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13 Black Woman-Owned Apothecaries That Will Get Your Chakras All The Way In Alignment

What you water will grow and nobody knows that better than these Black women business owners.

Wellness

Over the past decade, herbal healing has made a major transition into the mainstream world and although smudging, meditation, and crystal work may be a new concept for many of us, there are many Black women who have been making waves in the wellness world for a very long time.

Thanks to all-natural medicine, big pharma isn't our only solution to day-to-day medical problems and these Black apothecary owners are making access to skincare, haircare, and healthcare easier, one tincture at a time.

What you water will grow and nobody knows that better than these Black women business owners. With a wide variety of herbs, crystals, and oils, these natural magicians have all the tools you need to get your chakras all the way in alignment.

Scroll below for 13 Black female-owned apothecary shops that you can shop right now.

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