LION'S MANE

Your brain’s BFF. Due to its unique ability to cross the blood-brain barrier, Lion’s
Mane works as a natural nootropic to reduce brain fog, sharpen memory, and
boost mood. But it doesn’t just make you feel better — its anti-inflammatory
compounds actually promote nerve regeneration and gut health.
BOOSTED MOOD
HEALTHY GUT
SHARP FOCUS
YOU DESERVE THE BEST.
We only use ingredients that are lab tested to
be 100% pure. Because even if you don’t know
the difference — your body does.
YOU DESERVE THE BEST.
We only use ingredients that are lab tested to
be 100% pure. Because even if you don’t know
the difference — your body does.
quality
Whole Fruiting Body
No Grain or Fillers
Double Extract
Lab Tested
THE HISTORY
Despite resembling a fluffy pom-pom, Lion’s Mane is quite serious in its ability to improve cognition and overall health. It has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries, mainly 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.
THE EVIDENCE FOR LION'S MANE
Brain Health
Researchers have discovered that the dynamic duo responsible for Lion’s Mane brain-boosting power is a blend of aromatic hericenones and diterpenoid erinacines. These compounds cross the blood-brain barrier and promote myelination to better protect neurons and increase Nerve Growth Factor (NGF), which helps regenerate atrophied neural pathways and generate new ones.
Improved Memory
Lion’s Mane exhibits activity similar to Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF), which supports neuroplasticity, enabling easier recall, learning, and memory. Lion’s Mane has also been shown to prevent or slow symptoms of cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Studies have shown that people performed better on cognitive tests after 8 weeks of Lion’s Mane supplementation, compared to the control group.
Boosted Mood
Evidence suggests that Lion’s Mane helps regenerate cells in the amygdala — the brain region responsible for regulating emotions. In one double-blind study, Lion’s Mane cookies were shown to effectively decrease anxiety and irritability compared to the control. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20834180/
Lion’s Mane has the potential to replace traditional pharmaceutical medications for depression.
Gut Health
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.