I have been using Wild Foods LIONS MANE for over four years. Mix it with Turkey Tail and Mushroom Blend to make a complex powder. I started doing this to mimic
a organic mushroom complex capsule I was taking. I wanted to add the powders to my teas and such. Plus have it affordable. Using the mushrooms with peptides in my tea, leaves a good flavor and somewhat a creamy texture. I can tell the difference when I run out. It has helped in my health.
This is my start to the day, added to my wild matcha, with some honey, and coconut milk . Delicious !
I'm a fan of all their products. No complaints. Just high quality stuff.
This lion's mane is the best!
I have been taking Lion's Mane for the past 7 days. I definitely feel a difference in my alertness and clarity in when I am working. Before this, I had felt sluggish and slow. I am very happy with the product!!
Lion's Mane Mushrooms
Lion's Mane can easily be added to hot or cold beverages, smoothies, and shakes.
Use coffee or tea as a base, throw in a dash of Wild Cocoa and then get creative by adding Wild Lion's Mane and other ingredients—like butter or Wild MCT Oil—for a delicious and nutritious longevity-friendly elixir.
Food For Thought
Lion’s mane may make a powerful difference for many due to the potent effects it has been said to offer the brain.
Lion’s mane is sometimes used to increase the amount of NGF in the brain, a crucial protein for nerve cell function.
Lion's Mane Lemon Tea Recipe
8 ounces Hot Water
½ tsp Wild Shroom #4 Lion's Mane Mushroom Extract Powder
3 slices Lemon
½ tsp Raw Honey
½ tsp Cinnamon
1. Combine the Wild Shroom, Lemon slices and Honey in a cup.
2. Heat water until steaming.
3. Pour it into the cup and cover to steep for 3 minutes.
4. Stir and sprinkle with cinnamon. Enjoy!
Lion's Mane Mushroom Resources
Lion's Mane Mushroom FAQ's
10:1 means 10lbs of raw material is used to produce 1lb of finished product.
1/2 TSP = 1000mg
2oz Container Servings: 56
4oz Container Servings: 112
No chemicals. Just water. It is triple water extracted.
We work with a small supplier in China. All mushrooms (other than our chaga which comes from Tibet) are grown and harvested in high altitude mountain regions of China. 80% of the world's medicinal mushrooms come from China, and almost all commercial viable ones do.
Yes! Every batch must pass COA testing to ensure safety for microbial and heavy metal content.
The range is 6.8% - 9%.
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