Especially interested in the Time Health Lion’s Mane. Thoughts and ideas seem more fluid and there is a decrease in brain fog. It seems like it should be pretty easy and I am thinking about attempting this now that the weather is more favourable. Listing 'polysaccharides' instead means the vendor is either not up-to-date or unaware of the developments of the last decade. Way better than any noot I've tried and lasts for years. LOL. To get e.g. NGF-eyedrops ??? Or he just prefers to keep the actual specifications vague. We are writing you from the Lion's Mane recruitment services. Not super noticeable to me personally, but not negative by any means. Those compounds should be listed on the label in worthwhile quantities to make it an interesting supplement. I know the cost would be insane. Brand?). Probably because it will make their product look like it offers bad value for money. I think it just needs something to grow into, sawdust or a log, and then a shady area to live in. But I also take Maca at night, and have I'm already a rabbit with Wellbutrin and Methylphenidate. Lion’s mane extracts protected against alcohol-induced stomach lining … Can you elaborate on SSRI induced damage? .....if this will restore myelin, then why hasn’t it been identified to help with hair loss, the nerves that connect to the follicles needs to be restored correct? Press J to jump to the feed. (I don't know the density of the terpenes that make up the NGF-inducers but assume like all oils it is lower than water. Objective facts only. Lion's Mane is said to help prevent the deterioration of cognitive abilities (such as caused by ageing, drug abuse or e.g. Case loads of this stuff could be shipped around the world and used to help with stopping the blight of dementia in its tracks. I just feel mentally calm and happy, like everything is going to be OK. My life, while not perfect, feels like a smooth ride now. Lion’s mane is an ancient medicinal mushroom widely considered to have potent gut health-boosting properties. For Lion's Mane that's the alcohol solubles (terpenes/mero-terpenes), for Cordyceps that's the nucleosides like cordycepin, uridine, adenosine etc. I liked the effects of Lion's Mane, but after about 3 months I started having massive headaches. That deposit is what is in the capsules; the actual extract. Lion's Mane is highly anxiogenic and depressing for me. These days I get repetitive TMS brain stim. (Natures Way/Now? For example, in 2019, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent a warning letter to Pure Nootropics, LLC, for making unsubstantiated claims about a variety of their products, including for their lion's mane powder. Realmushroom's Lion's Mane is a fruiting body based hot water extract, standardised for beta-glucan. The other shit is just filled with Rice. As for product recommendations I personally try to avoid specific product endorsements in a post but instead do my best to explain what to look for in specific products instead, based on the research and using common sense and logic. And yes biomass will have more side effects potentially, because of its impurity. *** Also, the Oriveda product is prohibitively expensive (I am off sick due to my condition, so cost is an issue). I have been taking it as a mix with Reishi and Chaga) It was advertised as a stimulant, like a caffeine replacement, but to me it doesn't feel like jittery rocket fuel, so much as refuelling my emotional reservoirs. A lion. RM was white. This is an excellent fact based post. I suppose there is good reason for that! Lion's Mane has proven benefits across many aspects of cognitive health. But the value is worth it. But you might be disappointed because of the low yield. Honestly, I experience the same things - anxiety, depression...etc.etc. Nowadays a vendor should list 'Beta-glucan' on his label if he wants to give an accurate indication of quality. Logic tells me if that really worked everybody would be using it. do you have a similar post for any other mushroom (eg cordycrps) or nootroopic? ️UK MADE & HIGH QUALITY. Hey man I found your post on google searching for lions mane... Have these incredible effects held up since you posted this? What works? I think I'll keep it partially contained so that spore don't fly everywhere. Especially if you have impairments. No way you can offer a decent product for a few dollars only unless you cut some corners. Lion’s Mane is well on its way to being a critical element of treatment options related to this process. Are there other reliable, cheaper ways of getting NGF. It would be a shame if Host Defense isn't a good choice because it's Stamets brand isn't it? But it's great to know. First off, let’s start with a little background. If you have read this post you'll know that's not the optimal choice if you want the NGF-boosting. Every good quality extract actually starts as a 'tincture', but then the alcohol (or water) is made to evaporate, leaving the deposit. So objectively speaking for NGF-promotion the Realmushroom Lion's Mane is not a good choice. Real Mushrooms is the real deal. Some lion's mane supplements have been marketed with unsupported claims, such as the promotion of weight loss, brain health, and the prevention of heart disease. But Oriveda product is the only alcohol extract and guarantees the active compounds, which other vendors don't want to specify. Over Lion's Mane Lion’s Mane bevat ruim 70 bioactieve stoffen. So here is a brief outline of what Lion’s Mane is. Unfortunately, I have bad cognitive impairment at the moment and had to read through several times to understand! “(Customers) always use the word ‘actually’ when they say ‘this is good,’ to qualify it,” Kaskowitz says. Here are 9 health benefits of Lion’s Mane mushroom and why you should be including it in your diet and supplement regimen. The braintropic link is mainly trying to sell you a lot of stuff. Personally I have loved Lions mane (or well mushrooms in general. I was really hoping I wouldn't notice any good benefits from this as it's an expensive supplement for me and it will surely make my wallet lighter if I use it all year round. Also...has any company maybe sought after mass producing this stuff? Time Health Lion’s Mane extract is grown traditionally and naturally (not grown in a lab on substrates) on hardwood sticks. Lions mane seems pretty limited for cognitive anyway. I Tried Lion's Mane And It Changed My Life. Cue music. The cheap stuff you see is usually either biomass based or something else entirely. All research points to the alcohol soluble terpenes, and the most powerful terpenes (erinacines) are found in the mycelium. https://harmonicarts.ca/product/lions-mane-organic/. Trying to cut costs by doing your own cultivation / extraction sounds like a great plan but don't overlook these facts: the amount of NGF-inducing compounds (hericenones, which are mero-terpenes) in the fruiting body is very low, only ± 0.2 %. I received no reply. Lion's Mane is an exceptional, one of a kind, organic nootropic that has many health benefits; additional to its nootropic ones. comment was about where you say that time health lion's mane specifies polysaccharides? Take too much, I've noticed headaches (2g+). Our Lions mane is 100% vegan friendly. It's just an overall nice feeling. Time Health Ultra Strength Lions mane (Hericium Erinaceus) is a High Strength Extract containing 50% Beta 1,3/1,6 D Glucans. Hericium erinaceus is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth as a medicine, short-term. I have collected the existing relevant information and copy/pasted that below with my remarks, doing my best to be objective. Lions Mane mushrooms may also be referenced as bearded toothed mushrooms, bearded hedgehog mushrooms, or even pom pom mushrooms.+ These toothed fungi are certainly eye-catching, but they’re just as awesome (if not more) on the inside.. As a choice edible and highly praised medicinal supplement, the Lions Mane mushroom sweeps across the board, catching much-deserved attention along the way. Directly ingesting the mushrooms has been observed to help Japanese patients between 50-80 yo with mild cognitive impairment ( in one of the research published in the post ) so why not. P.S. I hope you don't mind me asking some questions. Out of all nootropics, lion’s mane was the worst investment for me.