Soluble Lion’s Mane Neuroprotective For Forgetfulness: Awareness Campaign Launch
The campaign, led by company director Dr. Tom O’Bryan, disseminates the latest research from a host of esteemed scientific journals and peer-reviewed studies, highlighting the prospective benefits of mushrooms in improving cognitive performance. TheDr.com provides a unique space for information and education on herbal alternatives to pharmacological interventions. The latest statement is accompanied by the release of a guide to nutrition for brain health which can be accessed without charge via the company’s website.
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The new campaign explores why the nootropic profile of Lion’s Mane can act as a catalyst for neurological regeneration, reduce inflammation, and control the body’s stress response. Dr. O’Bryan is dedicated to informing consumers about the adaptogenic potential of complementary approaches to chronic health conditions.
According to the Journal of Agricultural Food Medicine, Lion’s Mane, also known as Hericium Erinaceus, is a mushroom native to North America, Asia, and Europe that grows on the bark of dead hardwood trees. It has been used for centuries in Asian medicine and has long been used to promote neuronal health. Studies suggest this mushroom’s bioactive pure compounds display antibiotic, anti-anxiety, hepatoprotective, and anti-depression properties.
Dr. O’Bryan highlights research from the Cytotechnology journal which revealed Lion’s Mane enhances the growth of nerve cells, improving neurite extension, and increasing the synthesis of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF).
The campaign also points to a Japanese study in the Biomedical Research journal which demonstrated Lion’s Mane to be effective at stimulating neurogenesis and preventing impairments of spatial short-term and visual recognition memory.
The campaign is made possible by TheDr.com’s partnership with renowned adaptogenic medicine developer Sun Horse Energy. Dr. O’Bryan explains the role that NGF and Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factors (BDNF) play in combating cognitive decline. Allied to its natural anti-inflammatory qualities, Lion’s Mane represents a safe yet powerful alternative to prescription medications for conditions such as Alzheimer’s.
A spokesperson says, “A study in “Neurobiology of Aging” indicates cognitive decline may begin as early as our 20s and 30s. Brain health should not begin when you notice your memory slipping or get a genetic test that scares you. Optimal brain health is an everyday job.”
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