Double Wood Lion's Mane Mushroom

Lion’s Mane Mushroom, also known as Yamabushitake, is an edible mushroom that is often taken as a supplement to support brain health and cognitive function.

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Lion's Mane Mushroom Key Benefits

  • SUPPORTS NERVE GROW FACTOR (NGF) LEVELS – Lion’s Mane has been shown to promote NGF levels, which supports the proliferation and survival of new neurons.*
  • SUPPORTS BRAIN HEALTH AND IMMUNE HEALTH – Research has shown that Lion’s Mane supplementation can support overall brain health and cognitive function. It may also help support healthy immune system health.*
  • SUPPORTS HEALTHY STRESS LEVELS – Research has shown Lion’s Mane supports healthy mood and stress levels, especially in menopausal women.*


MADE IN THE USA - Lion's Mane is manufactured right here in the USA and third party tested for purity and potency.  

Vegan, Soy-Free, Gluten-Free, and Non-GMO


What is Lion’s Mane Mushroom?

Lion’s Mane Mushroom, also known as Yamabushitake, is an edible mushroom that is often taken as a supplement due to ability to support brain health and cognitive function. Lion’s Mane is particularly popular due to its ability to support nerve-grow factor (NGF) levels, a neurotrophic factor which is involved in regulating the proliferation and survival of new neurons.*


Recommended Dosage

The typically recommended dosage of Lion’s Mane is 1000 mg per day, taken with food. This dose can be repeated with each meal if desired, for a total daily dose of 3000 mg. It’s not recommended to exceed 3000 mg per day due to a lack of research at higher doses, though no specific safety concerns for higher doses have been raised.

Lion's Mane Mushroom Side Effects

Lion’s Mane is well tolerated and presents few adverse side effects. The most common side effect reported from taking Lion’s Mane is an upset stomach, which is less likely if used with food. Itchy skin is rarely reported as an adverse side effect as well.

Lion’s Mane should not be used if you suffer from a bleeding condition or are at least 2 weeks away from a surgery as some research suggests it may slow blood clotting. (Although this has only been observed in animal studies.)

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Keep out of reach of children. Consult a physician if you are pregnant or nursing; have or had a medical condition, or are taking prescription drugs. If you have any adverse effects to the product, stop taking the product immediately and consult your physician.