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e consultant. In that role, she counsels clients on product safety and regulation. Her specialties include the areas of dietary supplements, food ingredients, pharmacognosy, analytical method development, chemistry, and biochemistry. Dr. Booth earned her doctorate in pharmacognosy from the esteemed College of Pharmacy at the University of Illinois – Chicago, and conducted her postdoctoral research on botanical dietary supplements through a fellowship from NIH. Dr. Booth is also a member of the American Chemical Society, the Institute for Food Technologists, the American Society of Pharmacognosy, and the Chemical Consultants Network. She is an American College of Nutrition Fellow.

Deni Bown serves as project manager of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Forest Project in Ibadan, Nigeria. Her responsibilities comprise environmental education, reforestation, natural resource management, and biodiversity monitoring, in addition to the management of IITA's Nursery and Medicinal Plant Garden. Bown is the author of several books, including the Herb Society of America's Encyclopedia of Herbs & Their Uses (1995), and has been a recipient of the British Broadcasting Corporation's Wildlife Photographer of the Year award in the plants category. She has chaired the UK's Herb Society, served as regional chair of the UK's Plant Heritage, and was the honorary president of the Herb Society of America. At present, Bown consults for Lagos State Urban Forest in Nigeria.

Jane Buckle, RN , PhD, a registered critical care nurse, specializes in holistic therapies for the nursing profession. Through her consulting firm, R.J. Buckle Associates, LLC, many scholarly journal articles, mainstream media stories, and two aromatherapy books — Clinical Aromatherapy in Nursing (Arnold Publishers,
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