Written by Isabella Boston
"Our mission is to help healers heal more people. In that same breath, Earth is one of our greatest healers and we are here to share her gifts with you. – Lorenzo Sevilla, founder of Grateful Earth
Do you believe in the healing power of Mother Earth?
Lorenzo Sevilla does, and he has the passion, heart and research to prove it.
Lorenzo and I share in a common cause, educating others about the natural healing and gifts of Mother Earth. We both believe in the power of gratitude and in sharing these blessings with all of you. It is with great honor and pleasure that I share his story, life, and important mission to you.
Lorenzo's journey began years ago when he was young. He had a cousin named Jaycee who he admired and looked up to. Jaycee had been sick most of his life and tragically passed away. “Words cannot express how much I miss his friendship, his guidance, and his voice. For the fun we had and the way I saw him love everyone, I am eternally grateful.” (“About – Grateful Earth”)
His cousin’s death touched him so deeply that he swore to “live for all of those who couldn’t.” It was Lorenzo’s way of “giving back” and showing his gratitude to Mother Earth and to our Creator. He founded Grateful Earth with a heartfelt mission to radiate love and light into the lives of others and to empower people through the power of all the things good in this Universe. “Grateful Earth exists to honor the union between our gratitude and the Earth…gratitude is a powerful medicine,” wrote Lorenzo from his official store and site. He goes on to say, “You cannot feel anger, worry, stress, fear, or any negative emotion when you’re in a state of gratefulness.”
"We believe the Earth is a living, breathing temple...and we are grateful for the powerful gifts that Earth gives us.
Lorenzo’s beliefs are supported through careful and well-proven scientific research. He has years of experience from working at a brain health company. “We treated mental health conditions and brain injuries with nutraceuticals, lifestyle changes, and a variety of mainstream and alternative treatments… [but] we completely failed on harnessing the power of superfoods, adaptogens, herbs, and spices.”
Believing that the healing of the mind, body, and soul should be done holistically, Lorenzo was guided to explore the natural healing powers from the Earth: herbal plants, medicinal mushrooms, and “any gift of the Earth that could potentially have healing powers based on modern research and from my own experiences.”
He began using adaptogens, also called nootropics, in his own teas and coffees. He noticed a tremendous difference is his every day mental function and performance. “I think more clearly now than I ever have. I can feel more mental energy. And I feel restored and reinvigorated. I felt inspired to share this gift with the world.”
And so, he did!
Lorenzo created an amazing coffee brand that not only tastes delicious, but also promotes and supports brain health and cognitive function.
Grateful Earth’s coffee is made with 6 powerful brain-healthy adaptogens:
Well, I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for a tasty cup of high-quality "superfood" coffee straight from Mother Earth!
Coffee never felt so good!
Isabella Boston is a multi-talented writer and the Founder of Bella’s Attic Studio. She has several years of experience in content writing, copywriting, and social media strategies. She is the author of the romantic and rare memoir, Passion of Flames. Isabella is currently working to spread awareness on the dangers and inhumanity of human sex trafficking. She has special interests in fashion and beauty, health and wellness, and natural healing as it pertains to the body, mind and soul. When Isabella is not writing, she enjoys playing the violin, learning new languages (currently Italian), and reading books of substance.
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