William Green is a 22-year-old PhD holder and researcher with an IQ of 200 he got into Oxford at the young age of 15.
But not everything is as it seems…
When he was 5, he was involved in a vehicle accident that unfortunately took the lives of his parents.
Being left alone he was then raised by his grandmother the only remaining relative, but the worst have yet to pass for William. Being involved in a traumatic accident led him to develop panic attacks.
He would sometimes spasm out of control or be in a daze not doing anything. The doctors later diagnosed him with anxiety and ADHD.
They said that he wouldn’t be able to properly learn in his lifetime, thus giving up on him. His grandmother would not accept it and was having none of it.
In his early childhood years, he would find trouble learning and focusing, it got to a point where his pre-school teacher advised to home school him because he was getting bullied for his disabilities.
Soon they eventually employed a learning specialist to tutor him, but despite all the effort he still can’t seem to focus. His grandmother resorted to many different types of medication, but nothing worked!
The only thing that could calm him down was the scent of Vetiver oil that his grandmother frequently used it when she practices her daily meditation. Seeing as the scent helped him she begin to routinely massage his temple with it hoping for something.