Hericium erinaceus - Lion's mane mushroom

Hericium erinaceus - mushroom nootropic

Herb erinaceus is already unique in its appearance - a soft fruiting body with spike-shaped outgrowths hanging down resembles rather than a mushroom, but an unusual animal. It is called "monkey head", "lion's mane", "mushroom noodles" and even "grandfather's beard".

The ability to restore and strengthen damaged neural connections is deservedly recognized as the most relevant properties of the hedgehog. This, in turn, contributes to a sharp perception of what is happening, improving the ability to abstract creative thinking, raising the mood. In a word, the hedgehog will bring to life everything that is necessary to achieve success in any endeavors. Eating a comb blackberry helps to reset your brain.

Thus, you are guaranteed:
  • surge of vital energy and cheerfulness;
  • memory improvement;
  • speed reaction;
  • attention optimization;
  • excellent mood.
The uniqueness of the combed urchin is due precisely to its ability to restore nerve cells. To date, this possibility is not yet available to all other drugs.
At the same time, the ability of the hedgehog has been proven:
  • stimulate the formation of myelin;
  • restore nerve fibers.
  • stimulate the growth of nerve tissue;
  • have a beneficial effect on the growth and development of nerve cells;
  • form neural networks;
  • repair damaged nerves;
  • optimize the transmission of signals by nerve fibers;
  • protect nerve cells from oxidative stress.
In this case, stimulation takes place without any pathological or toxic effects.

The content of useful substances of comb urchin.
  • hericenones;
  • erinacines;
  • cyatane.
  • polysaccharides (beta-glucan)

It is in the urchin that contains substances that stimulate the growth processes and regeneration of the membranes of neurons and the nerve fibers themselves. That is, the so-called regulatory growth factors.
  • protects the strength of the axon to mechanical stress;
  • isolates nerve impulses and accelerates the signals transmitted by them;
  • provides high-quality conduction of nerve impulses along neural brain connections and peripheral nerves;
  • promotes the transmission of an impulse to synapses - points of interconnection between neurons or a cell that receives a signal and a neuron.

LION'S MANE — has a rich nutty taste and is a valuable source of nutrients. lion's mane is high in protein, iron and B vitamins. It is also believed to be beneficial for the immune system and metabolism.

Different names for the mushroom:

  • Hericium erinaceus
  • Pom-Pom blanc
  • Lion's mane
  • There is a Japanese name "Yamabushitake"
  • Another name for "Monkey head" is from the Chinese translation "Houtougu"

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