10cc Liquid Mushroom Culture Lion's Mane

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Lion’s Mane Mushroom Facts

Figuring out how the Lion’s Mane/hericium species got its name is a giveaway. Just take a look at its appearance and you’ll know it is because it highly resembles the mane of a lion. Lion’s Mane medicinal mushrooms shy away from the traditional look of mushrooms that have a body holding an umbrella-like head; they are in strands. 

Although they are famously known for that name, they are also called hou tou or yamabushitake especially in Chinese and Japanese regions where they are commonly used. They are also a welcome addition to Indian and Korean cuisine. 

These mushrooms grow in dead and decaying wood or tree’s wounds in North America, Canada, and Asia. The best time to look for them is in the late summer and fall seasons as they have fully grown by this time.

Benefits of Lion’s Mane Mushrooms

Among all the many different kinds of mushrooms, Lion’s Mane is one of the top kinds that has the highest antioxidants, and it also contains these vitamins and minerals:

    • Bioactive substances
    • Hericenones
    • Erinacines
    • Calcium
    • Thiamin
    • Proteins
    • Carbohydrates
    • Fiber
    • Low fats
    • B vitamins

These vitamins and minerals target the brain, heart, the digestive system, and the immune system to bring about the following benefits:

    • Keeps nervous system issues at bay: One of the benefits of Lion’s Mane you will not forget is its ability to keep your brain cells healthy. When your brain cells are intact, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are less likely to occur, and Lion’s Mane intake will help you achieve that!
    • Aids digestions: The digestive assistance Lion’s Mane particularly addresses are ulcers in different parts of the stomach. The mushroom type makes it possible by inhibiting the development of the bacteria causing ulcer, H. pylori.
    • Keeps a healthy heart: Regular consumption of Lion’s Mane lowers the level of triglyceride in the body which are the main causes of obesity, blood clots, and heart disease. 
    • Prevents and controls diabetes: Lion’s Mane also inhibits the production of alpha-glucosidase to help keep blood sugar at a normal level and avoid diabetes. 
    • Strengthens the immune system: The antioxidants are what to thank for the extra immune system boost. You’ll get the same benefits from other mushroom types, but Lion’s Mane is studied t have higher antioxidants than others.
High Desert Spores Liquid Mushroom Culture Lion’s Mane

Although the natural habitat of Lion’s Mane mushrooms is in the forest, relying on the nutrients coming from trees and logs, you can still grow them on your own. If you are dreaming of having a garden where you can harvest one of the most nutritious mushrooms there are, it is highly possible.

Check out our High Desert Spores Liquid Mushroom Culture - Lion’s Mane. Growing mushrooms begin by picking the substrate your want to use, injecting the liquid culture syringe we will provide you, and providing a dark and moist space where the mushrooms can grow. 

If you think growing mushrooms, Lion’s Mane are for you, quit the waiting and buy now! Check out our shipping information for more details, or you can also visit our local distributors’ stores.



This 10cc Spore Sample consists of live culture and sterile water.

Needle is included.

Suggested Substrate to use: Hardwood

Suggested Grains to use: Rye Berry


*Photo is for identification purposes only.