Lion’s Mane Mushrooms for your Pets

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50g Net Weight


Medicinal Mushrooms for Your Pets

Our strain of medicinal mushrooms promotes vitality, energy, and immunity! All our mushrooms are pure whole-food, organic functional mushrooms with no fillers, derived from whole fruiting bodies. We have thoughtfully chosen several mushroom species each with its unique benefits.

Lion’s Mane Mushrooms (Hericum Erinaceus)

Lion’s Mane mushrooms can protect and improve brain and nerve function making them essential for senior pets with degenerative myelopathy (a disease affecting the spinal cord, resulting in slowly progressive hind limb weakness and paralysis – the cause is unknown and notoriously hard to diagnose) or other nerve-related disorders. They are famous for their ability to stimulate nerve growth factor (NGF) improving brain and neurological functions as well as being able to regenerate damaged nerves and allowing neurons in the brain to survive.

Prevention is important for dementia in pets so giving Lion’s Mane to younger pets may also help keep the brain working at its best.

Reported Health Benefits

  • Supports neurological and brain health
  • Protects liver, heart and kidney health
  • Promotes nereve regeneration
  • Stimulates repair and creation of neurons
  • Protects against myelopathy and doggy dementia
  • Supports gut and immune health
  • Helps to keep a healthy microbiome


100% natural with no fillers


½ teaspoon per 12kg of body weight or 150mg per 4.5kg.  Steep in a small amount of boiling water to activate then add to food

We recommend starting with a very small dosage for a couple of days to evaluate whether your pet has any adverse reactions, although these are hardly ever reported, and then increasing the dosage accordingly.

The administering of medicinal mushrooms is meant to support your pet’s overall health. With that in mind, it may take 30 – 60 days to see any improvements.

This product is not intended as a substitute for veterinary products or advice.  If you have any concerns we advise you to consult a qualified vet