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Lion's Mane mushroom Powder organic

1/4 Pound:  $16.93 Pound:  $37.63 

Wholesale Lion's Mane mushroom

Hericium erinaceus
plant overview

Lion's mane mushroom gets its name from its scruffy, pom-pom-like body that is reminiscent of a lion's bushy mane. Also known as bearded tooth mushroom, monkey's head and by many other common names, lion's mane is enjoyed in India, Japan, China and Korea as food as a nutritional supplement. Organic lion's mane mushroom powder is a rich source of anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and neurotrophic compounds, and has many culinary uses. Use it in teas, smoothies, soups, stews, pasta, rice and in other cooked foods.

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01.
Lion's mane mushroom: A Bit of Botany

a bit of botanical information about lion's mane mushroom

description
Lion’s mane is a nootropic fungus that emerges from rotting hardwoods as a single clump of spine-like projections that branch out from a single core and hang like tendrils. The flesh is spongy, and the elongated “teeth” are semi-hollow and somewhat fragile. The mushroom has the color inside and out and the texture of cauliflower.

common names
& nomenclature

Monkey's head, lion's mane mushroom, bearded tooth mushroom, hedgehog mushroom, bearded hedgehog mushroom, pom pom mushroom, bearded tooth fungus, hou tou gu and yamabushitake

02.
Lion's mane mushroom: Where in the World

habitat and range for lion's mane mushroom

Native to Europe, Asia and North America.

03.
Lion's mane mushroom: Cultivation & Harvesting

considerations for growing and harvesting lion's mane mushroom

Lion’s mane occurs naturally on fallen hardwood logs. It may also be cultivated on logs indoors or outdoors without soil. The mushroom is ready for harvesting in 1-2 years and will continue to produce a fruiting body for up to 6 years.

04.
Lion's mane mushroom: The Rest of The Story

Lion’s mane mushroom has long been used in Asian countries for food and medicine. The fruit may be eaten raw or cooked as a vegetable. It is often found in rice and pasta dishes, and soups, stews and gravies. Powdered lion’s mane mushroom may be infused in hot water as tea or added to coffee, green smoothies and other beverages.

Researchers are studying the neurotrophic profile of lion’s mane, with particular interest in two groups of compounds known as hericenones and erinacines. These chemicals demonstrate potential neuroprotective effects from cognitive decline associated with aging, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s. These agents also appear to stimulate nerve growth factor synthesis in the brain, and exert anti-inflammatory, antioxidative, and immunostimulant effects.

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