Lion's Mane is considered a superfood for the brain. New studies have shown that it stimulates the production of a bioprotein called nerve growth factor (NGF) which has been shown to improve cognition, memory, and concentration.‡ Often referred to as the “smart mushroom,” it has traditionally been used for brain support, cognition, and memory and is currently being studied for its effects on neural health related to Alzheimer's and dementia.‡
Within the mushroom, there are several molecules, including beta-glucans, erinacines, and hericenones that are believed to have neuroprotective effects.‡
Cognition and memory [1,3]
Neuroinflammatory protection [2,3]
Antioxidant activity 
2 oz tinctures contain 60 servings
4 oz tinctures contain 120 servings
Purity & Potency:
North Spore's tinctures are crafted from concentrated organic mushroom extracts made from 100% fruiting bodies and sclerotia. Our double extraction method ensures that our tinctures pack exponentially more of the medicinal compounds found in each species. The finished extracts are tested for purity and medicinal compound content before being bottled.
Take 1/3 to 1 full dropper daily or as needed. You can take directly from the bottle or add to tea, coffee, juice, or water.
Our mushroom tincture is extracted using a double extraction technique that involves a month-long alcohol soak followed by a hot water decoction for optimal extraction of both alcohol and water-soluble constituents.
Cautions & Considerations:
Do not consume if you are allergic to mushrooms.
While mushroom extracts are natural, it’s important that you consult a physician before taking any supplement if you have a health condition or are taking prescription medications. Lion's Mane can potentially interact with medications prescribed to regulate blood clotting.
 The effects of twenty-one nutrients and phytonutrients on cognitive function: A narrative review. (2021). Journal of Clinical and Translational Research.
 Kushairi, N., Tarmizi, N. A. K. A., Phan, C. W., Macreadie, I., Sabaratnam, V., Naidu, M., & David, P. (2020). Modulation of neuroinflammatory pathways by medicinal mushrooms, with particular relevance to Alzheimer’s disease. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 104, 153–162.
 Ghosh, S., Nandi, S., Banerjee, A., Sarkar, S., et al. (2021b). Prospecting medicinal properties of Lion’s mane mushroom. Journal of Food Biochemistry, 45(8).
‡These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.