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Neuro Shroom : Supports Cognitive & Mental Performance*

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Effective, Memory & Cognitive Support*

How Neuro Shroom can Help Boost Brain Function and Mental Energy:

Neuro Shroom Could Be a Helpful Supplement for Supporting:

  • Mild issues with Poor Memory, Distractedness, and Forgetfulness*
  • Mild issues with Cognitive Function and Cognitive Decline*
  • Focus and Concentration Issues during High Stress*
  • Stress Burnout/Adrenal Fatigue*
  • Brain Fog, Low Mental Energy, and “Sludgy Thinking”*
  • Health & Wellbeing with Depression Disorders*
  • Health & Wellbeing with Anxiety Disorders*
  • Cognitive/Concentration Struggles from Autoimmune Disorders*
  • Aftermath and General Health following a Stroke*
  • Aftermath and General Health following Concussion or Brain Damage*
  • Alzheimer’s Disease*
  • Parkinson’s Disease*
  • ADD, Asperger’s, ADHD and Autism*
  • Neurological Disorders*
  • Overall neuroprotection and neuro-regeneration in the mind and body*

Formulated To Support Energy, Memory, And Mental Health*

Each Ingredient Must Have Historical Use & Independent Studies!

Of all the wonderful fungi being studied for beneficial health effects, three have continually risen to the top, both regarding their supporting research and long-standing traditional uses.

Lion’s Mane (Hericium Erinaceum)
Also known as the deer’s tail mushroom, hedgehog mushroom, lion’s mane has garnered more attention and research than all other fungi, particularly for its neuro protective and neuro-regenerative properties.*

Studies have shown that daily use may regenerate damaged nerves, stimulate new cell growth in the nervous system, and as a result improve cognitive abilities in those with mild struggles – while having a noticeable impact on the disastrous effects of neurological disorders.* Supporting Research 1–9

Cordyceps (Cordyceps Militaris)
A recorded remedy from ancient Thai medicine traditions and TCM, Cordyceps has a strong reputation for being an energy-enhancing adaptogen for beating the effects of stress on the body – and protecting it from further stress in the future.*

Recent studies show that this unique, one-of-a-kind species may have an anti-depressant effect, as well as forestall fatigue and boost natural energy levels, especially in the face of external stress to the nervous system.* Supporting Research 10–16

Reishi Spores (Ganoderma Lucidum)
Reishi, a hardy woodland mushroom, is one of the most researched and all-hailed immune-boosting adaptogens.* Though it is more famous for its interactions with the immune system to help modulate inflammation, this same effect may extend to the brain and nervous system as well.*

Studies have found compounds in reishi actually may protect neurons from specific kinds of damage.* Further, the fungus appears to empower the nervous system altogether, helping to alleviate depression and may even help reduce the occurrence of seizures in those with epilepsy.* Supporting Reseach 17–25

Huperzia A (Huperzia Serrata)
While not a mushroom, we’ve also added extract of a fascinating Japanese botanical, Huperzia serrata, to our mix for supplementing these fantastic brain boosting fungi. Known by its English name toothed clubmoss, this unique plant is a useful remedy in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and native to many parts of Asia.

Studies show it may indeed have its own neuroprotective, and neuro-regenerative capabilities, not unlike lion’s mane, reishi, and cordyceps.* We specifically extract and include its active ingredient, huperzine A, which research strongly suggests can reduce the chances of memory deficits in animals, thereby reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s, dementia, and cognitive dysfunction.* Supporting Reseach 26–36

Bacopa (Bacopa Monnieri)
Another non-fungus, Bacopa monnieri goes by the English name waterhyssop, though it is more widely recognized as simply “bacopa” in the health world. In times long past and into modern times too, bacopa remains a strong healing remedy in Ayurvedic teachings and practice.

Plenty of research has been undertaken on this Indian plant, showing that it could be beneficial for cognitive function, mood improvement, and better memory.* Evidence from bacopa’s use is most hopeful for better focus especially, with some implications that it could be helpful for distracted minds and ADHD—though more research is needed to solidify this.* Supporting Reseach 37–44

Neuro Shroom also includes the addition of piperine, the active alkaloid chemical found in black pepper. It immediately increases the bioavailability of the powerful compounds in these mushrooms so that you can feel the difference!*

We Only Cultivate & Harvest The Purest Sourced Botanicals

Memory & Cognitive Support No Matter How You Mix It!

What Customers Are Saying:

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I bought it for my son, who had a few concussions playing football. I decided to try it on myself first. Very clean product! Very clear mind with zero “weird rush.” I will be telling people about this. Good job!

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Very noticeable difference

I don’t take the time to review a product unless it has really made a noticeable difference in my daily life. This product is worth spreading the word of, it works and works well. I mix it in my coffee every morning and it gives me a calm and relaxed feel while still giving me the ability to have a razor sharp focus. People say it “lifts the morning fog” and that’s how I would describe it as well. Your money will not go to waste with this product, can’t wait to try their other blends!

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If you cant stand bitternesss then this product is for you. Its easy to mix in just about anything

It gently facilitates my focus with out rushing me to do it. It does not leave me hanging either. I can use the half teaspoon daily without any taste problems,no aftertaste. For me it reminds me of what instant tea used to taste like in the 80’s. I’m satisfied with the reason I purchased it.

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Five Stars

I will buy again.

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Mixes easily into a drink (I use coffee)

Mixes easily into a drink (I use coffee), and is not an intrusive flavor. Very pleased with it. I like the packaging and the little bamboo measuring spoon — classy! Too early to tell if it works, but I am pleased!

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OUR PROCESS FROM START TO FINISH:

The Quality of Our Products, Knowledge, and Compassion Allows for The Perfect Experience.

We source Pure Raw Ingredients that are sustainably grown and harvested from around the world. Always making sure they’re free of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

All of our mushroom formulas are from the mature fruiting bodies and a Dual Extraction Process: both water and alcohol extraction. This combination allows for the extraction of some of the most active and bioavailable compounds. In the extraction process, we use purified water and Non-GMO ethanol.

High-Quality Processing Includes:

  • Pretreatment: Cleaning and separating only this highest quality raw material.
  • Dual Extraction Process: both water and alcohol extraction. This process allows for the extraction of some of the most active and bioavailable compounds. In the extraction process, we use purified water and Non-GMO ethanol.
  • Filtration: Once the extraction process is complete we filter using a multiple pass filtration system, to ensure purity.
  • Concentrate: We then concentrate the extract to needed potency.
  • Drying: We spray dry without any heat to ensure no denigration of potency.
  • Sieving: We then run the dried extract powder through a sieving and meshing process to ensure the proper consistency of the texture.
  • Testing: Once complete the finished product is sent to our Quality Control Center in the US. Then on to fulfillment centers located throughout the US for prompt delivery.

Effective, All Natural – Plus a 1 Year Money Back Guarantee!

NEURO SHROOM’S PRINCIPAL EFFECT, NEUROPROTECTION: WHAT IS IT?

Underlying all the frill and fantastic feats our formula lists above, everything Neuro Shroom could possibly be capable of comes down to two powerful traits in its ingredients: neuroprotection and neuroregeneration.

But what are these and what do they really do?

To put it simply, all of Neuro Shroom’s star-studded ingredients contain some very powerful and unique antioxidants.

What’s more, research and studies have shown that these antioxidants—more noticeably and remarkably compared to the antioxidants we’re used to hearing about, such as from green tea, dark berries, and dark leafy greens—specifically target the nervous system.

In short, the antioxidants in our herbal and fungal ingredients are better at targeting inflammation and oxidative damage in the brain, nerves, and neurons than any other food or supplement.

The result of these antioxidant actions? Neuroprotection.

By blocking the wear-and-tear that free radicals and inflammation cause as antioxidants, these botanicals in effect literally protect the nervous system.*

NEURO SHROOM’S OTHER STUNNING FEATURE: NEUROREGENERATION

Even better? Neuro Shroom’s antioxidant ingredients don’t just have the potential to protect the nerves.

But because their protection of the nervous system is so strong, they also help encourage nerves and neurons to regenerate, heal, and grow anew.*

This means that nerves that are already compromised, damaged, and underperforming can experience a regrowth and renaissance with the help of Neuro Shroom.*

Though this sounds like a very basic feat, what this means for the rest of the body and brain is quite exciting.

  • Neuroprotection & Neuroregeneration Enhances Thinking Ability

Protection and healing of the nerves and nervous system means at the very least one main benefit: the brain works better, faster, and stronger.

This means better cognition, better ability to focus, less distracted tendencies, less brain fog, and also the improved ability to multi-task and tackle many different goals, projects, and to-do lists at the same time.

  • Neuroprotection & Neuroregeneration Means Less Mental Fatigue

Stronger, less-frayed, repaired, and nourished nerves apparently mean better energy, especially in the mental faculties. Who would have thought?

Many of us have faced physical fatigue, though mental fatigue is a whole different animal. It can be hard to figure out how to fix it (or know how to fix it or where the problem even comes from), though studies show that nerve damage and inflammation can be one of the leading causes of issues like chronic fatigue or brain fog.

Thankfully, nerve-targeted antioxidants can protect this, thereby restoring energy.

  • Neuroprotection & Neuroregeneration May Help with Mood & Stress

Another perk of a fortified, renewed, and protected nervous system: improvements in mood and the ability to deal with mental stress.

That’s right: healing the nerves has a surprising way of smoothing over symptoms of stress, which all too often also branches out into the territory of causing mental fatigue and focus problems.

But these functions can also help us deal with stress better.

By extension, people struggling with anxiety and depression can look to Neuro Shroom’s ingredients as a helpful tonic, making life less of an emotional and stressful roller coaster ride.

  • Neuroprotection & Neuroregeneration Could Support Cognitive, and Neurological, and Autoimmune Disorders

People experiencing struggles and disorders of the mind and nervous system could also possibly experience a boost and improvement to the quality of life and wellbeing with the help of neuro-regenerative antioxidants.

This includes conditions that impact memory, focus, and cognition, such as Alzheimer’s disease.* Similarly, they could bring benefits to nerve-based chronic illnesses like Parkinson’s.*

But it doesn’t end there.

Neuro Shroom’s scientifically explored botanicals may encourage healing of the brain and nerves following issues or traumas like concussions, brain damage, or even a stroke.*

Last but not least: inflammation of the nerves can be a common component to certain autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis (MS), and nervous fatigue often coincides with autoimmunity.*

Taking neuroprotective and neuroregenerative herbs and mushrooms may help a wide range of autoimmune conditions and their symptoms, as well as fibromyalgia, a nervous tissue-based condition.*

Though research shows no herb or mushroom can completely heal or cure any of these such issues, providing a nourishing, antioxidant, neuroprotective and neuroregenerative tonic for the nervous system may just be the next best thing.

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Huang S, Mao J, Ding K, et al. Polysaccharides from Ganoderma lucidum Promote Cognitive Function and Neural Progenitor Proliferation in Mouse Model of Alzheimer’s Disease. Stem Cell Reports. 2017;8(1):84-94. [PubMed]
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