Lion's Mane, also known as Hericium erinaceus and Monkey’s Head mushrooms, has a long history of use throughout Asia and is one of the staples of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Aloha Medicinals now produces the most pure and most potent Hericium erinaceus in the world, using only certified organic growth medium in a state of the art 21st century proprietary solid state fermentation process.
This results in Hericium that is guaranteed to be the best available today, with no heavy metals, pesticides or herbicides or other contamination, as can be found in wild or farm grown Hericium. Aloha Medicinals Hericium is 100% Pure Hericium erinaceus, with no fillers or additives, Made with Organic Hericium erinaceus, 100% Made in America in an FDA registered facility with only American Ingredients, and it contains NO Chinese or other imported ingredients. Lion's Mane is one of our most popular daily supplements. This is simply the best Hericium available today! 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money will be cheerfully refunded! Why risk your health to imported supplements, when you can buy the best?
Dosage: 3 capsules twice per day with meals
90 count bottle of 500mg vegetarian capsules
This product contains NO ingredients from China.
Uses for Lion's Mane:
Hericium erinaceus helps to support normal brain function including neuroprotection, memory, recall, focus and attention. When used in conjunction with a healthy diet it may also support the stomach and immune system.
Active Ingredients of Lion's Mane:
Hericium erinaceus is high in polysaccharides, fatty acids (Y-A-2), hericenons A and B, hericenons C, D, E, F, G, and H. The mycelium also contains a group of diterpenes called erinacines that might support a healthy nervous system. These all-natural ingredients, when combined with a balanced diet and active lifestyle can help support healthy gastrointestinal and immune function.
History of Lion's Mane
Hericium erinaceus is found throughout the northern hemisphere in Europe, East Asia, and North America. The mushroom’s exotic appearance has inspired a host of unusual names: Lion’s Mane, Monkey’s Mushroom, Monkey’s Head. In Japan, it is commonly known as Yamabushitake, meaning ‘those who sleep in the mountains’. In China, the mushroom goes by Hau Tau Gu, which means ‘lion’s head’. The commercial cultivation of Hericium erinaceus is new. Until two decades ago it was considered a rare find in the wild, but now, with the click of your mouse you can have all-natural Hericium sent t