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It's easy to forget the basics.

Clean air, clean food and clean water.

We also need the electrolytes that maintain and help the absorption of water into the cells.

These electrolyte minerals can be found in good sea salt

Could a small amount of good quality sea salt with these key minerals taken with a glass of water be one of the cheapest and most effective 'medicines' of all time?

Check out this key video below by Dr Barbara O'Neill

Dr Barbara O'neill's advice above is not new knowledge.

I remember reading Iranian Dr. Batmanghelidj's best selling book 'The body's Many Cries for Water' over 20 years ago.

His story was unique.

Imprisoned for his political beliefs as a doctor he was much in demand by the inmates but unable to prescribe medication, simply prescribed water and salt - with incredible results.

Dr. Batmanghelidj went on to be very influential before absconding the the USA on a world tour.

Dr. Batmanghelidj's batlle cry as a healer was,

"You are not sick you are thirsty!"

If that sounds crazy, read on. This book sold a million copies for a reason...

No miracles, just common sense. Dr. Batmanghelidj may have the last laugh.”

—Julian Whitaker, M.D., Health & Healing

“One man’s solution to soaring health cost: water.”

—Paul Harvey, ABC Radio Network

“I consider your insights some of the most amazing I have encountered in medicine.” 

—L.B. Work, M.D.

“I believe this book would be seen in fifteen years time as an absolute classic health book.”

—Phillip Day, Author/Investigative Journalist

“He is arguing for a new scientific approach that turns clinical medicine on its head.” 

—The Daily Telegraph, London, UK THE HEALING POWERS OF WATER

Dr. Batmanghelidj's groundbreaking book showed how water affects body function and structure, and he openly questions current paradigms regarding health.

His books make sound, logically progressive reading and by the time you come to the end of them, you will be able to see logical reasons to tie them to lack of water and unrefined salt.

This story from the New York Times in 1983 confirms the start of Dr. Batmanghelidj 's incredible story, although this piece neglects to mention the key element of salt in his cure.

QUOTE: "....UNDER the grim conditions of captivity in Evin prison in Teheran, Iran, a physician found what he believes to be a new and remarkable treatment for the pain of peptic ulcers.

The treatment is simply several glasses of water taken at prescribed regular intervals. Dr. F. Batmanghelidj discovered the treatment largely by accident, but was able to examine about 3,000 patients and follow the medical fate of more than 600, mostly fellow prisoners.

''I was lucky to have been able to make my observations ... when I was waiting clarification of my own situation,'' Dr. Batmanghelidj said in a guest editorial in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology. A prisoner at Evin from November 1979 to May 1982, he now lives in the United States.

It started with one patient suffering unbearable ulcer pain late at night. The doctor treated him with 500 cubic centimetres (about a pint) of water, evidently because nothing else was available at that hour.

''His pain became less severe and then disappeared completely after eight minutes,'' said the report.'' The physican was so impressed that he prescribed two glasses of water six times a day and achieved a ''clinical cure'' of the ulcer attack during the patient's stay of a few months in the prison. After that, Dr. Batmanghelidj used the treatment in other prisoners, reducing the amount to one glass half an hour before eating and another glass two and a half hours later.

Gradually, the treatment came into use throughout the prison as its effectiveness became clear in patients whose chronic ulcers were exacerbated by the stress of prison life...."


“Rare indeed are those books destined to become all-time classics. Even rarer are books destined to accomplish a paradigm shift in any major area of modern knowledge. Of still greater rarity are books destined to benefit significantly the health of countless millions of human beings, at no cost to them. Such a landmark book is Your Body’s Many Cries for Water by Dr. F. Batmanghelidj. He has made revolutionary discovery about water metabolism of the human body.”

—Dr. Geroge J. Georgiou, Ph. D., Clinical Nutritionist

The average American is woefully uninformed about water. Most people think they drink enough water, but they don’t. Dr. Batmanghelidj’s book will create a tide of public opinion about the wonders of water.”

—The Connection Newspaper

“As his controversial book quietly gathers support worldwide, the doctor behind one of medicine’s most extraordinary theories explains why he has turned his back on conventional wisdom to treat his patients with water, not drugs”

—The Daily Mail, London, UK

“I must confess that, apart from the Holly Bible, I am yet to find a book as enlightening as the above in the breakdown of normally complex technical, scientific jargons and in the presentation of such to the previously uninformed.”

Prof. Lekan Oyedeji, University Lagos, Nigeria

“These books are extremely informative, inspiring and certainly exceed high recommended reading.” —Vivienne B. Black, Health Writer Positive Health Magazine, UK







In this key video, Dr O'Neill explains why Celtic sea salt with its 82 minerals is the best of all.


A Paludier hand-harvesting our 82-mineral Celtic Sea Salt in from the salt pans of France using the traditional method


Only a few grains are needed under the tongue before each glass of water.

We sell 82 mineral Celtic sea salt in small 50g and 100g bags making it easy to carry with you.

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Apr 18
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

Mark, this totally resonates with me. If I could only give one health tip it would be to 'drink plenty of good clean water...'


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