Grandma, Mom, Daughters Launch Plant-Based Wellness Products

Meet the founders of MoR Essentials LLC — Tee Hardaway and Hannelore Gome, their mother, Michee Harris, and their 90-year old gr
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Meet the founders of MoR Essentials LLC — Tee Hardaway and Hannelore Gome, their mother, Michee Harris, and their 90-year old grandmother, Louise Harris.

With the launch of their newest plant-based product called Roil Teas, this Black family-owned company aims to deliver the goodness of natural herbs to as many people as possible especially in Black and minority communities.

The product launch is in line with the company’s goal of creating awareness about multipurpose medicinal essential oils and supplements for the soul. “Our mission is to prioritize health awareness and educate minorities on the importance of an herbal regimen,” said Michee.

There has been a steady growth in the demand for essential oils as more people are looking to harness their immense benefits. According to a recent report, the supplement and essential oil industry is estimated to be worth over $60 billion dollars as demand from consumers continues to increase amid the current pandemic.

The latest survey by the Council of Responsible Nutrition (CRN) shows an increase in supplement consumption with 51% of supplement users taking herbal and botanical food supplements.

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