Botanical Name: Hericium erinaceus
Lion’s mane is especially useful for supporting the brain, heart, and gut. It helps protect against dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, and damage to the nervous system, including strokes and physical injuries. It can help protect against ulcers in the digestive tract and help reduce the risk of heart disease. Lion’s mane helps to manage diabetes.

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