Flowerfaeiry

Amazing results with Lion's Mane Mushroom

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Oh I see what you're saying.

I've heard about doing that but seems above my skill level. 

I mostly just grew it out of a $2 bag of rice.

Then used Reddit for help & suggestions from other people. 

 

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@Ethan1 do you just cook it like normal mushrooms? do you still notice the effects of the mushroom without extraction like explained in that video? 

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1 hour ago, BenG said:

@Flowerfaeiry I mix lion's mane powder with my coffee every morning. Awesome stuff. 

How does it feel like? Does it boost your concentration?

Do you have experience woth other herbs?


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Is there a chance that the effects are just a placebo. Some even claim that Lion's mane made their depression worse and overall a bad investment. I'm just curious if anyone has taken them consistently for a long time and can confirm their benefits. Then again, everyone is different and the only way to know is to try it.

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36 minutes ago, Eren Eeager said:

How does it feel like? Does it boost your concentration?

So, I naturally struggle with concentration and distracting thought spirals. Lion's mane feels almost like a sedative in the way it relaxes my mind, but I don't lose mental clarity or get tired on it which is obviously crucial. In that respect, it definitely boosts my concentration. 

45 minutes ago, Eren Eeager said:

Do you have experience woth other herbs?

No, but I'm interested to try more.

26 minutes ago, SaltyMeatballs said:

Is there a chance that the effects are just a placebo. Some even claim that Lion's mane made their depression worse and overall a bad investment. I'm just curious if anyone has taken them consistently for a long time and can confirm their benefits. Then again, everyone is different and the only way to know is to try it.

I've been taking it regularly for nearly 1 year. I don't think it's improved my baseline state much if at all, but the temporary effects are noticeable. No depression, but I also don't struggle with that in the first place. Could it be placebo? I doubt it. I'll admit I've never looked through all the research, but it sounds like it has some studies vouching for it.

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