Natural Discoveries Founder Featured in News Story

WXII News Reporter, Michelle Kennedy, interviews Natural Discoveries' Founder, Amy Greeson about her 2016 expedition to the Congo. The video features actual footage of Amy and her Healing Seekers team in the jungles of the Congo. “Exploring remote areas of the world is not easy. Sickness and injuries are common issues we have to overcome, but arrests and lack of water were two unexpected hurdles with our recent 2016 expedition to the Congo. We look forward to furthering our new friendships and relationships in the country in working together to bring many unique medicinal and healing ingredients and products to the world,” Amy commented about the trip.

Natural Discoveries in the News

Natural Discoveries' Founder, Amy Greeson, is featured in this news story discussing the work she and the Natural Discoveries' team are doing to analyze plants for their healing properties. The story also mentions her new skin care line, Seek Beauty, developed from a special plant in Latin America, to visually diminish wrinkles and dark spots.

High Point University Presentation

Natural Discoveries' Founder, Amy Greeson, speaks to students at High Point University’s School of Pharmacy about her experiences exploring the planet for medical treatments and health educational materials. This discussion is presented at the inaugural lecture for the student and community health care lecture series.

High Point Enterprise, February 24, 2017

Dr. Scott Hemby, chair of basic pharmaceutical sciences in the Fred Wilson School of Pharmacy at HPU, was featured on a PBS Newshour segment that highlighted his research on the plant kratom, which has been used as a replacement for opiates like morphine. In his lab, Hemby is studying two psychoactive compounds from kratom. Initial test results show that one of the compounds may have addictive properties that could lead to the potential for abuse. Hemby also ins collaborating with Amy Greeson of Natural Discoveries Inc. in High Point in hopes of identifying anti-pain and anti-addiction compounds from plant materials obtained in Papua New Guinea, Congo and Madagascar.