Sustainable Sorcerers is roaring with joy to be offering our Wild grown Native Lionsmane that we have been perpetuating into abundance in our local Catskills Forest with plenty to now share with clients!! You can also find in our popular Myco-Sang blend as well request custom blending of you own on inquiry.
Our Wildgrown offer a very high rendering of desired compounds not found in mycellium grain spawn cultured which we do value as well as alternative to protect overharvesting of wild species. But done right and sustainable methodology creates the abundance we are celebrating!!
LIONS MANE MUSHROOM
Lion’s Mane is perhaps most popular for its use as a nootropic, or brain enhancer and promoting mental clarity, As well as aiding in Re-mylonization from connective Tissue Disorders promoting healing. It is currently being studied for its potential to treat Alzheimer’s Disease and other issues that affect cognitive function and the nervous system. One study found that subjects with mild cognitive impairment who took Hericium powder daily for four months showed significant increases in their brain function.
Its compounds are important for helping restore nerve growth factor (NGF), aiding in learning and memory. Hericium has the amazing ability to pass through the blood-brain barrier, stimulating the growth of neurons and protective cells. This means it can improve overall mental performance.
In recent years, Lion’s Mane has finally received more attention from scientists, making star appearances in studies on brain health and immune support. It’s full of antioxidants and antibacterial compounds that may help digestive issues and promote healthy cell growth.
Lion’s Mane has historically been used to treat infections, diabetes (it helps lower blood sugar), and heal wounds. The mushroom is rich in polysaccharides, most notably beta-glucan, which have demonstrated antitumor activity and immune system support in studies
This increasingly popular medicinal mushroom is widely touted to help with concentration and focus and improve memory. As a robust cognitive enhancer can also help with mood and mental health. Many people who consume it regularly find it to be a great ally for stress support.
New studies are showing that Lion’s Mane may be a great alternative treatment for anxiety and depression. It works to support nerves in the hippocampus rather than affecting our neurotransmitters like conventional antidepressants do!
Ohh and did we mention it is an absolutely delicious alternative for meat protein and is very popular with vegan and kosher diets for crabcake substitute and seafood stocks. It is a pretty impressive yummy ingredient and beyond good for you!!!