Woman Launches Black-Owned Herbal Brand Inspired By Herbalist Dr. Sebi
Some say that Mother Nature is the ultimate healer. Now you can get a chance to bring that into your home.
Kiki Ford, founder of Nature’s Nurtures, lends credibility to this premise. During the pandemic, she was inspired to help the African American community connect with the healing properties of plants from the Caribbean and Africa, according to BlackNews.com.
In a world full of fast food and liquor options, Ford’s niche seems to complement clean eating and living. Utilizing high-quality “volcanic herbs” taken from the Caribbean Islands, Ford provides high-quality products such as sea moss that “feeds on volcanic rock from a underwater volcano in the Caribbean and fresh fruit,” according to Nature’s Nurtures website. Flavored-infused sea moss, burdock root, Peruvian maca root powder, and chlorophyll are among the products Ford sells online.
Ford embarked upon a journey to gain more knowledge about the topic through research and taking classes, then leapt to create a business which could help individuals who wanted to naturally achieve better health, BlackNews.com reported.
The entrepreneur was also motivated to pursue her new interest because of Dr. Sebi’s well-known ideas about health and healing, according to Warlock Asylum International News.
The late Alfredo Bowman— who was also known as the herbalist named Dr. Sebi— was born in Spanish Honduras, according to information provided on the website, Dr. Sebi’s Cell Food. His belief that plants could heal issues from obesity to asthma was rooted in his admiration of the natural world. Sebi studied herbs from North America to South America. Dr. Sebi’s Cell Food was one of his creations. His respect for a plant-based diet and methods of averting disease led to his recommendations being followed by celebrities such as Michael Jackson, John Travolta, and late TLC member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes.
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