Capsules with red fly agaric and Lion's mane are designed for a course duration of 30 or 60 days, depending on what dosage (0.5 g or 1 g) you take. This is a convenient way to control dosage without having to weigh the mushrooms.
Lion's mane is a mushroom that is actively used in Eastern traditional medicine. It has long been used in the healing cuisine of Japan and Chinese medicine.
Scientific research confirms many groups of effects of Lion's mane on the physiology of the human body. These include:
The rich red or bright orange color of the fly agaric cap is explained by the presence of muscaruphine in its composition. It is this substance that provides the fruiting body of the fungus with antibiotic and antitumor effects.
The color fastness of the common red fly agaric is not very strong. But Jackson's fly agaric grows in North America. Its color is so bright and its pigment so stable that indigenous people use the mushroom as a natural dye for fabrics.
Adaptogens, such as red fly agaric, have the ability to ensure the body's adaptation to any stressful situations, be it physical or emotional stress. This suggests that its regular use allows all organs and systems of the body to recover much better and faster.