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Our Vision

Meet Our Founders

We created Good Pharma for one reason: we care.

As founders of Mighty Leaf Tea, and being fanatically healthy, we crafted teas out of our love for a tasty drink that’s good for you. Throughout our Mighty Leaf years of travel through China, India and Europe we discovered local rituals utilizing nature’s powerful ingredients contributing to supreme living. We experienced “food as medicine” in proactive ways, profoundly changing our lives forever. After we sold the company, instead of sitting back, we realized during our meditation retreat in Rishikesh, India that we had some unfinished business. We were energized to share how “nature’s pharma “ not only helps in keeping you healthy, but beyond, it gives you the gifts to be the greatest version of yourself, in mastering mind, body and spirit. Good Pharma™ was born to be the alternative wellness revolution for a better you and a better world.

Committed to providing people with powerful blends of ingredients in a tasty nourishing practice, we set off on a journey. Over the last 3 years we’ve foraged across the globe for the best and highest quality mushrooms and plant-based adaptogens we could find. We conferred with keepers of ancient medicinal knowledge, including Traditional Chinese Medicine, Indian Ayurveda and applied modern science to deliver precision potency — maximum health-supporting benefits to anyone willing to embrace the idea of alternative pharma. "Nature’s pharma". Good Pharma™.*

Scientific Advisory Board

Our scientific advisory board applies their expertise to ensure you achieve your highest potential and experience the energy, focus, gut-health, and sleep support of Good Pharma’s groundbreaking and delicious supplement infusions.*

Professor Choi Seung-hoon MD (KM), Ph.D. 

In 2003, Professor Choi was appointed as Regional Adviser in Traditional Medicine at the WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific. During his tenure, his work focused on the standardization of various areas of traditional medicine in the Western Pacific Region, including terminologies on traditional medicine. Dr. Choi spearheaded several projects, which are considered milestones in the history of traditional medicine in the Region. He also published 11 monographs and is author or co-author of 120 papers. Dr. Choi continues his important work in the United States as an Adjunct Professor at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Founder of Global University Network of Traditional Medicine

Back at Kyung Hee University, he worked as Dean of the Oriental Medical College (2008) and founded the Global University Network of Traditional Medicine (GUNTM) of 7 universities from 5 countries, and became the first President.

President of Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine

In 2011, he was appointed to serve as the President of Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine for three years and hosted the fifth International Congress of Complementary Medicine Research (ICCMR) in Jeju, Korea in 2015.

Vice-President at Dankook University

In September 2014, he resigned from Kyung Hee University and moved to Dankook University for promoting integrative medicine as a vice-president at Dankook University. Later, he was appointed as the Board Chair of the National Development Institute of Korean Medicine (NIKOM) and also the Senior Adviser to the Association of Korean Medicine.

Adjunct Professor at Emory University Medical School

Recently, he was invited as an adjunct professor by Emory University Medical School and completed the clinical decision support system program, named PIPE-11 (Pattern Identification & Prescription Expert on ICD-11), applying artificial intelligence by making the herbal medicine formula accumulated over thousands of years in the East Asian countries such as China, Korea, and Japan into a database.

Meet Our Scientific Advisory Board

Our scientific advisory board applies their expertise at every step to ensure you achieve your highest potential and experience the daily energy, focus, gut-health, and sleep benefits of Good Pharma’s groundbreakingly effective and delicious supplement infusions.

Kerry Hughes

Ethnobotanist, Herbalist and Author, Kerry Hughes — with a 20-year record-of-success in natural product development — is driven by a tenacious fascination with the potential health enhancing role plants can play, and her purpose is Ethno-Botanical Discovery and strategically innovating and expanding the boundaries of new natural product development. Through this, Kerry has catalyzed significant phyto-product breakthroughs that have been applied to bring to market new, efficacious and profitable products that not only heal people but also protect our threatened global biodiversity.

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Ethnobotany and Biochemistry

Kerry has a background in Ethnobotany and Biochemistry, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry, and a Master of Science degree in Agriculture with an emphasis in Ethnobotany and Soil Science from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California. She is also a certified Clinical Herbalist by the Berkeley Herbal Center, and has helped to establish the school and teach at the Herbal Academy of New England.

Published Writings

Kerry’s love of natural products has compelled her to write and speak frequently on a variety of subjects. Her writing includes the recently published Botanicals With Benefits: Establish a New Relationship with your garden (2020), as well as these in-depth text books: Understanding Socio-Ecological Systems through Decoloniality: Convergence of Indigenous and Western Knowledge (in press); The Incense Bible, Taylor & Francis (2007), one of the first scientific reviews & examinations of incense, The Health Professionals Guide to Dietary Supplements, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins (2006), a peer-reviewed guide to herbs and nutritional supplements, and Botanical Medicines: The Desk Reference for Major Herbal Supplements, Haworth Press (2002) an in-depth text-book on the medical aspects of many of our top supplements. Additionally, she has authored over a dozen articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals on various natural product topics.

Consultant to the United Nations

Kerry has acted as a consultant to the United Nations through the International Trade Centre (ITC), and other development agencies, for international development projects involving botanicals and authored essential oil and organic reports for the Market News Service (MNS). She has also been active in the development of the Certified Regenerative standard by A Greener World, as well as the Fair for Life Social & Fair Trade Certification through the The Institute for Market Ecology (IMO).