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YL Einkorn Fields and Products

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Here I’m cutting einkorn at our farm in France, where we made the Einkorn Flour and the Einkorn Pancake Mix.
This is the old steam engine that we use to thresh with. We're rebuilding it so that we can get it back into service.
This is the old steam engine that we use to thresh with. We’re rebuilding it so that we can get it back into service.

Einkorn has only 14 chromosomes; other wheats/grains have 28 to 42. The extra chromosomes create new proteins that man was never meant to consume. These foreign proteins cause confusion in the digestive system and increase small intestine permeability, which starts autoimmunity and inflammation throughout the body.

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We also gave you your newest product, Einkorn Granola. I had this for breakfast yesterday morning, and the only reason I didn’t have it this morning is because Jacob and Josef ate all of it. You’re going to have problems in your home if you don’t put it in unmarked containers that the kids don’t know about, so beware. It is so delicious that they will eat it like trail mix. It’s just wonderful. Great taste, very satisfying, nutritionally and in every aspect.einkorn rotini pasta

Then we brought you one more. This came out of popular requests for another pasta. Isn’t your Einkorn Rotini Pasta fun and delicious!

wolfberry crisp chocolate pkgHow many of you like Wolfberry Crisp Bars? We added some einkorn to the Wolfberry Crisp Bars, because the einkorn is so balancing and nutritious. I just want all of you as often as possible to be eating foods that contain einkorn. What would you think if I decided to put a little chocolate on the outside? Yeah, I did that. So, they’re yummy. Again, they disappear very quickly. So you will enjoy your new Wolfberry Crisp Bars. We also did one other thing. We reduced the sugars by 70 percent, creating a really beautiful, healthy, and enjoyable treat.

Einkorn growing on the farm in Mona.
Einkorn growing on the farm in Mona.

Discovering Einkorn

Einkorn field in Mona, Utah.
Einkorn field in Mona, Utah.

Next I’m going to share with you a little bit about einkorn. How many of you are eating einkorn? Do you like it? It is the oldest grain in the world. They don’t even know how far einkorn dates back yet, because every time another discovery is made, they discovered that what they said before was wrong. Five years ago they said einkorn was about 3,500 years old. Three years ago it was 5,000 years. Then last year they discovered a new finding in Turkey that dated back 10,000 years.

Pakistani einkorn threshing
Einkorn threshing in Pakistan

Here’s something I want you to think about. Everything has DNA. Every substance has a blueprint. The blueprint of einkorn is perhaps the oldest blueprint in our food chain that exists today. When you’re eating that einkorn, you’re partaking of the oldest ingested food, blueprinted for the support to the physical body; and therefore it was designed to give you the nutritional support that your body needs in every aspect, from protein to vitamins, to fiber, to amino acids, and to enzymes. No other grain today has all that, just einkorn.

So if you have some compromise to your digestive system with the gluten intolerance from the hybridized grains that are grown today and you start eating einkorn, you might need to go a little slow introducing it, take a little time, because your body has to adapt to the new blueprint. Does that make sense? You’ve got to reprogram your body back to the way that God created it and find its homeostasis, and you will find great satisfaction in your nutritional needs with that.

Einkorn at the YL farm in France
Einkorn field at the YL farm in France

I found einkorn the first time in the Karimabad Valley in Hunza Land [in Pakistan] in 1996. It took four years before I was able to get the word translated from their language to discover it was einkorn. I looked all over the world and finally found some seed in Jordan, on the east bank of the Jordan River across from Israel.

We took the seed to France, where Jean-Noël was investigating einkorn. We started planting and it started to grow, and it is flourishing there today.

Creating Live Your Passion Blend

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Histoire_et_culture_des_orangers_A._Risso_et_A._Poiteau._--_Paris_Henri_Plon,_Editeur,_1872 wiki commonslive yr passion 5 ml bottleNow we come to something that might be important to you, and that is your new convention blend. In this blend I used Orange. Why? Your citrus oils, particularly Orange or Tangerine, invoke the feeling of childhood. They bring out that feeling of innocence when we were children and had so many happy times. How many of you are old enough to remember at Christmastime when they made candy orange slices? Oh, there are a few of you as old as I am. So Orange oil recreates those happy memories of childhood.

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Of course I added our Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood. It is so anchoring and grounding and beautifying to the soul, both spirit and physical.

Myristica_fragrans_-_Köhler–s_Medizinal-Pflanzen-097Nutmeg. Why did I put Nutmeg in it? Because I knew if you’re going to live with passion, you have to have that little extra support for the endocrine system to give you energy to live your life with passion.Citrus_×aurantiifolia927505341 wiki commons

Lime. Lime and Orange complement each other in those childlike qualities that those beautiful fragrances bring out in us.

Then I had to pick two other oils that are very special to me.

6942037168_88dc6f8f05_zIdaho Blue Spruce. This oil really helps to enhance the masculine energy in both male and female. Ladies, you need a little more of that, so you can keep us guys in line and remind us of our place.

A_mist_rises_from_a_black_spruce_forest wiki commonsI also added Northern Lights Black Spruce to complement the Idaho Blue Spruce, just to bring that balance between masculine and feminine energy. Oh, what a magical combination!

Ylang Ylang fields in EcuadorThen we had to have a little romance in that passion, because nobody likes to be passionate without romance, right? What did I put in there to bring out the romance? You’re right, Ylang Ylang from Ecuador. Eugenio and his distillery team distill Ylang Ylang 6 days a week, 11 months of the year. Oh, it’s fantastic.

Omani Frankincense TreeThen, when you are living your passion, you’ve got to be creative, think outside of the box. The best way to do that is to be in the spiritual realm. So what did I put in there for that? Frankincense!

PeppermintThen there’s one more oil that needed to go in there, just to round it out and push the effects of all the rest. Peppermint. You’re right again. Oh my goodness, you all get A pluses.

So, that’s your Live Your Passion blend. Use it and see what a joy it can bring to your life.

A People Caring and Sharing Business

GARY: Back to the Seed to Seal; there’s more to it than just planting seeds. Young Living is about planting seeds in human life.

Members from all over Europe visit the new distillery in Croatia during a helichrysum harvest.
Members from all over Europe visit the new distillery in Croatia during a helichrysum harvest.

MARY: Yes! That’s the truth!

GARY: That’s what I wish for all of us to keep in mind. There’s more to Young Living than just one aspect of producing an oil. It includes the lives of the people we touch on our journey through life. Young Living is a different kind of a company. We have a purpose and a mission that are far beyond anything that can be purchased with a dollar bill. This is one of the reasons that I seldom taught marketing in the early days.

Here is our newest distillery in Croatia. How many have been to Croatia? Yes, thank you. A beautiful time.

You folks are the chosen. You’ve paid the dues. You’ve done what it’s taken to get you where you are. Even those of you who are brand new, who are just getting started, are part of something that maybe you don’t totally understand yet, but you feel it. It’s what drew you to the people in Young Living, because we are a people caring and sharing business. I wanted everyone to focus on the caring and sharing of people, not the caring and sharing of money.

I haven’t yet met one person in Young Living who is in Young Living because of the money. You’re in Young Living because of your mission and wanting to be part of a bigger purpose.

This is our distillery in Salalah, Oman. Some of you have been there and have seen this. Stand up. Who has been to our distillery in Oman? Yes! We have seven distillers there now in operation.

Our distillery in Salalah, Oman
Our distillery in Salalah, Oman

This is the sandalwood distillery in Hawaii, and some of you were there last month. It’s a growing proposition as well.

Members in Hawaii in 2013 congregate around the new distillery, which has a 3,500 liter capacity.
Members in Hawaii in 2013 congregate around the new distiller, which has a 3,500 liter capacity.

Here is Taiwan.

Dr. Lee and Gary Young with Dr. Lee’s small distiller.
Dr. Lee and Gary Young with Dr. Lee’s small distiller.

We also have a small operation in Israel that is now starting to grow.

Gary with Israeli partners
Gary with Israeli partners.

Eugenio Tells His Story

32517511342_8549911333_kMARY:  Gary, I think it would be very interesting if Eugenio told them what it was like for him in the beginning and let Nicolas translate.

GARY:  Yes. Can we get another microphone on stage?

NICOLAS:  Eugenio says that he didn’t expect to be here to talk, and now he’s going to tell the story about his life in Young Living.

Eugenio and Nicholas

(Nicolas continues translating for Eugenio): In 2005 around November, I met the Young family. I was working in another place, doing security and also cleaning. When Dr. Gary was with his translator, he asked me, “How long have you been working in that place?” I was new there; I’m from Peru.

The next day Dr. Gary asked me to work helping at the distillery. I didn’t know what a distillery is. My first experience with the distillery was just contact with two little cookers and with a lot of his students from the university. Those cookers were the first experiments in Ecuador.

When I accepted the job, Dr. Gary asked me if I had family. I said, yes, I had two girls in Peru. He proposed that I bring our kids to Ecuador to be with us. I was very excited about that proposal.

We started working in Cuenca, and it is a cold city. My wife said, “Eugenio, I can’t live here; it’s too cold. We have to move to Peru again.” At that time my wife was pregnant with our son, who we named Jakob. After that, Dr. Gary told me we were going to move to Guayaquil, which is a hot city. That place is a comfortable place for my wife.

MARY: Para mi tambien.

NICOLAS: For Mary, too!

[Translating for Eugenio]: So I started working in Cuenca with just a little distillery with a lot of aromatic plants, doing experiments with Dr. Gary and a lot of university students. Today, I am very happy to be with Dr. Gary and Mary.

My son and my daughters have grown up with Dr. Gary and Mary’s sons, and they love each other a lot. Thank you for Dr. Gary’s vision to have that school to give an opportunity to a lot of kids to study and be prepared. Our daughters are learning English, so I am proud of that, too.

Thank you to the Youngs and to you. Thank you very much.

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