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      Anyone using this and why are you using it? Been doing some reading on it and it sounds interesting.

      Anyone have a suggestion on brand?


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      I dunno but I would try it

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      I'm trying a product called "5 Mushrooms Reserve Blend" it has Reishi, Lions Mane, Cordyceps, Chaga, and Turkey Tail. Hippie-Farms.com
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      Quote Originally Posted by 6p6 View Post
      Anyone using this and why are you using it? Been doing some reading on it and it sounds interesting.

      Anyone have a suggestion on brand?


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      i have been using it to help heal up my cnc and lower my caffine intake. i have actually cut my coffee intake in half while using it. i use the om organic mushroom powder from amazon
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      Quote Originally Posted by guns01 View Post
      i have been using it to help heal up my cnc and lower my caffine intake. i have actually cut my coffee intake in half while using it. i use the om organic mushroom powder from amazon
      Ditto on the brand and I love this stuff.

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      Quote Originally Posted by 6p6 View Post
      Anyone using this and why are you using it? Been doing some reading on it and it sounds interesting.

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      Here is an awesome video from a FB group.


      Which is the Best Lion's Mane Mushroom for You?

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      1:1 hot water extract For those looking for daily overall health support the 1:1 lionís mane mushroom will be your best bet,

      8:1 dual hydro-alcoholic extract if you would really like to support cognitive function specifically, then the 8:1 is the clear winner.


      I was going to do a thread about lion's mane here but found this thread.I have been doing research on a good product for cognitive health.

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      Our results show that HE intake has the possibility to reduce depression and anxiety and these results suggest a different mechanism from NGF-enhancing action of H. erinaceus. Reduction of depression and anxiety by 4 weeks Hericium erinaceus intake. - PubMed - NCBI

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      Collectively, these facts strengthen the perception that Hericium erinaceus as a potential agent to reduce the risk of various neurodegenerative diseases

      Chemical Constituents from Hericium erinaceus Promote Neuronal Survival and Potentiate Neurite Outgrowth via the TrkA/Erk1/2 Pathway

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      Quote Originally Posted by joe1313 View Post
      Our results show that HE intake has the possibility to reduce depression and anxiety and these results suggest a different mechanism from NGF-enhancing action of H. erinaceus. Reduction of depression and anxiety by 4 weeks Hericium erinaceus intake. - PubMed - NCBI
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      I follow Paul Stamets. He is a mushroom guru. I use lion's mane for it's potential benefits of mitigating pugilistic dementia.



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      Quote Originally Posted by jipped genes View Post
      I follow Paul Stamets. He is a mushroom guru. I use lion's mane for it's potential benefits of mitigating pugilistic dementia.



      I have seen great reviews on his products too. I decided to go with the 8:1 Extract from ND. I am also going to try to grow my own.I bought a growing from a local grower. It cost me 35 shipped and the owner said I can email him as much as i want for help.

      This is an interesting thread.
      Lion'''s Mane and its nootropic potential. What is the best supplement ? : MushroomSupplements

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      [QUOTE=jipped genes;1363761 I use lion's mane for it's potential benefits of mitigating pugilistic dementia.
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      How long have you been using LM and what have you noticed so far?

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