Importance of Bathing With Warm Water and Need to Avoid Cold Water

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A group of Japanese Doctors confirmed that warm water is 100% effective in resolving some health problems. Such as:
1 Migraine
2 High blood pressure
3 Low blood pressure
4 Pain of joints
5 Sudden increase and decrease of heartbeat
6 Epilepsy
7 Increasing level of cholesterol
8 Cough
9 Bodily discomfort
10 Golu pain
11 Asthma
12 Hooping cough
13 Blockage of veins
14 Disease related to Uterus & Urine
15 Stomach problems
16 Poor appetite
17 Also all diseases related to the eyes, ear & throat.
18 Headache

HOW TO USE WARM WATER
Get up early in the morning and drink approximately 4 glasses of warm water when the stomach is empty. You may not be able to make 4 glasses at the beginning but slowly you will.

NOTE: DO not eat anything 45mins after taking the water.

The warm water therapy will resolve the health problems within reasonable period such as:
✔ Diabetes in 30 days

✔ Blood pressure in 30 days

✔ Stomach problems in 10 days

✔ All types of Cancer in 9 months

✔ Blockage of veins in 6 months

✔ Poor appetite in 10 days

✔ Uterus and related diseases in 10 days

✔ Nose, Ear, and Throat problems in 10 days

✔ Women problems in 15 days

✔ Heart diseases in 30 days
✔ Headache/migraine in 3 days

✔ Cholesterol in 4 months

✔ Epilepsy and paralysis continuously in 9 months

✔ Asthma in 4 months

COLD WATER IS BAD FOR YOU
If cold water does not affect you at young age, it will harm you at old age.
* Cold water closes 4 veins of the heart and causes heart attack. Cold drinks are main reason for heart attack.

* It also creates problems in the liver. It makes fat stuck with liver. Most people waiting for liver transplant are victims of cold water drinking.

* Cold water affect internal walls of the stomach. It affects the large intestine and results in Cancer.

PLEASE DON’T KEEP THIS INFORMATION TO YOURSELF
Tell someone to tell someone, IT MAY SAVE SOMEONE’S LIFE.

From
Dr. D. Mensah-Asare

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