Logan’s Private Reserve Lion’s Mane Triple Extract Spagyric Tincture
Lion’s mane mushroom is one of the most popular and consumed mushroom around the world, and there is a good reason for that.
In this tincture I did a very special and beneficial extraction process on it… keep reading to learn why this tincture out weights many others, and how you and the people you love could beneg=fit by this simple, amazing supplement.
Lion’s mane is known as the mushroom for the brain, for its nerve growth factor promoting abilities.*
I won’t go deep into the benefits here. If you want to review those please check out our regularly available Lion’s Mane powdered extracts page.
Common Uses of Lions Mane
- Nerve Growth Factors (NGF), i.e. stimulates the growth of neurons *
- Helps repair the brain from physical damage*
- Helps prevent or slow age-related mental degradation*
- Has mood regulating effects from the NGF and other non-NGF factors*
- Has been shown to increase ‘curiosity’ of objects in the world in animal studies*
Here we’ll focus on what is special about this limited edition new tincture.
What is Triple Extract?
- First, this lion’s mane is first extracted using 190 proof Organic Cane Alcohol.
- Second, extract is by boiling (decocting) with fresh spring water.
The alcohol and water draw out different compounds from the mushroom. After combining these two, at this stage it would be a regular dual extract.
- Third, the alchemical process of extracting the spagyric salts is done.
This involves calcining and grinding the salts, putting them through dissolution and crystallization.
At last, through cohobation, they’re added back in.
In short, I call it a triple extract mushroom as it is:
- Alcohol Extracted
- Hot Water Extracted
- Spagyric Extraction through Calcination of the “Salts”
Dosage and Usage
The recommended dose is one to two droppers daily after SHAKING very well
*Limited supply of 145 bottles available.
*Please note that these are one-ounce bottles, which is half the size of our regular tinctures.
Mushrooms are as safe as foods (in fact, lion’s mane is often used culinarily) you could use a smaller or larger dose as you see fit too.
The taste starts off with some sweetness with a bitter finish and also a slight “dry cat food” like taste.