Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages due to its caffeine content and its taste and aroma.
Caffeine is naturally found in more than 60 types of plants, including coffee beans, guarana, tea, cocoa, etc., and it is this caffeine that causes the bitter taste.Taking caffeine and sugar at the same time can be useful for memory. There is an opposite relationship between caffeine consumption and Parkinson's disease, in other words, caffeine consumption prevents the possibility of Parkinson's disease. Caffeine consumption reduces cognitive disorders related to aging and the incidence of Alzheimer's disease. Caffeine prevents movement defects and dementia by balancing brain function. Caffeine enhances the feeling of well-being, happiness, alertness and sociability in a person.Many epidemiological studies conducted on humans show that regular consumption and appropriate dose of caffeine reduces the risk of Alzheimer's disease, especially in the elderly. Caffeine, as an antioxidant compound, can play a protective role against oxidative stress in Alzheimer's disease.Ganoderma lucidum, also called red reishi mushroom, deepens the taste of coffee and enhances its health benefits.
Ganoderma mushroom contains triterpenoids and polysaccharides. These compounds are adaptogenic or compensatory.
Ganoderma mushroom dates back thousands of years to ancient China. This product is hard to find and produce. Agricultural and food industry experts have been researching this substance for years and have found countless properties about it. This mushroom is very useful due to the abundance of active elements and antioxidants. Ganoderma lucidum has been used in traditional Asian culture for thousands of years, and its name means spiritual power in Chinese, but the Japanese call it Reishi, which means the king of plants.