Natural Nootropics - Forget About Brain Fog!

  • by Michele Scarce

Arguably one of the prettiest mushrooms going around you could be forgiven for assuming she may not have much going upstairs, though you would be horribly mistaken.

"Well you can forget about brain fog for a start..."

This mushroom is all about the brain!

Shaggy and white, as the name suggests this mushroom closely resembles a lion's mane. This mushroom contains bioactive substances that have beneficial effects on the body, especially the brain.

Lion's mane has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a powerful adaptogen and natural nootropic. A superfood like no other it supports memory, focus, nerve health, creativity and mood.

In fact, studies have shown significant improvements in cognition in under 16 weeks at a mere dose of 3g per day. This result was in healthy individuals though cessation of cognitive decline and improvement has also been seen in individuals suffering from mild cognitive impairment.

"A superfood like no other it supports memory, focus, nerve health, creativity and mood."

To go one step further to Alzheimer's sufferers, research is starting to reveal lowered brain inflammation, reduction in amyloid plaques and resulting improvements in cognitive performance though boosting nerve growth factor, helping nerve cells to lengthen and grow.

Neurogenesis is a word often linked to Lion's Mane. Essentially this refers to the process of neuron (brain cell) creation which promotes memory, focus and overall cognition.

What does this mean? Well you can forget about brain fog for a start, think instead firing on all cylinders, never struggling to find that word, knowing exactly where you left your car keys or smashing that work meeting out of the park!

"...contains bioactive substances that have beneficial effects on the body, especially the brain."

For something with an incredibly high safety profile it’s a wonder why we aren't all including a tiny teaspoon of Lion's Mane into our every day life! 

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