What is Lion’s Mane?
Lion’s Mane is the Most Intelligent Mushroom in the Kingdom!
When it comes to mental clarity and support, nothing compares to the Lion’s Mane. First, this mushroom is vegan-friendly. Lion’s Mane is genuinely an intelligent mushroom. Lion’s Mane is named because it resembles the Mane of a brave and bold lion. In Latin, the name for Lions Mane is Hericium Erinaceus.
Second, this mushroom tastes like a yummy scoop of fluffy clarity.
Lion’s Mane or Hericium Erinaceus is a cascading white icicle edible mushroom. The Lion’s Mane is an edible mushroom native to North America, Europe, and Asia. They regenerate myelin, a lipid-rich substance.
A Japanese researcher in 1994 discovered Lions Mane. Since its discovery, Lion’s Mane has gone through much research.
How to Use
You can use the MB SuperFoods Lion’s Mane Organic Mushroom Powder in a lot of ways. Add this supplement to your favorite meals or drinks and enjoy the incredible benefits.
You can add one teaspoon, which is the equivalent of 2 grams, to your recipes, favorite coffee, or your smoothies. For the best results, consume two teaspoons, the equivalent of 4 grams, daily.
This Product is a Must-Have
Lion’s Mane is a fantastic product, and we are so proud to offer you a product with the finest quality of Lion Mane.
Purchase the MB SuperFoods Lion’s Mane Organic Mushroom Powder today.
It contains 100% Certified Lion’s Mane (also known as Hericium Erinaceus) mycelial biomass powder that has been cultured on organic oats.
Add one teaspoon (2 grams) of MB SuperFoods Lion’s Mane Organic Mushroom Powder to your favorite juice, smoothie, or recipe daily. We highly recommended that you consume twice the typical dose for the first three weeks.
Do not exceed the daily recommended amount. Store in a cool and dark place outside the reach of children.
Supplements are not a substitute for a healthy and varied diet. Statements about dietary supplements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or health condition.
More and more is known in the scientific literature about the health benefits of various botanical herbs, spices, mushrooms, and plants. Statements about the potential benefits of this new superfood are currently under review by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). Read more about food safety on the website of the Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA).
Always consult your doctor or caregiver when treating any condition. More information about nutritional values and different food groups can be found at www.voedingscentrum.nl.