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May 11

The Healthy Coffee

 

In October 2011, I was hospitalized with asthma. I could not believe that I remained admitted for two and a half days. When I arrived at the Emergency Room, I was taken immediately into a room, placed on a breathing machine and injected with a huge dose of steroids just to get me from struggling for air.

For about five years, I have suffered with asthma.  My doctor told my disease was an inflammatory, late onset of asthma. Since that time, I have had to visit the Emergency Room at least two times per year and am prescribed prednizone several times during the year. I know I  don’t need to tell you the damaging affects of steroids on the cells of the body; not to  mention the weight gain.

In mid November, I started drinking Organo Gold Coffee because I heard of the healing properties of it’s special ingredient ganoderma lucidum. I did a little research and discovered that ganoderma lucidum (which derives from the reishi mushroom)  is no secret. It has been used by Asians for centuries as a medicine for many diseases and overall good  heath.

In January of this year I stopped taking my daily dose of Advair and instead drink two cups of coffee in the morning and a cup of tea or Latte in the afternoon.  I have had no asthmatic symptoms since. In addition that, I was suffering with pain in my joints (ankle, knees and hips), I am sure caused by the aging process.  I no longer have any discomfort.  I am so excited about all the benefits and I want to share them with you.

If you suffer from asthma, ulcerative colitis, systemic lupus erythematous, irritable bowel syndrome, or arthritis I encourage you to read this research for yourself and then let me know when you want to start drinking the coffee and documenting your progress.

http://queenbeancafe.com/ReishiWorks

 

3 comments

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