The Truth About Dr Sebi & His Death

Why was Dr Sebi killed? And why was he such a threat to the pharmaceutical companies?

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Alfredo Darrington Bowman (26 November 1933 – 6 August 2016), better known as Dr. Sebi was a Honduran herbalist and healer, who also practiced in the United States for a period in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Dr Sebi cured diseases with herbs and a vegan diet. He set up a treatment center in Honduras, then moved his practice to New York City and Los Angeles. Numerous entertainment and acting celebrities were among his clients, including Michael Jackson, Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes, and John Travolta.

Dr Sebi was born in 1933 in Ilanga, Honduras. He first learned of herbal healing and related traditional practices from his grandmother and his grandfather, who were originally from Haiti. Dr Sebi who was of African descent, identified himself as an “African in Honduras”, not as an African Honduran.

Arrest & Death

On 28 May 2016, Dr Sebi and his associate Pablo Medina Gamboa were arrested on alleged charges of money laundering at the Juan Manuel Gálvez de Roatan Airport, after they were found to be carrying $37,000 in cash and had no explanation for it. They were attempting to transfer from a commercial flight from the United States to a private plane for another destination in Honduras.

Dr Sebi was released pending a court hearing on 6 June 2016, but he was re-arrested by the Public Ministerio on money laundering charges. He was held for several weeks in a Honduran prison, while his family was attempting to obtain his release. He fell ill and, after police officials realized the severity of his condition, they transported him to a hospital. Authorities claim that Dr Sebi died of complications of pneumonia on  August 6th 2016, en route to Hospital D’Antoni. The length of his time in custody and the poor condition of the jail may have contributed to his death.

The Truth

Some of his followers question the circumstances of his arrest and death. They claim that there was a conspiracy to silence him because his teachings differed from the medical establishment and threatened the pharmaceutical industry. However, we are also aware that Dr Sebi was about to release the cure to HIV aids to the world… This was something big Pharma were completely against, considering they wanted to continue to make money from the treatment of HIV. There’s no money in the cure. 

The Cure For HIV Aids

In 1988 Dr Sebi was sued for false advertisement and practice without a license after he placed a number of ads in newspapers- including the New York Post. He took on the Attorney General of New York head on in a Supreme Court trial. Before the trial began he was asked to produce a witness per disease he alleged to have cured. After 77 people joined him in court, he was declared not guilty and therefore proved in fact, that he cured all diseases mentioned in the press.

Nipsey Hussle

After the death of Nipsey Hussle, many theories circulated around his death which linked him to Dr Sebi.
Some people believe that the rapper Nipsey Hussle was murdered because he was working on a documentary about Dr Sebi.

Nipsey Hussle believed in Dr Sebi’s knowledge.

Nipsey Hussle’s song Blue Laces 2, from 2018 album Victory Lap, contains a lyric which references Dr Sebi’s death.

“They killed Dr Sebi, he was teaching health,” the rapper says.

He was in the process of making a documentary about Dr Sebi’s trial in the 1980s.

Following the news of his death, actor Nick Cannon indicated that he would finish the Dr Sebi documentary.