Dr Sebi on a mission to bring healing remedies to Bim
He’s known as the doctor who has cured people of AIDS, diabetes, cancer, leukemia, multiple sclerosis and other ailments and now renowned herbalist and naturalist Dr Sebi is on a mission to bring healing remedies to Barbados.
He arrived in the island yesterday and is set to deliver two holistic lectures later this week.
The 81-year-old who operates the USHA Healing Village in Honduras, Central America, uses natural herbs to heal and restore his patients, strongly refuting the use of conventional medicine.
He told Barbados TODAY that black people are living with a wide range of chronic illnesses and other diseases not only because of their reliance on medicine but because they have also been eating the wrong foods.
“Our immune system has been compromised for 500 years. We are not supposed to be eating the foods that we are eating because of our cellular predisposition,” he said.
His host, registered nurse Pauline Gooding, believes Dr Sebi’s approach to health can work for Barbadians. She says many of them are dying needlessly.
“I lost my mum, I lost my sister, my brother, every disease there is has touched me in some way. People are dying too young and there are diseases that can be prevented, that is what I honestly believe . . . We need to find the cure for certain diseases that you don’t need to die from and I think I’ve found the answer and I hope Barbados appreciates the fact that he is here,” she said.
Dr Sebi will be presenting his first lecture on Thursday evening at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre and a second at Victorlous Living Ministries on Saturday.
He is also expected to conduct consultations and meet with members of the Rastafarian and Nubian communities.