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lion's mane mushroom extract 

lion's mane mushroom extract

Prodcut name: Hericium Erinaceus Extract /Lion’s Mane Mushroom

Characteristic: Soluable to Water,moisture absorb easily

Specification:  30% 50% Polysaccharides

Test Mathod: UV / HPLC

 Hericium erinaceus is China's traditional precious edible fungus. Hericium is not only delicious, but very 

nutritious.The effective pharmacological components of Hericium erinaceus are not yet completely known,and the 

active components are Hericum erinaceus polysaccharide, Hericium erinaceus oleanolic acid, and Hericium 

erinaceus trichostatin A, B, C, D, F.Most of Hericium erinaceus in clinical application are extracted and made from 

fruit bodies.Modern medical research found that Hericium erinaceus has quite high medicinal value,and 

experiments show that cancer patients take Hericium erinaceus products can enhance immunity, reduce masses and 

extend survival period after surgery or chemotherapy

 The Structure of a Mushroom 

Before we get into specifics, it's good to understand the basic structure of a mushroom, which is comprised of the fruiting body and mycelium. The life and reproduction cycle of a typical mushroom can be seen in the diagram above.

Mushroom Fruiting Body

The fruiting body of a mushroom is the part that grows above ground, and it is how you typically identify a mushroom. The fruiting body contains the spores for reproduction, but it is also the most nutrient-rich part of a mushroom. The fruiting bodies and chitin within their cell walls contain a host of various vitamins and minerals, including B and C vitamins, zinc, copper, selenium, and other important nutrients. 


The mycelium usually grows underground and can be considered the roots of the mushroom. The mycelium provides nutrients to the rest of the mushroom, feeding the whole mushroom by processing and breaking down dead matter.

Mycelium based "mushroom" powders are inferior to whole fruiting bodies extracts because of the substrates they are grown on, and how they are processed. We explain this in the next section.

Function of Lions Mane Extract  

1.Lions Mane Extract can nourish organs, and can cure chronic gastricism, duodenum ulcer and other enteron diseases.

2.Lions Mane Extract  can also improve people's immune system.

3.Lions Mane Extract  contains unsaturated fatty acids which is propitious to the circulation of blood and can reduce blood cholesterin content, so 4.Lions Mane Extract is also the ideal food for those who are high blood pressure or with heart  or blood vessel disease


Application of Lions Mane Extract  

1.Lions Mane Extract is applied in pharmaceutical industry to produce capsules and pills.
2.Lions Mane Extract  is added into functional food to enhance its nutrition.
3.Lions Mane Extract is added into water-soluble beverages.


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Analysis Item



Assay (Polysaccharides)




Yellow-Brown Fine Powder








Mesh Size


98% pass 80 mesh

Part used

Fruit Body


Loss On Drying






Total Heavy Metals















Pesticides Residues


Not Detected

Total Plant Count



Yeast & Mould















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