Changing Lives, One Cup at a Time

February STARs

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Rita A., US
Andrea C., US
Roxi L., US
Erwin S., US
Christian J., US
Fevrina S., US
Belen G., US
Demar D., US
Lily B., US
Lysette M., Philippines
Cherrie F., US
Heather C., US
Dulce B., US
Helen L., Philippines
Mary Ann T., US
Travis W., US
Andrew B., US
Virginia M., US
Reminda D., Philippines
Mary Jane J., Philippines
Caridad M., US
Maria B., Philippines
Grace T., Philippines
Beacon G., Philippines
Analita P., Canada
Bedi B., US
Erika V., US
Raquel P., US
Glaiza B., US
Geneth B., Philippines
Rukaiya D., Philippines
Irene R., US
Gypsy G., Philippines
Virginia C., US
Michelle P., US
April O., US
Brendalyn U., US
Dyan E., US
Alan D., US
Paul & Jennifer A., US
Bonnie P., US
Lachelle A., Canada
Phonesanith T., US
Sioco J., Philippines
Lee B., US
Madeline S., Great Brittan
James L., US
Peter T., US
Diana S., US
Clara C., US
Sanh N., US
Tricia S., US
Belinda Z., Canada
Jovita B., US
Chloe K., US
Scott L., US
Felicia C., US
Veronica B., Italy
Joseph J., Philippines
Shaira N., Philippines
Raquel B., US
Mark C., US
Jarret C., US
Jasmine & Nicolas T., US
Nilda G., US
Julia A., Philippines
Adoracion A., Philippines
Connie D., US
Myrna S., Philippines
Kaycee A., Canada
Anarica M., Philippines
Roben A., Philippines
Florence A., US
Mario M., US
Sharaz S., US
Daryl G., Philippines
Maria B., Philippines
Mel M., Philippines
Genia C., Philippines
Rhee C., Philippines
Mariela C., US
Jennie C., US
Sabrina S., US
Haydie V., US
Penny K., US
Arian V., US
Beverley R., US
Bianca F., US
Christina Y., US
Moses T., US
Sarah S., US
Billy C., US
Kayla B., US
Prudence P., Great Brittan
Matthew M., US
Roan T., US
Jimmy K., US
Donna D., US
Nora B., US
Maria R., US
James B., US
Samantha M., US
Tanya B., Philippines
Maria B., US
Rhea A., US
Lawrence W., US
Marilyn Y., US
Francisco E., US
John T., US
Mariarebecca A., US
Roque C., US
Larissa M., US
Samuel B., US
Jen W., US
Bernadette D., Philippines
Vivian L., US
Rosa S., US
Sylvia G., US
John M., US
Maria E., US
Molly M., US
Jenifer S., US
Melanie B., Philippines
Harper R., US
Juliet L., US
Geraldine M., US
Julia C., US
Ian P., Philippines
Zaldy D., Philippines
Litsa An., Canada
Marietta G., Philippines
Marvin C., US
Andrew G., US
Leonor D., Philippines
Latilde S., Philippines
Kykee L., US
Ana V., Canada
Emilia J., US
Jennifer C., US
Terri L., US
Mae R., Philippines
Janathan R., Philippines
Mark N., Philippines
Steve M., US
Michelle S., Philippines
Elaine D., US
Jason C., US
Jennifer M., Philippines
Japar S., Philippines
Bennie S., US
Ava S., US
Reuben A., US
Glenda T., US
Jerry S., US
Carina B., US
Maria C., US
Lorenzo T., US
Manolito I., US
Rowena F., US
Analiza T., Philippines
Janette P., Philippines
Daisy G., Philippines
Amira H., US
Francis C., US
Sarah E., Great Brittan
Juliaty K., US
Fe C., US
Odessa C., US
Mayvellyn B., Philippines
Jacob S., US
Liza G., US
Ana D., US
Bev C., US
Vasile M., US
Desiree S., Italy
Renee U., Philippines
Dennis D., Philippines
Carlos P., US
Allan M., Philippines
Marissa M., US
Stella M., US
Tom S., US
Jennet S., US
Carmelita A., Philippines
Avnit G., US
Melody C., US
Dave T., US
Bradford & Ana S., US
Winston F., US
Clarissa R., Philippines
Donovan A., US
Girlie G., Canada
Jennifer D., Philippines
Gemma S., US
Florence C., US
Dee E., US
Esmeralda S., US
Jenny J., Philippines
Teodosia V., US
Lynn C., US
Erika P., US
Jaishree C., US
Tiffany W., US
Marie T., US
Steve P., US
Kariz E., Philippines
Nellie B., Philippines
Parminder M., US
Amelia B., Philippines
Esmira B., US
Joselito Philippines
Rosemarie H., US
Jovan B., Canada
Michele M., US
Mario A., US
Edelyn G., US
Silveria A., US
Tron S., Norway
Mal R., US
Jennifer D., Philippines
Gemma S., US
Florence C., US
Dee E., US
Esmeralda S., US
Jenny J., Philippines
Teodosia V., US
Lynn C., US
Erika P., US
Jaishree C., US
Tiffany W., US
Marie T., US
Steve P., US
Kariz E., Philippines
Nellie B., Philippines
Parminder M., US
Amelia B., Philippines
Esmira B., US
Joselito Philippines
Rosemarie H., US
Jovan B., Canada
Michele M., US
Mario A., US
Edelyn G., US
Silveria A., US
Tron S., Norway
Mal R., US
Jordan S., US
Norma V., US
Cernan R., Philippines
Christian Q., US
Gemma B., Canada
Mia M., US
Maricor D., US
Diosalyn P., Philippines
Janisse P., US
Norlita S., US
Calvin L., US
Karen C., US
Jethro L., US
Rusille A., US
Rita M., US
Tiffany T., US
Marc L., Canada
Edwin C., US
Narcisa A., US
Avnher S., Philippines
Ana M., Philippines
Evelyn F., US
Maria A., Philippines
Anat A., Philippines
Lenn R.,
Maling T., US
Joana I., US
Rocio B., US
Nora S., US
Rodolfo B., United Kingdom
Hermenegilda S., US
Eunice G., Philippines
Jennifer P., US
Nelyn M., US
Myrna P., Canada
Buatista B., US
Melanie B., US
Justin R., US
Jam M., Philippines
Guevara L., US
Jesus G., US
Joyce A., US
Amy E., US
Dietrie Y., US
Amanda S., US
Fica M., US
Jill E., US
Eulogia M., US
Isabelita S., US
Eloisa L., US
Jenniffer R., Philippines
Ion A., US
Niki C., US

 


January STAR Builders

STAR is the key building block in Javita and by building STARs, Members are on their way to success.

Each of the Members below enrolled a Member who achieved STAR in the month of January.

CONGRATULATIONS to our January STAR Builders!

The number in the parentheses () indicates the amount of STARs created.

Merriam L., US (5)
Eugene B., US (4)
Norma G., US (4)
Ronald & Jeannie G., US (3)
Nympha G., US (3)
Jamuel O., US (3)
Jonathan P., US (3)
Theodore T., US (3)
Vilda A., US (3)
Rita S., US (3)
Sathiya G., US (3)
Eddie M., US (3)
Myla S., PH (3)
Virginia A., US (3)
Robert C., PH (3)
Arcadio B., PH (3)
Al & Marlyn B., CA (3)
Nancy G., US (3)
Cherilyn C., CA (2)
Maria S., GB (2)
Maria O., PH (2)
John D., US (2)
Christina B., US (2)
Roda A., US (2)
Michelle Y., PH (2)
Joan De J., PH (2)
David G., US (2)
Ronald N., US (2)
Wendell C., PH (2)
Beatrice G., PH (2)
Beatriz F., PH (2)
Kimon L., US (2)
Rhodanette G., US (2)
Rowell R., CA (2)
Bruce K., US (2)
David M., US (2)
Teresa M., IE (2)
Florabel T., US (2)
Bernardita P., US (2)
Carl Z., US (2)
Gordon S., US (2)
Gilbert D., US (2)
Armando F., US (2)
Resurreccion A., US (2)
Teofil B., US (2)
John C., US (2)
Shalom A., NL (2)
Elnor B.,US (2)
Aimee & Luke S., US (2)
Linda M., US (2)
Arnold D., PH (2)
Irene P., PH (2)
Jerome V., US (2)
Maria C., US (2)
Vanessa L., US (2)
Abe Flam US (2)
Danilo L., CA (2)
Charlyne M., US (2)
Nancy M., US (2)
Jorge L., US
Pamela D., US
Elizabeth M., US
Katruska C., US
Rosanno B., PH
Juanita L., CA
Alfredo De L., US
Liberty O., US
Angela A., US
Carmen T., PH
Margarita C., PH
Michelle O., IT
Felma T., US
Marylou M., US
Marilyn S., PH
Rose M., US
Bernadette G., US
Imelda T., US
Gwendolyn M., PH
Jesusa P., US
Arabelle T., US
Loreta B., US
Anna L., US
Shawna E., US
Elvie K., US
Angel L., PH
Lyn R., PH
Cora C., US
Jasmin A., PH
Joyce F., US
Andrew T., US
Lori B., CA
Christopher R., PH
Seamus S., US
Maria V., GB
Marianne A., PH
Abigayl B., US
Carmi F., PH
Rosan A., PH
Claudia & Ricky B., US
Renee J., PH
Jocelyn A., US
Neptunette L., US
Maricar R., CA
Grace M., PH
Melecia L., IT
Dionaleen C., US
Jesus B., PH
Wilma G., CA
Belen L., US
Christian D., US
Merly T., US
Dorcas M., US
Carla F., US
Dawn B., US
Lissa L., US
Marichelle D., US
Edna P., US
Willie F., CA
Josephine P., US
Diana E., US
Lydia A., US
Charlita E., PH
Denise G., PH
Kathleen C., PH
Felita A., US
Marilou A., PH
Charmaine S., PH
Patti W., US
Concepcion L., US
Lourdes R., PH
Jon R., US
Alexis M., US
Johnny M., US
Ace R., PH
Ngindi S., US
Nancy T., PH
Michael B., PH
Thanh L., US
Marra N., PH
Debi W., PH
King L., US
Anarea R., US
Liliana F., US
Buzz & Jennifer B., US
Grace C., US
Henry W., US
Maryjo H., US
Marissa C., US
Romeo Q., US
Maria De L., US
Kyla S., US
Imelda O., US
Rosemarie H., US
Delma H., US
Felipe C., CA
Aurora P., US
Brenda H., US
Ramil R., PH
Ilyn A., PH
Ruby V., PH
Marc Y., PH
Carmela H., US
Joaquin De G., US
Carmen H., US
Cherryl A., PH
Catherine C., PH
Pinky S., CA
Jocelyn M., GB
Anthony E., US
Laviniu B., US
Susana D., PH
Zilda E., PH
Katrina R., PH
Paz A., US
Tom B., US
Annabelle W., US
Darwin P., PH
Erlinda R., PH
Edgar A., PH
Celestine C., US
Cleofe R., US
Edmond T., PH
Sheila C., US
Mary R., US
Renato L., US
Marie D., US
Misty A., US
Maria C., US
Clyde H., US
Maria A., US
Teotimo S., US
Cheryl B., US
Rosita L., US
Stela B., US
Girlie T., PH
Angelica C., US
Charma R., US
Karizza & Eugenio A., US
Teresa R., US
Jowell & Ophelia O., US
Ron & Carina C., US
Cresencia G., US
Adela E., US
Zeny Z., CA
Embry E., US
Juana T., US
Florita B., PH
Godofredo B., US
Katie H., US
William E., US
Joseph G., PH
Erika De G., US
Maritess O., PH
Elaine T., US
Dominador O., CA
Holly B., US
Jessica D., US
Florence A., US
Jun & Jo L., US
Amelie P., PH
Stephanie B., US
Phil B., US
Cristy S., PH
Rebecca S., US
Lualhati C., US
Norma V., US
Mary D., US
Xu E., US
Rosalinda S., US
Melody P., PH
Jordan O., US
Jasmin R., PH
Edna D., US
Aileen T., PH
Francia E., PH
Federico C., US
Danilo Z., PH
Concesa G., IT
Marry P., PH
Marie T., US
Bernel N., US
Jiel R., US
Ria R., US
Ambrosita V., US
Sue G., US
Joselito A., PH
Marie C., US
Domingo A., US
Ramon J., PH
Anne C., PH
Raymond D., US
Rey D., US
Shirley B., US
Aniwenda V., US
Maria E., US
Rosanne C., PH
Aimee G., US
Merna H., CA
Joseph M., US
Therese T., PH
Joel D., PH
Michelle M., PH
Deborah S., US
Mika E., US
Yoren L., US
Jaylin C., US
Erin R., US
Jamie B.,PH

Herbal Remedies Showing Promise for Sufferers of ADD and ADHD

Parents and professionals faced with the challenging task of treating ADD and ADHD in children commonly face an unfortunate situation in which behavior problems at home and/or school have placed yet another pressure to opt for medication as the primary treatment.

There is little doubt that the majority of these ‘medicated’ children will have benefits in their attention span, behavior, and other components of their disorder. And yet, the benefits of medication come with built-in risks from misdiagnosis, side effects, abuse, and unforeseen long-term complications.

Although complementary and alternative therapies have shown promise in treating ADD and ADHD, the task of matching the patient to the most appropriate of these therapies remains elusive to many parents who have explored the options, as well as professionals. Many treating physicians are waiting for better studies, and conventional standards, to help establish appropriate treatment protocols. The use of herbal medicine in the treatment of ADHD is of high interest to many families and professionals looking for alternatives to drug therapy. This interest has no doubt heightened in recent years due to problematic and near epidemic proportion use of stimulants in children.

The following review of an alarming trend to medicate ever-increasing numbers of school- and pre-school age children will help serve to emphasize the need for greater research into natural alternative treatments.

Conventional pharmaceutical treatment for ADD/ADHD commonly includes methylphenidate or amphetamine substances that have the highest abuse potential and dependence profile of all drugs that have medical utility. According to statistical records, the production of methylphenidate by the drug manufacturers in the world has increased by more than 500 percent since 1991. The production of amphetamine has increased by over 2,000 percent in the same nine-year period of time. More than 50 percent of the methylphenidate and amphetamine prescriptions are written by pediatricians. Ayurveda, which means “life sciences” in Sanskrit, is a holistic system of Indian medicine that evolved between 3000 and 5000 years ago. It is becoming more and more popular in the India and abroad and is still used by the majority of people in India to treat a variety of health problems, because not only is it time-tested for its safety and effectiveness, it is accessible and inexpensive.

Bacopa monniera-named Brahmi in the Ayurvedic texts, probably for Lord Brahma, the Hindu creator of the world and originator of Ayurveda-is recognized as a powerful brain enhancer.1 It is still considered to be the greatest herb in Ayurveda for treating age-related mental decline, as well as for improving cognitive processes, including comprehension, memory and recall. It also enhances the crucial coordination of these three aspects of mental functioning, and helps increase one’s ability to solve problems

Although people in India, especially ayurvedic physicians, knew about Brahmi’s benefits thousands of years ago, new research is emerging. The trails have resulted in establishing that this long treasured herb, besides possessing antioxidant properties, also has the amazing ability to facilitate learning and enhance memory and concentration.

Ayurvedic tests describe Brahmi as medhya, a medicine that braces the mind to carry cognitive functions and intellectual pursuits. But ancient authors seem to believe that the healing effects of Brahmi extend far beyond mind and brain. Brahmi is not only a memory-booster and intellect-promoting herb; it is also a muscle relaxant, an anti-convulsant, a blood purifier, and an anti-pyretic, carminative and digestive agent.

Though Brahmi is beneficial for maintaining the tridoshic balance, ayurvedic physicians believe it to be the drug of choice for counteracting the vitiated vata dosha — the factor which governs the nervous system. Brahmi is known for its salutary effect in anxiety, depression, hypertension, sleeplessness, mental retardation, insanity and hysteria.

Acharya Chakradutta has written that Brahmi is beneficial in all types of epilepsy. Ancient texts describe the use of Brahmi in a number of other disorders like biliousness, ulcers, splenomegaly, asthma, skin diseases and in general and senile debility. Brahmi enhances the mind’s ability to learn and concentrate. As it simultaneously calms and invigorates the mind, it is a very good medicine for reducing the effects of stress and nervous anxiety.

It also helps maintain the clarity of thought and has proved effective in treating ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) in hyperactive children, and age-related mental disorders in old persons.

In a double-blind, randomized trial conducted at the Department of Pediatrics, BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur, India, 19 ADHD children, aged 8-10 years old, were given 50 mg. of Bacopa twice daily. 17 ADHD children received a placebo. After 12 weeks of treatment, the children took a battery of specialized tests. The data revealed a significant improvement in the areas of sentence repetition, logical memory, and pair-associative learning (matching things that go together; e.g., “test” and “grade”) in all 19 children who took Bacopa. Evaluation did not occur until four weeks after stopping Bacopa usage, indicating that it had a lasting effect.5

Now, thanks to this study and other numerous studies conducted by the Central Drug Institute (CDRI) in Lucknow, India, it is being introduced to the rest of the world and tested by scientists outside of India, who have found that Bacopa:

  • Increases mental agility and alertness
  • Improves memory
  • Increases ability to learn new information and skills
  • Calms the mind, while promoting relaxation
  • Improves academic performance
  • Helps concentration and focus

According to scientists at the CDRI, a number of compounds have been identified in Bacopa, including bacosides A and B, two chemicals that improve the transmission of impulses between nerve cells in the brain. These bacosides regenerate synapses and repair damaged neurons, making it easier to learn and remember new information. Bacopa also increases serotonin levels, a neurotransmitter that promotes relaxation.7

Additionally, a recent study at the University of Catania, Italy found that Bacopa’s antioxidants have a protective effect on human DNA fibroblasts (connective tissue cells), suggesting that this Ayurvedic herb may be useful in the treatment of diseases in which free radicals play a key role.8 We all know that an optimal level of nitric oxide (NO) is important. This is because NO is a key mediator in many body functions, most notably cardiovascular health and circulation. However, like most good things, too much nitric oxide can be as dangerous as too little. There is growing evidence that excessive concentrations of nitric oxide (NO), generated within overly activated brain cells, might be involved in a variety of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease and epilepsy. A rodent study of brain cells exposed to toxic levels of nitric oxide showed that Bacopa inhibited the DNA damage that occurs in these diseases, suggesting that it may be significant in preventing/or treating them.12

Ayurvedic texts describe three aspects of mental ability: dhi (the power of acquisition or learning), dhriti, (the power of retention), and smriti (the ability to recall). When the three mental functions are not in balance, either individually or in their coordination with one another, then learning problems can crop up. Children who have learning problems often feel like failures in school, which leads to frustration and low self-esteem.

When these three mental functions are coordinated, then the child’s memory is quick and bright. If impurities (ama) are obstructing the channels of communication between these three functions, then not only learning problems but behavioral problems can begin. The high incidence of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in this country is a prime example of a learning/behavioral problem for millions of children. According to a study in Advanced Pediatrics, the frequency of ADHD among school children has been estimated to be as high as 20 percent.

To understand how Bacopa monniari can help nourish the memory and attention span in children, it’s important to understand the three subdoshas involved in memory. These are Prana Vata, which governs the brain, sensory perception, and the mind; Sadhaka Pitta, which governs the emotions and their effect on the functions of the heart; and Tarpaka Kapha, which governs the spinal fluids, sinus cavities, and sensory organs. In ayurveda, three types of imbalances of the mind are described, and each is associated with a different subdosha. We can correlate diminished learning ability combined with a hyperactive mind, with a breakdown in Prana Vata. A disturbance in Sadhaka Pitta is associated with a learning imbalance that carries over from childhood into adolescence and young adulthood — the Pitta time of life. And imbalances in Tarpaka Kapha correlate with problems with learning that occur without hyperactivity involved.

Two chemicals in bacopa, bacosides A and B, improve the transmission of impulses between nerve cells in your brain. These bacosides regenerate synapses and repair damaged neurons, making it easier for you to learn and remember new things. Bacopa also increases level of serotonin, a brain chemical known to promote relaxation. The herb’s ability to boost brain function while reducing anxiety may explain why it helps treat ADHD.

An unpublished double-blind study conducted in India in 1998 examined bacopa’s effects on 8- to 10-year-old children with ADHD. In it, 19 children took 100 mg of the herb daily while 17 took a placebo. After 12 weeks, those who used the herb performed significantly better on learning tests than the placebo group.

The texts mention that Brahmi is both medhya and hridya, meaning that it supports both the heart and the mind. A study in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology shows that Brahmi improved acquisition, retention and delayed extinction of newly acquired behavior in rats. Bacopa apparently provides a specialized cleansing and repair system for our nervous system. Its “memory chemicals” are unique saponins known as bacosides. Saponins are natural detergents present in many plants and are commonly used in soaps because of their foaming action. They help flush out damaging chemicals, such as free radicals and excess cholesterol, from the body, protecting molecules such as DNA from damage. The key ones in bacopa, bacoside A and B, are a mixture of saponins that further serve to repair damaged nerve cell connections by aiding protein synthesis, thereby allowing nerves to transmit signals more effectively. The bacosides, combined with many other chemicals in the plant — such as useful alkaloids, sterols and flavonoids — provide a well-stocked cache of brain and nerve foods to boost learning and memory.

The main feature of this ailment is a loss of nerve-cell function in the brain’s hippocampus, and animal studies indicate bacosides have antioxidant activity in the hippocampus as well as the frontal cortex and striatum. This suggests they may help protect the integrity of the brain’s nerve cells in these regions and perhaps deter the onset or development of the disease.

  1. Singh HK, Dhawan BN. Neuropsychopharmacological effects of the Ayurvedic nootropic Bacopa monniera Linn. (Brahmi). Indian J Pharmacol 1997;29(5):S359-65.
  2. Channa S, Dar A, Yaqoob M, Anjum S, Sultani Z, Atta-ur-Rahman. Bronchovasodilatory activity of fractions and pure constituents isolated from Bacopa monniera. J Ethnopharmacol. 2003 May; 86(1): 27-35
  3. Goel RK, Sairam K, Babu MD, Tavares IA, Raman A. In vitro evaluation of Bacopa monniera on anti-Helicobacter pylori activity and accumulation of prostaglandins. Phytomedicine. 2003; 10(6-7): 523-7.
  4. Sairam K, Rao CV, Babu MD, Goel RK. Prophylactic and curative effects of Bacopa monniera in gastric ulcer models. Phytomedicine. 2001 Nov; 8(6): 423-30.
  5. Negi KS, Singh YD, Kushwaha KP, Rastogi CK, Rathi AK, Srivastava JS, Asthana OP, Gupta RC, Lucknow G. “Clinical evaluation of memory enhancing properties of Memory Plus in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.” Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 2000 Apr; 42(2) Supplement
  6. Stough C, Lloyd J, Clarke J, Downey LA, Hutchison CW, Rodgers T, Nathan The chronic effects of an extract of Bacopa monniera (Brahmi) on cognitive function in healthy human subjects. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 2001 Aug;156(4):481-4 7.
  7. Rastogi S, Pal R, Kulshreshtha DK. Bacoside A3 – a triterpenoid saponin from Bacopa monniera. Phytochemistry 1994 May;36(1):133-7. Russo A, Izzo AA, Borrelli F, Renis M, Vanella A. Free radical scavenging capacity and protective effect of Bacopa monniera L. on DNA damage. Phytother Res. 2003 Sep; 17(8): 870-5.
  8. Singh HK, Dhawan BN. Effect of Bacopa monniera Linn. (brahmi) extract on avoidance responses in the rat. J Ethnopharmacol 1982;5:205-14.
  9. Bhattacharya SK, Bhattacharya A, Kumar A, Ghosal S. Antioxidant activity of Bacopa monniera in rat frontal cortex, striatum and hippocampus. Phytother Res. 2000 May; 14(3): 174-9.
  10. Singh RH, Singh L. Studies on the anti-anxiety effect of the medyha rasayana drug, Brahmi (Bacopa monniera Wettst). Part 1. J Res Ayur Siddha 1980;1:133-48.

Are You Our Next Emerging Leader?

Will you be Javita’s next emerging leader?

We are looking for 15 of our rising stars to join us at our Emerging Leaders Summit, which will be held in Boca Raton, Fl — coming July 2015!

Select Members will enjoy an all-expense-paid weekend in sunny South Florida with Javita’s corporate team.

This invite only event will be based on executive review and will be extended to Supervisors, Managers and Directors.

Qualification Period: January 1 – May 31

Criteria:

  • Personal enrollments
  • STAR conversion percentage
  • Organizational volume growth
  • Team spirit
  • Exhibited desire to lead in accordance with the values and philosophies of the Company
  • Registered and attendance at key events
  • Participation on conference call and at events

Click here to download the Emerging Leaders flyer.


Javita Pays Out $250,000 In Extra Bonuses

AS SEEN IN BUSINESS FOR HOME:

Javita recently handed out $250,000 in extra bonuses to its Members as a part of its Million Dollar Madness: Fall 2014 Incentive promotion.

Members knew the Million Dollar Madness Initiative would be unlike anything they’d ever seen before, when it began with $10,000 cash handed out randomly to introduce the launch at Javita’s First National Convention in August 2014. News of the Fall 2014 Incentive followed — promising up to $50,000 to new Members and their enrollers, who advanced in rank by December 2014.

About 70 Members took home a share of $250,000 during Javita’s STAR Success Seminars held in New Jersey and Las Vegas in January. Javita’s Million Dollar Madness earners achieved success through their hard work, perseverance, passion and leadership.

“When we came up with the Million Dollar Madness promotion, our goal was to give away up to $1 million in incentives, trips and bonuses before the next National Convention this summer in Las Vegas,” said Javita’s President & CEO Stan Cherelstein. “Our growth is directly related to our Members’ efforts and this is a way that we can give back to those who deserve it the most.”

Javita recently announced their Million Dollar Madness: Spring 2015 Incentive, which will reward newly enrolled Members who achieve and maintain one of the qualifying ranks during the qualification period ending April 30. Those who earn the Spring 2015 Incentive will receive their bonuses in May 2015.

About Javita

Javita, with global headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida, is a company committed to enhancing the lives of millions of people by bringing together two great industries – coffee and direct selling. Javita offers unique, great tasting products and an incredible business opportunity that can enhance people’s lives – one cup at a time.

The company has offices and warehouses in North America, Europe and Asia and does business in more than 30 countries globally. Millions of people already have coffee in their life, Javita gives you coffee for your life.


Members Kick Off 2015 with Javita’s STAR Success Seminars

Javita started 2015 with its triumphant debut of the STAR Success Seminars (SSS) in Woodbridge, NJ and Las Vegas, NV, bringing corporate executives and industry leaders together with hundreds of Members to learn how to build and grow a thriving business.

“I’ve never seen a group of people who are more passionate about their commitment to helping people change and shape their lives,” said Bob Ulrich, Javita’s Vice President of Leadership Development.

The events provided leadership training from Ulrich and some of Javita’s top leaders, outlining the company’s vision, ‘Changing Lives’, and emphasizing the importance of following Javita’s straight forward business system: Prepare, Share, Party. “These events are all designed to inspire! We are here to fill your cups with knowledge and skills that will build your business tremendously. It will create momentum for yourself and for your teams,” Ulrich said to the audience.

The STAR Success Seminars started on the East Coast on January 17 and ended on the West Coast on January 24 — nearly 1,000 attendees came from all over North America. The crowd fed off of the high energy and engaging presentations throughout the events. Members said they left with the information and tools they need to become the next big leaders in Javita.

“This Star Success Seminar was absolutely phenomenal! I left this event and I am still reeling with excitement from where we are as a company, and even more with what is yet to come,” said Natasha Johnson of Lake Elsinore, CA. “Javita has really put all the key elements in place and truly made this opportunity to change your health and wealth attainable for everyone! The training, networking, best practices and incentives are out of this world! Thank you Javita!”

Javita’s top earners took to the stage to share their experiences and knowledge. Blue Diamond leaders Bill & Dawn Ball trained Members on how to ‘Launch Your New Members Properly.’ Next, Royal Blue Diamond David Feinstein took to the stage to share with Members the ‘Importance of Understanding Your WHY.’ Black Diamond Andrea Gebhardt pumped up the crowd with her fiery energy as she talked about ‘How to Host a Successful Party.’ Royal Blue Diamond Tom Bowman excited the crowd when he spoke about ‘Developing Leaders in Your Organization.’ And, Black Diamond John Haremza closed the events with his discussion on ‘Developing Yourself as a Leader.’

There were two Diamond panels, which covered the topics: ‘Fortune is in The Follow Up’ and ‘Moving Towards a Positive Decision,’ and a Rising Star panel that included groups of Javita Members who are growing their businesses at a rapid pace. During this segment, the Emerging Leaders Summit, which will be held in Boca Raton, FL in July 2015 was announced.

Perhaps one of the most exciting parts of the seminars was the unveiling of the winners of the Million Dollar Madness: Fall 2014 Incentive, where about 70 Members took home a share of $250,000 for advancing and maintaining rank during August 1 – November 30, 2014. The audience got even more excited when they learned that Javita is continuing its’ mission to give away one million dollars in bonuses, trips and incentives with the Million Dollar Madness: Spring 2015 Incentive, which is currently underway.

Each seminar wrapped up at the ‘Javita Lounge’, where Members got to mix and mingle, and share their stories and accomplishments with each other. Most, who haven’t already, got the opportunity to meet and speak to Javita’s President & CEO Stan Cherelstein.

The sold-out events were designed to help new and existing Members learn how to explode their businesses, become successful entrepreneurs, and continue on the path of Javita’s remarkable success and incredible growth. “Our momentum is unstoppable,” said Cherelstein. “This is just the beginning for us. We have great plans for you and the future of this company. You haven’t seen anything yet.”

Here are a few final thoughts from those who attended the event:

“People were floored by this event. If we take this momentum back to our teams all over the country, the sky’s the limit to what we can do. Next stop is our Super Saturday events in April, then our convention in August in Vegas! Javita’s on fire!” — Dawn & Bill Ball, Sarasota, FL

“The Success Seminar was a ‘game-changer’ event! Being in a room filled with so many amazing people determined to achieve goals and change lives is priceless. The energy was unbelievable, so powerful. I realized that going to major events like this is absolutely crucial and the BEST investment you can make for yourself and for your organization. It’s not every day you’re offered an opportunity like this. I’ve gained a family with Javita, as well as a way to completely change my family’s future — not something I take lightly or for granted. This seminar has equipped our team to reach the top!” — Monica Abrew, Manteca, CA

“The Star Success Seminar this past weekend blew me away with the excitement and positive energy from Javita’s leaders and fellow members. The business information and training tools that were presented gave me the confidence and knowledge to help me lead and coach my team to follow the simple system to achieve success and reach the highest levels in Javita!” — Kristin Ruegge, Clovis, CA

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