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CNG Bio Lion’s mane mushroom
Lion’s Mane mushrooms are edible mushrooms. They are also called Norugoongdengi-beoseot (Hericiumerinaciu, bearded tooth fungus) because they resemble the hips of a deer. They commonly grow in Korea, Japan, and China. In the late summer and early fall Lion’s Mane Mushrooms grow on broadleaf trees such as oak or dead trees. Lion’s Mane Mushrooms are large, irregularly bulbous, compact, and white to creamy. Their mass ranges from 5-20 cm in diameter.
Lion’s Mane mushrooms are called hóutóugū in China because they resemble a monkey’s head. In addition, they are also called “yamabushitake” because they resemble the tassels of a monk’s clothing
The wild population of the Lion’s Mane mushroom is very low. They are known to be more valuable than Ginseng, and there have been various applications in the usage of Yacksun (medicated diets) and loyal court cuisine. As a valuable mushroom, they were used as one of the four great dishes of China, including bear’s paw, bird’s nest soup, and shark’s fins.
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Pour 40g of cereal into a bowl and add soy milk or milk (200ml). The cold soy milk or milk will promote the crispiness and the aroma of the cereal. Depending on preference, it is recommended that fruit and nuts are added to the cereal bowl. It is recommended that the cereal box is sealed and placed it into refrigerator in order to retain its flavor
1~2 pieces for one day (for children ½) chew it well.
Ingredients: honey (37%), Rehmanniaglutinosa juice (36%), wolfiporiacocos (11%), red ginseng (6%) Lion’s Mane mushroom (5.5%), Chinese matrimony vine, asparagus, big blue lily turf, cordycepsmilitaris
Once or twice a day before and after a meal, warm watered-down or swallow it with water.
Ingredients: honey (37%), Rehmanniaglutinosa juice(36%), wolfiporiacocos (11%) red ginseng (6%) Lion’s Mane mushroom (5.5%) Chinese matrimony vine, asparagus, big blue lily turf, cordycepsmilitaris
*This product is custom made.
With 1g teaspoon, take it 2-3 spoons, 1-3 times a day. Place powder into the mouth and drink with water or with yogurt, honey, soymilk, sunsik, or milk. For patients with reflux esophagitis.
we do not recommend consuming it with milk. Dip fruits with a power When cooking food, it can be useful as a natural seasoning
Place 50g of dried mushrooms and 2.5L of water and boil at the low level until 1.5L is left in the pot. Remove the first one and put 2.5L of water and boil until 1.5L is left in the pot. Combine the first liquid and re-boiled liquid and boil at the high level. Once boiling point is reached, stop the boiling process and let it cool down. Place into the refrigerator. Consume 2-4 cups per day. It is recommended to consume the mushrooms on an empty stomach (50g dried mushroom will produce about 3L and if you consume 100ml for each time and have it three times for day, it will be the amount for ten days.)
Extended storage time will be spoil the mushrooms easily, so we recommend that they are consumed within 10 days.
The crumbs at the bottom can be used for natural seasoning
- Various soups or stews
- Eat raw or boiled
- Salads or dressings
- Various fried dishes
Place dried tea into a tea cup and pour hot water into the cup. Wait 40 seconds, then drink it. (Try to have all dried tea for your health. It also has good texture)
The amount of tea is 0.6g per serving (about 50 cups). If professional tea cups are used, the 100 cups may be consumed.