This New Orleans based black-owned business offers a line of botanical-based wellness. The line also includes organic natural skincare and crystal healing offerings. It supports physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Its founder, Amina Desselle, is a qualified Researcher, Interviewer, Facilitator, Community Engagement and Art Educator, Event Coordinator, and also a trained Medical Sociologist. She has studied the social context of health and illness. She based Antidote on her research on Women’s Health and Chronic Illness. It’s also the result of research on Racial Disparities, Religion, and Spirituality. It incorporates the Social Determinants of Health by using Community-Based and Community-Engaged Research Methods. Antidote offers workshops, projects, training, and creative events. Desselle covers a range of topics for any organization or institution.
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