Man’s Management

If you learn anything about D. Gary Young, you will know for sure that he takes seriously being a steward of God's great gifts on this earth. This is why Gary will travel to the far corners of the world, and work around the clock building distilleries so that he can bring pure essential oils to the world.

If you learn anything about D. Gary Young, you will know for sure that he takes seriously being a steward of God’s great gifts on this earth. This is why Gary will travel to the far corners of the world, and work around the clock building distilleries so that he can bring pure essential oils to the world.

In God’s creation we have everything, but it takes another element: man’s management. He gave us a stewardship of this planet, and he expects us to take care of it. Those of you who have studied your “operator’s” manual know that it says in the first chapter that God gave us dominion over the fowl of the air, the fishes of the sea, and all things that creepeth upon the land; dominion over all things. God retained dominion over the universe; He gave us dominion over this earth. When He says ‘all things,’ I think that includes disease, don’t you? What went wrong?

Every plant created by God contains the DNA and the memory RNA containing the blueprint for the production of essential oils.

Photosynthesis: How does an oil get designed? How are essential oils formed? The electromagnetic energy of the sun, the chlorophyll in the plant, the sugar in the plant, and the carbon dioxide all combine and work together to create the 3 C isoprenes that become plant essences. How we obtain this is very simple. Essential oils secrete enzymes in the whole conversion process of manufacturing, taking the light, the air, the oxygen, the moisture, and the minerals out of the soil and creating essential oils, the life blood of every plant.

So how much time have I spent doing this? I have spent 34 years researching oils; 33 years traveling and studying aromatics, including to Somalia; 24 years farming and wildcrafting in 10 countries; 24 years distilling aromatics for essential oils; and constructing 11 distilleries worldwide.

So the background in essential oils and the work is not something that I just dreamed up last week or last month or last year and thought it sounded good and created a business out of it. A lifetime of my work has gone into creating what we have today and taking it to the world. It’s exciting to see the results; it’s exciting to watch people’s lives change.