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Lion's Mane + Huperzine A
Lion's Mane + Huperzine A


Lion's Mane + Huperzine A
Natural alternative for cognitive deficits

Nootropic mushroom with powerful regenerating properties

  • Contributes to neuron growth and survival (neurotrophic effects).
  • Obtained by dual-extraction (water decoction and alcohol) for maximum preservation of the mushroom’s active principles.
  • Guaranteed to contain 30% β-glucan polysaccharides.
  • Guaranteed content in hericenones.
  • 100% natural and safe excipients.

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Quantity : 120 Veg. Caps
90 Veg. Caps.
51.71 €
(58.80 US$)
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Huperzine-A 50 mcg

Huperzine-A is a natural alkaloid extract of Huperzia serrata, a Chinese plant. It has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine for treating senile dementia. ¤ Huperzine was isolated for the first time in 1948 by Chinese scientists. The majority of clinical studies have been conducted in China where huperzine now has drug status and is used to treat Alzheimer's disease and other age-related memory disorders. ¤ In the United States, researchers from the University of Georgetown announced a new clinical trial in June 2006. Involving 150 patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease, the objective is to test the efficacy of huperzine-A. ¤ Just like certain drugs, huperzine-A inhibits the enzyme acetylcholinesterase which breaks down acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter essential for optimal cognitive function. The amount of acetylcholine available in the brain is therefore greater. Unlike drugs, huperzine-A does not create dependency and is therefore suitable for long-ter...

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Lion's Mane

Hericium erinaceus, also known as Lion’s Mane , is an edible mushroom which has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. It is rich in exceptional compounds such as β-glucans, polysaccharides associated with lowering blood cholesterol, as well as hericenones which support neuron function . Hericium erinaceus, the champion of neuroprotection In China, where it originated, it’s called "hóu tóu gū" and in Japan, "yamabushitake" . A highly unusual mushroom that resembles a long white beard or lion’s mane, its use in Chinese medicine dates back to the Han dynasty, 200 years BC, a period when it was already considered to have extraordinary medicinal properties. In recent years, as interest in traditional remedies has grown, a number of scientific studies have confirmed its traditionally-recognised therapeutic benefits and have highlighted a remarkable physiological property: Lion’s Mane protects, optimises and repairs the nervous system . Which of Hericium’s compounds account...

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