The film is, to me, more about two people trying to heal themselves than fall in love.
For centuries, shamans have used iboga to rid people of evil spirits and heal the sick.
Jane Spencer reports on how she became a political symbol—and the surgery to heal the damage.
An apology from the president of the United States would go a long way to heal some of the still fresh wounds of war.
Laws alone will not be enough to heal the plague of gun violence.
I suspect it was but another shape of the virtue that went forth to heal.
If I am to heal this poor sufferer, I must be provided with an armchair.
All the pictures of Time represent him with a scythe to cut, but I never saw any picture of Time with a case of medicines to heal.
And did the wound suppurate, or heal by the first intention?
His wounds were never so serious, but the doctor said the bones were badly smashed and take longer to heal.
v. healed, heal·ing, heals
To restore to health or soundness; cure.
To become well; return to sound health.