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Owner and CEO
Self Health Research Center
Dr. Clark Store, Inc.
Oskar graduated with his MBA from MIU in Fairfield, Iowa and has always been interested in furthering the use of natural products. “At age 13 I got to know firsthand how primitive our patent medicine system is through losing loved ones - those closest to me. From that moment I swore to make a humble difference. I didn’t know how, until I met Dr. Hulda Clark and then realized how important her work is to the world. She was a pioneer. I vowed to only promote leaders in alternative medicine that have a good track record.”
Oskar has always been interested in natural products – and for obvious reasons. He came from a family of six where four out of the six have died relatively young from preventable diseases that were aggravated rather than helped by western medicine.
In 2001 he started selling supplements manufactured exclusively by Geoff Clark, Dr. Hulda Clark’s son under the name Self Health Resource Center. In 2006 Geoff sold Source of Health to Oskar with the promise that he would continue manufacturing according to Dr. Hulda Clark's tough standards. Oskar gladly accepted the challenge and since then he has continued to improve on the quality by installing an in-house laboratory which offers real time inspection of all our raw materials and finished goods with conventional lab equipment, such as FTIR, ICP, and microbiology analytical equipment.
In order to pay for the investments Oskar started another related business, a contract manufacturing company called “Nutritional Supplement Manufacturers, Inc.” available online at www.PureNSM.com.
As CEO Oskar, has received in-depth training in pure production methods from both Dr. Hulda Clark and her son, Geoff Clark, whom he is still in touch with. We focus on providing superior purity, quality and potency in our dietary supplements without the use of flow agents or other "nasties".
Dr. Hulda Clark with Oskar Thorvaldsson (ca 2004)