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EVOLUTION BOTANICALS Lion's Mane Extract Cognitive Performance 100g
EVOLUTION BOTANICALS Lion's Mane Extract Cognitive Performance 100g
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EVOLUTION BOTANICALS Lion's Mane Extract Cognitive Performance 100g

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DIRECTION & HOW TO USE

Whether you are a bookworm, passionate sportsperson, executive or looking to optimize your potential for a promotion, Lion's Mane is an ideal adaptogenic mushroom for those looking to support brain function, memory and focus. Lion’s Mane has been extensively studied for its protective neurotrophic effects and may support healthy ageing of the brain and nervous system.


KEY BENEFITS

  • Nootropic
  • Neuroprotective
  • Increases REM sleep
  • Optimal brain function
  • Cognitive enhancement
  • Memory and focus
  • Digestive health
  • Nerve Regeneration
  • Supports healthy ageing of brain and nervous system

 

Ingredients:
100% Turkey Lions Mane Extract | 12:1 Extraction Ratio | Dual Extracted | Certified Organic | No Fillers 

ETHNOBOTANICAL/TRADITIONAL
In China, Lion’s Mane, Hericium erinaceus, has been historically known as Hóu Tóu GÇ, translating to Monkey Head Mushroom, and in Japan, Yamabushitake, translating to Mountain Monk Mushroom. “In Chinese and Japanese medical systems, it has traditionally been used to fortify the spleen, nourish the gut, and also as an anticancer drug” (Liu, Du, Wang, Yu, 2015)Interestingly, Lion’s Mane was and is still used as both a food and traditional medicine. According to TCM, by consuming Lion’s Mane, it is said to benefit all of the five internal Yin organs: Heart, Liver, Spleen, Kidney and Lung. In addition, Lion’s Mane was used “...for its effects on the central nervous system, and is used for insomnia, vacuity (weakness), and hypodynamia, which are characteristic symptoms of Qi deficiency in Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)” (Spelman, Sutherland, Bagade, 2017).