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Harriet’s Botanicals was founded in early 2018 as a response to a need and demand for African sourced organic wellness products for a growing African and diaspora market.

A former investment banker (JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs) has found a new thing to invest in; fighting pain and reproductive health concerns in women.

Harriet Chebet Ng’ok spent over 15 years working in the finance sector at the highest level in the globe. It is a demanding and male dominated field, but she did it well.
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Harriet Chebet Ng'ok: I found the cure for menstrual pain

Harriet Chebet Ng’ok is the founder and owner of Harriet’s Botanicals. The health and wellness startup makes herbal medicines, whose ingredients are sourced from forests in the Kenyan countryside.
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Selected Projects for the Cultural Heritage Seed Fund!

Harriet Ng’ok is an herbalist who is developing health and wellness products using botanicals sourced from the Southern Rift Valley, with a view to bringing them to a growing local and international market.
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Bomet scholar Makes Fortune from Innovative Herbal Medicine Curing Menstrual Pains

Harriet Chebet Ng’ok the owner and founder of Harriet’s Botanical was born and bred in Sotik, Bomet County and upon completing secondary school, she joined the surging number of outbound African students flocking to UK
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Sexual health matters among men are often discussed in hush-hush tones. We have found a way around this.

In the past few weeks, we have been working with Harriet’s Botanicals to highlight reproductive health concerns that both men and women in Kenya face. This is the last piece, and in it, we look at the feedback the company has received from men who have used Tendwet.
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They Took Arorwet and Tendwet… Here Is What Happened

For the past one week, we have been in a conversation with Harriet’s Botanicals on matters concerning fertility and reproductive health; the worries and fears of both men and women. For women, we focused on what to know when trying for a baby and for men, we looked at the three major
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Dear Ladies: Contraceptives Are Killing Your Libido, Causing Period Pain & Messing You Up

A scientific study of 566 women (in Kenya) who are on various birth control regimens like implants and pills found that up-to 63% percent of women using implants were negatively affected by the devices, with most of the ladies experiencing extremely low sexual drives while 57% of women on the pill had the same problem.
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Trying For a Baby? Here Is What You Need To Know

In January 2019, Kenya Fertility Society released some rather worrying medical findings: 1 in 5 Kenyan couples suffer from infertility. The organization went further to say that 15%- 20% of the Kenyan adult population (of reproductive age) need intervention and expert assistance to conceive.
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Time For Men To Talk About Low Sperm Count, Low Libido and Erectile Dysfunction

There are three aspects of a man’s reproductive health that worry him more than all the other possible conditions that he might have to face: sexual erectile dysfunction, low libido and low sperm count. The three conditions keep most men awake at night.
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