Another addition to the powerful lineup of mushroom products that Four Leaf Rover offers, Lion's Mane Organic Mushroom Extract is a gut-friendly source of beta-glucans with a long list of benefits for senior dogs, dogs with anxiety, overweight dogs, and more.
Lion's Mane is made from 100% fruiting body of the mushroom, unlike most mushroom products that are made with mycelium grown on grain. Our Lion's Mane is third-party tested to contain a minimum of 25% beta-glucans. Other benefits include ...
Supports Weight Control
Lion's Mane helps dogs maintain a consistent weight and supports a normal blood sugar levels for dogs with diabetes.
Can Calm Anxious Dogs
Supports normal nervous system function, helpful for dogs with paralysis or spine diseases like IVDD. Lion's Mane also provides a calming effect for dogs who are nervous or hyperactive.
Supports Cognitive Function
Helps support cognitive function for senior dogs or those at risk of cognitive decline. Lion's Mane contains a healthy serving of hericenones and erinacines that benefit your pet's brain function.
Active Ingredients per 585 mg (1/4 tsp)
Lion's Mane (Hericium erinaceus) Mushroom Extract .................. 585 mg
Inactive Ingredients: None
What's the Beta-Glucan content of Lion's Mane?
Lion's Mane has been third-party tested to contain a minimum of 25% Beta-glucans.
Does Lion's Mane also help the immune system?
Yes. Studies show that Lion's Mane can support the immune system in animals.
How are your mushrooms grown?
Four Leaf Rover’s mushrooms grow on wood. This ensures that the helpful compounds you look for in mushrooms are actually in them.
The greenhouses have fresh water and air filtering through, with natural sunshine coming in.
After harvest time, the mushrooms are tested for chemicals and contamination.
How do I know if I have a real mushroom product?
You'll know the mushrooms you are giving to your dog are high quality if they contain the whole fruiting body and not just mycelium like most mushroom products.
Mycelium is not the whole mushroom. It is grown on grains like oats and rice, then ground up into a powder.
The problem is, if you’re buying a mycelium mushroom product, you’re missing out on the rich beta-glucan content that comes from the whole fruiting body that you’re looking for for your dog.
Beta-glucans are active compounds found in mushrooms. And the whole fruiting body offers more vitamins and minerals for your dog.