JAPANESE WATER CURE

JAPANESE WATER CURE

You have heard it before: Drink lots of water to stay healthy.

Now, this from Japan:
My Japanese room-mate has told me that it is fashionable in Japan to drink water immediately upon arising, because Japanese research has shown that this “Water Treatment” can effect a 100% cure for a number of diseases, including:

arthritis

epilepsy

hemorrhoids (piles)

asthma

ear, nose, throat disease

kidney and urinary tract diseases

body aches

eye disease

meningitis

bronchitis

gastritis

menstrual and other female reproductive disorders

cancer

headaches

obesity

constipation

heart disease

tuberculosis

diabetes

heart palpitations

vomiting

diarrhea

high blood pressure

METHOD OF TREATMENT
• Upon arising in the morning, before you brush your teeth, drink 640 ml (approximately 2-1/2 C) water.
• After drinking the water, brush your teeth and gargle, as desired, but wait 45 minutes before eating or drinking anything else.
• After 45 minutes, eat your normal breakfast.
• Avoid eating or drinking for 2 hours during the treatment period.

NOTE: The elderly or infirm, who cannot tolerate 4 glasses of water at once should build up their water intake gradually, from 1/2 C to the recommended 2-1/2 C before breakfast.

Although there are no side effects to this totally natural treatment, in the beginning, you may notice an increased frequency of urination until the body accustoms itself to the new pattern of water intake.

RECOMMENDED SCHEDULE OF TREATMENT
for alleviation or cure

• Arthritis patients should follow the 3 days during the week 1, then begin the full daily treatment in week 2.
• Cancer – 180 days
• Constipation – 10 days
• Diabetes – 30 days
• Gastritis – 10 days
• High Blood Pressure – 30 days
• Tuberculosis – 90 days

Japanese researchers suggest that the Water Treatment be added permanently to one’s daily routine for ongoing benefit.

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20 responses to “JAPANESE WATER CURE

  1. Brat diet helps if you have diarrhea

  2. I’ve just started since the cancer doctor said, i have only 6 months to live. this water process would be a great testimony if it works.
    it’s my last hope.

  3. SUganthi Alagumalai

    I don’t feel comfortable drinking water before brushing. Is it ok to drink after brushing?
    BTW, will the germs in the mouth will reach the intestine, if water is drank without brushing?

  4. hani almubarak

    please send information about treatment cancer by water

  5. Suganthi…

    You can and should scrape your tongue (get a stainless steel tongue scraper) before you drink the water, and that will remove most of the germs from the mouth.

  6. THis is a good question…. will the germs in the mouth will reach the intestine, if water is drank without brushing ?

    I would like to know too :) Thanks

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  8. The germs in your mouth are in you no matter if you brush your teeth or not. Don’t you swallow your saliva?

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  10. I have a question for you folks that are concerned about getting bacteria in your intestines. Do you brush your teeth each time before you have a coke, cup of coffee, lunch, a snack, or chew gum???????????

    • Dee, and others,
      I suppose that what we are suggesting with the question pre-, or post-brushing is that, along with the germs normally found upon the tongue during ones waking hours, upon waking in the morning, there would be an “unusually high number of new growth germs on one’s tongue,” which one wouldn’t have been “actively swallowing” during the night, a higher number than one might swallow along with one’s saliva, soda, coffee, etc., at other intervals during one’s waking hours.

      I brush first and then drink. What is the difference? Are the health benefits minimized by this? why? and what are the reasons not to postpone until after brushing? I, for one, do not swallow upon brushing, as I’m not particularly fond of drinking fluoride, a devastating drug found in toothpaste. So, if I’m not swallowing when brushing, what is the difference? and what are the reasons given for not brushing prior to the 2-1/2 cups of water intake? Also, what would be the impact of brushing and scraping first, without any toothpaste, then drinking one’s allotment of water, and then rebrushing. with toothpaste, afterward?

  11. Dee, and others,
    I suppose that what we are suggesting with the question pre-, or post-brushing is that, along with the germs normally found upon the tongue during ones waking hours, upon waking in the morning, there would be an “unusually high number of new growth germs on one’s tongue,” which one wouldn’t have been “actively swallowing” during the night, a higher number than one might swallow along with one’s saliva, soda, coffee, etc., at other intervals during one’s waking hours.

    I brush first and then drink. What is the difference? Are the health benefits minimized by this? why? and what are the reasons not to postpone until after brushing? I, for one, do not swallow upon brushing, as I’m not particularly fond of drinking fluoride, a devastating drug found in toothpaste. So, if I’m not swallowing when brushing, what is the difference? and what are the reasons given for not brushing prior to the 2-1/2 cups of water intake? Also, what would be the impact of brushing and scraping first, without any toothpaste, then drinking one’s allotment of water, and then rebrushing. with toothpaste, afterward?

  12. It occurred to me today… that the answer to this quandry of when to brush is quite simple. If you do ingest any bacteria with the alkaline water, we know that “nothing can live in an alkaline environment,” so anything you swallowed, pre-brushing, would probably be dead within a few minutes anyway, so you are most likely safe to drink first and brush second. ;-D
    Hope this clears up THAT bit.

  13. am i the only one who doesnt get this part?

    After 45 minutes, eat your normal breakfast.
    • Avoid eating or drinking for 2 hours during the treatment period.

    how do you mean avoid eating for 2 hrs??
    it said only 45 min first

  14. you brush before go to bed also antiseptic mouth gargle.then germs wont grow in the mouth within a couple of hours.you disgust to drink before brush cos u used to from childhood.you will be ok after some time.

  15. hallo..after drinking water in empty stomc..can we immediately brush or leave some time

  16. You shouldn’t drink coke, coffee, tea etc. Because these deydrates your body. Drinking the water helps you hydrate. Go to watercure.com and you will see why.

  17. We are talking about regular water right? And the directions I have say “after 15 minutes of breakfast, lunch or dinner do not eat or drink for 2 hours”. Does that mean you have to eat your meal in 15 minutes or drink more water and then wait two hour to eat or drink again?

    This is Japanese English. I think it means “After you have finished eating your meal, you have 15 more minutes that you can drink something if you want to, then you don’t eat or drink anything until 2 hours have passed. I guess, if you are water-loading, i.e., you think you need to drink X amount of water every certain period, you would drink that before, during, or immediately after your meal, then abstain from eating and drinking for 2 hours.

    Except for the abstention from drinking anything, 2 hours seems about right for a lot of diets that suggest you snack in between meals.
    This part of the diet doesn’t work for me because I am intensely prone to dehydration. I eat a maximum of 3 times a day, and some times only two or even one time, so the not eating for 2 hours after a meal is no problem for me (I usually go at least 6 hours between meals). The not drinking is an issue, obviously, because I need to focus on drinking water and drink it every time I think of it, which is hard for me. No water for 2 hours is no sweat for me, because it is hard for me to make myself drink any kind of liquid. I have to force myself to drink at least 8 oz of water an hour.

    I hope this makes some kind of sense to you.
    Margaret

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