Lion’s mane (Hericium Erinaceus) is a type of medicinal mushroom. Long used in traditional Chinese medicine, lion’s mane is widely available in fresh, dried, and supplement forms such as mushroom gummies; made from lion’s mane powder. Scientific research shows that lion’s mane contains a number of health-promoting substances, including antioxidants and beta-glucan.Continue Reading
Is mushroom tea on your morning menu yet? As we all look to stay healthy or improve our current health, there is any number of fad diets, supplements and drugs that are reputed to be wonder cure. Natural foods are sometimes forgotten in the search for a magic bullet to health.Continue Reading
Curcumin benefits range due to it’s rightful place as an antioxidant powerhouse!
It has been called the anti-Alzheimer’s spice, and it may have the unique ability to reduce inflammation in the body and brain in addition to other benefits.
Curcumin is the bioactive part of Turmeric and is concentrated at the stems of the Curcuma Longa plant.Continue Reading
Natural nootropics have benefits both in the long term and in the short term. One of the greatest benefits – apart from the boosting of cognitive functioning – is in the adaptive stress response. Some of these compounds can enhance the ability of the brain to resist severe or chronic stress, which can help reduce inflammation and all the health issues that may arise from it.Continue Reading
Lion’s Mane mushroom is an ancient Chinese remedy traditionally used for improving cognitive performance, and overall health. It may prevent and treat nerve damage by boosting Brain Nerve Growth Factor, and neurogenesis – the process by which new neurons are formed in the brain.Continue Reading
Sustainability can have slightly varying meanings based on the context in which it’s used, but in the broadest sense, it refers to how well something maintains itself over a longer period of time. Regarding businesses, there are many physical, geographical, environmental, and social limitations when it comes to formulating a culture of sustainability…Continue Reading
The organization argues that the antiquated 1971 UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances Act is long overdue for some changes. While the Act was created to target drugs that are harmful, ITPRI argues that recent therapeutic evidence and the effectiveness of psilocybin warrants a change in scheduling.Continue Reading