I know, you're thinking to yourself, "Healthy coffee? Impossible!" Well, it is more than possible- it's true. The story of healthy coffee goes back to a mushroom. Yes, you read correctly, a mushroom. Now you may be wondering, "What on earth do mushrooms have to do with healthy coffee, and whoever put the two together?" Ganoderma Lucidum is also known as the red mushroom. It has been cultivated and used in traditional Asian medicine for over 1,000 years. This mushroom is widely revered throughout Asia for its amazing health benefits and is reportedly superior in benefits to Ginseng.
The Red Mushroom or Red Reishi as it is also referred by, is carefully blended with mild organic coffee beans. This enables the coffee to have less caffeine than regular decaffeinated coffee and combined with the benefits of the Ganoderma Mushroom, creates healthy coffee.
Some of the health benefits traditionally associated with the Ganoderma Mushroom include liver detoxification; it has been used to treat Insomnia, Arthritis, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Hypertension, reduces cholesterol levels in the blood, and even poisoning.
Ganoderma coffee is also referred to as Gano coffee. Typically, when one refers to healthy coffee, they are referring to Gano coffee, due to the included Ganoderma
Mushroom. Some of the health benefits achieved from drinking Gano coffee include, less caffeine- most brands of healthy coffee have fewer than 10 mg of caffeine, and this is significantly less than the amount of regular retail coffee. Healthy coffee contains less acid. This makes the Gano coffee gentler on the digestive and intestinal system.
You can look for Gano Coffee and other healthy coffee products in your local health food store. If you can't find any locally, you can always purchase them online from dealers and the manufacturers. When purchasing via the Internet, be sure to figure in the cost of shipping and handling before making your final purchase.
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