from Philipe Haydon

Philipe Haydon, CEO, The Himalaya Drug Company, Bangalore, India

“Your book on Neem is a gem. It is a must-read book, enriched with interesting & invaluable experience that recognizes the traditional use of Neem in India. It is well-written and contains sound information that can be easily understood to anyone. The benefits of Neem are well showcased indeed. The compiled information on research institutes, organizations and bibliography is useful ready reckoner for researchers. Congratulation. Enjoyed this one!”

from Scott C. Tips

Scott C. Tips, Esq., President & General Counsel of the National Health Federation, founded 1955, Monrovia, California, USA

Klaus Ferlows well-researched and well-written book on the miraculous healing botanical Neem is more than just a good research and good reading, it can be life-saving. The practical health information found in this book is immediately useful to almost everyone. As Klaus shows us, Neem is the universal healer just as water is the universal solvent.

from Daleen Totten

Daleen Totten, Editor & Publisher, The South African Journal of Natural Medicine, Die Board, South Africa

The leaves of the Neem tree (Azadirachta indica) have long been revered in Ayurvedic medicine for their broad healing properties. Klaus Ferlow describes Neem as “Nature’s Healing Gift to Humanity”, and his book is a passionate celebration of the extraordinary plant and its various uses – from skin care to digestive support. Ferlow was one of the first to introduce the Indian Neem tree to the West and his book traces his own healing journey using this versatile plant, with an extensive guide to using Neem in your own home.

from Darlene Jacuk

Darlene Jacuk, Mission, British Columbia., Canada

“Neem: Nature’s Healing Gift to Humanity” is both a valuable resource tool and a enjoyable read. Klaus Ferlow has written of his personal experience in a friendly manner which engages the reader to learn more about this wonderful healing gift.

A MUST read!

from Katherine Joyce Smith

Katherine Joyce Smith, Editor, The New Zealand Journal of Natural Medicine, Auckland, New Zealand

Klaus Ferlow, one of the world’s noted western herbalists, has for many years worked passionately to bring knowledge of the many benefits of the miraculous Neem tree from India to the West. His new book relates his own fascinating journey but also details the many, many varied Neem applications for personal and planetary healing.


from Dr. John C. Stanford

Dr. John C. Stanford, PhD & Pamela Stanford, Monticello, Florida, USA

Those individuals who are just being introduced to the healing potential of Neem to longtime enthusiasts of the miracle tree, Klaus Ferlow’s newest book“Neem: Nature’s Healing Gift to Humanity”is a must read as it offers a thorough synthesis of the more important Neem books published in the last few decades.

What makes this book special is Klaus’s account of his personal journey through the world of herbal healing, his discovery of Azadirachta indica, and Neem’s subsequent cure of a serious skin disease afflicting the author.

Familiarize yourself with the myriad of beneficial applications of Neem, learn about its economic potential, and take advantage of the extensive reference section.

Bravo, Klaus, well done!

from Doctor Sandra Goodman

Doctor Sandra Goodman, Editor, author & Co-founder Positive Health PH Online, Ramsgate, Kent, United Kingdom

“Neem – Nature’s Healing Gift to Humanity by Klaus Ferlow is an engaging, passionate yet uniquely authorative compendium of Neem’s myriad of properties and gifts to nature and humanity.

A qualified herbalist and concerned environmentalist, author discovered Neem’s effectiveness when it cured his long-term psoriasis; he then went on to formulate effective and environmental friendly products and campaigned for Neem’s introduction, deforestation and protection worldwide. The book uniquely combines, personal, political, botanical and ethnographic information about Neem, comprehensive list of Neem manufacturers, distributors, importer/exporters as well as references to the scientific literature and as such will be treasured by consumers, herbalists, botanists and environmentalists alike.