Business Opportunity

We'd love to have you join our team! Once you've had an opportunity to review the information we've provided here, please contact us. We'll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have, or provide you with further information about this opportunity.


What's New:

New products released

demo New products are released periodically, but at least annually. As they become available, we'll announce them here. The latest products to become available, are Black Ice, an instant iced tea with 100% Certified Organic Ganoderma, Organic Red Tea, in tea bags with Cordyceps and 100% Certified Organic Ganoderma, and Velvet, a skin lotion with 100% Certified Organic Ganoderma, which is absorbed transdermally. Visit our catalog page to order.

Updated: November 1, 2012

Current News:

American Dream Shrinks

― Net Worth Plunges 40% from 2007-2010

demoThe Daily Ticker. June 12, 2012 A recent Federal Reserve survey, shows a shocking 40% decline, from 2007-2010, in the average net worth of U.S. households, and reduced wages as well. The wealthiest 10% of Americans saw an increase in their net worth, during the same period. (Read full-text here)

America's Retirement System

― DIY System Failing

The Daily Ticker. August 6, 2012 75% of Americans nearing retirement have less than $30,000 in their retirement accounts in 2010. Poorest Americans in the 50-to-64 age bracket average only $16,034 in retirement savings. The "do-it-yourself" pension system aka 401(k) plans are to blame. Humans simply can't anticipate the future. (Read full-text here)

Updated: November 1, 2012

Recent Events:

"Newly" launched OG Show

demo OG has updated its multimedia web site, OG Show, with new features & videos. Check it out!

Updated: November 1, 2012

Retail Profits

Buy wholesale. Sell retail.

The foundation & purpose of any business is to make a profit from the sale of a product or service.

In this business opportunity, you will be marketing "healthy" beverage, nutraceutical & personal care products, infused with a natural herbal supplement.

You will purchase the products at wholesale, sell them at retail & thus earn & keep the profits.

Participation in this business opportunity requires an "active" membership as an Authorized Independent Distributor.


Fast Track Bonus

Sponsorship Bonus

As an Authorized Independent Distributor, you are part of a team, and as such, you have the opportunity to build your own team & organization.

When you enroll a "new" Authorized Independent Distributor, they will have the opportunity to "Jump Start" their own business & rank, buy purchasing one of three "Promotional Builder Packs." Depending upon the pack level purchased (establishing their initial rank), you earn a "Fast Track Bonus" of either $20, $80 or $150, which is then paid directly to your account weekly, with no limit to your potential earnings.


Residual Earnings

The "Long-Term"

The "life-blood" of any business, is sustained revenue. Continuing earnings from bonuses & commissions, resulting from reorders & qualifying product purchase volume of the binary "down-line" members of the organization you have meticulously built, will then provide you with a sustained stream of revenue.


If not this, then what? ― If not now, then when?

Our lessons from James Smith

Throughout our nearly 5-year association & partnership with Mr. James M. Smith, we've come to learn, that "economic survival" is dependent upon "multiple sources & streams of consistent income," no matter what the state of the economy. When the economy is "bad," the opportunities are better & more abundant, then when the economy is "good."

This isn't "Earth-shattering" news, most "Baby-boomers" have known this for a half century & more. Even during the "good times" of the '60s, the inflationary spiral was eating-up any gains being made, and inadequate national economic policies were consistently making it worse. The federal government was blaming the business sector ― the business sector was blaming labor ― labor was blaming inadequate national economic policy, and the "blame-game" has gone on for 50 years.

Not "anti-business," just "anti-vulture capitalism"

Recently, a comment that "America is anti-business," is grossly inaccurate and simply "false." America isn't anti-business, it's simply "anti-vulture capitalism." That is to say, no matter where the goodsVulture Chart and services come from, if the American wage-earner doesn't have enough income to spend, then they can't spend it. When employment isn't at its full potential, because of "off-shoring" or exportation of jobs to third-world countries, to reduce labor & manufacturing costs, American consumers simply don't have the available dollars to spend, in a consumer "demand-based," economy.

Average Net Worth Falls 40% From 2007-2010

A recent online article, published June 12, 2012, on The Daily Ticker, (Read full-text here), its author, Stacy Curtin notes, that between 2007 & 2010, the height of America's financial "melt-down," the average net worth of U.S. middle class family households, according to a Federal Reserve study, showed a shocking decline of approximately 40%, adjusted for inflation, from $126,400, down to $77,300, three-quarters of which, not surprisingly, was due to falling home prices, and that's just middle class family households.

Average Income Drops In Just Three Years

What was surprising, in Curtin's piece, and the fed survey, was that overall net worth fell to levels not seen since the early 1990s. Nearly 18 years of savings were wiped away, in just 3 years, and at the same time, average per-capita wages also fell from approximately $50,000 in 2007, to $46,000 in 2010.

One result of this economic downturn, it that more Americans are delaying retirement, because they simply can't afford it.

America's Retirement System Failing Us

Not for the reasons that some would have us believe, but America's "golden years" may not be so golden after all.

Morgan Korn, in an online piece published August 6, 2012, on The Daily Ticker, (Read full-text here), reports that "75% of Americans nearing retirement age, had less than $30,000 in their retirement savings accounts in 2010. For the poorest Americans, in the 50-to-64 age bracket, the average amount saved for retirement was only $16,034."

How this basically translates, is that the "do-it-yourself" philosophy of the current pension system ― aka 401(k) plans ― that led the '70s & '80s pension revolution, and began replacing traditional pension packages over 30 years ago, mistakenly assumed that individuals, most of whom had little or no investment experience, could "reap the same results as professional investors and money managers," according to Teresa Ghilarducci, a professor economics at The New School, who published her scholarly argument in a recent New York Times Op-Ed (Read full-text here).

While not blaming individuals for being irresponsible, or failing to plan well, or even for not having an adequate enough level of financial literacy, Ghilarducci puts that blame squarely on a philosophy & system that is dependent on what human beings simply aren't capable of ― "anticipating the future!" For individuals planning to retire, 8 times their annual income (20 times, if possible) would be required the maintain their current living standards. That means for individuals currently earning $100,000 annually at retirement, at least $2 million or more, would be required to sustain their current standard of living, based on today's economy.

So where do you stand? How will you survive economically.

If not this, then what? If not now, then when?




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