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Synonyms for heal

Synonyms for heal

to rectify (an undesirable or unhealthy condition)


Synonyms for heal

heal or recover

provide a cure for, make healthy again

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Following this research, Mark plans to gauge the views of doctors on alternative treatments and working with rongoa Maori healers.
As for why this change was made, Supercell says that "In the hands of a skilled attacker, it is not uncommon for a group of Healers to survive the entire battle, hidden behind the Archer Queen and groups of Bowlers.
Joining Sound of Thieves will be the band The Healers, which was formed in 2011 by musicians sharing a great passion for reggae music.
A Cree Healer and His Medicine Bundle: Revelations of Indigenous Wisdom--Healing Plants, Practices, and Stories
Ask the average healthcare consumer, and they will almost certainly be unable to describe the difference between CAM and so-called natural healers.
Access to healers was made possible through the assistance of some informants from these local communities.
The healers are men and they make use of deities of an extra-Kaharingan pantheon referred to locally as dewa.
Their writers aim to elicit a specific response from the target audience in this case soliciting for the services offered by the traditional healers.
Healers say that this practice can treat mental and other diseases.
The revelation of the massive con comes after the Telegraph reported a Coventry Trading Standards warning about faith healers with bogus miracle cure claims earlier this month.
Vipret is a star among a soaring number of healers in Switzerland, and during his lightning visit to Geneva he expects to treat some 300 people eager to experience the 'magic' in his hands.
Innocent people, in this country who believe that so-called faith healers can save them from possession, evil spirits and diseases, despite any evidence, are trapped easily.
Innocent people, who believe that the so-called faith healers can save them from possession, evil spirits and diseases, despite any evidence, are trapped easily.
Hence, this article attempts to analyze whether the recent proclamation is conductive to foster traditional medical knowledge, the attitudes of healers towards the policy and the extent to which the policy has been effective since it came into force first in 1948 and recently in 2010.