I've studied well the clinic story about Gano Excel coffee (including your discussion): the conclusion is that, like ever in the Story, the humans in general need firmly to trust in something.
It's hard to undertsand but the people trust in this product, like the phenomena of old Herbalife; Gano Excel promises wide health effects impossible to achieve for the Gano Ecel's ingredients (like was for Herbalife). On the contrary may be dangerous wihout the control of a doctor or a diet specialist. Do you know weare live the serious one?
We hope that U.S. FDA will achieve to prosecute these merchants of illusions (very reach merchants to tell the thruth).
We all should advertise this situation to help our humans friends (also the enemies if we are generous). Peace in the world! :grin:
Ya, I believe everything the FDA tells me, such as that chemicals can cure a disease, but oranges, grapes, apples, broccoli, and other fruits & vegetables have no health benefits at all. Read their Website, they state that only "drugs" can cure a disease! They take our freedom away by giving us a required doctor's note to get a prescription for a cure!
I'm new to Gano, but back in 2009, I had actually tried their products (my fav being the mocha and 3-in-1)! Whether or not for the health benefit, I would still drink it for its taste. But hey, the healthy part is a benefit, as it isn't made with mostly chemicals but with health in mind. And if u ask me, those Asians are far more healthier than we are, with our obesity rate so high! How many of u are obese? Could it be that we eat and drink way too much crap, and thanks to the FDA and the USDA, we can eat and drink even more crap.
I feel much better knowing that I'm putting in my body a healthier item than that which is purchased in a grocery store, or sold by a drug company.
As for signing with your name, I highly agree. I'm James R. Henry, and I own Your Vitamin Source, a DuoBiz company. But don't buy from me, buy from a local health food store, & make sure what you're buying is truly healthy, as there are items calling itself organic, thanks to the FDA and USDA! I had a gentleman even tell me that he worked out in the fields and had certain clients receive non-organic and certain clients receive organic, but they were exactly the same items going out to store all across this world, in the name of health, as agreed to by the FDA and USDA.
O ya, I have a problem with a government, or any other organization, calling itself the Food and drug Administration...shouldn't they be a separate entity? Well, that's our government for you!
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I don't know if Gano Excel is legit or not. I do believe some supplements and herbs can do amazing things.
One thing I do know is that since my friend started selling it I avoid her like the plague. How many times do you have to say,"I'm not interested." before people just shut up about it?! Yes, I'm a known coffee lover, so I seem like the ideal person to pedal this stuff. Apparently you can't just be a customer and buy it, you have to become a rep. It may not be a pyramid "scheme" but it's definitely a pyramid, which means my friend is going to harass the crap out of everyone she knows in order to make more money.
The really funny thing to me is that since that's all she posts about on Facebook anymore, I've seen all the people that have joined her team, and I've seen the founder of the company. The founder of the company is a fit-looking guy who lives in California. Her team is made up of beefy Midwesterners who all look unhealthy. Hey, I'm not picking at them because I'm a sturdy Midwesterner myself, but if you're going to try to sell me miracle pills, you better look like they work!
I agree with Helen. There is something not right about most or all of these pyramid companies. Even if the product produced no harmful effects, there is no proof that it actually cures cancer, reduces weight or makes you feel better. The last effect is just the buyer (or member) justifying their investment of time and money in something.
My friend just called and invited me to a conference for this Senerigy (Gano coffee) product and I kept telling her no. Yet, she insisted that she had never done MLMs before, but that she believes this stuff works. Of course, she's unemployed, as many folks are at this time in history and she has to believe in something that can help her family. I just hope the end results justify all of the time and money she'll end up pouring into this "business."
My guess is that if gano sales were so great they wouldn't feel the need to come around and peddle it on sites where they aren't aren't welcome to do so. The spammers sound desperate to me. Anyone can buy $35 worth of product. The amateurs prove it time and again.
6. Posts containing Ganoderma also known as Gano, whether it deals with coffee or as an additive to coffee or any other products will not be tolerated. Offenders can be barred to as little as one week and to as much as a permanent ban. Ganoderma has caused too many issues on this forum and the amount of flaming has become ridiculous. It is with much regret that I have terminated this one subject, but it is better to kill it now then to lose good members over the arguments it creates.