Humanitarian work with homeopathic earns knighthood For founder and CEO of World Health Advanced Technologies Ltd


The founder and CEO of World Health Advanced Technologies Ltd (makers of Enercel® complex homeopathic products), Sir David Cambridge Christner has been honored by the Knights of Malta with Knighthood.  


Sir Dir. David Cambridge Christner was knighted into the The Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes, and of Malta (commonly known as the “Order of Malta”) on November 23, 2013.


All Knights of Malta must meet the traditional requirement for the bestowing of knighthood. They must distinguish themselves with special virtues. The knighthood’s nature of the Order has kept its moral value and is characterized by the spirit of service, sacrifice and discipline of today’s Knights of Malta. Battles are no longer fought with swords, but with the peaceful tools of the fight against disease, poverty, social isolation and intolerance, as well as witnessing and protecting the faith.


He was recognized for his tireless work developing, researching and making Enercel® available to treat many chronic illnesses from Hepatitis to Tuberculosis and even Cancer.  He has also been responsible for funding and building a large school in North Korea.   Additionally, he championed several orphanages and schools in Cambodia.    In 2012 he was awarded the Gusi Peace prize presented in the Philippines for his outstanding humanitarian work. 


Sir David’s primary goal is to bring Enercel®, the homeopathic that he says cured him of colon cancer, to all the people of the world who desire a healthy life.