Monday, November 15, 2010 at 7:00 am (Updated: November 15, 7:04 am)
Evangelist Leonard Heatherly of Rockwood has grown tired of waiting.
Filled with passion and a sense of urgency, both Heatherly and his wife, Janie, are working hard to bring what could be a low-cost cure for malaria to the African people.
Heatherly has been working steadily and progressively to grow wormwood tea in Africa since he started hearing about it in 2006.
Also referred to as artemisia, this herbal tea is grown in China and has been used by the Chinese for thousands of years to control malaria.
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