Organo Gold is an international company that was founded back in 2008 by Bernardo Chua, a network marketer. This is a company that produces a range of quality goods such as tea, coffee, personal care items, and nutraceuticals that satisfies consumer’s divine lifestyles. The company actively operates in over 45 countries across the world. The company distributes its products to consumers via its independent Distributor network, and it’s Coffee Connoisseur Club in Canada and the United States. The company is dedicated to a task of bringing the earth’s treasures to the world by providing quality products to the people. Read more at PRNewswire about Organo Gold.
Organo Gold sponsors the OG Cares Foundation which is a non-profit making association. The Foundation encourages young people by providing them with opportunities to become productive people in the community. The company also plays a significant role globally by providing and promoting coffee alternatives as healthy products. The company has been growing greatly since 2010 all over the world mostly in the United States, Europe, and Canada. The company continues to grow because it uses the multi-level compensation plan. Organo Gold is also available at amazon.com.
Organo Gold uses Ganoderma Lucidum herb which is their dominant ingredient. The Ganoderma Lucidum herb is a mushroom mostly used in China for its therapeutic properties. The Ganoderma Lucidum herb has a wellness component which contributes to the health benefits of coffee. Drinking of coffee helps reduce the risk of dying from some diseases such as stroke, cancer diabetes, kidney disease and heart diseases. The health benefits have been studied for long, and coffee drinkers have been seen claiming that drinking coffee may lead to one living longer lives. Some of the Americans have been examined, and coffee was connected with a lower risk of death due to the diseases mentioned above in Japanese Americans, whites, African-Americans and Latinos. A study that was also carried out in Europe showed that those who drank more than a few cups of coffee in a day had a lower risk of death than those who did not.