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Root Mushroom Farm-Lion's Mane Grow kit, 3.2 pounds
Root Mushroom Farm-Lion's Mane Grow kit, 3.2 pounds
Root Mushroom Farm-Lion's Mane Grow kit, 3.2 pounds
Root Mushroom Farm-Lion's Mane Grow kit, 3.2 pounds

Root Mushroom Farm-Lion's Mane Grow kit, 3.2 pounds Log

Product ID : 46571775
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Galleon Product ID 46571775
UPC / ISBN 701304097092
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Root Mushroom Farm-Lion's Mane Grow kit, 3.2 pounds Features

  • ✔ EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO GROW MUSHROOMS IN ONE BOX. The kit contains one Lion's Mane log, a humidity tent, a spray bottle and a detailed instruction. You do not need any extra tools to start! Mushrooms start in ~10 days once you begin to spray(it can last for months in the box unopened).

  • ✔ MAKES A GREAT GIFT. Our mushroom kit is recommended as a gift for kids, mom, dad, birthdays or as the perfect school project. Buy it now for your loved ones and experience the excitement in growing mushrooms!

  • ✔ PERFECT INTRODUCTION TO THE MUSHROOMS – It offers a wonderful opportunity to learn how to grow mushrooms. Arrives with detailed instructions, it is very easy to grow mushrooms at home. Growing mushroom is more than just a fun – You can also taste the organic and fresh mushrooms grown by your own!


About Root Mushroom Farm-Lion's Mane Grow Kit, 3.2 Pounds

Lion's Mane, Hericium erinaceus (bearded tooth mushroom, satyr's beard, bearded hedgehog mushroom, pom pom mushroom, or bearded tooth fungus), is an edible mushroom belonging to the tooth fungus group. Native to North America, Europe and Asia it can be identified by its long spines (greater than 1 cm length), its appearance on hardwoods and its tendency to grow a single clump of dangling spines. In the wild, these mushrooms are common during late summer and fall on hardwoods, particularly American Beech. Hericium erinaceus contains a number of polysaccharides, such as B-glucan, heteroglucans, heteroxylans, as several cyanthane derivative triterpenes known as hericenone and erinacine. These latter compounds are found in the fruitbody and mycelium respectively. Hericium erinaceus has long a history of traditional use.