That 32-page paper was research by Dr. Jean-Claude Lapraz and Dr. Paul Duraffourd, working in a hospital in Paris, France. I was on fire when I read it. I couldn’t even sleep.
I called the lady who gave me the information at 6 o’clock the next morning; and before the phone finished ringing the first time, she picked it up and told me she was expecting my call and asked if I wanted to know more.
I said, “Yes, where can I learn?”
“There’s a seminar at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, in one week.”
“Is it possible I can attend this?”
“Well, it will be in French.”
“Well, I don’t speak French.”
“If you want to go, I will pick you up at the airport, we’ll go on the train, and I will translate for you during this 40-hour seminar.” She did, and that was the beginning.
After the class I was invited by Dr. Lapraz and Dr. Duraffourd to go to Paris to make rounds with them in the hospital where they were conducting research on essential oils. I spent a week with them there and brought home 13 oils. And that’s where it started.