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Lions Mane History

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Lions Mane History

     Lion’s Mane History

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    Lion’s Mane

    Hericium Erinaceus

    “Brain Power Booster” Stimulates the brain function. Strengthens the nervous system to endure

    lack of energy, stress, exhaustion and

    strain.

    Enhances memory and concentration.

    Enables the stimulation of nerve growth

    factor.

    Speeds up overall recovery after illness or

    medical treatment.

    Delays the process of aging.

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    General Info:

Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus) is one of the most famous mushrooms in oriental history and

    has been traditionally used as medicinal mushroom in China and Japan for centuries.

    Lion’s Mane is also known as Monkey’s Head or Bear’s Head thanks to the beautifully cascading

    long white tendrils hanging down from the solid rubber-like base. In China it is called Houtou, in

     Cantonese it is Hous Gu.

    In Japan it is called Yamabushitake because of the resemblance to the ornamental cloth worn

    by monks, Yamabushi.

    Its English common name is Hedgehog Fungus.

    Legend tells us that the ones that regularly consume this mushroom would have the steel nerves

    and memory of a lion.

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     Lion’s Mane

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This magnificent mushroom grows off the recently fallen deciduous broad-leaved trees, mostly

    oaks. Its white flesh is slightly ice-like translucent and rubbery when touched. The base is strongly

    attached to the tree trunk and it is difficult to remove it without the use of a sharp knife.

Lion’s Mane is not just an edible mushroom, it is regarded a culinary delicacy and one of the

    four most famous Chinese dishes. The secret is to pick the mushroom at the right time. When

    prepared the texture reminds one of an octopus, squid or a lobster. It is delicious when sty-fried

    with oyster sauce or chopped cold in a salad with sesame oil and seaweed.

It has a rubbery texture if it is picked and cooked when too young; if too old it develops an

    unpleasant sour taste. Exquisitely enjoyable when prepared at the prime time.

The most outstanding and most valuable property of Lion’s Mane is its ability to stimulate the

    synthesis of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) and promote the process of myelination.

Increased production of NGF may enhance cognitive function and help to slow down the

    onset of dementia, brain dysfunction associated with Alzheimer’s disease and various other

    neurological conditions.

Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) is effective in prevention of nervousness, forgetfulness and early

    aging process.

Numerous studies confirm a number of traditionally known beneficial properties of Lion’s Mane

    in supporting and regulating the function of the digestive system and its tonic effect on the

    nervous system.

Clinical trial tests reveal that Hericium Erinaceus polysaccharidesHEP is effective as anti-tumor

    natural product by enhancing various immune system functions rather than attacking the tumor

    cells directly.

    Studies confirm many of Lion’s Mane traditional uses, such as supporting the function of

    cardiovascular system, lowering blood pressure and serum cholesterol, strengthening the

    respiratory system, acting as a digestive tonic when indigestion and constipation problems

    occur.

    Nutritional Components:

    Polysaccharide

    Hericenones

    Protein

    Amino acid (especially Glutamic acid 0.6422mg/g)

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     Lion’s Mane

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    Bioactive Properties and Health Benefits:

     Alzheimer’s disease and various other neurological conditions – stimulates the activity

     of the syntheses of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) which may enhance cognitive

     function and help to slow down the onset of dementia, brain dysfunction

     associated with Alzheimer’s;

     Anti-tumor effect strengthens the immune system in fighting the growth of tumor

     cells;

     Cardio-vascular tonic - supports the function of cardiovascular system, lowering

     blood pressure and serum cholesterol;

     Digestive tonic improves the function of the gastro-intestinal system improving

     digestion and preventing constipation; effective at treating stomach and duodenal

     ulcer as well as chronic atrophic gastritis;

     Nervous system tonic strengthens nervous system to ensure the stress and exhaustion

     endurance;

     Immune system booster speeds up the overall recovery after illness or medical

     treatment;

     Anti-aging effect improves memory, prevents forgetfulness and stimulates the brain

     function.

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