Lion’s-Mane Mushroom: Its Powerful Nootropic.

Since ancient Chinese times, the medicinal and nutritional properties of lion’s-mane mushrooms have been celebrated. The western world is finally starting to catch on. Take a closer look at this mushroom and see what has made it so popular. Read more now on soulcybin.

Lion’s head mushrooms are most common in Asia, North America and Europe. It appears from decayed or dead hardwood with an icicle like spine cluster, which makes it difficult to confuse. The ice-like spines that appear on the surface of this nootropic are not unnatural.

Hericium Erinaceus translates as hedgehog mushroom in Latin. Other names include bear’s-head, Japanese monkey-head, old man beard or yamabushitake. Do we need to say why?

This mushroom offers a wealth of benefits for your health.

Immunity – Lion’s Mouth Mushroom

All of us want to be healthy and live long lives, don’t they? People are now more conscious than ever before of the important role diet can play in improving immunity and preventing illness.

Did you also know that Lion’s Mane can boost your immune system?

Lion’s hair contains beta-glucans, a type of polysaccharide. Okay, so you might be wondering what this means. In scientific terms, beta-glucans “biological responses modifiers”, which can alter and improve the immune response.