Solaray Fermented Lion's Mane | Healthy Brain Function
Lion's Mane is a popular nutritional supplement with a host of benefits, it's recently skyrocked in popularity due to being featured and talked about often on the Joe Rogan Podcast. Lion's Mane is a large white mushroom which can be cooked, eaten raw, dried, or even put into teas. It's used to support cognition and brain function, to support immune health, to keep stress at bay, and best of all, Solaray's Fermented Lion's Mane supplement packs 500mg of Lion's Mane and is vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Solaray Fermented Lion's Mane Highlights
- 500mg Per Serving
- Supports Cognition & Brain Function
- Encourages Immune System Functions
- Helps Protect During Times of Stress
- Vegan and Vegetarian Friendly
What Are the Benefits of Lion's Mane?
- May Reduce Mild Anxiety and Depression
- Strong Anti-Inflammatory Abilities
- Strong Immune Boosting Abilities
- Powerful Antioxidant
- May Improve Cognitive Function & Brain Function
What is Lion's Mane?
Lioni's Mane Mushrooms also known as Hericium Erinaceus, are large white mushrooms with shaggy spines. They are eaten, used in teas, and supplements, and provide a wide array of benefits including cognitive benefits as well as reducing inflammation.
What Time of the Day Should I Take Lion's Mane?
Lion's Mane helps to power up your brain so it's great to take it in the morning.
Does Lion's Mane Contain Caffeine?
No Lioni's Mane does not contain caffeine. While Lion's Mane is often mixed with coffee and tea blends which may contain caffeine, the Lion's Mane Mushroom itself does not contain caffeine.
Take two vegetable capsules daily with a meal or a glass of water.
Solaray Fermented Lion's Mane Supplement Facts
Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children. Keep your licensed health care practitioner informed when using this product.
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