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The scent of plants is the smell of an essential oil.  Essential oils are found in the bark, seed, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of the plants.  The compounds in essential oils should help maintain a healthy mind and body because they are all natural extracts from the parts of a plant.  (What, 2017)  With pure essential oils, the structure can vary.  This means that depending on which season it is, the method of making the oils can depend.  It can also make the special benefits not work as well.  (What, 2017)   One of D?TERRA’s founders, Dr.Brian M. Lawrence, works as a chromatography lab manager in the pharmaceutical industry and he has a degree in chemistry.  He helps work with the making and testing of the essential oils.  (Scientific, 2017)  Dr.Carsten Smidt devoted to D?TERRA’s research and product development and quality control.  He has a doctorate degree in Nutrition Science and Physiological Chemistry from the University of California at Davis.  He has executive positions for almost 20 years.  (Scientific, 2017) Dr.David Hill, D.C has used the essential oils in modern health practices.  As a physician, he is a well-known expert in essential oils and medicine.  He partners with many other physicians and hospitals worldwide creating knowledge about essential oils and their benefits. (The, 2017)  Dr.Parker has worked in both the supplement industry and the essential oil world.  He is uniquely trained to understand research, product development, and the physiology and chemistry behind both nutrition and essential oils. He has a PH.D. in Nutrition Sciences from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (The, 2017)  Dr.Parker has published research and scientific papers about health and what essential oils do.  He has memberships from the American Society for Nutrition (ASN) and the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT).  He looks over Research Development and Quality Control for D?TERRA Essential Oils. (The, 2017)  Alexandrea Paul has her MA and MPhil degrees in ecology and environmental and evolutionary Biology from Columbia University, New York.  She got her undergraduate BS degree in zoology from Brigham Young University, Provo, UT and her masters degree in Botany.  Alexandrea has years of experience in dietary supplement because of her previous positions. (The, 2017) All of these doctors and physicians help make D?TERRA run easier. Each one has a job to fill. They know what’s best because they all specialize in different positions. (The, 2017)Mold is a member of the fungi family.  Fungi is classified as a plant without chlorophyll, which means it cannot get energy directly from the sun as other plants can.  Mold can grow on many different types of food.  (Mold, 2017) Bread is a common source of mold because it provides many nutrients for mold.  Mold can cause illness if a person is allergic to mold.  If you see mold on bread do not eat it. (Mold, 2017)  Moldy bread can cause respiratory problems.  The best way to deal with bread products is to only keep amounts that can be eaten in a day or two.  There is a risk of pulmonary illness in those with a compromised immune system such as AIDS. (Mold, 2017) Mold spores are microscopic plants that float in the wind.  They inhabit every square inch of Each and are wherever we go.  Some molds are beneficial and others are very poisonous to humans.  (How, 2017)  Bread is a source of mold because it sets off hyphae. Hyphae is little feet that set off and attach to the surface they land on.  They then start to grow. (How, 2017)  Cool, damp, dark places are great places for mold to grow.  Mold cannot grow in high temperatures.  A piece of bread can be covered in billions of mold spores in just a couple days. (How, 2017) If a temperature is too cold, the mold spores will shrivel up and die.  Mold cannot survive in extreme temperatures. Baking is a good way of killing the mold spores. (How, 2017)  Aspergillus, Penicillium, Rhizopus, and Neurospora crassa are a few of many thousands of mold types floating in the kitchen, trying to find a place to land.  One of the many reasons bread is a common place for mold is because it is high in starch.  Starch breaks down into sugars, which is a high-energy food for the mold.  (How, 2017) On the day of August 25, 2017 Hurricane Harvey hit land in Houston, Texas.  Much of the country watched as the waters came rushing down.  Everything was flooded. (Hamblin, 2017) The flooding of Houston was a natural catastrophe.  The impact of the flooding and hurricane left many problems, but one of the major problems was mold.  Mold covered the walls. (Hamblin, 2017) The submerged city left a great source of fungal growth possibilities.  Mold can create many health issues for the citizens of the city.  Guidelines from the World Health Organization says that living or working with a mold infested area can result in respiratory problems, asthma, allergies, and immunological reactions. (Hamblin, 2017)  Twelve years ago in New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina left behind similar after effects and left behind a breeding ground for mosquitoes and the diseases that they carry.  This caused a shortage of water and food that is portable. The mold exposure continued due to low income. (Hamblin, 2017)  In Brooklynn the same happened where mold overgrowth has worsened in the years since Hurricane Sandy.  Many local citizens reported still living in moldy apartments.  After a flood, a very toxic mold can sicken anyone who by inhaling it. (Hamblin, 2017)  During Hurricane Matthew last year in South Carolina, sludge was left at doorsteps everywhere. As it recited, toxic, black mold was found.  In one community, the mold left 261 houses uninhabitable for months.  (Hamblin, 2017)  The Natural Resources Defence Council recherches held a press conference after Hurricane Katrina about dangerously high levels of mold spores in the air.  They accused the Environmental Protection Agency of worrying only on exposures like arsenic, lead, asbestos, and pollution like those found in gasoline.  The frightened EPA reported that anyone that entered a building with mold must use a respirator. (Hamblin, 2017) Molds emit chemicals that some experts are worried might be harmful to the human nervous system.  Joan Bennett, a professor of plant biology and pathology at Rutgers University, has dedicated her career to the study of fungal toxins because of her experience with them.  She was living in New Orleans during the massive storm, and she remembers worrying more about the fungi or mold instead of the heavy-metal poisoning like the rest of the witnesses.  (Hamblin, 2017)  Exposure to mold infested places can cause a number of effects, or none at all.  Some people have sensitivities to mold and these people can have different sensitivities.  Coughing, wheezing, eye irritation, throat irritation and in some cases, skin irritation are some symptoms of being allergic to mold. (Mold, 2017)  The Institute of Medicine (IOM) found there was sufficient evidence to link indoor exposure to mold has connections to upper respiratory tract symptoms.  The IOM also found evidence linking indoor mold exposure and respiratory illness in healthy children.  In 2004, the IOM found evidence to link exposure to damp indoor environments in general to upper respiratory symptoms (Mold, 2017)