How to eat lion's mane mushrooms?

Lion’s Mane

Scientific name: Hericium erinaceus
Superpower: Improves focus and memory
Lions Mane MushroomsThe first time you see a lion’s mane mushroom, you’ll know exactly how it got its name. It looks like a white, hairy mane—not your typical fungus! This shroom’s big claim to fame is its ability to repair and regenerate neurons. Yup, it’s GREAT for your noggin! Lion’s mane can help improve memory and concentration, protect the nervous system, and relieve symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Lion’s mane may even help prevent and reverse neurological diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and dementia because of its regenerative capability in the nerves of the brain and spinal cord! Research has shown that it can stimulate the synthesis of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF), which is why it may have such a positive effect on the neurological system. How cool is that?
How to take lion’s mane:
Lion’s mane is edible and has a seafoody taste, making it a great ingredient in stir-fries or faux crab cakes. It’s also available as an herbal supplement, tincture or tea.