Dr. David Stewart
Dr. David Stewart is the author of the best selling book Healing Oils of Bible along with The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple. He was a professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Missouri State University.
He’s served on the advisory committee to the American Public Health Association as well as The American College of Nurse-Midwives. He’s testified as an expert on health matters before state legislative committees, U.S. Congressional committees and medical licensing boards throughout the United States and Canada.
Dr. Olivier Wenker
Olivier Wenker, MD is a physician for Integrative Medicine and Essential Oils, he’s board certified in Critical Care Medicine, Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine.
He’s also a retired Professor of the University of Texas.
Rachel is the President of Modeling Christ; a faith based organization addressing issues in the fashion industry, and the world it influences. She has developed a successful speaking career while ministering at various women’s and youth conferences nationwide.
In 1996, she graduated from the Word of Life Bible Institute in Schroon Lake, NY. There, she studied systematic theology and Bible survey with an emphasis on missions and youth ministry before re-entering the fashion industry. Clients include Cover Girl, Tommy Hilfiger, Jones New York and many others.
Dr. Ganesh Bala
Dr. Ganesh Bala is a research chemist that manages the Core Synthesis & Analytical Services Facility at North Dakota State University.
His department specializes in the synthesis of small molecules for biomedical applications.
Dr. Ganesh has one of a hand few of scientists that has done extensive research on the ancient history of essential oils and perfumes.
J.K. DeLapp, Lic. Ac.
As a Diplomat of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), JK has met nationally recognized standards of competence, safety, and continuing education.
JK also spent time working in Long Hua and Zhong Yi Hua hospitals in Shanghai. While in residence in Shanghai, he was able to study a regional herbal tradition called Gao Fang, a little known herbal tradition in the West, of which the Shanghai region is famous for.