Can ganoderma coffee help with a multiple sclerosis diagnosis?

NO. Ganoderma coffee has no benefit in assisting MS or affecting course of disorder. The only real significant control of MS comes from use of potent medications, such as Tysabri (natalizumab) or Gilenya.
Alternative medicine. Alternative medicine touts this therapy, but there is not a single shred of evidence by a reputable source showing that ganoderma coffee helps with multiple sclerosis in any way. Consider the source when it is considered the next big thing.
YES and NO. Ganoderma is a powerful adaptogenic herb that helps the body in many ways this can indirectly help a diagnosis of MS by lessening some problems. It is not a cure for MS however. This is a powerful anti-inflammatory herb as well. For a search on this powerful herb go to www.Pubmed.Gov and search ganoderma; there are over 600 articles on its benefits www.Medacpc.Com.