Lion's Mane Dual Extract Tincture

Rainbo

Price
$47.00

This Lion's Mane tincture is a potent and bioavailable dual extract made for every day use. Lion's Mane acts as a nootropic that helps to improve mood, memory and focus, a can help protect against mild memory issues associated with aging.

Rainbo's Lion's Mane mushrooms are sustainably cultivated in Canada. Their tinctures are all non-GMO, vegan, and made in Canada.

Benefits:

  • Lion's mane has been shown to provide a range of positive cognitive effects including mental clarity, memory and learning, concentration, and nervous system health

Usage:

Shake before use. Squeeze top twice to get 1ml of tincture. Take 4ml twice a day (4mL = just under 1 tsp). Consume with water, in coffee, tea, smoothies, elixirs, milks, or as advised by your healthcare practitioner. Keep out of reach of children. Store out of direct sunlight.

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a health care practitioner prior to use.

Ingredients:

Lion's Mane (Hericium erinaceus, 90% fruiting body and 10% mycelium) 

  • 70% spring water
  • 30% organic ethanol
Will I feel a difference right away?

While effects do vary from person to person, generally effects are felt after a few weeks of consistent use.

Vegan

Non - GMO

Gluten - Free

Paleo

Meet Rainbo

At Beatrice Society, we only align with brands that share our high standards for quality, sustainability, and science-backed expertise.

How Rainbo Delivers on our Values:

Quality

Rainbo's mushroom extracts are created from fruiting body mushrooms grown and manufactured in quality-controlled, GMP, Health Canada and FDA compliant facility.

Sustainability

Rainbo is a Certified B Corp, and is Climate Neutral Certified as of 2021. They are committed to responsible, ethical sourcing, and use conflict-free, GMO-free, organic, pharma-grade quality ingredients.

Expertise

Founded by Tonya Papanikolov, B.Sc., CNP.

Tonya ia a graduate of the Institute of Holistic Nutrition, and holds a Bachelor of Nutrition and Nutraceutical Sciences from the University of Guelph.

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