Skin Problems Testimonials
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11/14/2015 8:43 AM, Devon Mulvey wrote:
Hello, Just found your info via my cousin who says it's helped w skin itching. I have had asthma since I was five. Been off and on prednisone for years. I love bananas and even take extra potassium when on pred to offset water retention. What do u recommend for me? Desperate for help and to be off prednisone. Thank you in advance
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Nov 15, 2015, at 3:41 AM, Robert Butts <> wrote:
Brief book will be emailed to you. Most likely you are salt and/or water deficient. Search on for asthma cured with sea salt & water.

11/15/2015 11:39 AM, Devon Mulvey wrote:
Is it Or
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Nov 18, 2015, at 7:01 AM, Robert Butts <> wrote:
They are both being used. Which do you like best?

Subject: Re: Asthma and prednisone
Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2015 07:19:28 -0500
From: Devon Mulvey
To: Robert Butts <>

Watercure2 I like a lot. I was able to read great info there.
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Devon Mulvey

Thus far, the reported results of the watercure regarding skin problems like psoriasis, eczema and scleroderma are phenomenal.  But why shouldn't they be?  The common denominator is extreme dryness.  Is it not obvious that the main cause would be dehydration and the only things that can cure dehydration are salt and water? We ask anyone who hasn't had great results with their skin problems to email us and give us the details.  Keep in mind that the best results by far are when you eliminate caffeinated and alcoholic drinks as they are diuretics.

Hi Bob!

Great work on watercure. Saw you on the WYOU interview. Have been recommending friends visit the site, read the material, watch the videos, and just stop and think that the whole idea is just plain, common sense. I could go on and on, but suffice it to say I've been using the recipe for over a week, now. The first thing I noticed was that, after just the first 24 hours, my usually horrible cuticles had healed. The rough, dry skin on my elbows and knees was now soft and smooth. My eyes and nasal passages were no longer dry. But, for me, the most important improvement was in clearing up the dry, scratchy throat I'd been suffering with for over a week.

The weekend before accidentally stumbling upon Dr. B's book at my local Barnes & Noble while searching for one or more books on throat care, I had just returned from a week in Europe. By the end of Thursday of that week, my throat was burning, and I didn't know why. Any remedy I tried would not last for very long and, while I had been drinking water, I wasn't drinking nearly enough, as I learned later. My apartment is extremely dry, too, which doesn't help matters, but since I've been consuming the right amount of water and salt, I feel much better than I have in quite some time.

So, just wanted to drop you a note to say hello, share an auto parts story, and thank you for your continuing efforts on the late, great Dr. B's work.

Warmest regards...

Mike Harrison

Date:    Thu, 21 Apr 2005 14:40:29 +1000

Subject:        Hi Bob

From:   Olivia Lennon <>

To:        <>

Just thought I'd give you an update on the progress of the watercure treatment.  I have now been drinking 2 litres of water per day and adding 3/4 tsp celtic sea salt to my meals for just over 2 months, including a daily intake of vitamin B6 which Dr. Batmanghelidj suggests for hot flushes.  I am also eating alot more fresh fruit and vegtables plus nuts and seeds.  My depression and mood swings which I suffered for a couple of years have gone.  My hot flushes have greatly reduced.  I am not taking any drug of any kind and feel wonderful. I have also noticed my skin is much softer, I am sleeping much better and feel more relaxed in general.  I would like to say a BIG THANK YOU for supporting Dr Batmanghelidj and for your watercure2 website.  I have started sharing the watercure with my family and will certainly share this with people I come in contact with.

Regards Olivia Lennon

Date: July 1995

From: Mary Haigh


To: Bob & Connie Giblin

Hi! My name is Doug Haigh and I am writing to you from Brisbane, Australia. For the past eight years we have run a small business. My wife and I own and run a pool shop with a service division. Naturally, we sell pool chemicals and equipment to swimming pool owners in our area. 

Two years ago I developed scaling and red rashes on my hands and the tops of my legs and also the back of my arms. The symptoms are that you canít stop scratching and cosmetically you look like your skin has been burnt, with the area looking inflamed. The doctors gave me strong steroid creams but that was not the solution. After trying to become educated more on the subject of dermatitis, I was getting nowhere. My doctor said the pool chemicals that I am in contact with daily are probably the cause and suggested we go to another environment and the dermatitis will probably clear up. How do you do that when you are responsible to a business every day? I would look to see if there is any sign of improvement, but there never is. 

Three weeks ago I read in the book "Your Bodies Many Cries for Water" and there was logic to this theory of dehydration. So I started my own program daily of drinking five pints of water with a half a teaspoon of sea salt. My body weight is 90 kilos so I figure that is close enough to being hydrated. Well, the results are staggering. As I said it is only three weeks and my hands have never felt smother or looked healthier. I still have some dermatitis on my arms and legs but I can actually see it breaking up. Iím very confident that in a week or two I will have beaten this thing. One point I should like to make is our season here in Brisbane is now winter and that normally is worse on dermatitis. I have found this in my case so once again Iím confident the water & the sea salt are winning. 

Thank you very much for sharing this natural miracle. If I can be of any help, feel free to email me and if you want to use this as a testimonial, go for it.

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