Month: July 2018

Organo Gold’s Ganoderm Coffee: What is Ganoderm?

Used for centuries in traditional Asian medicine, the family of mushrooms known as Ganoderma or Reishi mushrooms have several benefits and drawbacks.

Originally classified late in the 1800s and existing all over the globe the Ganoderm mushroom has been used for the treatment of blood pressure, inflammation, to fight cancerous tumors, for stress and for help in digestion. It does these things through the presence of triterpenes and polysaccharides. These chemicals, found naturally in the mushrooms, have the benefits listed above. View Organo Gold’s profile on Amazon.com.

There may also be benefits to consuming the Ganoderm that haven’t been fully studied yet. The mushrooms may also help with liver function, the immune system, anti bacterial and cholesterol effects and others. Much of this Organo Gold research is still ongoing.

Ganoderma is a water-soluble mushroom which means that it does not need food to be broken down effectively by the human body. Though it can be found in pill or powder form it is often taken with a drink, commonly coffee. The mushroom does a bitter taste which some may find unpleasant, so the pill and powder forms exist as an alternative. Visit crunchbase.com to know more about Organo Gold.

The mushroom lives on wood, with the ability to break down said wood for nutrition. It has diversity in its environment being able to grow on both hardwood and coniferous trees. It is used and studied by industries outside of health care for possible use as a bioremediator or in pulping waste products cleanly.

There are some down sides to aware of as well. Ganoderma takes several days, at least, to build up in the human body so its effects can beging to take hold, meaning it is not an instant solution. It is also recommended that it be taken for no more than 3-6 months at a time as any more than this and it will lose its effectiveness after this amount of time.

It also may accelerate blood clotting and is not recommended for people taking blood thinners, even aspirin. It also may increase any bleeding that occurs in those who take it. And last, its effects have not been tested on pregnant or nursing women.

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Would You Pay To Access Facebook?

We’re so used to using WhatsApp and Facebook without any charge that it comes as a shock that the government in Uganda wants to tax users. Anyone who uses a messaging or social media platform, such as Twitter, will pay 200 Ugandan shillings per day, which is the equivalent of about five cents. Mobile money transactions will have a one percent tax as well.

Critics claim the tax is a way of quieting people who criticize the government, especially President Yoweri Museveni, while the finance minister claims that the money will go toward infrastructure updates, which includes making electricity more reliable, and free education and free healthcare.

The tax goes into effect in July, although, there is still no word on how the government will determine who is using social media and who is not on any given day. Reports suggest mobile phone operators will collect the tax. Critics on the social media tax claim that they already pay a tax on their data, so they will be taxed twice for visiting social media sites.

Uganda is not alone in trying to limit social media and private blogs; Tanzania charges online bloggers a license fee. Papua New Guinea plans to shut down citizen’s access to Facebook, in order to see how the population uses the platform. The government has not announced how they plan to study how the citizens use Facebook if Facebook is shut down.

The Maverick App Social Media Campaign

There are a lot of social media campaigns that are taking place online everyday. Right now one of the new social media campaigns that is being unveiled is a social media platform called Maverick. This was created by former Disney executives. It serves as a platform for young girls to communicate and empower themselves through expression. This app is designed for girls between the ages of 10 to 20.

This app comes at a perfect time because there is so much happening in the world today where female empowerment is taking on a shape of its own. There are women in leadership roles with dating apps like Bumble that was designed as a feminist dating app by entrepreneur Whitney Wolfe. There is a #me-too movement that has transformed the lives of women that were scared to speak about what they have been through.

There is a great amount of community action that is happening and this allows women to express themselves and really feel good about the skin that they are in.

Social media has become the best platform for anyone that wants to get the word out about something new. The television is something of an archaic form of communication when it comes to advertising these things. No one is going to watch television just to go to the internet if they are already on the internet. It is much easier for people to advertise through social media because most people check their various social media apps several times a day.

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