Lion’s Mane Mushroom Benefits
Lion’s mane mushroom is a medicinal mushroom. It has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine as a brain tonic and as a treatment for many health conditions.
This mushroom is known to boost the strength of the immune system, helping your body to fight off sickness and stay healthy. It is also good for digestive and colon health, as it contains beta glucan polysaccharides, polypeptides and fatty acids.
Lion’s mane is good for the brain, helping to improve memory and cognitive functions. Dr. Hirokazu Kawagishi of Japan found that this mushroom has the ability to stimulate the synthesis of (NGF) Nerve Growth Factor. NGF is necessary to nerve cell survival in the central and peripheral nervous system. A lack of NGF can contribute to health conditions like dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Besides being good for the memory, Lion’s mane may be helpful in treating anxiety and depression. A study of 30 menopausal women, published in 2010 in Biomedical Research showed that the subjects receiving Lion’s mane were less anxious and irritable and could concentrate more easily.
There is some evidence that this mushroom may be beneficial to people suffering from high blood pressure. According to a study reported by Burton Goldberg in “Heart Disease”, a study of fifty four people with an average age of 58.6 with a blood pressure reading over 140/90 took three capsules of Lion’s mane per day for four weeks. All of the subjects blood pressure readings fell below 140/90.
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Lion’s Mane Mushroom Uses:
- Strengthen immune system
- Improve cognitive function
- Treat anxiety
- Treat depression
- Treat high cholesterol
- Stimulate synthesis of (NGF) Nerve Growth Factor
- Treat cancer
- For antioxidant effect
- Treat arthritis
- Regulate blood pressure
- Treat inflammation
- Treat dementia
- increase intelligence
- Improve reflexes
- Fight infections
- Promote longevity
- Treat Parkinson’s disease
- Rejuvenate nerve growth
- Promote a healthy digestive system
- Regulate blood sugar levels
- Treat Alzheimer’s disease
- Eliminate toxins in the body
- Treat ulcers
- Treat arthritis
- Improve memory
- Protect nervous system
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Where It Grows
The Lion’s mane mushroom grows in Europe, Asia, and parts of North America
Which Part Of The Plant Is Used
How It Works
The Lion’s mane mushroom contains polypeptides, fatty acids and glucan polysaccharides. These are what is believed to give the mushroom it’s healing ability.
How It’s Used
Lion’s mane is often cooked and eaten as a food or a powdered extract taken in capsule form.
Precautions and Side Effects:
There are no known side effects, but always consult your doctor before taking any health supplement, especially if you are pregnant or nursing.
Description and History Of Lion’s Mane Mushroom
Unlike most mushrooms, lion’s mane does not have a cap. It is is a clump of teeth-like tendrils that resemble a lions main. This mushroom was considered a prized possession by the Chinese and was served only to emperors.
I have taken this and many other medicinal mushrooms for strengthening the immune system.
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