Lion’s Mane Properties: A Fungal Nootropic*


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Lion’s Mane Properties: A Fungal Nootropic*

Lion's Mane Medicinal Properties

Lion’s Mane Properties Are One of A Kind

Lion’s mane, or hericium erinaceus, is a highly researched functional mushroom. It is most reputable for its potential support for cognitive function.* Distinctive both in its physical properties and functional properties, lion’s mane is unique in the way it performs in our bodies. This trending nootropic is getting the attention it deserves, and is quickly competing for the best selling tincture at Mushroom Revival. Read on to discover why people are raving about Lion’s Mane and the support it offers.*

Lion’s Mane Properties: May Support Your Mental Performance

Lion’s Mane isn’t just supportive to your mental performance, but it also has the ability to promote a sense of healthy cognitive function.* This is where its nootropic qualities come in. Compounds in the mushroom known as hericenones and erinacines (named after the mushroom’s taxonomy) may support cognitive function.

Myelin is extremely important. It is an insulating layer that forms around all nerves, including those in the brain and spinal cord. Proper insulation allows for the quick and efficient transmission of electrical impulses within nerve cells.*

In vitro studies are being conducted, and show promising results for neural support.* And Lion’s Mane properties don’t stop there. The mushroom has also been shown to be supportive to GI tract health, supporting stomach health and immune function.*

Experience Lion’s Mane Properties

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Alex Dorr

Alex Dorr is the founder and CEO of Mushroom Revival. He launched Mushroom Revival with a mission to revive health with the power of mushrooms.

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