What is lion’s mane?
A medicinal mushroom with the name “bearded tooth fungus”
There are different names for this type of mushroom:
- Scientific name: Hericium Erinaceus
- Chinese name: Monkey’s head mushroom
- Bearded tooth fungus
- Hedgehog mushroom
Lion’s Mane history.
This mushroom was served exclusively to the Royal families of China
due to its medicinal value to preserve their health.
It is well known in TCM among Chinese doctors for centuries as treatment for:
- Ailment in esophagus, stomach and intestines.
- Stomach and duodenal ulcers.
Why does lion’s mane become the spotlight of research today?
In fact, early clinical trials has discovered
beta-glucan-polysaccharide in Lion’s Mane have an immune-strengthening effect.
Lion’s Mane mushroom is perfectly safe to consume, with zero side effects.
This mushroom is a rising star among natural treatments for some
of the world’s most difficult health problems.
Lion’s Mane is subject to intensive research worldwide.
It has a positive effect on nerves according to:
Dr. Hirokazu Kawagishi of Shizuoka University, Japan.
Dr. Mark Tuszynski of University of California, America.