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December 11, 2019

When Dr. Sebi retired from daily consultations with clients and retreated to Honduras, he filled the void with his memoir. He called it The Cure: The Autobiography of Dr. Sebi “Mama Hay”. He dictated, copyrighted, edited and — put it on hold. Yes he did. I know firsthand many of you wait with bated breath for The Cure’s final stages, publishing and distribution. Me too.

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November 1, 2019

The African Bio Mineral Balance, coined and created by Dr. Sebi, is a therapeutic method that reverses disease and heals the body with alkaline herbs and plants.  But if you’re reading this and you’re Caucasian wondering what the African Bio Mineral Balance has to do with you, know that it heals your body too.  Here’s why.  In his book Alkaline Herbal Medicine, Aqiyl An...

September 8, 2019

     When he died in 2016, of course I was shocked, saddened and even dismissive (in previous years there’d been rumors of his death).  In my thoughts I immediately asked, “Who on earth will carry on Dr. Sebi’s finesse, his intelligence, his articulation on how to eat to live, eat to heal, how to bring plants, alkaline plants, into the forefront of a lifestyle inst...

August 7, 2019

He mentions his grandmother Mama Hay and his great grandmother Elizabeth in the upcoming book Dr. Sebi Speaks of Dembali.  Death and how Elizabeth wants Mama Hay to handle it are themes in this preview.

My great grandmother went into the yard with my grandmother to tell her what happened the last fifty-five years that she was absent.  My grandmother said she didn’t come to hear th...

June 15, 2019

Dr. Sebi speaks about his African heritage wherever he goes.  Rarely though, does he mention his Garifuna roots.  But he did take me to a Garifuna community when I traveled to Honduras in 2005.  Ben Petersen and Brigham Young University produced an informative documentary about the Garifuna.  Watching it, you get a sense of how and why they maintained a sense of connection to Afr...

May 5, 2019

Whenever Dr. Sebi spoke about his son Sesa (pronounced SAY-SAH), there was high praise for him.  He valued Sesa's opinion.  You'll see why in this YouTube video posted by New York radio station Hot 97.  The program is Ebro in the Morning.  Sesa and his mother Maa are interviewed.  Sesa and Maa still own and operate Dr. Sebi's first company The Fig Tree.

In a pr...

February 28, 2019

Every now and then I browse the internet to see what people are saying about Dr. Sebi, and since today is the last day of Black History Month I think it's fitting to write about a man who made history way back in the 1980s when he cured his first AIDS patient.

But this blog is not about that success.  It's about a YouTube video I watched today.  It features Dr. Sebi's family (daug...

January 30, 2019

What do Chef Ahki, celebrity Chef Lauren Von Der Pool and Xave Bowman have in common?  They’re millennials making phenomenal strides in natural food and natural healthcare industries.  But only one is the daughter of the late renowned herbalist and natural healer Dr. Sebi.  That’s Xave [ZAH-VAY] Bowman, founder of Next Generation Herbal Products, and yes, she treats and cures AID...

October 25, 2018

As author and protégé, my mission has always been to inform audiences about Dr. Sebi’s healing technique—his tried and true method of curing people of diseases with his alkaline herbal compounds, namely the African Bio Mineral Balance. 

Before he died, the two books about Dr. Sebi, Sojourn to Honduras Sojourn to Healing and Seven Days in Usha Village: A Conversation with Dr. Sebi,...

August 5, 2018

For more than 30 years, Dr. Sebi stood at podiums in churches, community centers, civic halls; in his home he sat on his couch or bed.  Every now and then a lion’s roar carried his message.  Other times a professor’s tone ushered the message through.  That message remained the same no matter the venue, no matter the tone:  Watch what you eat.

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