Gandomera coffee, a blend of roasted coffee beans and the red mushroom extract Ganoderma Lucidum, has been used for centuries in China for its health benefits. Grown in the wild, Ganoderma coffee is touted as a safe and natural alternative to coffee that can treat diseases, insomnia and depression.

Health Benefits

The high amount of antioxidants in the Ganoderma mushroom strengthens the immune system, enabling it to fight viruses and bacteria. These properties can also lower high blood pressure, stimulate the liver, alleviate lung problems, and support the circulatory and respiratory systems.


Ganoderma coffee acts as a preventative against certain diseases, such as diabetes, lung disorders, heart disease and even cancer.

Mental Health

Elements in Gandomera coffee can strengthen the flow of oxygen in the body, which can increase energy, vigor and reduce stress without the side effects of caffeine. This promotes feelings of well-being, which can have a positive effect on mental health problems and depression.

Degenerative Diseases

Ganoderma coffee has qualities that improve memory, reduce tension and sharpen concentration. Many of its properties are used in treatment of degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's and dementia.


Ganoderma coffee is used in cosmetics to correct imperfections on the face, such as acne, scarring and lines, and to repair damage from the sun. Consuming a cup of Ganoderma coffee can also help the skin retain its moisture and appear dewy and supple.

Sleep Disorders

Ganoderma coffee contains calming properties that ease stress and can promote a restful night of sleep.

About the Author

Serena Norr

Serena Norr has been a New York-based writer and editor since 2001. Her articles have appeared in "Time Out New York," "Tea & Coffee Trade Journal," "Time Out New York," "Film Monthly," "Shecky's," "Princeton Review" and "Beyond Race." Norr specializes in health and wellness, motherhood, and beauty-related topics. She attained her Bachelors of Arts in English at Hunter College.