Saturday, September 17, 2016


This first rehydration remedy aims not only to bring the human body the water it needs for its normal functioning but also to fill its deeper hydric deficiencies. The person who has not  drink enough water over a long period experiences  a chronic hydric deficiency , which inevitably creates a more or less substantial reduction of blood volume -- and volume of extracellular and intracellular fluids. These various  liquids will not regain their proper volume unless the human body receives more water than it needs to meet its daily requirements.

The remedy here consists of drinking several ounces a day more than you normally would. If your body needs are 2 liters, for example, you would drink 2.2 to 2.5 liters of water a day.
  Note: Before using this remedy #2, people who have been drinking less than a half- gallon ( 2 liters) of water a day should take several weeks to follow --as a transitional stage -- the basic Hydration Remedy # 1

How It Works
When this additional intake is drunk every day on a regular basis, and consistently provides slightly more than the human body needs, blood volume is constantly pushed upward and maintained at a higher level.  In this way, the blood can permanently surrender some of its excess water to the extracellular fluid, which was not possible when the blood was itself lacking liquid.

Thanks to this process , the extracellular fluid regains its normal volume and  even slightly exceed it . Thus, it is in  a position to cede (surrender, concede, reliquish, yield, part with, give up ) some of its excess water to the next level : the cellular level. The cells then fill their water deficiencies and regain their natural size,

This slightly excessive intake of water helps the water travel gradually deeper into the body, level by level, and properly re-hydrate all its tissues.

Water Used
Mineral water, spring water or tap water (leave tap water in a water pitcher overnight to let the chlorine to escape) .

Drink 2.2 to 2.5 liters of water a day, assuming your daily needs is only 2 liters. Use your personal time table ( see the sample given in the #1 Hydration Remedy), but increase the amount of water drunk at each selected to  8 to 10 ounces (236 to 296 ml). Or you could continue with 7- ounce (207 ml) glasses and add one or two more times to take a drink of water into your regular schedule.

Tissue rehydration is physiological process and as such does not occur instantaneously. To ensure that the water has reached the depths of the tissues and completely filled the cells, this rehydration remedy #2 should be followed for several months. 

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