You asked, we answered: What is Lion’s Mane good for?*
First up, let’s get your pressing question answered: What is Lion’s Mane good for?* Plenty! Lion’s Mane mushroom offers support for your brain.* It also happens to be one of the mushrooms we make into a tincture. Ours is 100% Certified Organic, made with only fruiting bodies and includes cinnamon for a warm, spicy flavor and support for healthy circulation.*
The Latin name for Lion’s Mane is Hericium erinaceus, but its common names are better known: Pom Pom Mushroom, Monkey Head Mushroom, and Brain Mushroom. Lion’s Mane has a deep, rich history of traditional use across North America, Europe, and Asia to support brain health.*
What is Lion’s Mane good for, specifically?*
- Lion’s Mane mushroom promotes optimal nervous and immune system health.*
- These fluffy white fungi support cognitive function.*
- It promotes mental clarity, focus and memory.*
- And Lion’s Mane provides cerebral and nervous system support.*
- Traditionally, Lion’s Mane has been used to support the digestive system.*
- It offers nourishment for the brain and supports the production of nerve growth factor.*
What is Lion’s Mane Good for?* Breakfast!
Try This Cozy Banana-Hazelnut Oatmeal Recipe
Move over, Tony the Tiger! We think Lion’s Mane makes a better breakfast. When you asked “what is Lion’s Mane good for?” you likely weren’t expecting a recipe, but we’re giving you one. This one is simple yet comforting, perfect for mornings when you need something tasty to lure you out from under the covers. Since our tincture contains cinnamon, we think our Lion’s Mane is good for this recipe!
This oatmeal features banana and hazelnuts, but get creative. Use whatever fruit and nut combo you like. If you don’t like following recipes, simply stir a serving of our Lion’s Mane tincture into your favorite oatmeal before you eat.
Takes about 15 minutes to prep.
|1 small banana, chopped||Pinch of salt|
|½ cup oats||1/2 cup non-dairy milk (we like oat milk)|
|1 tablespoon ground flax seed||1/2 cup water|
|2 tablespoons hemp hearts||1 serving Mushroom Revival Lion’s Mane tincture|
|1 tablespoon maple syrup or honey||1 ounce toasted hazelnuts or cashews|
To a medium saucepan, add the banana, oats, flax, hemp, sweetener, salt, milk and water. Stir to combine, then cook over medium-low heat until the oats are creamy. Remove from heat and stir in the Lion’s Mane tincture.
Transfer to a bowl, then garnish with the nuts. Serve immediately.
To make this recipe, you need Lion’s Mane tincture. Before you buy, ask these four questions:
- Is yours always Certified Organic?
- Is it double-extracted in water and alcohol to get more of the mushroom’s supportive compounds?
- How about made with 100% fruiting bodies — never mycelium?
- And is it tested for purity and potency (with proof!)?
(If you choose ours, the answer to all those questions is always YES!)
What is Lion’s Mane good for?* We hope you’ve formed your own answer after reading this blog post.