Hedgehog soprano(Hericium erinaceus) has attracted the interest of researchers in recent years due to its phytochemical potential. This fungus is also called Lion’s Mane mushroom or monkey’s head. Both the mycelium and fruiting bodies of soplolly contain numerous bioactive compounds with promising therapeutic effects shown in tests in vitro, in vivo (in animals) and clinical trials with patients. There are reports indicating that consumption of this mushroom can help with various health problems, such as Alzheimer’s disease, autoimmune diseases and cancer. Preparations containing Hericium erinaceus have not been registered as drugs. Products based on this fungus should therefore be considered as dietary supplements or functional foods.
Sophora coneflower, used in the production of the liposomal extract, comes from organic cultivation.
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