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Connecting Hearts and Heritage: Alzheimer's Awareness and Juneteenth

By: Diane Green

Hello, I'm Diane Green, the owner and founder of Herbal Kreations. As a Black woman who has faced the challenges of life, including domestic violence, addiction, homelessness and prison, I know firsthand the importance of resilience, community, and the power of holistic healing. This vibrant month brings a special energy, sparking conversations about awareness, togetherness, and making a difference.

Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month is particularly close to my heart because my grandmother had dementia. Watching her struggle with memory loss and cognitive decline was incredibly tough, and it made me realize the importance of holistic approaches to healing.

This month is a reminder to extend kindness and support to the 5.8 million individuals grappling with Alzheimer's disease in the U.S. alone. While conventional medicine can be vital, we also acknowledge the power of herbal and holistic remedies in enhancing well-being and cognitive function.

Juneteenth is another significant part of June for me. It's a day that commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. It's not just a date on the calendar; it's a moment to honor the resilience and heritage of our Black community, celebrating our journey towards freedom and equality. At Herbal Kreations, we stand in solidarity with Juneteenth celebrations, amplifying the voices of Black entrepreneurs and supporting their endeavors. Together, we uplift each other, fostering unity and empowerment within our communities.

As we embrace this month with open hearts and a commitment to positive change, let's also deepen our understanding of Alzheimer's and take proactive steps to help prevent it. By educating ourselves and supporting each other, we can improve our own well-being and that of our community. Together, we are a powerful force for positive change, spreading empathy and hope to those who need it most.

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