Friday, January 9, 2009


A few years back I was being treated by a naturopath for 
back problems and she shared a product with me that she 
had started selling. I had never heard of coffee made from 
mushrooms, but it sure sounded bad! I had developed some 
sort of allergy to caffeine too, so I was really missing having
 a good cup of coffee once in awhile. She made me a cup and 
oh my word I have been hooked ever since. It is made from 
the Ganoderma Mushroom. 

I recently became a distributor so I could buy the coffee at 
wholesale and maybe one day down the road I may build the 
business from home via the internet. For now I am just using 
the product myself and sharing it with anyone that wants it.

You can read a lot more about the amazing Reishi mushroom 
here, here and here. In fact, just do your own search online
to see what all the fuss is about.

The ganoderma is the king of herbs in the Asian culture and is 
known for a wide variety of more than 175 different nutrients 
needed for maintaining good health. I like the fact that it 
tastes better than most any other regular coffee I have tried
 and I am doing something good for my body when I drink it 
instead of feeling guilty about how bad coffee is for me.

The coffee is only sold in individual packets so the all organic 
Ganoderm powder is correctly measured into each cup. If it 
was sold in large amounts like a can the powder would all 
sift to the bottom. 

Yes, it is more expensive than regular coffee
but for my health I think it is worth it. If anyone is interested
 in a sample I would be happy to mail packets out when I get back
 from Florida. I also have a personal website I can send you to with
prices, etc. on it. It may surprise you how good this stuff really is!


Debbie in CA : ) said...

Well this is new info to me! Sounds so interesting. I don't drink coffe myself, but my husband does now and again. I wonder if he would be interested in giving it a try? I'll ask him and let you know what he decides. (Or I could just "surprise" him with a cup of coffee and a smile . . . not too suspicious, eh?)

Have fun in sunny Florida! : D

How does the cost compare to Gevalia? That's all he drinks here at home.

Laura ~Peach~ said...

i woudl try it... we drink several POTS of coffee a day and I am sure they are not all that good for us... we drink maxwell house master blend mild...
you are not having troubles with these super deep cold tempratures are you? it sure looks and sounds bad on the news.

Becky said...

That sounds interesting. My Love loves mushrooms... wouldn't he be surprised to find his coffee made from them.

Niki RuralWritings said...

I would love to try it! Sounds very interesting. I can't believe it tastes better than coffee...can't be ;)

pam said...

You know me my friend. I am the QUEEN of caffeine. Anything labeled as coffee though intrigues me. However... my allergy is to MUSHROOMS! I love them, but my throat swells when I eat them. I would love to try this, and I bet I'd love it too, but I sort of fear it! But it is interesting!

PS- Love the photos in the last post, didnt get a chance to comment on it.

Caution Flag said...

Could I mix in lots of sugar, chocolate, and cream?