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Based on the limited available evidence, probably not. Some research has shown a benefit with lion's mane on certain measures of memory and cognitive function, but results have been inconsistent and most improvements have been modest, at best. Sign in for our full answer, including details about the research studies, how forms of lion's mane differ, and safety concerns with lion's mane, including names of products found to be adulterated.

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Tammy22349
March 29, 2021

It would be great to have an approved list of "clean" Lions Mane

Noel22358
March 31, 2021

i agree

Salita22452
April 18, 2021

Yes, please.

Anthony22559
May 11, 2021

I agree with Tammy, Noel, and Salita.

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