Our team is committed to providing unique raw materials and novel compounds with the highest quality and safety.  Our local and global team network extends from remote jungles to the clients we serve; and, at the core of our company is the respect we hold for all people and life.

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Amy Greeson, R.Ph

CEO and President

Amy brings 25 years of experience as a registered pharmacist, including 17 years specializing in integrative medicine. She has traveled extensively to study indigenous healing methods and plant based medicine, having led expeditions to the Amazon and Andes, Ecuador, Madagascar, Papua New Guinea and Republic of the Congo.  Additional travels to regions in Peru, Belize, Costa Rica, Bolivia, Guatemala, and Mexico have furthered her study and research with herbal and botanical medicine.

Amy is a 1990 graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill School of Pharmacy, where she served as President of the UNC-CH Pharmacy School’s Academy of Students of Pharmacy (the student branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association) and was awarded one of the prestigious National Pharmacy Internships in Research and Development at Burroughs Welcome Pharmaceutical Company.  An externship with the Public Health Service led to stints in Anchorage, Kotzebue and Bethel, Alaska before eventually returning home to North Carolina to join the family business, an independent pharmacy of 28 years. 

In 2006, she founded and presently serves as the Executive Director of Healing Seekers, a 501c3 non-profit organization that creates unique educational materials for school systems and educators. From 2007-2008, Amy was the co-host of Global Healing Radio, an internet radio show with an audience representing 40 countries.

Amy’s work in remote bio-diverse countries with indigenous people searching for novel medical treatments has attracted interviews with NPR on several occasions, Australian Public Radio, and numerous articles and other press including ‘International Policy Digest’.