Let us introduce you to the Lion’s Mane mushrooms. Lion’s Mane Latin for ‘Hericium Erinaceus’, the mountain priest in Japan.
This powerful mushroom is traditionally from China and Japan and used for centuries. Modern science is perplexed by the incredible healing power of these fascinating mushrooms. The end of these fantastic mushrooms is not yet in sight! Lion’s Mane rallies in the absolute top of medicinal and beneficial mushrooms in the world. Which is why the fungus is called “King of Mushrooms.”
11 Health Benefits
Lion’s Mane is a medicine against an extensive list of diseases such as:
- High blood pressure
- Respiratory complaints (chronic bronchitis, asthma, colds)
- Rheumatism and other joint problems
- Increase cholesterol level S
- Digestive issues
- Nervous system damage (including cancer called esophagus, duodenum, and stomach cancer)
- Heart and vascular diseases
The unique power of Lion’s Mane
Lion’s Mane works as an adaptogen for regulating our cholesterol and blood sugar levels. The levels automatically adjust to the ideal balance by this beautiful mushroom.
One of the unique features of Lion’s Mane is the fact that it not only has a supportive, healing, and calming effect on our nervous system. According to modern scientific research, they have a positive influence on the development of what they call the Nerve Growth Factor. NGF is a beneficial substance but has his limitations. NGF is very poorly absorbed in our brains. Lion’s Mane solves this problem. Research has clearly shown that these mushrooms have a positive impact on our brain chemistry and also has a cell regenerating function. Scientists discovered that the active components specific to Lion’s Mane are hericenones and erinacins. These substances have a positive influence on the cell structure of patients who have Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Of course, Lion’s mane posses, like many other mushrooms, the non-linear polysaccharides (30%). The beta-glucan polysaccharides are responsible for the stimulating effect on the immune system.
Researchers discovered that Lion’s Mane mushrooms help speed recovery from injuries to the brain and central nervous system. Lion’s Mane stimulates the growth and repair of the nerve cells. It reduces recovery time by 23–41%. Most importantly, the results of this research suggest that Lion’s Mane also helps reduce the severity of brain damage after a stroke.
The mushrooms are also beneficial for healthy people, who need their ability to concentrate and intellect a lot. Lion’s Mane has a positive influence on cognitive memory.
Lion’s Mane in the future
A lot of research is going on this subject in Japan. This could mean a revolution in modern medicine. In the future, after more research, Lion’s Mane will disappear illnesses such as Parkinson’s entirely and other nerve-related diseases. The powerful mushrooms even helps to slow down the progression of degenerative neurological disorders and possibly even cure.
You can take in Lion’s Mane as a supplement with no known toxic effect or any danger. Plus they work fantastically alongside our product Micro1PD.
I have just received my starter kit.
I have used small amounts of mushrooms in the past to microdose, but I prefer the ease of the capsule etc.
What is the most effective way to use this kit?
Do I take all 3 supplements, 2 days on 1 day off?
What do you recommend?
Nerve growth factor (NGF) is a type of protein used by neurons (brain cells) to trigger neuron activity. That activity includes reproduction, maintenance, development, growth and survival.
NGF strengthens synapse (the junction between two nerve cells) connections. This is, in effect, neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity, or brain plasticity, is the brain’s ability to alter its connections — to re-wire itself. There are several cognitive benefits in this increase of neuroplasticity, including improved motivation and attention, enhanced memory retention, and neuron repair.
This Brighter Health article goes in to more detail about the benefits of increasing NGF: https://brighter-health.com/nerve-growth-factor-ngf-supplements-contribute-to-healthy-neurons/