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 What is Ganoderma and How Does it Make Your Coffee Healthy? 
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What is Ganoderma and How Does it Make Your Coffee Healthy?
by: Phillip Bynes





Ganoderma Lucidum is the scientific name for a species of Red Mushrooms that is said to be more powerful than Ginseng.

Asian medicinal arts highly revered this mushroom as sacred. It is known as the "Miraculous King of the Herbs" and is known is Lingzhi in China, Reishi in Japan, and Youngchi in Korea.

For centuries, traditional healers have classified the red Reishi as superior in its ability to heal and its flexible application. Ganoderma has shown to have the ability to help and strengthen the body function more effectively and efficiently. Superior herbs are non-toxic and can be consumed in large quantities and for a long period without any side effects. According to Gano Excel, Inc. after 2000 years there are still no side effects reported in available literature and clinical studies.

Fortunately for avid coffee drinkers, ganoderma lucidum can now be found in beverage products such as tea and coffee.

A key benefit to Ganoderma (reishi) is the alkalinity. Ganoderma contains a very high concentration of Alkaloids, which promote alkalinity in the body and reduces the front end acidity of the coffee which is a problem for many coffee drinkers. Approximately 10% experience stomach upset or uncomfortable side effects such as heartburn from coffee - even decaf! Coffee giant Folgers estimates that the there is a market of 35 to 40 million Americans who say they have cut back on drinking coffee or eliminated it because of this discomfort. For most coffee drinkers who experience these side effects, the reason is due to the acidity in coffee.

There is substantial scientific evidence of the health benefits of Ganoderma lucidum (reishi) this Asian "Miraculous King of the Herbs" has attracted quite a bit of attention from the media as well as health-conscious individuals in the United States over the past couple of years.

Some of the therapeutic attributes include:

* Immune Enhancing

* Oxygen Enriching

* Free radical scavenging

* Analgesic promoting

* Heavy metal detoxing

* Fatigue reducing

* Performance improving

Coffee drinkers have an opportunity to replace their multiple daily cups of unhealthy coffee with an enriched coffee that not only provides the powerful benefits of ganoderma lucidum, but also provides over 100 anti-oxidants and 200 phytonutrients.

About The Author
Phillip Bynes is a proud husband, father, licensed massage therapist, and Family First Entrepreneur. As an active member of the health and wellness community, he provides resources to people who absolutely love coffee and embrace an opportunity to replace that unhealthy cup of coffee with enriched coffee that can provide substantial health benefits. Learn more at http://www.HealthyCoffee411.com.
The author invites you to visit:
http://www.healthycoffee411.com




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