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High Strength Lion's Mane Capsules

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Potent 10:1 Extract

Grown On Wood

Enhances Mental Clarity

Nourishes & Protects The Brain

Improves Focus & Concentration

Supports Gut Health

30-45% Beta-d-glucans

No Fillers, No Grains

Certified By Eurofins

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"feel more alert and less anxious throughout the day"

Cognitive Boost
Experience sharper focus and enhanced mental clarity with a potent 10:1 extract, delivering a high concentration of active compounds that simplify navigating complex tasks.

Immune Support
Optimized with 45% beta-D-glucans, this formula strengthens your immune defenses, making you more resilient and well-prepared for daily challenges.

Digestive Health
Enhance your gut health with a clean and effective supplement, free from unnecessary additives and focused solely on promoting your overall well-being.

Pure and Potent
Our product offers unmatched purity, utilizing 100% fruiting bodies with no fillers or additives, ensuring you receive all the inherent benefits.

How to use

Daily Routine: Consume two capsules each morning with a full glass of water for optimal absorption.

Usage Cycle: For best results, continue use for a four-month cycle, followed by a two-week break. Repeat as necessary.

Additional Information: These capsules can be taken on an empty stomach. For enhanced cognitive benefits, consider pairing with BrainTech supplements.

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100% Fruiting Body of Lion’s Mane


Incorporate Lion’s Mane into your study or work routine. Its potential to enhance synaptic brain plasticity may help with learning and memory retention. Take a dose before diving into complex tasks or learning new skills.

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High Strength Lion's Mane Capsules


Unlock Nature’s Secret to Mental Clarity With 10x More Potent Lion’s Mane Extract

When it comes to Lion's Mane and mushrooms in general, quality and potency can vary drastically. Most products use subpar ingredients, ineffective dosages, or fillers that dilute their effectiveness. We solved this problem by selecting the world’s most experienced herbalists to deliver top 1% of mushroom extracts.

100% fruiting bodies

Absolutely ZERO fillers

35-45% of Beta-D-Glucans

Certified Organic

Extremely Potent

Sustainable mushroom farms

Sustainable growth protocols 100% fruiting bodies Absolutely ZERO fillers
35-45% of Beta-D-Glucans Certified Organic High Potency
"Solve’s Lions Mane is a phenomenal product. I’ve been using it for improving cognitive function & I can highly recommend this product."
— Vivien H., Verified Buyer
"Quality of those mushrooms is really good. I have tried a few different brands and this one because is highly concentrated gives really good results."
— Kate S., Verified Buyer
"I felt compelled to write this review after buying another brand to compare against. Solve Labs is far superior. In taste and effect."
— Charlie, Verified Buyer
Ancient Wisdom for Modern Minds

A little bit of history
Lion's Mane mushroom, known scientifically as Hericium erinaceus, has been a revered component of traditional Chinese medicine since as early as 200 BC.

Legends tell of Buddhist monks who consumed Lion's Mane to deepen their focus during meditation, harnessing its powers to enhance clarity and concentration. This rich historical tapestry showcases the mushroom's esteemed place in the annals of medicinal history.

Did you know...
Lion's Mane has been mentioned in ancient Chinese medical texts, including the "Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing," one of the oldest and most comprehensive Chinese books on herbal medicine. It was praised for its powerful tonic effects, capable of increasing health and longevity.

Secret Weapon Of
High Achievers

Increase your productivity

Lion’s Mane Mushroom promotes the production of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF), enhancing neurones growth and maintenance. This supports improved memory, attention, and problem-solving abilities, boosting overall productivity.†

Make better decisions

Studies have shown that Lion’s Mane can lead to improvements in mental clarity and cognitive perception, making it easier to process information and make decisions efficiently.†

“Lion's Mane improved working memory, complex attention, and reaction time" (La Monica et al., 2023)

“Participants performed quicker on the Stroop task (p = 0.005) at 60 min post dose" following acute supplementation with Lion’s Mane” x 2023)

“Lion’s Mane has neuroprotective actions and can stimulate peripheral nerve regeneration" (Basko & Dohmen, 2023)

Guard Your

As neurodegenerative diseases rise, safeguard your cognitive health with our Lion's Mane Capsules. Formulated for all ages, these capsules harness the neuroprotective properties of Lion's Mane Mushroom, renowned for its ability to support brain longevity and mental sharpness.

Whether you're young or old, integrate daily cognitive defense into your routine to keep your mind as sharp tomorrow as it is today.

Supports Cognitive Longevity

Fights Neurodegenerative Decline

Maintains Mental Sharpness

Lion's Mane Protocol

For the best results from Lion’s Mane mushroom, we suggest taking it consistently for four months. This lets its active ingredients build up in your system, offering optimal benefits.

After this period, take a two-week break before starting a new cycle. For enhanced effects, consider combining it with other functional mushrooms to experience a synergistic benefit.










Only From

The Source

Our functional mushroom extracts are sourced from their native habitats in Siberia, Fujian (China), or Mongolia—regions known for their ideal growing conditions. These areas have supported a mushroom cultivation tradition for hundreds of years. Cultivated on secluded, family-owned farms that follow strict growth protocols, our mushrooms ensure the highest quality.

Rigorously tested for purity and heavy metals, our extracts are certified organic and crafted by skilled herbalists, embodying centuries of expertise and delivering optimal benefits from the world’s most suitable environments.


Why our Lion's Mane extract?

10:1 extract - concentrated form of extract to ensure bioavailability of raw material

100% Natural - no unnecessary additives or fillers

Vegetable capsules - suitable for vegans and vegetarians

100% Fruiting bodies - no mycelium mixed with grain

Grown on wood - fruited on enriched sawdust to ensure high synthesis of active compounds

High beta-glucan content - tested in independent laboratories to ensure high beta glucan content

What does the 10:1 extract ratio mean?

The 10:1 ratio means that 1 kg of dried Reishi mushrooms is used to produce 100 g of concentrated extract, ensuring a potent and effective dose in a smaller quantity.

What part of the mushroom was the extract prepared from?

We only use the fruiting bodies of the mushroom. This is due to the desire to obtain a pure mushroom extract. When dealing with mycelium-based supplements, unfortunately it may turn out that up to 60-70% of such an extract will be starch instead of mushroom without the health-promoting effects attributed to mushrooms.

This is due to the inability to separate the mycelium from the medium on which it grew. Once the fungus has colonised the medium, the whole thing is ground up and subjected to extraction processes. This is a cheap and quick way of growing mushrooms without bringing them to the fruiting stage.

How many polysaccharides does the extract contain?

Our mushroom extracts are not standardised to a specific amount of polysaccharides, as this is not an indicator of the quality of the extract.

Mushroom-based products contain many types of polysaccharides (polysaccharides), such as chitin, alpha glucans or beta glucans.

Alpha glucans are compounds that do not have the properties attributed to fungi. They are usually derived from the starchy medium on which the fungus grows. They are used in mycelium products or mushroom biomass, which is a mixture of mycelium and fruiting bodies.

Active substances are also polysaccharides, but in a different configuration - Beta-D-glucans 1-3 and 1-6. These are found in the fruiting bodies of mushrooms.

For more on beta-glucan and a survey of our mushrooms, see the article:

What is the mushroom extraction process like?

Dried mushroom fruiting bodies are ground to a fine dust and then extracted using hot water and alcohol.

The water dissolves the cell walls of the mushrooms, which are made of chitin, and extracts compounds such as beta glucans (biologically active polysaccharides in mushrooms). Since we do not have an enzyme that can effectively digest chitin - hot water extraction is fundamental to the bioavailability of fungal preparations. Alcohol, on the other hand, allows the extraction of water-insoluble compounds such as triterpenes.

Once the extract has been concentrated, spray drying follows, leaving a final dry extract. Spray drying is the optimum dehydration process for wet extracts - keeping nutrient losses to a minimum.

What distinguishes an extract from a ground mushroom?

Extraction is the optimal way of processing mushrooms to extract the active substances. These are encapsulated in the cell walls of the mushrooms, which are made up of chitin.

We do not have an enzyme that is able to digest chitin and for this reason mushrooms must be subjected to extraction processes. Extraction makes the raw material fully assimilable by our body.

What is the best time to take mushroom supplements?

Lion's mane and Cordyceps, as mushrooms support alertness and increase energy levels, are best taken in the first part of the day or before a workout. If you're adding mushrooms to your coffee, it's a good idea to limit your coffee intake to between 13:00 and 14:00. This will reduce the negative effects of caffeine on sleep quality. A good alternative to coffee is to drink mushrooms in tea.

Reishi, due to its tonic and calming properties on the nervous system, is worth taking in the evening, preferably with green tea or cocoa.
In the case of Chaga mushrooms, the time of consumption does not matter.

What are Beta-d-glucans (1.3&1.6)?

Beta-D-glucans are a type of complex sugar made from long chains of glucose molecules. They are found in nature, especially in mushrooms, and are known for their strong ability to support and regulate the immune system. Beta-D-glucans from mushrooms are considered to be more beneficial than those sourced from cereals like oats and barley, yeasts, or certain algae. This is due to their distinct structural features and the health advantages they offer. At Solve Labs, we exclusively utilise mushroom-sourced Beta-D-Glucans for these reasons. There are two key attributes that are particularly noteworthy about mushroom beta-d-glucans:


Beta-D-glucans from mushrooms have a complex branching structure with β-(1,3) and β-(1,6) linkages. These is different from those found in grains, yeasts and algae. This branching pattern is believed to be responsible for their biological activity and potential health benefits.

The unique molecular structure of mushroom beta-d-glucans allows them to interact with specific receptors in the immune system and exert immunomodulatory effects.

What are the active compounds in Lion's Mane Mushroom Powder?

Lion's Mane, derived from the Hericium erinaceus mushroom, contains a variety of bioactive compounds known for their numerous health benefits. Here are the primary active compounds found in Lion's Mane Mushroom:

  1. Polysaccharides:
    The most notable polysaccharides in Lion's Mane are β-glucans. These compounds have significant immunomodulatory, anti-cancer, antioxidant, and neuroprotective properties. They help boost the immune system, reduce oxidative stress, and promote overall health (David & Williams, 2023).
  2. Hericenones and Erinacines:
    These are unique compounds found in the fruiting bodies and mycelium of Lion's Mane. Hericenones are known to stimulate the production of nerve growth factor (NGF), which supports the growth and maintenance of neurons. Erinacines, primarily found in the mycelium, also promote NGF synthesis and have shown potential in protecting against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's (Spelman et al., 2017).
  3. Phenolic Compounds:
    Lion's Mane contains various phenolic compounds that exhibit strong antioxidant activities. These antioxidants help to neutralize free radicals, thereby protecting cells from damage and reducing the risk of chronic diseases (Szydłowska-Tutaj et al., 2023).
  4. Sterols:
    Sterols such as ergosterol and cerevisterol are found in Lion's Mane and have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. These compounds also play a role in maintaining cell membrane integrity and function (Li et al., 2017).
  5. Dilinoleoyl-phosphatidylethanolamine (DLPE):
    This compound is known for its neuroprotective properties and ability to cross the blood-brain barrier. DLPE aids in brain health and cognitive function, making it a key compound in supporting neurological health (Basko & Dohmen, 2023).
  6. Aromatic Compounds:
    Compounds such as hericenone C and hericene A have shown potential anti-cancer activities. These compounds inhibit the proliferation of cancer cells and induce apoptosis, making Lion's Mane a potential adjunct in cancer therapy (Li et al., 2015).
  7. Vitamins and Minerals:
    Lion's Mane is a source of essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamin B12, which is crucial for nerve function and overall metabolic health (Teng et al., 2014).
How does Lion's Mane support cognitive function?

1. Stimulation of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) Production:
Lion's Mane contains compounds called hericenones and erinacines, which stimulate the synthesis of nerve growth factor (NGF). NGF is crucial for the growth, maintenance, and survival of neurons. Studies have shown that these compounds can cross the blood-brain barrier and promote neurogenesis, enhancing cognitive functions such as learning and memory (Spelman et al., 2017).

2. Neuroprotective Effects:
Lion's Mane exhibits strong neuroprotective properties. The mushroom's polysaccharides and other bioactive compounds help protect neurons from oxidative stress and inflammation, which are major contributors to cognitive decline. These neuroprotective effects are beneficial in conditions such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases (Docherty et al., 2023).

3. Enhancement of Cognitive Performance:
Research has demonstrated that Lion's Mane supplementation can improve cognitive performance. In a study on young adults, participants who consumed Lion's Mane showed improved speed and accuracy in cognitive tasks, as well as reduced feelings of stress (Docherty et al., 2023).

4. Reduction of Anxiety and Depression Symptoms:
Lion's Mane has anxiolytic and antidepressant effects. It has been shown to reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, which can indirectly improve cognitive function by enhancing mood and reducing mental fatigue. Studies on animal models have indicated significant reductions in anxiety behaviors with Lion's Mane supplementation (Rodriguez & Lippi, 2022).

5. Improvement in Memory and Learning:
Lion's Mane has been shown to enhance memory and learning abilities. Animal studies have reported that Lion's Mane supplementation leads to improvements in spatial memory and recognition, likely due to its neurogenic and neuroprotective effects (Nkodo, 2019).

Is Lion's Mane Mushroom Powder safe for everyone?

Lion's Mane is generally safe for most people, but it is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Always consult a healthcare provider before starting any new supplement, especially if you have existing health conditions or are taking medications.

How Lion's Mane can help with ADHD symptoms

Lion's Mane offers potential benefits for managing ADHD symptoms through various mechanisms. Here’s how it can help:

1. Neuroprotection and Neurogenesis:
Lion's Mane is rich in hericenones and erinacines, compounds known to stimulate the production of nerve growth factor (NGF). NGF is essential for the growth, maintenance, and survival of neurons. Enhanced NGF levels can support brain health and cognitive functions, which are often compromised in individuals with ADHD (Spelman et al., 2017).

2. Cognitive Enhancement:
Research has shown that Lion's Mane can improve cognitive performance, including memory and concentration. In a study involving young adults, participants who took Lion's Mane showed significant improvements in cognitive tasks and reduced feelings of stress, which can indirectly benefit individuals with ADHD by enhancing focus and reducing anxiety (Docherty et al., 2023).

3. Anxiety and Depression Reduction:
Lion's Mane has been found to have anxiolytic and antidepressant effects, which are beneficial for individuals with ADHD who often experience anxiety and depression. Studies in animal models have shown that Lion's Mane supplementation reduces anxiety behaviours and improves mood, which can help alleviate some ADHD symptoms (Rodriguez & Lippi, 2022).

4. Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory Properties:
The antioxidant properties of Lion's Mane help protect neurones from oxidative stress and inflammation, which are linked to cognitive decline and neurological disorders. By reducing oxidative stress and inflammation, Lion's Mane supports overall brain health and function, which can be beneficial for managing ADHD symptoms (Mau et al., 2002).

5. Enhancement of Serotonin Levels:
Lion's Mane contains compounds that can influence serotonin levels, a neurotransmitter involved in mood regulation and cognitive functions. Improved serotonin levels can help stabilize mood and enhance focus, providing additional support for those with ADHD (Fijałkowska et al., 2023).

Why fruiting bodies are superior to mycelium supplements in medicinal mushrooms?

The debate between the efficacy of fruiting bodies versus mycelium in mushroom supplements is ongoing. However, several studies highlight the superior benefits of fruiting bodies over mycelium. Here’s why:

  1. Higher Concentration of Bioactive Compounds:
    Fruiting bodies generally contain higher concentrations of key bioactive compounds compared to mycelium. For example, triterpenoids and polysaccharides, which contribute to the anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immunomodulatory effects of mushrooms, are more abundant in the fruiting bodies (Lin et al., 2013).
  2. Better Antioxidant Properties:
    Studies show that the antioxidant capacity of fruiting bodies is often significantly higher than that of mycelium. This is evident in the effective concentration values needed to achieve antioxidant effects, with fruiting bodies consistently performing better in DPPH scavenging assays (Prasad et al., 2015).
  3. Enhanced Bioavailability:
    The bioactive compounds present in fruiting bodies are more readily bioavailable, meaning they can be more effectively absorbed and utilised by the human body. This has been demonstrated in studies where higher levels of cordycepin and other beneficial compounds were found post-digestion in fruiting bodies compared to mycelium (Jędrejko et al., 2022).
  4. Richer Nutrient Profile:
    Fruiting bodies contain a broader and richer profile of nutrients, including essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. This comprehensive nutrient composition enhances their overall health benefits compared to mycelium (Ulziijargal & Mau, 2011).
  5. Higher Phenolic Content:
    Phenolic compounds, which are critical for their antioxidant activity, are found in higher concentrations in fruiting bodies. This leads to more potent antioxidant effects, protecting cells from oxidative stress and potentially lowering the risk of chronic diseases (Prasad et al., 2015).
  6. Efficacy in Traditional Medicine:
    Fruiting bodies have a long history of use in traditional medicine, indicating their effectiveness and reliability. Mycelium, while easier to produce, does not have the same extensive historical usage, suggesting that fruiting bodies have been preferred for their superior medicinal properties over centuries (Sommano et al., 2022).