The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by Signified 07 Jan '13, 10:28
I'm pretty sure this question is way off topic - this site is technically for questions related to the semantic web and its customary to include a relevant acronym (SPARQL, RDF, OWL etc). (-1)
Anyways - back to linked data: you might find the traditional chinese medicine dataset useful - http://code.google.com/p/junsbriefcase/wiki/RDFTCMData the endpoints seem to be down so you might hav etc load it yourself and query for it's effects from there
Alternatively linkedlifedata.com has the concept of the green coffee bean ( http://linkedlifedata.com/resource/umls-concept/C1440481?generic=true ), but seems more concerned with its allernogenic effects - have a browse across it anyways.
If you are gettign cold feet on the whole semantic web method, give google.com a shot, there's an interestign post on green coffee beans here - http://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/index.php/dr-oz-and-green-coffee-beans-more-weight-loss-pseudoscience/ . But the hype seems to focu son 45% chlorogenic acid with some interst in caffeic acid, 3-4-5 caffeoylquinic acids and dicaffeolyquinic acids too
answered 07 Jan '13, 09:48