|Are you a coffee
addict? Are you searching for a healthier coffee alternative? Do
you enjoy a good cup of coffee, but choose other beverages,
because it does not agree with you? If you answered yes to any of
these questions, you are in for a pleasant surprise.
Believe it or not, all coffee is not
bad for you. Ganoderma coffee is here! In fact, its
ever-increasing popularity indicates that it is probably here to
What is Ganoderma? In one word, it
is a… MUSHROOM. That’s right, a mushroom! The scientific name for
this species of wild Asian mushroom is “Ganoderma Lucidum”. They
have been harvested on plantations, there, for thousands of years.
The Chinese affectionately refer to Ganoderma as the “king of
Studies show that Ganoderma
mushrooms are packed with more than two hundred health-improving
elements. Even though they possess these elements Ganodermas have
no side effects of any kind.
Ganoderma coffee is a wonderful
alternative for those who cannot tolerate caffeine. It is also
recommended for those who wish to decrease their caffeine intake.
Ganoderma coffee is actually LOWER in caffeine, than commercially
processed decaffeinated coffees.
It is rich in flavor and high in
energy. Ganoderma coffee has the potential to help you sleep,
deliver more oxygen to your brain, help to keep your weight in
balance, remove body toxins and much more!
Ganoderma is great tasting and is
even suitable for children who love the taste of coffee, now and
then. It is available in tea and hot cocoa products, as well.
More than 50% of Americans drink at
least three cups of coffee per day. Worldwide more than 2 BILLION
cups are consumed daily. Join the ranks of healthier drinkers.
Take the time to locate a distributor of Ganoderma coffee, either
online or at a brick and mortor location near you.
Don’t eliminate coffee from your
diet. Make the switch to Ganoderma coffee and enjoy a
full-flavored cup, or two, whenever the mood strikes you. You will
start to feel more rejuvenated almost immediately.
Remember, the next time someone
offers you a cup of coffee, ask for Ganoderma instead. You’ll be
glad you did!