Yo, we're Jungle Love Herbs!
We specialize in high quality herbs and natural body care products. Shop small quantity and bulk herbs. As well as natural skincare and bath products.
MEET THE OWNER
Jungle Love Herbs is the brainchild of Founder/Owner
Natasha "TK" King-Flournoy.
Natasha was born and raised on the Northside of Chicago by her late mother and grandmother, Kathy King, and Catherine King in East Rogers Park.
Her mother taught her how to hustle at an early age. Her mom is actually the first person to introduce her to entrepreunership. Kathy attended cosmotology school where she became a skilled hair stylist. She would do clients hair in her home and she also ran a small candy store out of here apatment in Rogers Park. Observing this sparked Natsha's curiousity for entreprenuership and independence.
Inspired by the nickname given to the neighborhood by some of the locals (The Jungle), she uses the name in conjunction with the titles of one her favorite songs, "Jungle Love" performed by Morris Day & the time! Her Grandmother "Mrs. King" was a Phenomenal gardener. Winning several community garden competitions. She was highly respected by many in her community. Mrs. King used any opportunity she could to teach Natasha the ropes of urban gardening. This would later result in Natasha's fascination with herbs and Natural Healing. In 2018, Natasha dove in headfirst when she began studying herbalism, gardening, Alternative Medicines, and other natural remedies. She hasn't turned back sense.
Jungle Love Herbs LLC was formed in April 2020.
Natasha and her Husband Jay have been married for 7 years and have been together for 15 years. They have 4 awesome children and currently reside in Rogers Park.
We are a family owned + black owned business.
Thank you all for your support 💚🌿
10% of each order will go towards the
Catherine King Green Spark Foundation.
Our goal is to educate our youth with programs geared towards:
“I'm not saying I'm gonna rule the world or I'm gonna change the world, but I guarantee you that I will spark the brain that will change the world. And that's our job, It's to spark somebody else watching us. We might not be the ones, but let's not be selfish, and because we not gonna change the world let's not talk about how we should change it. I don't know how to change it, but I know if I keep talking about how dirty it is out here, somebody's gonna clean it up.”
― Tupac Shakur