If you follow the latest trends in health and fitness then you’ll be followed around the internet with adverts prompting you to buy Neurotropic mushrooms like Lions Mane. Mushroom infused coffee, capsules, teas and chocolates (even the magic kind).
I caved and decided to get some- simply because I was (to the letter of the law) harassed by Mushroom adverts. I did however commit so that I could write a blog and share it with you. I researched and found some supplements that I knew were real.
What I found when I started researching Lions Mane mushroom supplements was that this product was in full ‘trend mode’. Meaning that it was clear the market was full of cons, fake products, poor quality tablets and worse. Very similar to when I tried CBD oils.
The biggest issue facing a consumer is that we now have so much easy access to products, and skills to sell them, that anybody can put together a nice website and start to sell using paid ads. When a market is ‘trending’ it attracts everybody, and anybody looking for a quick buck.
I learned quickly that there are a lot of products out there that do not sell what they say they do. From using cutting agents to products that do not contain the active ingredients which make Lions Mane Mushrooms so valuable. Honestly, it was a minefield.
I resorted to contacting somebody I knew well in the wellness industry and they suggested that I contact the supplier and ask them for Lab-reports showing the presence of hericenones and erinacines, plus a guarantee of the percentage of Polysaccharides that makes up the extract. It all seems very confusing.
But you can see my recommendations below.
The benefits of Lions Mane
- Improves Cognitive Function
- Improves Digestion Health
- Boosts Immune System
- Manages Heart Health
- Manages Diabetes
- Reduces Chronic Inflammation
Which are the best Lions Manes Supplements from the UK
- Your Zooki