If you are someone who lives with pain every day, or if you know someone who does, you know it keeps you from enjoying the good things in life – time with family, enjoying a good meal, hikes in nature, playing tennis, golf or other sports, even working in the yard.  Think how nice it would be to get out of bed – just one morning – without pain.

Taste The Only Coffee That Can Reduce Inflammation

Chronic Inflammation is a core reason that many of us experience pain.  Chronic inflammation can be the cause of Arthritis, IBS, Fibromyalgia, knee pain, back pain, shoulder pain, foot pain, tendonitis and even heart disease.

Because of the pain you are in, you may have been told (and discovered it was true) that reducing or eliminating caffeine, especially coffee, can reduce your pain – and in some cases even eliminate it.  I was in that situation.  I loved coffee, but was told I needed to stay away from it.  Then I discovered Gano Cafe

Gano Cafe is enriched with a very special herb called Ganoderma Lucidum (also known as Gano, Reishi or Lingzhi).  As I researched Ganoderma Lucidum and Ganoderma Coffee, I learned that it has an amazing impact on chronic inflammation (as well as on the immune system, blood sugar, sleep, adrenals, acid reflux and more).  There are over 700 medical studies documenting the benefits of Ganoderma Lucidum on PubMed.gov (the US National Library of Medicine) alone.  And as I did more research on it, I learned that people are having the best results with one of our Gano Cafe 3-in-1 Coffee, which is also one of our most popular flavors.

Gano Cafe is real coffee (Brazilian beans – fair trade, pesticide free), with a Ganoderma Boost.  Gano Cafe contains a potent extract of Ganoderma that actually enhances the taste of the coffee.

Taste What People Are Talking About

My Story

I’m one of those people who has had a lot of pain from inflammation, and adrenal issues as well, and I was told that it was important to eliminate caffeine from my diet.  I struggled with that – one thing I really enjoyed – and one thing that even got me out of bed in the morning – was slowly waking up with a great cup of coffee.

When I went off caffeine, my pain level was lower (but definitely not gone), and based on my energy levels, I could also tell my adrenals weren’t as stressed.  But it *sucked* (excuse my french) to have to eliminate yet one more thing that I enjoyed.  Can you relate?

I was at a wellness fair one day, and one of the booths was promoting a “Healthy Coffee“.  I was “off coffee” at that point, and almost didn’t look into this.  But I kept seeing people gather at their booth, and I finally decided to check it out.  Boy, am I glad I did!

Here’s What Happened To Me

I know a lot of people are into the scientific research – and you can find that above – but what interests me most is what real people are experiencing.

I started drinking this coffee, and not only did I get to enjoy waking up to a great cup of coffee again, I also experienced more health benefits drinking this coffee than eliminating caffeine from my diet.  How great is that!?!  I experienced reduced back pain (i.e., reduced inflammation), and some of the numbers on my blood tests, like cholesterol, blood sugar and triglycerides, started to look better.  And most exciting to me was that my adrenals felt less stressed.

Now a little more on inflammation and pain… as I mentioned above, it turns out that inflammation is an immune system response – it’s the immune system trying to protect the body cells and systems from what it perceives as foreign invaders – but with chronic inflammation, the immune system has gotten hung up – and with autoimmune diseases, like rheumatoid arthritis and shoulder tendonitis, the immune system is triggering the inflammation response even when there is no foreign invader, and the immune system ends up attacking itself.  (There is a great explanation about this at the International Wellness Directory if you want to check it out.)

Hear What Other People Are Saying About Gano Cafe

I found a lot of information on great experiences other people are having – and I posted them on our Customer Reviews and Customer Video Reviews pages.

There are two videos in particular, that I found both compelling and touching.  One is from Martin R, who had a very severe back injury, and the other is from Elizabeth V, who experienced IBS and other digestive disorders so badly that she literally couldn’t eat – both experienced huge changes (for the better) just from drinking this coffee:

To see other Video Reviews of Gano Cafe, click here.  If you’re in excruciating pain, you should definitely watch Dexter’s video.

If you love coffee, and want to drink a coffee that won’t cause additional inflammation, and that may actually help reduce your inflammation, give Gano Cafe a try.  To shop in our online store, click here, or click on the link below.  And if you’d like to know more about Ganoderma Lucidum and Gano Cafe, take a look at some of the other articles on this blog, or click here to read more about this revered herb in Chinese Medicine.


  • Sallie Jackson says:

    I am interested intrying this product. Will it be found in local grocery stores or Health Food Stores?

    • Coffee Thoughts says:

      Hi Sally,

      Usually the only way you can purchase it is online, although every so often an independent health food story does carry it. We have links for going to our online store to purchase the products, and we have links for going to Amazon.com to purchase the products.

      If you’d like to learn about how to get wholesale pricing, just go to our Affiliate Program menu, and you’ll see what’s available.

      Hope this helps!
      Shana & Rick

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