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Your Brain's New BFF

Lion’s Mane

You know those moments when you just can’t seem to think, focus, or make a decision? Thankfully, this fuzzy mushroom is here to make your brain… well, a little less fuzzy. It has been used in Eastern medicine for centuries, mainly for energy and as a treatment for digestive ailments. Biohackers, entrepreneurs, and busy parents alike adore this mushroom for its brain-boosting, focus-enhancing effects. Emerging medical research suggests that Lion’s Mane may prevent cognitive decline, even reducing symptoms of Alzheimer's and Dementia.

Lions Mane

The Real
Health Benefits

Gut Health
Key Focus Areas

Congnitive function, energy levels, stress

Found In

Asia, Europe, North America

Why We Use It

Research suggests that Lions Mane stimulates the growth of new brain cells, fights against symptoms of depression and anxiety, and support gut, heart, and immune health

Lab Tested
We test for beta-glucans,
heavy metals, allergens, and
Only Fruiting Body
We only use the fruiting body of the mushroom
to maximize the amount of beta glucans
(the good stuff).
No B.S.
No Starch, mycelium, or grain
(what many competitors use,
because they are cheaper!)

Always Backed By Science

Studies have shown that people with mild Alzheimer’s disease experienced improved brain health, reduced symptoms, and performed better on cognitive tests after Lion’s Mane supplementation after 49 weeks compared to the control group.
Evidence suggests that Lion’s Mane helps regenerate cells in the amygdala — the brain region responsible for regulating emotions. In this double-blind study, Lion’s Mane cookies were shown to effectively decrease anxiety and irritability in menopausal women compared to the control.
Lion’s Mane is used to help repair and regrow nerves and neurons after damage or injury. In this study, rats with damaged gangal nerves were able to re-learn normal functions such as walking, and showed enhanced nerve and muscle regeneration when compared to the control.
Research shows that Lion’s Mane has the potential to promote a healthy bacterial balance in the gut, ease inflammation, and strengthen the intestinal barrier to prevent pathogens and toxins from entering the bloodstream. In this study, Lion’s Mane effectively reduces symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease.

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We stand behind our product with a promise of transparency and reliability, supported by scientific evidence.



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