Lion’s Mane is a nootropic mushroom that also known by the names Hericium Erinaceus, Sheep’s Head, Bear’s Head and Yamabushitake. The mushroom is immediately recognizable for its cascading teeth-like spines rather than the classic cap and stem appearance.
Lion's Mane Mushroom can be mistaken for three other species of Hericium which also grow in North America, all of which are popular edibles. In the wild, these mushrooms are common during late summer and fall on dead hardwoods, particularly American Beech.
Lion's Mane Mushroom is a choice edible when young, and the texture of the cooked mushroom is often compared to seafood. This mushroom is cultivated commercially on logs or sterilized sawdust. It is available fresh or dried in Asian grocery stores.
COA of Lion's Mane Mushroom Extract
Loss On Drying: ≤5.0%
Mesh Size: 100％ through 80 mesh
Ratio Extract: 10:1
Heavy Metal: ≤20.0ppm
Total Plate Count: ≤1000cfu/g
Yeast & Mold: ≤100cfu/g
Drums, Vacuum Packed
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