Every month, museum visitors choose the exhibit they liked the most. What they singled out for February was the Lion’s Mane mushroom.

The Lion’s Mane mushroom(Hericium erinaceus), also, well known as Yamabushitake, is an edible and medicinal mushroom. They grow mainly in autumn on cut broadleaf logs and are large, white, and shaggy mushrooms. It is also known for its antibacterial action and its contribution to strengthening the immune system. It is a particularly tasty mushroom, with shrimp or lobster taste when fresh, and a very valuable medicinal mushroom, that contributes to organs of the human body, such as the brain, heart, blood, liver, pancreas, arteries, etc. It is also considered, that it is able to contribute to the regeneration of nerves and therefore to help people suffering from dementia, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's, while also contributing to reducing depression and strengthening sleep quality.