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Using Water As Your Healer

Aug 30, 2008
Water has been used for centuries for many things. From the healing of our bodies to the food we eat, water has played a crucial and important part of our lives. Our bodies and our cells are made of water and blood. Doctors even as far back as ancient times thought that magnetizing water and consuming it was good for many different cures.

You go to health spas to help cure sore and tired muscles. Health spa professionals go and put oils and minerals in the water to help you relax. You drink water every day. You use it to clean your body and your clothes. You rinse the fruits and vegetables you eat. You use it to take medicines and all of your liquids that you drink.

All of our precooked meals have water as the first ingredient. We can all our food with heated water and salt. Doctors today will magnetize water and have us drink it over time to help cure many health problems, such as digestive or nervous disorders. Sometimes, water will also help with cancer in years to come.
We use it now for cleaning of wounds, cuts, and sores. We use water everyday for everything in our world.

Some people abuse their usage of water by doing stupid things like letting their water hose run for no reason. They don't watch when they fill their pools and let it over flow. They let people in their pools, and they do things that should not be done in public. Then you have to dump your pool and then refill it again. Kids are a lot worse at abusing water usage rules. They will go around and turn on someone's water hose just to let it run and then they will run.

We need to slow down on our usage of water so we have enough for future generations. Our children' children would like to do the same things with water as we do now. If we keep going at this same rate, our world will start to dry out. We will no longer be able to grow our own food or have enough to drink. Our rivers and lakes will start to dry up and all living things will start to die. Our world will start to heat up. We need to stop doing stupid things to our water and learn to conserve. We need to learn more about the healing properties in our water and really learn to use them to our best interests.
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