Lions Mane was first discovered by Tibetan farmers high on the Himalayan plateaus over 2000 years ago when their livestock exhibited unprecedented energy and good health after ingesting the fungi. They quickly became a favorite for natural, sustainable energy and have been a centerpiece in traditional eastern medicine ever since. Now, we bring them to you in our blend, so you too can feel their power.
Here to bring out your inner athlete.
Extra energy sound good to you? Us too. Cordyceps may be your new best friend then. Shown across several studies to increase endurance levels during exercise by up to 18%, Cordyceps helps you train harder, reduces fatigue and aids in faster recovery.
Cordyceps increases VO2 max, delivering more oxygen to your body and brain.
Backed by science.
We want to know the research behind the ingredients we consume. We hope you do too. Medicinal mushrooms have been used for thousands of years in ancient eastern medicine and are now being researched in clinical studies more and more every day. Of the many unaffiliated studies that have informed our decisions about how to make our blend, the titles below are the most relevant and compelling.
Antifatigue Functions and Mechanisms of Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms - 2017
BioMed Research International
Effect of Cs-4® (Cordyceps sinensis) on Exercise Performance in Healthy Older Subjects: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial - 2010
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine; New York, NY
Supplemental Anti-fatigue Effects Of Cordyceps Sinensis (Tochu-Kaso) Extract During Three Stepwise Exercise of Human - 2006
Hundreds of studies, and counting, are being
conducted on the Cordyceps species.
We love to read new research and are constantly reviewing and updating.
Have a study you think we should consider? We'd love to see it.