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Our USDA Certified Organic Lion’s Mane Mushroom (Hericium erinaceus) features a strain that produces clusters of thick, dense, hairy mushrooms with a consistency and flavor similar to crab meat.

This versatile mushroom can be enjoyed cooked, dried, extracted, or steeped as tea! While they are a bit harder to come by than oysters, they are great for confident beginners and are reliable indoor growers year-round.

And, if kept in the right circumstances, they resolve to produce substantial first, second, and even third crops (making them an ideal commercial variety!) Remember that a lion’s mane can be inclined to dry out if the ambient humidity is too low.

What does lion’s mane mushroom do to you?

Lion’s mane mushrooms contain many healthy plant compounds. Research suggests that these compounds may promote the growth of new brainiac cells, improve depression and stress, and support gut, heart, and immune health.

What is the lion’s mane, and what is it for?

Lion’s mane (Hericium erinaceus) is a fungus that grows on the trunks of hardwood trees such as oak.

It includes a long history of use in East Asian medicine. Lion’s mane mushroom might improve nerve development and function. It also protects nerves from getting damaged.

Is eating Lion’s Mane good for you?

Lion’s mane mushrooms are also very nutritious and are rich in vitamins such as thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin.

It is a good source of essential minerals like manganese, zinc, and potassium. Research shows that the lion’s mane has many health-promoting ingredients with various benefits.

Who should not take Lion’s Mane?

However, anyone allergic or sensitive to fungus should avoid lion’s mane as it is a kind of fungus.

Cases of people experiencing shortness of breath or skin rashes after exposure to lion’s mane mushrooms have been documented, likely related to allergies (63, 64).