Lion's Mane mushrooms are a known adaptogen in the plant kingdom. Clinical studies are pursuing the possibility that Lion's Mane may have a role in maintaining normal cognitive function.
A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry suggests Lion's Mane may have a broad role in maintaining certain physiological functions, including a healthy cardiovascular function. Talk about King of the Jungle.This Lion wears a mighty Mane!
A Lion’s Mane for a Better Brain
Ancient Field Research
Forest Fright Wig
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.