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Published: 17 years ago
 
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Re: sea salt


According to Dr. "Batman" it helps both.

Definitely read the Water Cure book:
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0446690740/qid=112405...

Here's some info from the WaterCure.com site:

http://www.watercure.com/wow/wonders_of_water.html

DIABETES

"Water prevents and helps to cure early adult-onset diabetes.
Adult-onset diabetes is another adaptive state to severe dehydration of the human body. To have adequate water in circulation and for the brain's priority water needs, the release of insulin is inhibited to prevent insulin from pushing water into all body cells. In diabetes, only some cells get survival rations of water. Water and some salt will reverse adult-onset diabetes in its early stages.

Not recognizing adult-onset diabetes as a complication of dehydration will, in time, cause massive damage to the blood vessels all over the body. It will cause eventual loss of the toes, feet and legs from gangrene. It will cause eye damage, even blindness."

Also, something I have heard will cure just about any case of diabetes, is organic blackstrap molasses: 1-2 Tbsps per day. It's the mineral content which helps. Interesting to note the correlation with the high mineral content of Celtic Sea Salt . Perhaps it is the minerals that is the key.

HYPERTENSION

"Water prevents and helps to cure high blood pressure.
Hypertension is a state of adaptation of the body to a generalized drought, when there is not enough water to fill all the blood vessels that diffuse water into vital cells. As part of the mechanism of reverse osmosis, when water from the blood serum is filtered and injected into important cells through minute holes in their membranes, extra pressure is needed for the "injection process." Just as we inject I.V. "water" in hospitals, so the body injects water into tens of trillions of cells all at the same time. Water and some salt intake will bring blood pressure back to normal!

Not recognizing hypertension as one of the major indicators of dehydration in the human body, and treating it with diuretics that further dehydrate the body will, in time, cause blockage by cholesterol of the heart arteries and the arteries that go to the brain. It will cause heart attacks and small or massive strokes that paralyze. It will eventually cause kidney disease. It will cause brain damage and neurological disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease."
 

 
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