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Lion's mane mushroom

also known as "bearded tooth fungus" or "hedgehog mushroom," (or hericium erinaceus in the fungi kingdom) * has become recognized as a powerful superfood for enhancing brain function and helping with a number of ailments, possibly even reducing incidence of cancer. You can find it in the wild in North America, Europe, or Asia, but you'll also find it in many nootropic supplements today. Its use goes back hundreds of years in traditional Chinese medicine as a tonic for supporting overall health and longevity.

Fortunately, its use has spread from China and Japan, and it*s now easily available to anyone who wants it. Here*s a closer look at why lion*s mane mushroom is so beneficial for the brain, as well as a few other health benefits it offers all of which are supported by research.

Health Benefits of Lion's Mane Mushroom

1 Improves Memory, Focus, and Concentration
2 Reduces Depression and Anxiety
3 Increases Energy
4 Alleviates Symptoms of Neuro-degenerative Diseases
5 Improves Insulin Sensitivity
6 Supports Gut Health
7 Supports Cardiovascular Health
8 Could Protect Against Dementia
9 . May Help Fight Cancer

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We have also made some changes in the store, and have wonderful new things coming in preparing for holiday gifts.

As you have read, we now have a new herb in the store, there are 24 things this herb is good for, we have a brochure on it for you to read up on, one of the disease's I find very interesting and important is Alzheimer's, Please remember this for your loved ones.

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1. Could Protect Against Dementia- Lion's mane mushrooms contain compounds that stimulate the growth of brain cells and protect them from damage caused by Alzheimer*s disease. However, more human research is needed.

2. Helps Relieve Mild Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety-  Studies suggest that lion's mane mushrooms may help relieve mild symptoms of anxiety and depression, but more human research is needed to better understand the correlation.

3. May Speed Recovery from Nervous System Injuries -  Rat studies have found that lion's mane extract can speed up recovery time from nervous system injuries, but human research is lacking.

4. Protects Against Ulcers in the Digestive Tract-  Lion's mane extract has been shown to protect against stomach and intestinal ulcers in rodents, but human research has been conflicting.

5. Reduces Heart Disease Risk-  Animal and test-tube studies suggest that lion*s mane extract can reduce the risk of heart disease in several ways, but human studies are needed to confirm these findings.

6. Helps Manage Diabetes Symptoms-  Lion's mane mushroom can help lower blood sugar and reduce diabetic nerve pain in mice, but more studies are needed to determine whether it might be a good therapeutic option in humans.

7. May Help Fight Cancer-  Animal and test-tube studies show that lion's mane extract can kill cancer cells and slow the spread of tumors, but human studies are still needed.

8. Reduces Inflammation and Oxidative Stress-  Lion's mane mushroom contains powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds that may help reduce the impact of chronic illness.

9. Boosts the Immune System-  Lion's mane mushrooms have been shown to have immune-boosting effects in rodents, but much more research is needed.

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Lions Mane Mushroom

    Definitely one of the most interesting-looking and beautiful mushrooms in the world. The Lion's Mane is a toothed mushroom and can be found growing wild in the Pacific Northwest and New England. Its flavor and texture is similar to crab or lobster meat: a sweet savory flavor, and meaty stringy texture. This is also a renowned medicinal mushroom and is being researched for its potential to re-grow nerves in the brain and for its immune-enhancing and anti-cancer properties.

    Basic Prep: Lion's Mane is best enjoyed in its purest form, you don't want to disguise the flavor of this mushroom by cooking it in a complex meal. Tear the whole mushrooms into bite-sized wedges, by separating it like a head of cauliflower. Heat a large skillet and dry saut* the mushroom pieces until all the water boils away and the edges begin to brown. Add a pat of butter to the skillet--enough to coat the mushrooms--and a clove of finely chopped garlic. Cook until golden brown. Dash the cooked mushrooms with a pinch of sea salt and eat them while they're hot. Try them on small pieces of crusty bread or a good cracker.

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The Alchemist takes us on a journey of self-discovery while revealing five of the world*s most profound spiritual principles. With its clear language and not-so-subtle messages regarding the deeper truths of human life, this little book is worth a read for anyone looking to improve the overall quality of their existence.


Short and to the point, you can transform your life by applying the same principles as the Andalusian shepherd boy named Santiago whose dream is to travel to far away places in pursuit of material treasure. What he learned, and what we can all learn, is that the process of self-discovery is the real treasure.


The following spiritual lessons have been taught throughout history, yet their truth and ability to transform your life are still relevant today:


1. Listen to your heart and follow your dreams.  We are each seeded with a calling, a longing or a passion towards certain people and places and have a desire to experience particular things in our lives.

Following your heart means listening and yielding to its call as opposed to second-guessing or blocking ourselves with the mind.


2. Live in the present moment.  Dwelling on past events which cannot be changed and worrying about future events that have not occurred removes all of our power and enjoyment in life. Certainly, we can and hopefully do learn from past experiences, but regret and guilt are emotions which weight us down and cause suffering.


The present moment is all that matters; by focusing our attention on what is happening in the here and now, we have the ability to transform our own life and the lives of many others whom we encounter.


3. Watch for the signs that the Universe is always sending us.

The Universe is always trying to help us on our journey with little signs (and sometimes big ones!) to help choose the best path or confirm that we're headed in a positive direction. Watching for and expecting these signs is a way of cooperating with forces unseen and displays a willingness to trust in your spiritual guides.


How do you know if it's a sign? Perhaps something has meaning to you at a deep level or is a physical expression of something you were recently thinking about.  Synchronicities are typically highly personalized and can only be determined by the person for whom they were intended.


4. Life's real treasures are not always material, but lessons learned during the journey are priceless.


Obtaining material wealth may or may not be part of your life'[s purpose, but regardless of the end-result, the journey is the real destination. Every experience, no matter how large or small or whether we perceive it as positive or negative, comes with an opportunity for personal learning and growth.


Once we accept that growth helps us transform into the fullest version of ourselves, then we can more fully embrace all of the lessons revealed in our path, no matter how unpleasant they may initially appear.


5. We all have a purpose in life.  Every person has come to this world with a lifetime goal we hope to achieve. This is not the type of goal we set for the month or year but rather is something that was born within us as part of the framework in which we enter into the experience of this life.


It is our reason for existence, it is our true calling. Something we must achieve before we leave this world. Our path to realizing this goal should be in balance with the world. It is only by working in harmony with the rest of the world that we can fulfill our true purpose.


The Alchemist takes us on the journey of one young man who is learning the above five principles and is presented in an easy to read and enjoyable format. Anyone looking to take the next step in their life or wishing to share a special gift with a loved one should consider this little book; it's well worth the read

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