesitant to trumpet positive results like this until it's understood HOW the phenomenon works. The mechanisms by which Matcha's EGCG polyphenols protect neuronal health and focus are complex—but not as complex as that frustrating search for your car keys.
Following several thousand years of indigenous "field testing", Western science comes strolling onto the scene with their nagging questions and clipboards and smocks. Not surprisingly, they are wowed by what they're finding. Lion's Mane is a gift to your neuronal health. If you can stand to look at the stuff.