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I have a son named Amari. He is 8 years old and has autism. Although he is high functioning, he does struggle with or he did struggle with tantrums, attention span and very poor social and cognitive skills as well as bowel issues.
Back in June (2012) I was introduced to the hot chocolate and the supplements, the ganoderma pills and the excillium. I did my research on what it does for the brain and what it can do for the body.
So I started to give it to him and within the first week of hot cocoa consumption, I would say about two cups a day, I noticed a huge drop in his tantrums. This product has definitely impacted my son's life, his academics, his social skills. He is more outgoing. It has enhanced his moods. He is greeting people. He used to be a very cranky morning person. He is very, very bright and happy in the morning.
This herb has changed his life and, I believe, has taken his autism to another level. I'm a strong believer in this product. (Tiffany told us she took Amari off Ganoderma this January tosee if it was really making a difference. After 13 horrible days she put him back on and now they both say they are with Ganoderma for life!!!)
Tiffany is the founder and CEO of Calling All Mothers. Her website is simply callingallmothers.info.
I was born into the family of a Baptist preacher a long time ago. By the time I was 13, he had pastored 4 churches in Pennsylvania: Hilltown, Phillipsburg, Danville and Bristol.
When I was 13, Dad was invited to help establish churches with the Los Angeles Baptist City Mission Society. What a change that was! We were temporarily housed in a downtown LA apartment owned by the Society.
A gang member picked a fight with me at Hollenbeck Junior High the first day of school. Two months later we moved to Inglewood, a great place to live back then, and life became bearable again. However, the experience at Hollenbeck left me bitter and angry.
The summer before High School an encounter with the Lord Jesus at a camp in the mountains transformed me and four other students and I revived an on-campus Christian Fellowship. By the time we graduated, the group had grown to more than 350.
That experience changed the future course of my life. At BJU I joined a musical team with my trumpet and spent two summers on mission trips to Mexico and Guatemala. Read more on the About Page!