Number of capsules: 120 caps
Size capsules: Size 0
Capsules net content: 400mg
Dosage: 2x daily 1 capsule during the meal with water.
Dutch names: Japanese Mountain Priest, Wig fungus, Monkey head
Lion's Mane (Hericium Erinaceus) also called wig, supports mental clarity, focus and memory. The Lion's Mane mushroom is also called the “smart mushroom, nature's nutrient for the neurons”. Research has shown that it stimulates the production of nerve growth factor (NGF) in the brain.
Ingredients per vegetarian capsule: 400 mg organic Lions' Mane (Hericium Erinaceus) extract from 100% fruit body (mushroom). It is a full spectrum extract obtained by means of H2O and ethanol. This is to get the most out of the fruiting bodies. It contains 30% polysaccharides and beta-glucans
Excipients: Magnesium citrate and silicon dioxide
Can help with:
- Development of neurons in the brain by means of connections that the Lion's Mane manages to make.
- Lion's Mane provides support in optimizing your learning ability and performance (natural nootropic).
- With regular use, Lion's Mane contributes to concentration and focus.
- Supports the building of a strong memory, stimulates it and provides clarity.
- Lion's Mane can contribute to a stronger immune system
Additional information: Mushrooms and the pharmacological interaction in humans; Here the polysaccharides and beta-glucans play an important role. Essential for the human immune system.
Polysaccharides are not the only category of mushroom active ingredients that feed the immune system. But one of the most important and largest represented in the mushroom.
The polysaccharides can be directly absorbed by a number of immune receptors in your body. At other receptors, the polysaccharide has to be cut into smaller pieces, as it were. You then call these pieces beta-glucans. Your body is able to do this.
These substances increase the so-called cytotoxic immune system.
Not only against infected cells and pathogens, but can also against cancer cells. Polysaccharides can also improve your immune system and fight chronic conditions. Such as autoimmune diseases, cancer and inflammation. Not all polysaccharides (linked sugars) are the same. Our body needs sugars to meet the energy requirement. Therefore, our body can absorb alphapolysaccharides very easily. These alphapolysaccharides are found in plants and can be quickly digested and absorbed. These sugar chains are linked together at the first and the fourth place of the sugar molecule. In this way polysaccharides are formed. In mushrooms, the polysaccharides are linked at the first and third place of the sugar molecule. In addition, side chains are formed by one in the sixth position of the molecule. In this way, a more complex polysaccharide is created. It is therefore not immediately digested and used as energy in our body. But it is only absorbed by our body and or broken down into beta-glucans much later. This puts them in a different phase of the digestion process so that they can realize their release at the cellular level
Warning: Keep out of reach of children.
Consult your doctor before use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have health problems.
This is a dietary supplement and should be used as such.