Lion's Mane 100g - Gift

The Brain Serum
Lion's Mane is a powerful mushroom for advanced mental functionality. Meticulously crafted following rigorous growth protocols to achieve the highest quality. 

Key Details

  • 10:1 Extract
  • 45% of Beta-d-glucans
  • Organically grown
  • Non-standardised with yeasts
  • 100% Fruiting Bodies
  • No fillers and additives, pure mushrooms
  • Tested regularly for quality by 3rd party labs
  • Vegan, Vegetarian, Kosher
brain HEALTH


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the nootropic king

Lion's mane will work particularly well for people who need a natural boost and motivation during daily tasks. Athletes, intellectual workers and those concerned with health and optimal mental performance.

Your daily ritual

Mushroom coffee is more than an exotic drink. It is a daily ritual. Once you try mushroom coffee and feel the difference, it will become part of every morning.

Lion's mane has been the subject of much research in terms of supporting brain and nervous system function. A study published in the International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms found that lion's mane extract stimulates 'neurite growth', which may protect against cognitive impairment.

"It's not a supplement, it's brain food"

  • 100% Fruiting Body of Lion’s Mane
The Benefits

Let’s take a moment for Lion’s Mane and how beneficial it can be for our brains. Heightened focus, mental clarity, improved cognitive function, better moods... Lion's Mane mushroom can provide all that and more.

  • Enhanced Cognitive Function - Known to enhance cognitive function, Lion's Mane may help to improve memory, focus, and mental clarity. The vital bioactive compound found in Lion's Mane is Hericenones. Research indicates that this particular compound could help to improve cognitive function, stimulate neuronal growth and possibly even generate damaged cells. [1]
  • NGF (Nerve Growth Factor) - Lion's mane mushroom is known for its ability to stimulate the production of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF). NGF is a protein that plays a crucial role in the growth, maintenance, and survival of neurons, both in the central and peripheral nervous systems. By promoting NGF production, Lion's Mane may support the development of new neurons and the overall health of the nervous system. [1] [9]
  • Neuroprotection - Lion's mane mushroom exhibits incredible neuroprotective properties. It can help protect brain cells from damage caused by oxidative stress and inflammation. This neuroprotective effect contributes to long-term brain health and may potentially reduce the risk of developing neurodegenerative diseases later in life. We are pretty convinced that that isn’t a risk worth taking. [1] [3]
  • Mood & Mental Wellness - Lion's mane isn't just about cognition though. It's also your secret weapon for mood and mental well-being. By modulating neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine, lion’s mane helps to regulate your mood and emotions while reducing feelings of anxiety and depression. Studies have indicated that this is especially so for menopausal women. So, whether you're feeling low or just want to maintain your good mood, Lion's Mane can support a positive outlook and overall mental wellbeing. [1] [3]
  • Improved Brain-Gut-Axis - Nicknamed the "second brain," the gut is replete with a vast neuron network, comparable in number to the spinal cord, ranging from 200 to 600 million. This neural web is intricately connected to the brain and is also the residence of two-thirds of the body's immune cells. So Mane mushroom has the potential to not only enhance cognitive function, but also gut health and mental well-being. Not to mention your immune system. [3]
Comparison Table
Information can be overwhelming sometimes, and there’s a lot of it out there. So we wanted to show you a few differences between Solve Labs and Other brands on the market.
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What are Beta-D-glucans? Great question!

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. [2]

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.

Not All Lion’s Mane Supplements are equal

When it comes to choosing the best Lion’s Mane product, SolveLabs™ Lion’s Mane stands out as the clear choice - prioritising concentration and potency above all else.

  • Concentration refers to the quantity of active compounds found within the supplement, including terpenoids, hericenones and beta-d-Glucans, all of which contribute to the mushroom's cognitive benefits [1]. Solve Labs Lion’s Mane is a 10:1 extract, meaning that for every gram of our extract, it's as if you're consuming ten grams of the pure mushroom. .
  • Potency is therefore high thanks to the concentration of mushroom and active compounds. Solve Labs Lion’s Mane supplement is derived exclusively from 100% mature dry fruiting bodies, guaranteeing that you will receive the maximum benefits of the mushroom's natural properties.

Equally important is the avoidance of fillers derived from starch and grains. These fillers not only dilute the concentration and potency of the active compounds but may also introduce unnecessary additives or allergens. It is, after all, Beta-D-Glucans 1,3 and 1,6 that we are after.

What are Nootropics?
  • Level up your brain power!
    Natural nootropics are a category of substances focused on enhancing cognitive functions [10]. They're like nature's own 'cognitive enhancers', helping people to increase their focus and spark their creativity. Many people use nootropics to give their mental performance a little extra edge, whether they're tackling a challenging work task or diving into a creative endeavour. And the best part? Nootropics are completely legal
  • and naturally occurring. They are also believed to stimulate the production of nerve growth factor (NGF), which plays a crucial role in the growth and maintenance of brain cells. By supporting brain cell health and aiding in the growth of new cells, nootropics such as Lion's Mane may improve memory, focus, overall mental performance, as well as a better mood.
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  3. Khan, Md.A. et al. (2010) ‘Cordyceps mushroom: A potent anticancer nutraceutical’, The Open Nutraceuticals Journal, 3(1), pp. 179–183. doi:10.2174/18763960010030100179.

  4. Kumar, R. et al. (2011) ‘Cordyceps sinensis promotes exercise endurance capacity of rats by activating skeletal muscle metabolic regulators’, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 136(1), pp. 260–266. doi:10.1016/j.jep.2011.04.040.

  5. Mayer, E.A. (2011) ‘Gut feelings: The emerging biology of Gut–Brain Communication’, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 12(8), pp. 453–466. doi:10.1038/nrn3071.

  6. Mirończuk-Chodakowska, I. et al. (2017) ‘QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION OF 1,3-1,6-β-D-GLUCAN CONTENTS IN WILD–GROWING SPECIES OF EDIBLE POLISH MUSHROOMS’, National Institute of Public Health, 68(3), pp. 281–290. doi:PMID: 28895671.

  7. Najafzadeh, M. et al. (2008) ‘Chaga mushroom extract inhibits oxidative DNA damage in lymphocytes of patients with inflammatory bowel disease’, BioFactors, 31(3–4), pp. 191–200. doi:10.1002/biof.5520310306.

  8. Peng, H. and Shahidi, F. (2020) ‘Bioactive compounds and bioactive properties of chaga (inonotus obliquus) mushroom: A Review’, Journal of Food Bioactives, 12. doi:10.31665/jfb.2020.12245.

  9. SAITSU, Y. et al. (2019) ‘Improvement of cognitive functions by oral intake of Hericium erinaceus’, Biomedical Research, 40(4), pp. 125–131. doi:10.2220/biomedres.40.125.

  10. Tan, L. et al. (2020) ‘Anti‐inflammatory effects of cordycepin: A Review’, Phytotherapy Research, 35(3), pp. 1284–1297. doi:10.1002/ptr.6890.

  11. Z Assefa, S. et al. (2015) ‘The functions of sleep’, AIMS Neuroscience, 2(3), pp. 155–171. doi:10.3934/neuroscience.2015.3.155.