As our ancestors evolved in prehistoric times, early human beings likely recognized that a profound relationship exists between plants and health.
Ancient healers were among the earliest of civilizations’ most accomplished botanists and would have been poorly regarded if they failed to keep their plants alive. Without horticultural knowledge and the ability to sustain plant-derived remedies, healers would lose their formulary and most certainly would have failed at their craft.
With the rapid advancement of both the agricultural and healthcare sciences supporting botanical medicine development, a deep understanding of these relationships is now more important than ever before.
Led by acclaimed physician Jeffrey S. Block, M.D., a Board-Certified anesthesiologist, world-class horticulturist and naturalist, our interdisciplinary team focuses on advanced protocols to extend the science of plant-based therapies into better healthcare outcomes.
Based in Miami, Florida USA, this collaborative consultancy applies translational science models through six sigma metrics to enhance quality improvement processes and derive measurable outcomes. Translational science (also referred to as “translational medicine”) is a discipline within biomedical and public health research that aims to improve the health of individuals and the community by “translating” findings into diagnostic tools, medicines, procedures, policies, and education. It is a multidisciplinary, collaborative approach that endeavors to translate new research and technology into practical methods that benefit community health in the safest and most efficient way possible.
Through extensive affiliations and the academic outreach required to stay abreast with the developing expertise within the botanical medicine industry, Dr. Block encounters extraordinarily qualified individuals that can effectively fill specific roles involved with the education, research, production, processing, and dispensing aspects of an organization. These sensibilities extend themselves to solving problems; and help guide responsible legislation facilitating intelligent public health policy.