Mushroom Coffee: Is It Really All That?

June 25, 2019

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Mushroom Coffee: Is It Really All That? 

There’s a lot of hype about the latest trend: mushroom coffee. What exactly is mushroom coffee, is there anything special about it, and most importantly, is mushroom coffee really all that? 

We will answer some of the more common questions we get asked about our reishi mushroom superfood coffee.

What’s mushroom coffee?   

First off, what is mushroom coffee? Are mushrooms that come out of the ground added to the coffee? Won’t that taste like dirt? 

Well, a simple answer to that question is: yes, and no. The mushrooms are first ground and then added to the coffee blend itself, so you won’t find yourself bobbing for mushrooms at any point in the near future (unless you put some in there yourself!). 

How does it taste? 

As far as the taste goes, the taste of the coffee does change to a slightly more earthy taste. But there’s no distinctive mushroom taste, and if you need to, you can always add in some sweetener.

Why should you drink mushroom coffee instead of regular coffee?   

Mushroom coffee is a great coffee substitute that has many added benefits. It still allows you to have caffeine, but without the negative Ganoderma mushroom coffee side effects. People have reported less headaches, fewer caffeine crashes, and stress reduction. By adding in healing powers of the superfood reishimushroom coffee substitute becomes an overall wellness drink.

 What else can the reishi mushroom do? 

Reishi has been shown to lower cancer rates in the body, stimulate the metabolism, and promote detoxification in a healthy way. It’s adaptogenic, meaning that it adjusts according to what your body specifically needs in the moment. You’ll never have to worry about having too much or too little because it gives you just what you need. 

Reishi is also a powerful anti-fungal, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory plant. It’s been used by homeopaths to aid in fighting common illnesses, such as the flu, sore throats, and colds, as well as the more intense diseases like autoimmune and cancer. 

Reishi has also been shown to boost energy levels, improve cognition, and lower blood pressure. That’s a lot for a mushroom! Reishi mushroom is one of the most healing foods on the planet. 

Is mushroom coffee really all that?     

In short: yes! The mushroom coffee is much easier on the system than regular coffee, plus it promotes a ton of health benefits. If it sounds too good to be true, believe it! Science has come a long way, and because of that, we don’t have to worry about the negative effects of Ganoderma lucidum coffee anymore. We hope you’ll love our Ganoderma mushroom coffee just as much as we do!


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