Comments below were made on Mercola's site regarding his article on water. The comment section was great with sharing ideas and opinions on Ph, what kind of water and filter to benefit health, etc.
Below are my comments there. Here is the web address for the article.
I read Dr. Revici's book, The Doctor Who Cures Cancer that Kelley Eidem markets through his blog. Information and discussion are a good thing....He found that diet worked for a while, and then the cancer would revert or flip. He tested people's urine, pain level, etc. to keep them on track. Some cancers are anabolic, and some are catabolic, (cell growth or destruction) and have to be treated by someone who realizes the importance of Ph. Sadly, the ACA undermined Dr. Revici's work, or we would have been able to progress much further in cancer healing.Dr. Revici's patients weren't in pain like the rest of the poor people suffering under the AMA theories of the day, which are still functioning. I remember Sloane Kettering wanted to have the first 'cancer cure', and so were integral in sabotaging Dr. Revici's work w/ ties to the ACA. Basically, the chemical warfare manufacturers still wanted profit after the World Wars, so came up with the idea that chemo might be pushed to help with cancer. No different than Monsanto's greed to sterilize seed and contaminate corn, alfalfa now, etc. to control the world's food supply, or the petro dollar responsible for controlling transportation energy inventions and polluting the environment.
Dr. Mercola: What do you recommend as ACTION to turn this crazy planet around? Education? Media merely quotes one junk science study to confuse people after solid studies.
Thank you Barbfieck for the tips on wheat grass and sprouts in water... I live w/ well water now, and want to know what kind of potable point of use method is best-ozone or UV. In the last small town I had heavily chlorinated water, but no flouride, and I loved my coconut/carbon medium filter. The water was pure and sweet-tipped to alkaline. I'm drinking organic lemon squeezed into a qt. jar of nasty Culligan-type water for a mild cleanse. Though acidic, it's supposed to turn alkaline in the body. I hate the plastic storage container or the R/O acidic/dead water idea.
I have a suspicion that we simply are struggling with a lack of full understanding or knowledge, which means there is an exciting new frontier being opened up by challenge, and sharing experience. Sharing sure happens more quickly on the internet. When the Ph of water can resolve eczema-(even if temporarily, as fungus, toxins, Candida, etc. have to be addressed in diet, detox, oxygen, heavy metals, even the detergent residues and household cleaners coming in contact with the person's skin and lungs, etc.,) or can kill insects without poison, we can't merely throw that fact away. Sometimes I can laugh at my own frustration level, and I certainly see it here in this forum. If we form coalitions of intention for the good of mankind, we can bring our many ideas and 'gadgets' together. Dr. Mercola for instance, even introduced different 'body types'-so we know we are not all cut from the same cookie cutter. There is variation in what works for one....
I listened to a microbiologist/Dr. discuss her training that Ph is not involved in cancer, and that the body just balances itself. She tested cancerous tissues in the lab, and found her training to be inaccurate. We all know that certain foods can tip people to form uric acid, and thus gout, and it requires diet etc. to balance and heal, the same with arthritis deposits, teeth and bone loss, and heart attack victims with heart cells bathed in acid. Today this forum sounds like a sharing of 'mad scientists'. Bravo for us.
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