"Highly recommended for any reader interested in holistic approaches, herbal medicine and inspirational writing in this field." by Readers' Favorite
Dr. Sebi Speaks of Dembali, a nonfiction book, while part memoir and instructive, is steeped in the observations of alkaline herbal medicine specialist Dr. Sebi, who was legally named Alfredo D. Bowman. Dembali, a phrase Dr. Sebi coined to address why people reject the good in matters of health, race, family, and culture, is the lens through which he observed these challenges. Dembali is the same lens he viewed solutions, which are embedded in the insightful and thought-provoking narrative of Dr. Sebi Speaks of Dembali. Within the pages he says, "And this is why for us to really get over, get over meaning what, from the state of disease to ease, that jump, that crossing over is called dembali." He introduced dembali and her themes to author Beverly Oliver in Honduras, Central America, surrounded by the rainforest of La Ceiba. In a style reminiscent of a fireside chat, the pair discussed not only his success healing his clients of AIDS, diabetes, and sickle cell anemia, but also the fact that as many have rejected his offerings as have accepted him. So how does he posthumously bring naysayers into an awareness of sustainable health and alkaline nutrition, respectful race and cultural relations, and good family tidings? Dr. Sebi Speaks of Dembali, in seven chapters, offers an answer.