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Published on 5/14/2018
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While many diseases are easily seen and recognizable, there is an entire realm of illness and health that remains mostly unseen—and, sometimes, it’s not talked about nearly enough.

This is the realm of neurological disorders. This category covers a wide swathe of health territory that often goes overlooked in the big picture of wellness. It includes health issues as simple as anxiety, fatigue, and even stress burnout (or adrenal fatigue) to more major complex illnesses like clinical depression, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s disease.

A startling fact about some of these illnesses, too, is that they don’t just directly affect the sufferer.

In many ways, they also impact the entire sufferer’s community: friends, family, children, and cherished close ones, especially when neurological degeneration is so intense that sufferers must completely depend on a caretaker. In some cases too, neurological disorders make those who experience them completely different people who will never be the same.

What’s worse, some of these disorders don’t have many direct or effective ways they can be treated by mainstream medicine.

Pills, pharmaceuticals, therapy, and surgery may help with some aspects or symptoms of these various problems, while completely curing others. But for a hefty portion of sufferers, these people are left without hardly any options for treatment or support that doesn’t involve some sort of risk, side effect, or other undesired, unnatural change.


For many of these problems, there haven’t been many conventional medicine solutions for curing or even treating such diseases.

But that’s not to say that traditional, plant-based medicines have not been in place to help deal with these issues for hundreds—if not thousands—of years.

What more, modern research today is eagerly crossing the boundaries between conventional and alternative herbal medicine to find more treatment options for such ailments. That’s right: science and mainstream medicine seek the answers and solutions from humble healing herbs.

And while neither conventional treatments nor remedies from the natural world have been known to fully cure or get rid of many neurological disorders, it’s truly a wonder how much promise herbs may hold for the benefit of the entire world!

But to what extent can these herb and mushrooms take us towards health solutions from the natural world? Let’s take a look.

But to what extent can these herb and mushrooms take us towards health solutions from the natural world? Let’s take a


Over the centuries, ancient cultures found their own unique allies in the surrounding natural environment for healing neurological disorders.

But back then, neurological disorders were quite different—and they were also viewed very differently as well.

So when thinking about neurological disorders, what are we dealing with today?

Here are some of the most common examples:


The most common neurological disorders truly start out small. These consist of garden-variety stress, anxiety, and mild depression issues— basically, the fallout our bodies feel on a nervous level when we push ourselves too hard mentally and emotionally. That, or when we experience something negative or devastating.

But while these issues are so common for so much of the population, it’s a huge wonder that there aren’t more formal cures for these mild neurological disturbances, despite the big impact they can have on our lives from time to time: interfering with our work lives, routines, confidence, and even our energy levels.

They can even have an unwanted domino effect on other aspects of our health: such as reducing our energy levels, interfering with memory, and even causing us to lose cognitive function and focus. We may even find ourselves building distance between ourselves and loved ones.

It’s only when these issues become perceptible on a physical level that mainstream health practitioners will take action: usually by prescribing antidepressants, therapy, and other changes. Though in many cases, these still don’t handle the source of the problem.


The worst impacts on the nervous system to fear are, of course, the degenerative diseases of the neurological system. Loss of full neurological function is inevitable, however, such as when we age.

But sometimes, the degeneration of nerve function happens far too fast, and far too irregularly. It can completely take away memory and brain function in some instances, as in Alzheimer’s disease or Huntington’s. It can also make movement and mobility incredibly difficult, as in Parkinson’s disease.

Not to mention: those who suffer from extreme forms of these illnesses become completely dependent on caretakers, which may also take the form of close ones, friends, family, or the community.

The worst part of these degenerative illnesses? Modern conventional medicine has yet to find a definitive cure for any of them, nor any productive or meaningful way to support, prevent, or reverse their development.

In terms of research, herbs and mushrooms win again and have drawn strong interest for their neuroprotective capabilities in this regard when nothing else has seemed to succeed.

A 2014 article cited epimedium (commonly called horny goat weed) as a potential protector against neurodegeneration. In the world of fungi, the chaga mushroom was explored in a 2011 research article as being a fighter against the development and progression of Alzheimer’s.

And yet, no botanical alternative has drawn quite as much promise as the bizarre-looking, completely unique lion’s mane mushroom.

Myriads of studies have been undertaken to explore the neuro-regenerative and nootropic qualities of lion’s mane, such as those found in this 2013 study. In the process, it’s also established some pretty strong ties to potential cures for Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and in this 2015 review, Huntington’s disease and dementia.

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