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    A Perfect Healing, Inc.



    A health based non-profit emphasizing vegetarian/vegan foods and supplements in recovery from disease. Education services on website (Nutritional Healing Clearinghouse from A to Z) suggesting organic vegetarian/vegan foods and omission of conventionally grown plants and animals in recovery from specific diseases. Environmentally concerned.
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    Address:
    P.O. Box 601133
    N. Miami Beach , FL 33160
    USA
    Contact Person: Yoheved Friedland
    E-Mail: Yoheved@aperfecthealing.org
    Website: http://www.aperfecthealing.org
       


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    Welcome to A Perfect Healing, Inc. We are a publicly supported health-based non-profit, dedicated to the promotion and distribution of organically grown foods and nutritional supplements in the recovery from disease; the education, promotion, and availability of organic gardening and farming in growing our own foods; and as a database and clearinghouse of information about (organic) foods and nutritional supplements in the treatment of disease.

    The original ?founding fathers and mothers? of A Perfect Healing, Inc. were actually three individuals who were, themselves, suffering from disease. It is from their own struggles with recovery that this organization was born. Having had unfortunate experiences with modern medicine themselves, and witnessing family and friends continue to suffer in spite of aggressive, yet ineffective, medical treatments, these three sought to discover on their own nutritional and phyto-medicinal (plant based) alternatives to modern medicine that could heal, restore health, and prevent disease. This research was further encouraged by years of personal convictions about modern farming and agricultural methods being suspect as a major cause of both chronic and lethal disease, due to the insidious threat to health and the environment that these farming practices create.


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