Those who control the food controls the people
Those who control the water controls life
Think about this!
95% of the water YOU drink is contaminated!
Characteristics and Risks of water contamination.
Chemical substances are considered to be impurities, ranging from simple inorganic ions to more complex organic molecules. The water pollutants are divided into different classes. Every class of pollutants has its own way to get into the environment and specific danger.
All classes have major pollutants that are known to many people, because of their health effects.
Organic compounds are compounds that consist of long bonds, usually made up of carbon. Many organic compounds are basic building blocks of living organisms. Molecules that are made up of carbon and hydrogen or carbon, and are non-polar and are poorly soluble or insoluble in water. They also have little or no electrical charge. The behavior of organic compounds is dependent on their molecular structure, their size and their shape and the presence of functional groups that are important for the determination of the toxicity. It is important to know the structure of organic substances, in order to predict their behavior in the environment and in organisms. Organic substances that are dangerous to the environment are all man-made and have only existed a hundred years. There are many different types of organic pollutants, examples are:
Hydrocarbon compounds may be divided into two classes, the first are the alkanes with a single compound, double bonded alkenes and triple bonded alkynes (gases and liquids), and the other group are the aromatic hydrocarbons, which contain ring structures (liquids or solids). Aromatic hydrocarbons such as PAH’s are much more reactive than any of the other hydrocarbons from the first class.
PCB‘s are stable and non-reactive liquids which are used as hydraulic fluids, cooling or insulating fluids in transformers. In addition, they are also used in paint. There are many different types of PCBs. PCBs are not soluble in water. PCBs have been banned in many countries.
Insecticides such as DDT’s are very dangerous; they accumulate in the fatty tissues of animals and are passed up the food chain. They have been restricted for decades.
Detergents. These can be both polar and non-polar.
Some inorganic pollutants are not particularly toxic, but are still a danger to the environment because they are used so extensively. These include fertilizers, such as nitrates and phosphates. Nitrates and phosphates cause algal blooms in surface water, which causes the oxygen level of the water falls sharply. The micro-organisms that break down algae, namely use a lot of oxygen.
Metals are good conductors of electricity and are often chemical reactions within and positive ions, also known as cations. Metals are natural substances that have consisted through weathering of ore bodies, where they were deposited during volcanic action. They can be moved to places where they can inflict great damage to the environment. Examples of metals include lead, zinc, manganese, calcium and potassium. They can be found in surface waters in their stable ionic form. Unnatural metals can be very dangerous, because they often come from man-made nuclear reactions and can be strongly radioactive. Metals can react to dangerous products with other ions. They are often involved in electron transfer reactions involving oxygen. This can lead to the formation of toxic oxygen radicals. Metals can metalloids (radical metal) form and then bind to form of organic substances to lipophilic substances. These are highly toxic and are stored in the fat stores of animals and humans. Heavy metals are the most dangerous metals. They have a density greater than 5 and are therefore called heavy. Metals can not be broken down into less harmful components, as they are not biodegradable. The only organisms that can do to prevent damage to focus on heavy metals is to store them in body tissues. Organisms need metals, they are essential to the health and are usually essential components of enzymes.
The half-life of radioactive isotopes and the way they expire determine how dangerous they are to humans. All radioactive isotopes are created by people in the industry. Are still debates going on about whether the benefits of nuclear energy outweigh the disadvantages of radiation. When an atom of a radioactive substance expire, there may be four kinds of particles: alpha, beta or gamma radiation and neutrons. Alpha particles can only cover a short distance through air and human tissues, but they can because of their large mass very damaging if they collide with cells.
Alpha particles are positively charged.
Beta particles can penetrate better through the air and human tissue, but less damage than alpha particles, beta particles are negatively charged.
Gamma rays are highly penetrating. The damage that they can focus on is similar to that of beta rays.
Neutrons are liberated through radiation and react through collisions with other elements. They form the basis for nuclear fission in a nuclear reactor. The radioactivity of a substance is measured in bequerels, but this is not a measure of the amount of tissue damage caused by radiation. Therefore, the amount of radiation causing 1 kg of tissue 1 joule of energy is now expressed in grays. Various types of radiation can cause damage in different ways, because the radiation in different ways in the fabric is incorporated. This is expressed in Sieverts. A certain amount of alpha radiation can do twenty times as much damage as the same amount of beta radiation. Radioactive matter is to be stored for long periods of time, in order to remove the danger. How long it needs to be stored will depend on the half-life of the isotopes. The half-time is the time required to let the half of the number of atoms of a radioactive isotope to decay.
How come the water contamination in the environment?
The discharge of waste water is a major source of pollution. Household and industrial waste through sewer systems discharged into surface water. In some cases industrial waste is discharged directly into surface water. The quality of the waste water will depend on the impurities contained in the waste water and also the extent to which the waste water is treated before it comes into contact with the surface water. Domestic sewage mainly consists of paper, soap, urine, faeces and (af) detergents. Industrial waste water is highly varied in composition, which depends on the type of process where the water is used for. Heavy metals are associated with mining and smelting of metals, chlorophenols and fungicides with pulp mills, insecticides with mothproofing factories, several different organic chemicals with the chemical industry and radioactive substances with nuclear power plants. On land the releases of industrial waste are closely controlled, but offshore oil extraction lead and manganese to a direct discharge of pollutants into the sea. Radioactive waste is dumped into the sea in large concrete barrels to decay there, but often the barrels after a while often defects. Industrial waste (water) is illegally shipped to sea to dump it, many manufacturers find it too expensive namely to purify this water there.
Oil is discharged into the sea through oil tankers and pesticides are added to the water to control aquatic pests. The paint breaks on ships off during long journeys and eventually ends up in the sea.
During the growth period of crops nitrates and phosphates are absorbed by plants, but plants die when these substances are released into the soil and will often end up in surface water. Except for the deliberate causes of surface water pollution, pollutants can also enter the water environment accidentally, for instance through atmospheric deposition. Pesticides can easily reach the surface in this way, because they are applied in the form of drops or spray. Pollutants present on land can enter surface water through heavy rainfall or infiltrate into the soil and enter surface water through groundwater. The effects of pollutants are noticed mostly in small inland seas and lakes. Because the oceans have a natural dilution system for incoming pollutants, whereas lakes have no effective outlet. Therefore, the degree of degradation and precipitation in the removal of contaminants from the water.
How do people react to contaminants?
When a contaminant enters the body of an organism, it can cause a number of changes. These changes can or the protection of the organism from adverse effects have as a goal, or do not do it correctly. The first reaction of an organism for contamination is to bring a protective mechanism in motion. In most cases, these mechanisms maintain the detoxification of impurities, but in some cases they produce active components which may cause more damage to the cell than the original pollutant. A further comment is in order to reduce the availability of these impurities by binding to another molecule in order to store or to separate them from then on. Next to protective mechanisms an organism can also bring a mechanism into action that repairs damage that has caused contamination. The reactions to the toxicity and the inclusion of impurities are not only depend on the contamination which enters the body, but also of the relevant organism.
What general effects of water pollution on people?
Water pollutants can have different effects on organisms, always depending on the pollutant and the organism. Here the general effects of pollution are discussed.
Many substances that enter the body of an organism, they are known to cause damage to the DNA. These substances are known as genotoxins, due to their genotoxic effect. Usually a natural repair system in an organism sure when the DNA is damaged by pollution, it returns to its normal state, but when, for whatever reason, goes awry, cells with damaged DNA from dividing. Are then mutated cells is created and therefore the defect can spread, whereby the progeny of the organism to have serious defects, which are often very damaging to the health. Examples of genetic toxins are PAH’s, aflatoxin and vinyl chloride. For all these genotoxins applies that it is not the not the original substance that reacts with DNA, as they are quite stable. Highly reactive short-lived products formed by enzymes of the original substance, cause these reactions.
Contain some contaminants are carcinogenic, which means that they can cause cancer in the body of humans and animals. Carcinogenic pollutants are pollutants that play a role in one or more of the stages of the development of cancer in an organism. Pollutants can be inductors; This means that they enter cancer-forming properties in the cells of an organism. They can also be promoters, and promote the growth of cells with cancer-forming properties. Finally, they can be progressors, they stimulate unrestrained division and spreading of cancer cells. When one of these three types is not present, cancer can not occur. When cancer cells are malignant, they can quickly move through the human body, whereby they can cause defects to healthy cells and immune mechanisms. They will destroy normal body cells and cause cancer in organs and body systems.
The nervous system of organisms is very sensitive to the toxic effects of chemicals, for both the naturally occurring and man-made chemicals for the. Chemicals that cause neurological effects are called neurotoxins. Examples of dangerous neurotoxins are insecticides. Neurotoxins all disturb the normal transmission of impulses along nerves or across synapses. The effects of neurotoxicity are diverse. There may be uncoordinated muscular tremors and convulsions, poor or non-functioning of nerves and transmissions, dizziness and depression, or even malfunction of body parts. Neurotoxicity can be so serious, that synapses are blocked. Synaptic block causes death as a result of paralysis of the diaphragm and the failure of the respiratory system.
Disruption of energy conversion
Energy transformation in organisms is done through mitochondria in the cell. On the mitochondrion ATP–molecules are produced, which transfer energy through the body of an organism. When ATP productie is disturbed the energy transport stops. This will make an organism tired and lifeless and unable to function normally.
Disruption of reproduction
Contaminants that disrupt by means of the damage of the reproductive organs, the reproduction, are called endocrine disruptors. There are a number of ways in which a pollutant as an endocrine disruptor can occur. Firstly, as an estrogen chemical. This is a chemical that can imitate by an estrogen binding to an estrogen receptor. This results in the setting in motion of estrogenic processes, which ensure that the reproduction of an organism is disturbed. An oestrogenic chemical can also block the effects of endogenous oestrogens by binding to the estrogen receptor. This causes the masculinization of female bodies. It is also possible that there are female reproductive chemicals are found in male organisms.
There are also chemicals that block the hormone receptors. In such a case can be restrained to the normal operation of the hormone, because the hormone can not react with the receptor. When this cause occurs over a longer time, it can infertility.
All behaviors are vulnerable to alteration by pollutants. Food levels can be used up, resulting in reduced production. The vulnerability to humans may increase, due to a decrease in vigilance. In this way, the resulting effects of impurities on the behavior in a decreased production and increased mortality rates.
A common consequence of a result is a loss of appetite and take in less food. Due to the effect of pollution on information processing and learning, search strategy and sensory systems.
One must always bear in mind that contaminants have the property to act on each other.
24 Doctors With The Courage To Tell The Truth About Pure Water.
Dr. Allen Banik
“Distilled water is the greatest solvent on earth. (It is) the only water that can be taken into the body without damage to the tissues. What we as scientists and the public have never realized is that minerals collected in the body from water are all inorganic minerals, which cannot be assimilated (digested) by the body. The only minerals that the body can utilize are the organic minerals (from fruits and vegetables). All other types of minerals are foreign substances to the body and must be disposed of or eliminated. Today, many progressive doctors prescribe distilled water to their patients. All kidney machines operate on distilled water.”
Allen E. Banik, M.D. Author, “The Choice is Clear”
Dr. Paul Bragg
“The greatest damage done by inorganic minerals (hard)—plus waxy cholesterol and salt—is to the small arteries and other blood vessels of the brain (75% water). Hardening of the arteries and calcification of blood vessels starts on the day you start taking inorganic chemicals (and minerals from tap water) into our bodies.”
“When distilled water enters the body, it leaves no residue of any kind. It is free of salts and sodium. It is the most perfect water for the healthy functioning of the kidneys(83% water). It is the perfect liquid for the blood(83% water), the ideal liquid for the efficient functioning of the lungs(86% water), stomach, liver(85% water) and other vital organs. Why? Because it is free of all inorganic minerals. It is so pure that all liquid drug prescriptions are formulated with distilled water. Dr. Paul Bragg, N.D. Ph.T., from his book: “The Shocking Truth About Water”
Dr. James Balch
“There is only one water, and that is clean, steam distilled water. No other substance on our planet does so much to keep us healthy and get us well as water does.” Dietary Wellness; 1993 Dr. James Balch, M.D.
Dr. C.W. DeLacy Evans
“Used as a drink, distilled water is absorbed directly into the blood, the solvent properties of which it increases to such an extent that it will keep in solution salts already existing in the blood, prevent their undue deposit in various organs and structures, favor their elimination by the various excreta, and tend to remove these earthy compounds which have already accumulated in the body . . . There is no doubt as to the high value of distilled water used freely as a retarder of the ossifying conditions which appear to constitute the condition of old age.” —C.W.
DeLacy Evans, M.D., in his book, How To Prolong Life
Dr. Teofilio de la Torre
“Instead of drinking the hard water of springs or the chlorinated water of the cities, it will be to our advantage to drink distilled water . . . to prevent calcification of the body.”
Dr. Charles McFerrin
“Distilled water is ’empty’ water – a hungry water, a water capable of absorbing body poisons. You have had the experience of trying to use an old post office blotter on the desk. Everybody had used it and it is so full of ink that it will not suck up any more. So it is with a ‘full’ water, a water full of chlorine, aluminum, etc. Such water does not have the capacity of absorbing body impurities.” —Dr. Charles McFerrin, writing in the July 1955 issue of Nature’s Path.
Dr. Alexander Graham Bell
Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, recognized the health value of distilled water, and claimed that its daily use prolonged his life. Afflicted and bed-ridden with sciatica, Dr. Bell could find no relief for the pain. The attack came just as he was investigating the deposit of salts in the human system. A well-known scientist had written a book in which he said that old age came from such deposits, and that the ills of advanced years were due to the lack of their elimination. He believed that when such deposits went to the joints, man had rheumatism. When they went to the kidneys, he had kidney trouble and stones in the urinary organs; and when they lodged in the arteries, they produced what is called hardening of the arteries. In the same way when such deposits coated the nerves, they caused sciatica. Dr. Bell wrote: “I knew that distilled water was pure. I thought that if I drank plenty of it, I could get rid of some of the salts that were covering my sciatic nerves. I tried drinking it and it worked like a charm. I have kept up my drinking of distilled water and I attribute my almost perfect health largely to it.”
—Dr. Alexander Graham Bell
Dr. Robert W. Flinchbaught
“The evidence that distilled water acts as a solvent within the body, dissolving the inorganic mineral deposits, is very important. A growing body of evidence suggests that distilled water dissolves and removes these disease – causing minerals and flushes out the hundreds of dangerous chemicals that have been taken into the body as well. Distilled water is not only free from pollutants, but it apparently helps remove them as well from the cells of the body, thus purifying the body so that it can function as it should. —Dr. Robert W. Flinchbaught, from “Pure Water is Life”
Dr. David C. Kennedy
“Even tap water invariably contains a variety of poisons such as chlorine, chloramine, asbestos, pesticides, fluoride, copper, mercury, and lead. The best way to remove all these contaminants is by distilling.” —David C. Kennedy, D.D.S.: ‘How To Save Your Teeth: Toxic-Free Preventitive Dentistry’
Dr. Robert D. Willix, Jr.
“If you decide on bottled water, make sure it’s distilled, (however), in the long run you’ll save money if you clean your water at home. It’s more convenient than hauling gallon jugs from the store. The ‘gold standard’ for purifying your water is a system that distills your water and filters it. You have the comfort of knowing there is no chlorine, fluoride, bacteria, viruses, pesticides, or lead. You get nothing but H2O.” —Robert D. Willix, Jr., M.D.:’Maximum Health’
Dr. John Yiamoyuiannis
“The home distiller is the best method and also the best way to get distilled water. It is the only reliable home water purification for taking fluoride out of the water.” — John Yiamoyuiannis, Ph.D.:’Fluoride: The Aging Factor’
Dr. Charles Mayo
“Water hardness (inorganic minerals in solution) is the underlying cause of many, if not all, of the diseases resulting from poisons in the intestinal tract. These (hard minerals) pass from the intestinal walls and get into the lymphatic system, which delivers all of its products to the blood, which in turn, distributes to all parts of the body. This is the cause of much human disease.” —Dr. Charles Mayo of the Mayo Clinic.
Dr. Peter A. Lodewick
“The only type of water that seems to be fit for consumption is distilled water, which is water that is absolutely free of any minerals or chemicals. Distilled water is made pure by first being heated to the point of vaporization, so that all of the ‘impurities’ are left behind. Then, the water vapor is condensed. The process results in water that is in its purest form. Distillation is the single most effective method of water purification.” —Peter A. Lodewick, M.D.:’A Diabetic Doctor Looks at Diabetes’
Dr. Norman W. Walker
People who say that Distilled Water leaches minerals out of the body are, therefore, correct only in this respect. This is only 50% of the truth. It is virtually impossible for Distilled Water to separate minerals, which have become an integral part of the cells and tissues of the body. Distilled water collects ONLY the minerals which remain in the body, minerals discarded from natural water AND from the cells, the minerals which the natural water originally collected from its contact with the earth and the rocks. Such minerals, having been rejected by the cells of the body are of no constructive value. On the contrary, they are debris which distilled water is capable of picking up and eliminating from the system. —Dr. Norman W. Walker, from “Water Can Undermine Your Health”
Dr. John Christopher
“Water is so valuable to the entire system of the human body that it is wise to use only the BEST. Use pure steam distilled water for health and well being.” —Dr. John Christopher, from “Regenerative Diet”
Dr. Paul Conn
“When one drinks impure, dirty water, the body acts as a filter, trapping a percentage of the solids suspended in the water. A filter eventually becomes clogged and useless – fit only to be thrown away. The human body might well face the same fate. But the basic point – that only distilled water avoids mineral buildups in the body – is an inarguable one. The deposits, which build up in a teakettle from repeated use, are traces of minerals left behind as the water evaporates. Distilled water leaves no such traces – in a teakettle or in the human body. It is true that in most hospitals distilled water is used for newborn infants; distilled water is prescribed for heart patients in many cardiac wards. And it is true that kidney stones and other mineral-like buildups in the body are much more common in the areas where the drinking water has high levels in inorganic minerals – and distilled water has none of those at all. It is without doubt the best water available to man- and the only truly pure water available in our waste-laden society.” —Dr. Paul Conn, from “Not A Drop To Drink”
Dr. Michael Colgan
“The only water likely to be clean is distilled water.” —Dr. Michael Colgan, from “The New Nutrition: Medicine For The Millenium”
Dr. Raymond H. Bishop, Jr.
“Distilled water is safe to drink and should have no adverse effects on your health. Distillation merely removes most of the dissolved materials, which are found in all natural waters.” —Raymond H. Bishop, Jr. M.D. Major General, Commander – Medical Corps. Department of the Army, U.S. Army Health Services Command.
Frank N. Hepburn
“There is nothing about distilled water that would make it harmful for the body. It may be helpful to remember that distilled water is the only water available for crews of Naval vessels at sea.” —Frank N. Hepburn, Chief, Nutrient Data Research Branch, United States Department of Agriculture, Consumer Nutrition Division.
“We drink 90 percent of our illnesses.” —Louis Pasteur
“I have been drinking distilled water since 1981, almost half of my life, and given the choice, would not drink any other type of water. I recommend distilled water to all my friends and relatives and would not do so if I didn’t think it is one of the very healthiest things a person can do. After a full body scan, the doctor told me that I have the cleanest arteries of anyone he has examined of my age. And I have never had a broken bone in my body. (Contrary to quack assertions that calcium and other minerals are “leached” from the body!)” —Nick Pavlica, Director, H2o Labs, Ltd.
Dr. Edward M. Wagner
“Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers are instructed to drink distilled water.” —Dr. Edward M. Wagner, from “How to Stay Out of the Doctor’s Office”
“Distilled water is the purest form available. Distilled water helps to excrete excessive heavy metals from the body.” —Vicki Glassburn, from “Who Killed Candida?” 1991
“If properly maintained, distillers provide a constant supply of high-quality water. Filters and reverse osmosis units, on the other hand, are at their best when first installed, and efficiency inveritably declines with use.” —Jonathon King, author of “Troubled Water”
“To the best of our knowledge, there would not be any adverse health effects from the continued ingestion of distilled water.” —Jack A. Bell – Assistant Director, May 17 1985; American Medical Association; Division of Personal and Public Health Policy;
Dr. Clifford C. Dennison
“There’s no absolute medical proof that drinking DISTILLED WATER will cure arthritis, heart disease, high blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, or any other dozens of infirmities that humans suffer. There’s no absolute proof that drinking DISTILLED WATER will remove kidney and gall stones, reduce cataracts or cure emphysema. But, there are hundreds of case histories of people who have enjoyed success in alleviating or overcoming these health problems when they began drinking DISTILLED WATER exclusively.” —Dr. Clifford C. Dennison, Ed. D., an Associate Professor at Lee College in Cleveland, Tennessee, and a lifelong water researcher and expert.
Dr. Ron Kennedy
“Now as to the argument that distilled water leaches out minerals. This is true, and this is exactly what we want it to do. The minerals it leaches out are of the unusable, ionic form and we want these to leave the body rather than be deposited and cause disease. Distilled water does not leach out significant amounts of biologically available minerals because these are quickly taken up by the body on an as needed basis. If they are present in excess then they are filtered through the kidneys and this is exactly what needs to happen with all things which are in excess in the circulation. Distilled water cleanses the body through promoting healthy kidney function.” —Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Dr. Andrew Weil
“You can try drinking bottled distilled water if you like. It’s water that has been turned into steam so its impurities are left behind. The steam is then condensed to make pure water. The process of distillation kills and removes virtually all bacteria, viruses, heavy metals, and other organic and inorganic contaminants. Once distilled, the water is as pure as water can reasonably be. While it’s true that distillation removes minerals as it eliminates various other contaminants from water, I don’t feel this is a problem. We get our minerals from food, not water.
As far as acidity goes, distilled water is close to a neutral pH and has no effect on the body’s acid/base balance. Distilled water is safe to drink, and the kind of water I use myself.”
The Importance Of Distilled Water In Aging by Dr. Chester Handley.
As our body begins to age, there are several things that happen. Cell don’t produce as well, the body doesn’t digest as well, the body does not absorb as well and the body does not eliminate as well. And areas of the body begin to feel pain and have sore spots that we never had before. One of the major causes of pain is the over consumption of grain in older people. It is softer, easier to eat and appears to be more easily digested. Well the true reality is that it is no benefit to the aging body at all and leaves an acidic residue that gets deposited in the joints which is the number one reason for arthritic pain. Many years ago when I was doing research on distilled water, I discovered that contrary to all the stories out there, distilled water does not take a single thing out of the body that the body needs. It never takes anything out of a cell. Everything that is cellularly locked remains within the body, but it is the greatest tool in the world for cleaning out the bloodstream, which is the only function water really has…to wash out, cleanse and purify the bloodstream. Remember that the bloodstream is primarily an organ of transport. People think of it as a liquid rather than an organ, but it is an organ. It transports nutrients, oxygen and red blood cells throughout the body and carries away waste products and carbon dioxide.
Distilled water has been evaporated into a vapor, split apart into a molecule of hydrogen and oxygen, turning them into a gas that rises up in to the atmosphere, then cooled back down and condensed back in to water. The same process happens in a distillery when it distills water. It heats up the water in to a gas, all the impurities are left behind, all the waste products are left behind, then it is condensed and turned back into pure water and becomes the ultimate pure water because of one very important factor that is not present in any other water…it is molecularly unstable. It means that when it goes in your bloodstream it breaks apart easier and latches on to debris, waste products and unwanted materials that are floating round in your bloodstream.
It is also one of the best ways there is for reducing blood pressure. I made up two charts years ago when I was doing my studies on body detoxification with distilled water, from 1865 to 1965. In 1865, diseases that ranked in the high 30’s and low 40’s became the first four killers in 1965…and they were all cardiovascular. I then made another chart from 1865 to 1965 to show the reduction in the use of drinking rainwater. The two charts were virtually biometrically opposite. As people quit drinking rainwater, cardiovascular diseases went up. When the blood vascular system is clean you have less headaches, you have less pain, you have more oxygen and nutrients available for the body and more healing capacity for the body. It has been almost twenty years ago now that a man came down to my office that had arthritis so bad he could hardly get out of a straight backed chair. His pain was excruciating. We put him on the detoxification program, took him off of all grain in his diet, instructed him to eat only fruit, vegetables, protein and meat products, and put him on distilled water every half hour while he was awake. It is hard to believe a month later this same man was out working in his garden having the time of his life. I cannot emphasize enough the importance of drinking distilled water for cleansing the blood stream, for reducing arthritic pain and lowering blood
pressure. It has also been known to reduce cholesterol and triglycerides. In fact, the only effect on the body is health. There are rules of thumb on how much water to drink. The rule of thumb on a normal day is one half your body weight in ounces per day. If you are sweating and exerting yourself you should drink more, not less. We have a tendency to grab pop, coffee, Kool-Aid and juices, but we need to get back to the habit of grabbing distilled water.
To give you an example of what this means, if you are a man and you weigh 200 pounds, you should be drinking a minimum of 100 ounces of distilled water throughout the day. There is an interesting side note for people that like to study. Job, which is the oldest book of the bible, I believe it is in the 36th chapter, said God took up the water, distilled it, and poured it out abundantly on man. The logical argument is who knows better what we need than the creator, and he gave us distilled water.
“The Distilled Water Cure” by Otoman Hanish, M.D., D.D. printed 1946 by The British Mazdaznan Association
Often times the blood becomes tainted and needs to be purified.
There is only one way of washing the blood and that is by means of dead water, undiluted water, distilled water which contains no life organism, chemicals or similar substances. It has to be dead water, i.e. water condensed from steam. Distilled water, by virtue of its weight: effects a one pound pressure upon the minerals and acids which clog the bloodstream; it presses them right through the system. Even in a short time it eliminates appreciable quantities of impurities from the blood. There is no hard and fast rule as to how to take The Cure; it may be taken quickly or slowly, hot or cold. It is left entirely to the individual to decide according to temperament and physical condition. The main thing is to obtain the necessary pressure and to ensure that two cups are always taken at one time – a total of seven pints per day. This is quite easy of accomplishment if the quantity is systematically regulated as follows:
1. On awakening take two cups.
2. Another two cups shortly before breakfast.
3. Two cups in the middle of the morning.
4. Two more 20 to 30 minutes before the mid-day meal.
5. Two cups in the middle of the afternoon.
6. Another two cups 20 to 30 minutes before dinner.
7. The last two cups in the evening shortly before retiring.
Anthony W. van Voorst
“Pure Water is the Universal language of the Matrix we call Reality”
Next, a list of Detox symptoms, it is VERY important that you do not confuse these with the idea that the distilled water is making you ill.
When you read the different doctors describe how distilled water melts garbage inside of you, make sure you understand that this translates into real world events. As in, garbage WILL start to pour out of you! It has to come out! But better out than in, right??? So this means, you WILL have detox symptoms. And everybody is different as to how they detox, where they detox, and what they detox. It all depends on what YOU have ingested and inhaled your whole life and what routes your body chooses to eject the garbage.
It could be…
RASHES IN STRANGE PLACES
PIMPLES IN STRANGE PLACES
SMELLY ARM PITS
But these are all GOOD things, be thankful that garbage is leaving.
And know that is only temporary 😎