Thursday, July 24, 2008

' Water & salt and

light combined, new life begins.'

As I was reading Ray Chee's "The Amazing Heart" (page95 to 97 of 250 pages) on the subject "salt", many statements were made about the negative effects of salt. One of them, .."salt caused hypertension "(in human body). That is based on traditional premise.

I suggest these literature for any serious researcher for future reading / R&D.
1."Water: for Health, for Healing, for Life" (Chapter 13,Minerals Are Vital, page 239to 252 of 285 pages)by F. Batmanghelidj,M.D. Author of 'Your Body's Many Cries for Water.

2."Water & Salt. The Essence Of Life. The healing power of nature" (page 97 to 143,of 255 pages) by Dr. Med. Barbara Hendel and Peter Ferreira. The latter is a biophysicist, is the head of a scientific research project on the biophysical connection between water and salt. it is his greatest interest to convey the scientific connection between life-force, geometry and consciousness, in a basic form, accessible to the lay person.

3."The Memory Of Water" (page 12-13 of 166 pages) by Michel Schiff: Homoepathy and the battle of ideas in the new science. Published by Thorsons 1995. 'This book challenges dogma and censorship in science'.-Jacques Benveniste.

Dear friend, when we speak of salt, and as we scrutinize its properties, we mean salt in its original form: holistic, wholesome, unaltered, natural salt, as it has crystallized in the Earth over millions of years.

When we speak of "table" salt that is sold in the market, supermarket or hypermarket, we refer to it as sodium chloride with additives, which is what "table" salt really is. Na Cl : Chemical formula for sodium chloride, industrially produced table salt.

Little is known about the biophysics of salt, as it has managed to escape closer scientific investigation. We hope that there will be other scientists coming forth to undertake research about this intensely interesting subject, salt - the white gold of Earth. Salt is equally important for our human body as is water.

1 comment:

Ray Chee said...

It is important to note that not all salts are suitable or good for human consumption.

Aside from any additive in the salts that we consume, distinguish between rock-based, inorganic salts and organic or plant-based ones. Inorganic salts are good for plants, but can be deadly for the human body. The plants convert them by a process called photosynthesis into a form that is easily absorbable by the human body. Plant-based salts, especially those that make up the essential minerals that the body needs, are beneficial to humans. On the contrary, rock-based or inorganic salts are less able to be absorbed by the human body, thereby resulting in various health problems.

Hence, the right choice is important.

Suffice to say here that one should choose organic salts, rather than inorganic ones, for inclusion in one’s diet.

Ray Chee