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Ganoderma coffee is a powdered drink mix that typically contains instant coffee and the powdered extract of Ganoderma lucidum (a medicinal mushroom also known as “reishi” or “Lingzhi”). Other ingredients such as sugar, non-dairy creamer, and herbs may be included.
Beyond the pick-me-up that the coffee provides, it’s a beverage that some proponents say offers a range of health benefits and is sometimes used by people who would like to reduce their coffee intake but still boost their energy level.
Despite the marketing claims for the benefits of ganoderma coffee, however, there is no scientific support for the product’s health effects.
Proponents claim that ganoderma coffee can boost immunity, fight fatigue, improve memory, increase energy stamina, lower cholesterol, reduce inflammation, relieve stress, reverse the aging process, and stimulate circulation.
Ganoderma is also touted as a top source of antioxidants.
The Benefits of Ganoderma Coffee: Can It Help?
To date, no scientific studies have tested the health effects of ganoderma coffee. However, preliminary research indicates that ganoderma on its own may offer certain health benefits.
For instance, a 2016 review of five previously published studies concluded that Ganoderma lucidum could be used alongside conventional treatment due to its potential to enhance tumor response and stimulate host immunity. However, the authors concluded that there was no evidence to support the use of Ganoderma lucidum as a primary cancer treatment.
In addition, research shows that drinking coffee, in general, may have some beneficial effects. For example, moderate coffee consumption may help reduce the risk of developing several chronic diseases (including diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, and heart disease).
While ganoderma is sometimes said to help with high blood pressure and heart disease, a 2015 report published in The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews did not find evidence supporting the use of Ganoderma lucidum for the treatment of cardiovascular risk factors in people with type 2 diabetes.
Little is known about the safety of ganoderma coffee. However, ganoderma may cause a number of side-effects, including dizziness, stomach upset, and skin irritation.5 You should talk to your doctor before trying ganoderma coffee particularly if you take blood pressure, anticoagulant, antiplatelet, or cancer medications.
Additionally, consuming too much caffeine can speed up your heart rate, disrupt your sleep, upset your stomach and aggravate certain mental health problems (such as anxiety).
There have been a few case reports of people who have developed hepatitis after the use of ganoderma lucidum products.
Also, keep in mind herbal and dietary supplements are not regulated by the United States Food and Drug Administration the way prescription drugs are. In some cases, products sold to consumers have been found to contain ingredients not listed on the label, resulting in harmful effects.
Although you may enjoy the slightly bitter taste of ganoderma coffee, don’t fill up just yet. There’s a lot of research that still has to be done on ganoderma and its health effects in large-scale clinical trials (the kind of evidence we want to see to put full stock in a treatment). If you’re still considering making ganoderma coffee a regular part of your diet, be sure to talk to your doctor first to discuss whether it’s right for you.
Spirulina is a type of blue-green algae that contains a number of nutrients, including B vitamins, beta-carotene, and vitamin E. Spirulina also contains antioxidants, minerals, chlorophyll, and phycocyanobilin and is commonly used as a source of vegan protein.
According to proponents, spirulina is said to help with the following health problems: attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, cancer, fatigue, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, and viral infections.
Purported spirulina benefits also include weight loss, increased energy, and stimulation of the immune system.
To date, few human studies have explored spirulina’s health benefits. However, preliminary studies suggest that spirulina holds promise for the following conditions:
Spirulina holds some promise for lipid disorders such as high cholesterol or high triglycerides, according to a study published in the Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism. For the study, healthy, older adults consumed spirulina or a placebo. After four months, spirulina was associated with significant reductions in cholesterol.1
Spirulina holds some promise in the treatment of allergic rhinitis (nasal allergies), according to a review published in 2009.2 Indeed, a previously published study of people with allergic rhinitis found several benefits for spirulina consumption (including improvement in symptoms like nasal discharge, sneezing, congestion, and itching).3
In a 2008 study involving 37 people with type 2 diabetes, researchers found that those assigned to 12 weeks of spirulina supplementation experienced a significant reduction in blood-fat levels. Spirulina benefits also included a decrease in inflammation and, for some people, a decrease in blood pressure and cholesterol.4
Spirulina may offer some protection against oral cancer, according to one small study of tobacco chewers with precancerous oral lesions. For 12 months, study members took either a daily dose of spirulina or a placebo. By the study’s end, the lesions cleared up in 20 of the 44 participants who had consumed spirulina (compared to three of the 43 participants who had been assigned to the placebo group).5
Although few adverse effects are associated with the use of spirulina, consuming spirulina may cause headaches, allergic reactions, muscle pain, sweating, and insomnia in some cases. People with allergies to seafood, seaweed, and other sea vegetables should avoid spirulina.
If you have a thyroid condition, an autoimmune disorder, gout, kidney stones, phenylketonuria (PKU), or are pregnant or nursing, spirulina may not be appropriate for you. You should check with your healthcare provider before taking it.
It’s possible that spirulina grown in the wild can absorb toxins from water, such as microcystins (known to cause severe liver damage), pollutants, and heavy metals. Most spirulina sold in the United States is grown in laboratories.
As with all supplements, it’s important to consult your health-care provider before using spirulina to discuss whether it’s appropriate for you and whether it can be taken in combination with other medications and/ or supplements.
Dosage and Preparation
There is not enough scientific data to provide a recommended dose of spirulina. Various doses of spirulina have been used in research.
For example, in several studies examining the benefits of spirulina for high cholesterol, doses of 1-8 grams daily for four weeks to six months has been used. To learn about its effects on hypertension, a dose of spirulina blue-green algae of 4.5 grams daily for six weeks was used.6 And in a study with type 2 diabetes patients, a product containing one gram twice daily for two months was used.7
The appropriate dose for you may depend on factors including your age, gender, and medical history. Speak to your healthcare provider to get personalized advice.
What to Look For
Spirulina is often sold in powder form, but it’s also available in capsules, tablets, and juices. The powder is sometimes added to smoothies.
Although there are a large number of blue-green algae species commonly referred to as “spirulina,” most spirulina supplements contain Aphanizomenon flos-aquae, Spirulina maxima, and/or Spirulina platensis.
As with all supplements, it is important to examine the Supplement Facts label on any product that you buy. This label will contain vital information including the amount of active ingredients per serving, and other added ingredients that might be in the product.
Lastly, the organization suggests that you look for a product that contains a seal of approval from a third party organization that provides quality testing. These organizations include U.S. Pharmacopeia, ConsumerLab.com, and NSF International. A seal of approval from one of these organizations does not guarantee the product’s safety or effectiveness but it does provide assurance that the product was properly manufactured, contains the ingredients listed on the label, and does not contain harmful levels of contaminants.
With its headquarters in Malaysia, DXN lives by certain guiding principles in its day to day operation, these are; “One Dragon”, “One World One Market” and “One Mind”. DXN is dedicated in following through with all aspects of its business model from Cultivation and Processing all the way to the actual marketing of its Ganoderma enriched products direct to its consumers. This process has granted DXN global acclaim for its state of the art management system, research and development as well as the highest of quality products on the market today. DXN is the 15 th biggest direct selling company in the world.
DXN was founded by Dato’ Dr. Lim Siow Jin, a graduate from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, in 1993. His deep interest on the benefits of mushroom on human health particularly led him to the wonders of Ganoderma. This commences his quest to utilize the fullest potential of Ganoderma or Lingzhi, considered as the King of Herbs, and similarly benefit those who want to keep healthy.
The entire process – cultivation, processing and marketing is solely done by the Company under strict quality control.
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The DXN Ganoderma farm is well recognized for its unique traits in the cultivation of its high quality Ganoderma.
These distinctions are the following:
The DXN Linghzi farm occupies a 70 hectare property which is the largest Linghzi farm in Malaysia and the first Malaysian Linghzi farm to receive an MS ISO 14001:2004 certificationfrom Lloyd´s Register Quality Assurance since July 2000. This ensures that all activities for cultivating the Ganoderma are met with MS ISO 14001;2004 standards and comply with the legal requirements set forth by the department of the environment.
In November of 2007, the DXN Linghzi farm was accredited by the Malaysian Organic Scheme ( Skim Organik Malaysia) certification by the department of agriculture, peninsular Malaysia (Jabatan Pertanian Semenanjung Malaysia) which meets the Standards of MS 1529:2001 certified Organic Farm.
The DXN pharmaceutical factory occupies and area of over 34,000 Square Meters and is equipped with state of the art technologies for the processing of the Ganoderma. This factory if the first of its kind in Malaysia that has been granted the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) certification from the ministry of health and Aging Australia and is also accredited with MS ISO 9001:2000 certifications from the Lloyd’s Register of Quality assurance since September of 1999. It is also amongst the first companies to receive the GMP (Good Manufacturing practice) certification from the national Pharmaceutical control bureau and the ministry of health in Malaysia.
The two DXN coffee processing factories have a total manufacturing area of over 42,000 Square Meters which include modern facilities for the manufacturing of complete line of food and beverage ranges.
DXN’s newly established manufacturing facility which houses it’s cosmetic, Juice and Enzyme factories have all been accredited the GMP certificate from the national pharmaceutical control board and the ministry of health in 2007. The factory and its accumulated administrative offices have a total area of over 70,000 Square meters.
DXN Marketing is the first MLM company in the world to launch its “One World, One Market” concept which enables distributors from any country to directly sponsor new distributors either locally or internationally. DXN is also Malaysia’s leading MLM exporter.
Research and Development is DXN’s mission when it comes to securing the highest quality for all its products. The concentrated efforts of DXN in research and development have continuously led the company to manufacture products with highest international standard and as natural to its origin as possible.
On July 17, 2006, the Laboratory Department of DXN Holdings Bhd. has been accorded MS ISO/IEC 17025 Certificate of Accreditation for its technical competence, defined scope and operation of a laboratory quality management system.
Research and development also emphasizes DXN´s long term commitment of placing top priority on environmentally-friendly practices and human health in every stage of production.
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