As long as the lion’s mane mushroom has been around, it’s been touted for its many benefits. Traditional Chinese medicine uses the toothed fungus to help support the five primary organs, as it helps promote strength, good digestion and overall vigor. Recent analysis over the past decade has centered on its unique ability to stimulate and regeneration of nerves. Did you know New Earth’s Focus product includes lion’s mane as one of its essential ingredients? Using this product daily has led some to benefit from increased concentration, sharper mental clarity and improved reaction time. As far as brain food goes, lion’s mane rises to the very top.
- A fungus with many names, lion’s mane is also called the bearded tooth, pom pom or hedgehog mushroom.
- Lion’s mane contains the molecules hericenones and erinacines, two compounds suspected to help stimulate nerve growth factor (NGF).
- Focus boasts a wide range of natural ingredients: wild microalgae, eleuthero, Gingko Biloba, lion’s mane, bee pollen, wheatgrass juice and noni.
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Chlorophyll is abundant in antioxidants; it’s an antioxidant all by itself. Found in leafy vegetables like kale and collard greens, it provides a broad range of nutritional benefits. It’s an effective source of magnesium that can help alkalinize the body. Here’s something else: the New Earth products Wild Body and Wild Mind list wild microalgae as a key essential ingredient, which is rich in chlorophyll. In fact, the chlorophyll levels of New Earth’s wild microalgae are off the charts—they have tested at over nine times higher than the others. Use both products regularly to assure you’re providing your body all it needs.
- Chlorophyll contains vitamins A, C, E, K and beta-carotene. It’s also rich in iron, potassium, calcium and essential fatty acids.
- When a chlorophyll molecule absorbs light energy, it becomes an excited state, which allows the initial chain reaction of photosynthesis to occur.
- Wild Mind is an essential source of raw materials for building the neuropeptides that feed and enhance brain activity.
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