Dr. Sebi’s Products and Therapeutic Package Lists

| December 27, 2014

Dr. Sebi’s Products and Therapeutic Package Lists

You may go to any of these websites to read Dr. Sebi’s products list. While the therapy list isn’t up to date, some of the names only have been slightly altered. I provided more than one link just in case one is no longer accessible and as a means for you to get an idea of how many people support him. I also found websites that are selling his products illegally. Hopefully, these ones are clean.







Supplements and Ingredients

One thing that bothers me about Dr. Sebi is that he doesn’t have all the ingredients on the bottles or any on the lists or on his website. Another concern is that some of these products are edible, and he doesn’t include them on his food recommendation list. As an example, Lino, now known as Lymphalin, is another name for Flaxseed, which of course some of us eat. Strangely, though, Lino isn’t included in Lymphalin’s ingredients. Could it be that he took it out, after all Tonic Electra, as another example, is the same as Iron Plus, yet the batches that I had tasted differently? Strange! He states clearly that “If your favorite food is missing from the list, our research and results have proven that it has no nutritional value and may be detrimental to your health.” Really? This puts Dr. Sebi in danger of being a quack for making such a false statement about “no nutritional value.”

Remember that like certified doctors, he is in this business to make money even though he claimed in the past that he doesn’t make any. Ask him why he doesn’t sell all the “therapy” supplements by themselves. It’s because they are overpriced and cannot be justified otherwise. By the way, I got all the supplements on the therapy list except for Endocrine (DBT). He uses these products to treat ALL diseases, conditions, illnesses, however you want to call them, although his website falsely claims they are “designed for each individual patient.” His office didn’t ask me any special questions to set me apart. If customization isn’t what he had in mind, the statement is bogus because we are different people.

To discontinue my critique, apart from wanting you to be aware of Dr. Sebi’s products in the $1,500-therapeutic package ingredients, I conducted this research to shine light on the fact that some of these products can be consumed safely, yet they’re not on his food recommendation list. For the uses of the products, view the links above or the resources below. I was able to get the ingredients of the supplement bottles I disposed from his office. I corrected some of the apparent spelling errors, which could be why I couldn’t find all the ingredients. The supplements are highlighted in red and the ingredients that are especially for uterine fibroids or female problems are highlighted in blue, except for the links. You are advised to conduct your own research and contact Dr. Sebi’s Office to verify the information here and on other websites as he might not know they have posted the information. (The office is aware that I wanted to publish information about the ingredients of the therapeutic package I used, and this is how I got the e-mailed ingredients.)


Santa Maria (Sage) – uterine stimulant; seasoning (some plants are poisonous)

Blue Vervain – uterine stimulant; a bitter tea or tonic

Bardana (Burdock) – anti-inflammatory and cancer fighting; root is edible and the greens are used as tonic

Elderberry  – cancer fighting; used for wine and food flavoring

Bio Ferro Tonic and Capsules

Yellow Dock – leaves and root are used in salads

Burdock (Bardana) – see above

Elderberry – see above

Cocolmeca (Sarsaparilla) – anti-inflammatory, hormone-like, and stops bleeding; food flavoring

Sarsaparilla  – see above

Bromide Plus Powder

Irish Seamoss (Irish Moss or Carrageen) – blood thinner; whole sea plant edible and used as a binder or stabilizer

Bladderwrack (Fucus) – anti-inflammatory; whole sea plant is edible

Cell Cleanser

Pushiana (Rhamnus pushiana, Cascara Sagrada, or Sacred Bark) – food and beverage flavoring


Pereira (?Pao Pereira) – cancer fighting

Prodijosa – used as a tea

Rutubarb (?Rhubarb) – only the stalks are edible

Chelation 1 (CC4)

Cardo Santo – anti-tumor, resolves blood clots, and stops bleeding; was eaten as a vegetable and is a beverage flavoring

Estro 1 (H1 Female Nourisher)

Turnera (Damiana, Turnera Diffusa) – leaves used for tea and food flavoring

Paeonia (Peony, Paeonia Lactiflora, or Albiflora) – anti-inflammatory and circulatory stimulant; root used for tea

Senecio (Liferoot, Ragwort, or Squaw weed) – douche

Bulgaris ((?Vulgaris) There are numerous forms of Vulgaris, such as thyme and aloe) – uterine stimulant  and anti-inflammatory; edible

Semperverum (?Sempervivum) – anti-inflammatory and treats heavy bleeding; it was blended with wine, but it is no longer recommended

Pinguicula (Bladderworts or Butterworts; carnivorous plant (it eats insects)) – anti-inflammatory and for spasms (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinguicula)

Nepeta Cataria (Catmint, Catnip, or Cataria Vulgaris) – pain reliever; the leaves are edible and are used for tea

Lipoia Tryphylla (?Lippia Triphylla or Lemon Verbena) – food flavoring


Fucus vesiculosus (Bladderwrack) – see above

Green Food Plus

Origa (?Origan, Oregano, or Marjoram) – promotes menstruation (increases bleeding); seasoning

Bladderwrack (Fucus) – see above

Tila (Linden) – helps excessive bleeding, spasms, and bloating; used as a tea or powdered drink

Nopal (stem of the Prickly Pear or Cactus) – anti-inflammatory; used in juices, jellies, candies, teas, and alcoholic drinks (http://www.drugs.com/npp/prickly-pear.html)

Iron Plus

Cardo Santo – see above

Contribo (Birthwort) – anti-inflammatory and induces menses

Hombre Grande (Amargo or Quassia) – the latter is anti-tumor; used to flavor foods and beverages

Bugleweed – premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and heavy bleeding

Gobernadora (Chaparral) – cancer fighting and induces menstruation; used as a tea


Lupulo (Hops) – “estrogenic effect”  and pain reliever; used in beers (is alcoholic)


Hortensia (Hydrangea)

Pushiana – see above

Red Clover – “estrogenic effect,” anti-inflammatory, reduces blood clotting, cancer fighting, hot flashes, breast pain or tenderness, and PMS

Mulato (?Palo Mulato)


Sapo (?Saponaire or Soapwort)

Hombre Grande – see above

Contribo (Birthwort) – see above

Chaparral (Gobernadora) – see above

Valerina (Valerian) – menstrual cramps

Irish Seamoss (Irish Moss or Carrageen) – see above

For further medicinal usages, view the resources:

Major research sites
















Advocates of Dr. Sebi

Advocatesfordrsebi.org supposedly sends out his supplements for free due to people wanting to help those who may not be able to afford them or travel to his healing village in Honduras.

PS: I never used this resource, so I do not know if it is trustworthy. By the way, you have to pay $5 to get on the list of people waiting for free supplies. Do you trust it? How long is the wait? Until you get tired of waiting for the $5 to become $375, $1,500, or a $20,000 surgery? No thank you! I prefer to save my dollars or if necessary, look for my own sponsors. Do your own homework!

PSS: Dr. Sebi expresses in his videos that “The Fig Tree,” owned and operated by his ex-wife, Maa, has nothing to do with him as this website and others claim. (She can’t let him go because it most likely helps her to sell her products.)

I don’t mind stating this because it is suggested by the use of his name (highlighted in the red oval) on its website as the screenshot below indicated on January 2, 2015:

 Is Dr. Sebi's name legally tied to The Fig Tree? If so, why doesn't he inform us?

Is Dr. Sebi’s name legally tied to The Fig Tree? If so, why doesn’t he inform us?

Here’s what The Fig Tree says according to Djehuty on http://www.farrakhanfactor.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=37504:

 Letter of Dr. Sebi.

Letter of Dr. Sebi.

Dr. Sebi’s Recipes




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