Hericium erinaceus, also known as Lion’s Mane, is a type of fungus that is distinguished by both unusual appearance and valuable properties. In traditional Chinese medicine, the Lion’s Mane is considered to be an element of wind energy. It is believed to stimulate the energy channels related to our nervous system, as it is presented by the results of numerous studies confirming the role of the Lion’s Mane in neurogenesis.



  • The compounds contained in the Lion’s Mane, for example erinacites, fericenones, amino acids, polysaccharides and various micro- and macroelements, have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties and they also slow down the processes of cellular aging.
  • Lion’s Mane enhances concentration and improves memory, as well as reduces the feeling of fatigue and anxiety.
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Properties of Lion’s Mane mushroom


Lion’s Mane mushroom belongs to the group of the so-called adaptogens, i.e. non-toxic plants that have a specific impact on a human body. Their superior property is all about reducing the effects of stress and helping the body to adapt faster to unfavourable conditions.


Numerous studies carried out with the use of Lion’s Mane have shown that it is a real treasury of valuable active ingredients with unique properties. The following ingredients deserve special attention:

  • erinacines and hericenons supporting the production of nerve growth factor,
  • amino acids, including 7 essential for humans amino acids,
  • polysaccharides, including beta glucan, that has anti-inflammatory properties,
  • micro- and macroelements – iron, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, selenium, germanium.


A human body can benefit from using Lion’s Mane in many different ways. It has been shown that the use of Lion’s Mane leads to an increase in the endocrine-mediated and cell-mediated immunity, it increases the anti-cancer potential, supports the reduction of blood glucose level in blood and also inhibits the aging processes associated with oxidative stress. Lion’s Mane is also a great way to improve the cognitive functions of your body.


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Research has shown that Lion’s Mane mushroom stimulates nerve growth factor in humans. This means that it supports the creation of new neural connections in the brain, ensures optimal functioning, development and protection of the entire nervous system. Thus, it supports the learning and memorization processes, has neuroprotective and soothing properties. It facilitates coping with stress as well as relieves nervous tension.


With age, the number of NGF proteins in the body decreases. This is often transformed into neurological problems specific to the elderly people, such as Alzheimer’s disease and some forms of dementia. For this reason, Lion’s Mane is an excellent solution for people who suffer from memory and concentration problems, as well as experience frequent mood changes related to a decline of cognitive functions.




Lion’s Mane is an adaptogen that works best in combination with other food products such as Arabica coffee, Cordyceps, theanine, Yarrowia lipolytica and choline.


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The use of Lion’s Mane is very wide. When you systematically use Lion’s Mane you support the general condition of your nervous system and also increase the overall endurance of your body. All this relates to the basic principle of adaptogens, i.e. maintaining a balance. It is the balance that allows you to stay healthy, think clearly and it contributes to your well-being.



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