KOS Organic Lion's Mane Powder
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Lion's Mane mushrooms are powerful adaptogens being researched for their ability to protect the brain and nervous system.
A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry lists this fungus’ benefits as “antibiotic, anticarcinogenic, antidiabetic, anti-fatigue, antihypertensive, antihyperlipidemic, anti-senescence, anti-anxiety, anti-depression, cardioprotective, hepatoprotective, nephroprotective, neuroprotective and cognition enhancing. Talk about King of the Jungle.This Lion wears a mighty Mane!
A Lion’s Mane for a Better Brain
Nerve Growth Factory
Moody Blues Breaker
A well researched aspect of Lion’s Mane is its impact on brain cells and related functions. A study in the International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms showed that it stimulated “neurite outgrowth” which might protect against cognitive decline.
Lion’s Mane shows promise for neuroprotection. Two of its compounds, hericenones and erinacines, are known to help stimulate brain cell growth. In animal studies, it has also shown potential to help with serious neurodegenerative diseases.
Lion’s Mane stimulates nerve growth factor (NGF) synthesis. NGF is a protein in the brain that helps to maintain as well as regenerate neurons. Researchers are hopeful that Lion’s Mane can mitigate the cellular damage of neurodegenerative disorders.
Lion’s Mane may improve functioning of the hippocampus by stimulating brain cell growth. A 2018 Korean study concluded: “Lion’s Mane can exert anxiolytic and antidepressant-like effects, possibly by enhancing adult hippocampal neurogenesis."
An Astounding Adaptogen
Supports brain function
Lion’s Mane shows great promise as an all-natural brain booster. Preliminary research indicates it can play a role in improved brain function, mitigate memory loss and enhance cognitive abilities.View research
Suppresses oxidative damage
Some research suggests that Lion's Mane may encourage nerve cells to grow and repair more quickly due to compounds called hericenones and erinacines known to stimulate brain cell growth and function.View research
Nerve protective properties
Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) is a bioprotein critical to the health of neurons. Lion’s Mane may stimulate its production, possibly improving mental capacity and delaying degenerative brain diseases.View research
Furry fungus fights fog
Mother Nature has a sense of humor. A mushroom that reminds us of a lion’s mane? That’s just very cool. What’s also cool is this mushroom is an excellent source of something called nerve growth factors (NGFs) that have proven powers to regenerate and protect brain tissue. The implication of that is obvious… improved cognition and memory and first aid for our glorious gray matter.
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I have tried several brands of powdered lion's mane, and I can say that the KOS brand is the best tasting. It is similar to a mild coffee taste. My wife in particular loves it because it helps to lower her blood sugar (she is a type 2. I put it into smoothies while she has made it into a coffee like drink with hot water.