Switching from your regular high-acidic caffeinated coffee to a healthier, safer, and more nutritious Ganoderma coffee, tea or hot chocolate makes sense due to the Ganoderma ability to improve the functions of the immune system in adults as well as children.When you do your research on Ganoderma on Google and on www.PubMed.gov, a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health, you get the following information.A) The Ganoderma Lucidum mushroom (also known as Reishi in Japan and Lingzhi in China ) helps the body adapt to many types of body stresses such as trauma, sleep deprivation, temperature, exposure to toxins, psychological stress, infection, or radiation. Ganoderma Lucidum helps the organisms in the body return to a normal, balanced state after illness.
B) Ganoderma acts as regulator that fine-tunes the immune systems. Its main purpose is to detect pathogens such as bacteria and other viruses that attack the body.
C) A compromised immune system can develop viruses, parasites, bacteria and fungi that cause disease. Repeated use of common antibiotics, anti-viral agents, and anti-fungal medications can cause microbes to develop a resistance to the medications. Consuming Ganoderma can eliminate these problems. Ganoderma is gaining popularity among many as an adjunct to combating the disagreeable side effects of radiation and chemotherapy associated with cancer treatment.
D) The Ganoderma red mushroom has exceptional anti-stress qualities that can help improve memory, reduce tension and sharpen your concentration. It is particularly helpful in the treatment of degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia that affects the elderly. Ganoderma has been around for many centuries. It has been used for over 4000 years in Chinese and Japanese Traditional Medicine.
E) Highly ranked in Oriental traditional medicine for its health benefits and powerful medicinal properties, Ganoderma has been used as a remedy for many types of chronic diseases, including hepatopathy, type II diabetes, neurasthenia, hypertension, and cancer.
F) Originally consumed by emperors and royalty as the “Miracle Herb”, many westerners have overlooked it until recently. Some of the many health benefits of Ganoderma are its antioxidant effects on the body, the positive effects on circulatory system and respiratory tract. Ganoderma has been shown to lower high blood pressure, balance cholesterol levels and reduce the symptoms of bronchitis, asthma and other lung problems.
G) The Ganoderma red mushroom has more than 200 active elements known to improve health and is considered a Nutritive Supplement by the FDA and other Food and Drugs Administrations world wide.
H) The Ganoderma powerful antioxidant properties are also known to provide many other benefits including: