Black History Month Vendor Highlight The CoffeeLady31
Owner of The CoffeeLady31, LLC (Mrs. Cecelia Miller)
In honor of Black History Month, we would like to highlight another phenomenal vendor that frequents the Hub City Farmers Market. Mrs. Cecelia Miller is the dynamic force behind The CoffeeLady31, LLC brand. The CoffeeLady31 offers a plethora of wonderful products and services such as freshly roasted coffee, candies, various herbs, and herbal products as well as inspiring empowerment sessions geared particularly towards women.
The overall purpose of The CoffeeLady31 is to ultimately empower the consumer with the necessary goods to provide enjoyment, improvement and overall benefit to the way of life. Mrs. Miller prides herself in delivering quality goods that are hand-made and grown with wholesome products and minimal preservatives and chemicals if any.
Mrs. Miller describes her overall business ventures as “valuable lessons learned”. From her initial business venture in 2001, where she opened a coffee shop, her first storefront business from 2001-2002.
In that of 2016, Mrs. Miller decided to try entrepreneurship once more and opened her coffee/herbal business which is now known as The CoffeLady31, LLC. Currently, she cultivates various holistic products such as essential oils, aluminum, and zinc free deodorant and much more! Mrs. Miller is truly the definition of a “Community Herbalist” and has gained great expertise in the area of herbology and gardening practices in aims to heal others from chronic ailments and disease.
Mrs. Miller stated that in following her passion by being a “Gardner at heart”, and also with a need to help decrease ailments of family and friends. Mrs. Miller started the investment of growing herbs in her home garden. Mrs. Miller states, that her primary reason for creating her herbal products, was to aid in finding treatments for her husband who currently suffers from a skin condition deemed Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) as well as Rheumatoid Arthritis. Mrs. Millers states, that she cultivates routine mixture of products to aid with her husband’s current ailments such as turmeric, holy basil, and ginger to name a few. However, Mrs. Miller does state, that the various herbal remedies she cultivates are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure and or prevent any disease.
In all, The CoffeeLady31 brand created by Mrs. Miller is indeed a wonderful venture to support, where her products and services are offered with a means to satisfy and improve one’s spirit, body, and soul.
For more information check out TheCoffeLady31 Website: www.thecoffeelady31.com