Lion's Mane Cacao Mix

Size: 3.5 oz (100 G)


  • Organic Lion's Mane fruiting-body extract
  • Organic Cacao
  • Organic Ceylon Cinnamon

Other Specs:

  • 100 G (3.5 oz)
  • 50 servings/bag (50 cents/serving)
  • Extracted from 100% Organic Lion's Mane mushrooms
  • USDA Certified Organic
  • Cultivated on wood
  • No added starch, mycelium, grain, or fillers of any kind
  • Third-party tested by accredited lab

    How do you floss your brain?

    The answer is Lion's Mane.
    Lion's Mane is a mushroom with deep historical use in Japan & other Asian countries that has long been suspected to have medicinal use for the brain & nervous system. These ancient assumptions have officially been validated by science as now several studies exist showing that Lion's Mane has compounds that promote neurogenesis (the building of nerve cells) in the brain & body.                                                                                


    I know what you're thinking, too good to be true! But hey, don't take our word for it, here our some peer-reviewed science journal articles. This one double-blind, placebo controlled study showed that after one month of ingesting 1 gram of Lions Mane everyday, measurements of the subjects cognitive decline decreased significantly.


    Our Lion's Mane Cacao Mix is a 100 gram bag, half of which (50 g) is Lion's Mane mushroom powder extract. We use the fruiting-body of the 100% organic Lion's Mane cultivated on wood, dried, powderized, & steam extracted for three hours to ensure bioavailability and ease of absorption.


    Other ingredients are just organic cacao powder, and organic Ceylon cinnamon. This delicious blend makes it easy to brew into tea, add to your coffee, blend into your smoothie, or bake into your recipes! No matter the end application of the Lion's Mane that you create, our mix makes it EASY to use for you, your friends, and your family to use.


    There is a school of thought that foods are good for the part of body that they look like (think walnut: brain, beet: heart, ginger:stomach). h likely stemmed from its long hairs (picture two) that are oddly nerve cell mylein sheath-like. 🤔