Lion's Mane Mushroom - Dual Extract
Lion’s Mane is a widely studied basidiomycota (or “higher”) mushroom known for its association with the neurological system.
Benefits of Lion's Mane may include:
-Increased focus and concentration
-General improvement in overall brain functions
-Aid digestive organs like the stomach, liver, intestine and colon
-Overall mood and creativity booster
A Medicinal Mushroom for the Mind...
In many ways, there is more stress and stimulation placed on our minds today than ever before.
Many of us work cognitively demanding jobs that require deep thought, or that leave our minds stressed and racing at day’s end.
To relax, many people lose themselves in screen time and electronic stimulation.
This lifestyle can result in brain fog, mental fatigure, mood swings, and other common issues.
The good news is that there are gentle, sustainable and natural alternatives to find the cognitive support you need.
Whether you're looking for help focusing, improving memory, or even being more creative...
Lion’s Mane is a mushroom that rejuvenates the mind and nervous system at a foundational level.
It does this by supporting synthesis of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) in the brain.
NGF is essential for the growth, development and maintenance of neurons.
The crazy thing is, not only does Lion's Mane offer cognitive support and an NGF boost...
It also does so gently, naturally, and sustainably - without the over-stimulation and side effects found in many processed nootropics.
So what’s the catch?
Well - not all Lion’s Mane on the market is created equal. And that’s putting it lightly.
Many brands simply sell ground up raw mycelium, rather than a concentrated extract.
Others don’t even test their Lion’s Mane to see if it contains the most important, beneficial compounds: Erinacenes and Hericenones.
And I get it - because I could easily do the same thing, and have much higher product margins (which is exactly why many businesses do this).
But I decided early on that I’m not interested in selling inferior quality products.
That’s why I went the extra mile to bring you this dual extracted, concentrated lion’s mane extract.
Hyperion Lion’s Mane is 3rd party tested and confirmed to have 1.9% erinacine & hericenone content.
These are the most important compounds for ensuring the NGF and cognitive benefits from Lion's Mane.
In other words: This is some of the only Lion’s Mane on the market that is actually guaranteed to have a precise amount of the beneficial neural compounds that make Lion’s Mane so extraordinary.
I can’t overemphasize how rare it is to find a product like this on the market, where each batch is tested and standardized at superb quality and potency.
Yes, this results in a slightly higher cost for the end product. But it is well worth it to know that you are truly getting more bang for your buck.
So treat yourself to an extract with the high quality and standards you deserve...
And start getting more of the compounds responsible for Lion’s Mane’s widely reported benefits - like: optimizing absorption and retention of information, improving memory, clearing brain fog, and more.
Experience your brain on Lion's Mane.
Industry-Leading Erinacine & Hericenone Content
The lion’s mane extract at Hyperion Herbs has been 3rd party tested and confirmed to have 1.9% erinacine & hericenone content, with distributions as follows:
0.87% Total Hericenones
1.03% Total Erinacines
0.27% Erinacine A
This is among the highest in the industry. As you can see below, as little as a teaspoon per day provides a nice helping of erinacines and hericenones:
1 TSP (4 grams) of Hyperion Lion's Mane contains roughly:
76 mg of total erinacines and hericenones
41.2mg total erinacines
10.8mg Erinacine A
34.8mg total hericenones
**Consult a doctor or professional health care practitioner if you are taking prescription drugs, have a medical condition, or are pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Container Size: 4 oz. | 114 grams
Suggested Serving Size: ½ teaspoon which is about 2 grams 1-2 x a day, or as directed by a health professional
Serving Per Container: 57 servings
Cost Per Serving: $1.05 per serving
Directions: Add ½ teaspoon (or as directed by your health professional) to beverage or food of choice.
Unmatched Quality, Sourcing, & Potency
Our Lion's Mane is a potent, concentrated dual extract - not merely ground up raw mycelium. It has been 3rd party lab tested to contain over 1% Erinacines and 0.87% Hericenones to ensure the maximum brain and nervous system benefits. It is a dual extract made from 50% fruiting bodies and 50% mycelium. Hyperion Herbs' Lion's Mane is grown organically on hard wood - ensuring the utmost quality and purity.
Through our extraction process, the active constituents are extracted from our Organic Lion's Mane, and then concentrated to produce far more potency, bio-availability, and efficacy in less space.
We have had a relationship with our distributor for many years, and not only know exactly where our herbs grow, but ensure the purity and potency with 3rd party lab testing. We are involved in every step of the process and proud to take the extra effort to ensure the quality so you don’t have to. Our products are grown organically, extracted purely, and secured in their respective packaging without the use of any fillers.
How to Use This Powdered Extract
This powder can be added directly to smoothies, juices, and protein shakes. The flavor is actually one of the better ones, and would blend well with anything sweet, fruity, or savory. Vanilla undertones give it a versatile and fun base to work with. I use it often in dessert type preparations and love it!! It is already prepared and ready to consume as is- no heat or stewing necessary. Powdered extracts generally mix more easily in warmer temperatures, but a blender can be used to help incorporate the powder into cooler foods and beverages or simply to ensure a more thorough distribution.
Studies on the Benefits of Lion's Mane
Lion's Mane and NGF: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24266378
Lion's Mane and Anxiety/Depression: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29091526
Lion's Mane and Improved Cognition: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18844328
Lion's Mane and Memory: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5237458/
Lion's Mane and Inflammation: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27481156