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Klaus Ferlow

April 06th, 2016

One of the first to introduce and manufacture herbal products made from the Indian Neem tree, German Canadian Klaus Ferlow has penned Neem:Nature’s Healing Gift to Humanity (Neem Research 2016). In the book he traces his discovery of of the healing properties of Neem and his journey to make Neem products available to North Americans. As a teenager, Ferlow had developed a stubborn case of psoriasis, which was resistant to all conventional and alternative medicines he tried. That changed when he encountered a plant that healers in India had been using for millenia – made from the Neem tree. As a manufacturer of botanicals, Ferlow was favourably situated to begin manufacturing a variety of Neem products for the North American market as early as 1994. In 2013, he founded Neem Research to promote and preserve the Neem tree. Klaus Ferlow lives in Mission, B.C. 978-0993727504

2 Responses to “Klaus Ferlow”

  1. Klaus Ferlow says:

    My book “Neem: Nature’s Healing Gift to Humanity” is now published and for more information please check these links:
    http://www.neemresearch.ca, https://www.facebook.com/neemresearch,https://twitter.com/NeemResearch and https://plus.google.com/113549744807884498503/posts
    Klaus Ferlow, author

  2. Klaus Ferlow says:

    Writing the manuscript for my book became a labor of love and passion and the Neem tree offers better plant health, human health, animal health, and environmental health and every person on the planet will benefit from it in the future! The United Nations declared the Neem tree as “The tree of the 21st Century!”
    The book is now available on 11 amazon websites inclusive Canada, http://www.amazon.ca/book-neem-natures-healing-humanity/dp/0993727506, see neemresearch.ca

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