“I met many people, and I learned the value of interacting with different ethnic groups and nationalities”

-Dr. Sebi

About Dr. Sebi

Born November 26th 1933 in the village of Ilanga, Spanish Honduras, Dr. Sebi came into this world as Alfredo Bowman. Young Alfredo did not attend formal school; he was raised and educated by his cherished grandmother, Mama Hay, who influenced his understanding of nature that helped develop a great man and world renowned herbalist. "Mama Hay is the pillar of my foundation," Dr. Sebi said.

"She is the very pillar in which all of the things that I have done lays."Dr. Sebi’s fascination with the natural world around him sparked a lifelong interest in the healing properties of plants. As a young man with asthma, diabetes, impotence and obesity, Dr. Sebi was drawn to natural healing methods, especially after discovering firsthand the limitations of Western medicine in treating chronic disease.

About Dr. Sebi

African and American Herbal Wisdom

Dr. Sebi studied herbs in Africa, the Caribbean, North America, and Central and South America. In Mexico he met an herbalist who alleviated all of his health complaints and explained to him that being from Africa, he should follow an original African diet! Inspired by the mighty healing potential of herbs, Dr. Sebi went on to create natural vegetation cell food compounds that clean and replenish the body, the first prototypes of Dr. Sebi’s Cell Food.

Dr. Sebi’s Legacy

Dedicating his life to the pursuit of natural plant-based approaches for health management and disease prevention, Dr. Sebi treated high profile clientele including Michael Jackson, Eddie Murphy, John Travolta, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes of TLC, and Teddy Pendergrass, and his efforts continue to enrich the health and wellbeing of millions of people around the world.

Dr. Sebi passed away in 2016, leaving a legacy of natural healing knowledge, philosophy and wisdom that is our duty to pass onto future generations for the healing of all humankind.

"I say to my brothers and sisters, if nothing else we do, let us be tolerant of each other… and share LOVE." – Dr. Sebi