Lion's Mane (Hericium Erinaceus) is a mushroom that contributes to brain function. Lion's Mane produces compounds called erinacines, which are strong stimulators to nerve growth factor synthesis. These compounds stimulate neurons to regrow, which supports normal cognitive function, muscular coordination and response, and neurological repair.
Lion's Mane is a toothed fungi. It is considered one of best, edible fungi. Lion's Mane is known for its fast colonization. It grows primarily on hardwoods and can be found naturally all over North America. The mushroom has white, cascading-like spines.
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