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Steve Bullman

ganoderma coffee?

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Steve,

Yes, but more often offered as Ganoderma powder or Ganoderma tea. Ganoderma species like G. lucidum and G. sinense, in China called Reishi or Ling zhi, are famous for their medicinal qualities (tripertenes) and were together with ginseng ingredients of the elixers of the Taoist monks. See Terry Willard's book Reishi Mushroom (Sylvan Press, 1990) for a complete overview.

Gerrit J. Keizer

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janey   

I do believe you've managed to find something that makes camp coffee seem appatising.

 

What's it like then Steve?

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