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Organic Lion’s Mane Mushroom Powder

Organic Lion’s Mane Mushroom Powder

Brain Health

  • Brain health
  • Adaptogen
  • Organic
  • Farm to bowl


Great for: Your furry friend's cognitive function, including memory and learning

The good stuff: Contains 32% beta-glucans and 1.5mg erinacine A per 1 gram - that’s more than any other lion’s mane mushroom we’ve come across

Boosie approved: We grow our lion’s mane on natural and organic substrates in Europe and have it quality-checked by independent accredited labs

How to use

Mix 1/4 to 1/2 tsp (500-1000mg) per 10kg of body weight into wet food daily. This can be divided into two or three doses throughout the day. Pause for a few weeks after 8 weeks.

Store in a cool, dry place.

Note: This is a general guideline and the appropriate dosage may vary based on your pet's specific needs and health status. This product may interact with certain medications. Please consult with a veterinarian before giving any functional food to your pet. This product should not be considered a replacement for veterinary care or medication. Not suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding animals. For fully-grown pets only.

Ingredients and nutrition

Composition: 100% organic heteropolysaccharides derived from Hericium erinaceus (L.). Gluten-free. No added fillers. Non-GMO. Grown in Europe.

Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 18%, Crude Fibre 20%, Crude Fat 1%, Beta-glucans 21%

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How are your mushrooms grown?

Our proprietary methods are the result of some serious brainpower and research, thanks to generous grants that fueled our R&D projects. We take pride in growing our mushrooms in small batches, using nothing but the finest organic and plant-based substrates.

Once our mushrooms reach their peak maturity, we carefully dry them at 60°C. Then, we pulverise them, breaking down those stubborn cell walls for maximum goodness.

To seal the deal, we pack the powdered magic into environmentally-friendly amber glass jars before sending them on their way to your doorstep. It's a treat for you, your furry friends and the planet, all in one package! 🍄✨

Mushroom benefits
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How can lion’s mane help my pet?

Lion's mane mushroom is super cool, not just for us humans, but for our furry pals too! It's been used in traditional medicine for ages and has some awesome benefits for our animal buddies.

It can give a boost to cognitive function in both humans and animals. So, if your pet needs a memory upgrade or some extra focus, lion's mane could do the trick!
Lion's mane has these amazing things called beta-glucans that are like little superheroes for the immune system. They help your pets fight off icky infections and keep them feeling their best.

If your fur baby deals with issues like arthritis, allergies, or tummy troubles, lion's mane might come to the rescue. It has anti-inflammatory properties that can calm things down and make your pet feel pawsome!

So, remember, lion's mane isn't just for us humans. It's a fantastic way to give our animal pals a little extra boost in brain power, immunity, and inflammation control. Let the lion's mane magic begin!

Why is Boosie’s lion’s mane the best?

Our lion's mane is seriously impressive, and we've got the numbers to prove it! Check this out: our lion's mane contains a whopping 32% beta-glucans, which is double what you'll find in the average lion's mane extract out there. We don't mess around when it comes to quality.

But that's not all. We also make sure to test for erinacine A, which is like the superstar compound in lion's mane. Guess what? Our lion's mane has an average of 1.5mg of erinacine A per 1,000mg (that's just 1/2 tsp). We're pretty confident that our erinacine A levels are some of the highest on the market. Boom!

Now, let's talk about extraction ratios. Some brands like to make a big fuss about those numbers, but let us tell you a little secret. Our whole lion's mane made from fruiting bodies is higher in beta-glucans than many extracts that brag about their super high ratios. Quality over quantity, our friends!

So, when it comes to lion's mane that packs a punch, look no further. We've got the beta-glucans, the erinacine A, and the real deal.

What’s erinacine A?

Erinacine A is like the secret weapon hidden inside lion's mane mushroom, and it's not just for us humans! It's a fancy name for a special compound found in this magical mushroom that can work wonders for our furry pals too.

Erinacine A is part of a cool group of compounds called hericenones and erinacines, and they're exclusive to lion's mane.Now, here's where things get exciting. Erinacine A has caught the attention of researchers because it has the potential to make our brains go "whoa!" It's believed to have some serious brain-boosting abilities that can make us and our furry buddies even smarter and sharper.

Imagine this: erinacine A might help their brains produce more of those awesome nerve growth factors. You know, the ones that keep their brain cells healthy and firing on all cylinders. With erinacine A on their side, our furry friends can reach new levels of cognitive prowess.But hey, let's not forget that we're still uncovering all the secrets of erinacine A. There's a lot more research to be done, but it's an exciting little compound that holds promise for the brain health and regeneration of our beloved pets.

So, if you want to treat your four-legged friend to something truly special, give them a taste of lion's mane mushroom and let the power of erinacine A work its magic! They'll be wagging their tails and purring with delight.

Why can the polysaccharide amount be misleading?

Here's the inside scoop on what some brands may not tell you. When it comes to key nutrients, many brands either keep it under wraps or simply don't bother with testing. Sneaky, right?

Now, let's talk about polysaccharides. Some brands might flaunt the polysaccharide content, but here's the catch: polysaccharides can include things like starch, not just beta-glucans. So, even if you see a high polysaccharide amount, it doesn't necessarily mean you're getting a high dose of beta-glucans. You could be getting a whole lot of starch and little to none of those valuable beta-glucans.

We believe in full transparency, which is why we focus on testing and disclosing the key nutrients in our mushrooms. You deserve to know exactly what you're getting, without any hidden surprises. With us, you can trust that our mushroom powders are packed with the good stuff and free from any unnecessary starchy fillers. It's all about giving you the best of the best!

Which part of the lion's mane mushroom do you use?

Our lion’s mane heteropolysaccharides are derived from the fruiting body.

Do you use any fillers or additives?

Nope, not a chance! Our mushroom powders are 100% organic and pure, just like nature intended. No tricks, no extras, only the good stuff for your furry friend's well-being. It's all about keeping it clean and fabulous!

Do you test your mushrooms for heavy metals?

Absolutely! We check our mushrooms for lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic.

Are medicinal mushrooms suitable for all pets?

When it comes to medicinal mushrooms, it's important to consider your furry friend's individual needs and consult with your trusted veterinarian.

In general, many pets can benefit from medicinal mushrooms, but there are a few factors to consider:

  • Species and size: Different species of pets may have different sensitivities or responses to medicinal mushrooms. Additionally, the appropriate dosage may vary based on your pet's size.
  • Health condition: If your pet has any pre-existing medical conditions or is on medication, it's essential to consult with your veterinarian before introducing medicinal mushrooms to their routine.
  • Dosage and monitoring: It's important to follow the recommended dosage guidelines provided by your veterinarian. Regular monitoring of your pet's response and any potential changes in their health is essential to ensure their well-being.

Remember, your veterinarian is the guiding star in your pet's health journey. They have the expertise to provide tailored advice and determine if medicinal mushrooms are suitable for your pet.


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