Coffee is an inflammatory food, and inflammation wears the body down and ages it faster. Now think about how much coffee is consumed on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis… that’s a lot of inflammation! Since most people wouldn’t dream on giving up coffee, you can now drink it with one of nature’s most remarkable herbs, Ganoderma lucidum, added to negate inflammation while providing many additional health benefits (also available in capsule form for those married to their Tim Horton’s, Starbucks, or french press)!
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Top 5 Reasons to Switch to Medicinal Coffee:
- Coffee causes inflammation (more wear and tear and associated symptoms (i.e. pain)). Ganoderma lucidum is highly anti-inflammatory in nature and a powerful antioxidant.
- Coffee is acidic in nature and acid wears the body out. Most of our diets are also acidic so our bodies have to work even harder to neutralize acidity; coffee places extra stress on the body (AKA: aging faster). Ganoderma lucidum is alkaline, thus neutralizing coffee’s acidic nature and its wear and tear on the body.
- Ganoderma lucidum has a huge range of health benefits such as immune boosting, cancer fighting/preventing, body detoxifying, and is excellent for alleviating arthritic joint pain. It has a ton of research to support its high efficacy and safety.
- Ganoderma lucidum is bitter – it can hide in coffee and tastes great. Think of it as a 2 in 1 combo – you get coffee and a healing herb in every cup.
- Fair trade and organic (USDA certified) – we do our part for humanity and the planet – farmers make a fair wage, and the planet (and our bodies) is spared from toxic agricultural chemicals.
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I endorse coffees that only have coffee and Ganoderma lucidum listed as ingredients – nothing else. I highly suggest staying away from Ganoderma lucidum coffees that include sugar and additives unless it is a means to wean oneself off of sodapop, energy drinks, “sugar coffees,” etc.; in this case, switching to a “lesser evil” hopefully includes the eventual goal of moving onto a black Ganoderma lucidum coffee with no sugar added.
Individuals on immunosuppressive therapy (e.g. organ transplant) should consider refraining from Ganoderma lucidum, as it stimulates the immune system. As with any herb or consumable product, use is at your own risk; it is advised you consult your naturopathic doctor or medical doctor to see if Ganoderma lucidum is safe for you.