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Bio Lion’s Mane Powder

100% organic Lion’s Mane high quality powder. Nutritious powder with a very high content of unique phytonutrients and high-quality substances.


Lion’s Mane powder of Morgen is Nu is of the highest quality. The lion’s mane is organically grown under the very best conditions, dried at low temperature and ground into powder. Nothing more is done with it. Nor does this product contain any more. Of course, no high heat or irradiation is used in the production. What you see is what you get: Lions Mane powder in its purest form. The powder is easy to use in smoothies or juices. Or, perhaps best of all, with some warm water as an instant tonic tea. Lion’s Mane: Traditional mushroom from Asia Anyone who is actively involved in health issues has probably heard of the mushrooms Chaga and Reishi. A mushroom that is increasingly mentioned in the same breath as these two mushrooms is the Lion’s Mane (botanical name: Hericium erinaceus). This mushroom has been used for centuries and finds its origin in Asia, where it was traditionally used by Buddhist monks. But it has also been found for centuries in North America and Europe, where it grows mainly on beech trees and sometimes on oak trees. For many people, the first thing they notice about Lion’s Mane is the name: it does not suggest that this is a healthy mushroom. The mushroom owes its common name mainly to its appearance. The shape in which the mushroom grows is namely remarkable and looks a bit like the imposing bunch of manes of male lions. In the Netherlands, the mushroom is therefore also called a 'wigwam'.

The unique properties of Lion’s Mane Mushrooms are often only used as a tonic in Asia. This is not the case with Lion’s Mane. Due to its relatively high protein content (up to 20%), it was used in Chinese cuisine as a source of protein and nowadays even as a meat substitute. But this high protein content is, of course, not the only thing that makes this white mushroom so incredibly unique. It is also a source of a number of special substances. For example, like many other tonic mushrooms, it contains a high level of non-linear polysaccharides. To date, no less than thirty-five different polysaccharides have been extracted from the lion’s mane. The most important polysaccharides are the beta-glucans (source). These are also found in many other mushrooms, such as Chaga and Reishi. What makes Lion’s Mane really unique is the high concentration of the substances hericenones and erinacins (source). Scientific research suggests that these two substances have a powerful function in our body: they are able to stimulate our body's own production of NGF (source). Also take a look at our Chaga powder or Reishi powder.

Ingredients & Nutritional values

Ingredients Organic Lion's Mane (Hericium erinaceus) powder.

Nutritional values

Composition per daily dose



14 kcal



0,1 gr



1,2 gr



2 gr



1 gr



<0,01 gr


Lion's Mane Powder (Hericium erinaceus)

5 gr

* RI = Reference intake

Label information

Contents 100 gram

Operating instructions Take 5 grams a day. Mix with it with your favorite smoothie or juice, or add to a cup of hot water as an instant tonic tea. Do not exceed recommended dosage unless advised by a professional.

Storage advice Store in a dry place, sealed and at room temperature. Do not refrigerate. Keep out of reach of young children.

Manufacturer Morgen is Nu B.V., Daltonstraat 42, 3846 BX Harderwijk, The Netherlands

Additional Information

Food supplement. This product is no substitute for a varied and balanced diet. This is not a medicine. Consult your doctor before use in case of pregnancy, lactation or prescribed medication. Discontinue use immediately and inform and consult your doctor if you experience any side effects from this product.


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