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Oleg Maksimov was born in Moscow, Russia, and moved to the United States in 1995. He received his PhD in Chemistry from the City University of New York in February 2002. After graduation he worked as a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in the Department of Physics of the Pennsylvania State University (2002-2004) and as a Research Associate in the Materials Research Institute at the Pennsylvania State University (2003-2005). During the last year of his work in the Pennsylvania State University, Dr. Maksimov became interested in the studies of memory effects in aqueous solutions diluted past Avogadro's number of molecules—homeopathic remedies—and by the CAM field. At the same time he also got involved in distance education and accepted an Adjunct Faculty position in the online division of South University (Health Sciences Program).
Since then Dr. Maksimov has worked as Adjunct Faculty and Subject Matter Expert for a number of schools, developed online courses, and taught General and Organic Chemistry, Introductory Biology, Ecology, and Environmental Science. He has also acted as a program evaluator for the American Council on Education and a proposal reviewer for the Research Foundation of City University of New York.
The Ontario Herbalist Association is the provincial body mandated to oversee the educational standards practice and continuing development of herbalism in the province of Ontario. It’s aims & goals are to:
- To preserve herbalism's diversity in all it’s ethnic, cultural and philosophical traditions
- To promote public awareness of herbalists and herbalism
- To establish self-regulation and standards of education and training, codes of ethics and practice, and certification for professional herbalists practicing in Ontario
- To disseminate a deep knowledge base of herbal medicine through promotional and educational materials
- To enhance communication among herbalists and herbal enthusiasts
- To represent herb enthusiasts and professional herbalists in negotiations with government regulatory bodies
- To teach awareness and protection of medicinal plant species
- To support ethical research in herbal medicine
- To provide leadership and direction for herbalism in the 21st Century
The National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) works to represent the Ayurvedic profession in the United States of America. Founded in 1998 and incorporated as a non-profit association in 2000, the organization's purpose is to provide leadership within the Ayurvedic community and to promote a positive vision for Ayurveda and its holistic approach to health and wellness. Its mission includes preserving, improving, and promoting the science and practice of Ayurveda for the benefit of humanity.
NAMA strives to establish and maintain standards of education, ethics, and professional competency. It works to support the establishment of licensing of the science of Ayurveda as a separate and distinct healing arts profession.
A key goal of NAMA is to establish and maintain desirable relationships within the Ayurvedic profession, as well as with other professions, organizations, governmental agencies, groups, and all reputable organizations of the Ayurvedic profession throughout the world carrying out compatible purposes.
Traditional Medicinals herbalists have carefully crafted over 50 high quality herbal teas, categorized into ten wellness collections: detox, digestive, green, herbal, laxative, relaxation, seasonal, tonic, kids and women’s.
Traditional Roots Institute’s mission is to help bring the people’s medicine back to the people, by direct community education and offering opportunities for all healthcare providers to deepen their understanding of herbal medicine and advance its clinical practice.
United Plant Savers' mission is to protect native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant renewable supply of medicinal plants for generations to come.