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Organic Lion’s Mane

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  • Made from organic fruiting bodies
  • 60 x 500 mg Lion’s Mane capsules
  • Gluten-free, non-GMO, and vegan
  • Popular nootropic: possibly increases NGF/BDNF
  • Guaranteed to contain >25% beta-glucans
  • No additives: no starch, mycelium, or grain
  • Processed and packaged in a GMP-certified facility
  • Tested by independent third-party laboratories
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Organic 1:1 Lion's Mane capsules

When you want to buy organic Lion’s Mane, you will also come across the name Hericium erinaceus, which is the scientific name for the Lion’s Mane mushroom. In traditional Chinese medicine, Lion’s Mane is used to stimulate mental performance.

MushPeak’s Lion’s Mane supplements are made from high-quality fruiting bodies – and nothing else. To ensure your mushroom supplement contains as many nutrients as possible, all of our products are organic and free from harmful, undesirable substances. Check out the labels or our Lab Results for more information.

What is Lion’s Mane good for?

Lion’s Mane is known for its potential positive effects on the brain. It’s a well-known culinary and functional mushroom, thanks to its many potential health benefits.

For example, Lion’s Mane contains anti-inflammatory properties and components that may have antioxidant, antitumor, and antiviral effects. According to research (1, 2, 3), Lion’s Mane promotes Nerve Growth Factor (NGF). This may have beneficial effects on our brain and mental health.

Most people buy organic Lion’s Mane to help boost their memory, productivity, cognitive performance, and focus.

Scientists continue to research the effects of Lion’s Mane, but there are already a variety of studies that point to interesting results. See some references at the bottom of this page.

Which organic Lion’s Mane should you buy?

MushPeak sells both Lion’s Mane 1:1 capsules and Lion’s Mane 8:1 dual extract capsules. Both products are organic, based solely on fruiting bodies, and they have their own benefits and uses.

  • Lion’s Mane 1:1 is made using a special purification method that breaks down the mushrooms’ cell walls. The mushroom’s nutrients remain intact and are made bioavailable so your body can use them.
  • Lion’s Mane dual extract 8:1 is made by extracting the active ingredients with hot water and ethanol. Eight fruiting bodies yield one part dual extract. This results in a high concentration of polysaccharides, hericenone (related to NGF stimulation), linoleic acid, arabitol, and palmitic acid.

For support of a healthy lifestyle, people often use Lion’s Mane 1:1 capsules. For achieving a specific goal, people use the Lion’s 8:1 Mane dual extract capsules.

Not sure which Lion’s Mane to buy? Contact us, we are happy to help you.

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How to use Lion’s Mane?

Recommended use is to take one to a maximum of two Lion’s Mane capsules daily and not exceeding the recommended daily dose.

Supplements should not replace a balanced diet, a healthy lifestyle, or be used to treat any diseases. Keep this product out of the reach of children. If you are ill or pregnant, always consult your physician. The information on this website serves general information purposes and should not be considered medical advice. While traditional Chinese medicine has existed for thousands of years and has been tested on numerous individuals, MushPeak makes no claims about the proven medicinal properties of herbs or mushrooms, in accordance with current EU legislation. Detailed information on mushrooms is available from public sources online. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.


  1. Ghosh S., Nandi S., Banerjee A., Sarkar S., Chakraborty N., & Acharya K. (2021). Prospecting medicinal properties of Lion’s mane mushroom. Journal of Food Biochemistry. 45(8).
  2. Younis N.A. (2020). Online Survey for Patient Outcomes on Hericium Erinaceous Mushroom. Pharmacognosy Journal. 12(3):519-525.
  3. Spelman K., Sutherland, E., & Bagade, A. (2017). Neurological Activity of Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus). Journal of Restorative Medicine. 6(1).
Based on 2 reviews
2 Reviews

K Machielse Verified Customer

Lions Mane Fast delivery, good product. One of the few brands where I notice that it really works, and nice that they communicate which tests have been done.
27 Jun 2024

ZGF Verified Customer

Satisfied with the combo I am very satisfied, I combine lion's mane with chaga and take 1 capsule of each per day. I notice quite quickly after taking the lion's mane that I am less eas...Read More
29 Feb 2024