What is Health?

What is health?   What does it mean to be healthy?

Is health a balance? A physical, mental, spiritual balance? Are we healthy? Do we even know what health is? By definition health is the ” general condition of the body or mind, especially in terms of the presence or absence of illnesses, injuries, or impairments” as well as the ” overall condition of something in terms of soundness, vitality, and proper functioning.” 

  Water is found throughout all life, its role in health undeniable. Vast sums of money are exchanged to create a world of betterment through modern medicine, yet while doctors sit and dream up miracle cures, one exists right in front of them. Water! 


“Chronic cellular dehydration painfully and prematurely kills. Its initial outward manifestations have until now been labelled as diseases of unknown origin.”                                    – F batmanghelidj, M.D. 

Either through a lack of good water, or poor quantities if any, along with a range of lifestyle choices that promote poor absorption of water, lifes ability to regenerate, to evolve and heal becomes severely crippled. 

“Conceived in the cool, dark cradle of the virgin forest, water ripens and matures as it slowly mounts from the depths. On its upwards way it gathers to itself trace elements and minerals. Only when it is ripe, and not before, will it emerge from the womb of the Earth as a spring. As a true spring, in contrast to a seepage spring, this has a water temperature of about +4 ° C (+39.2 ° F). Here in the cool, diffused light of the forest it begins its long, life-giving cycle as a sparkling, lively, translucent stream bubbling, gurgling, whirling and gyrating as it wends its way valleywards. In its natural, self-cooling, spiralling, convoluting motion, water is able to maintain its vital inner energies, health and purity .”              – Callum Coats 

The natural life cycle of water, known as the full hydrological cycle provides for a movement of water that creates and maintains all life. The ability for water to impart a level of health is directly related to the manner in which water is moved as well as its energetic interactions, primarily with minerals(carbon concentrations), oxygen and light. The earth has provided us with a model to learn how to filter and energize water, not only to be free from bacterial and parasitic organisms, but to have the correct mineral and gaseous concentrations. Truly healthy spring water provides for revitalization and proper evolution for our physical, mental, and spiritual health, curing almost all major health disorders. 

We know water is simply not just H20, that distilled or juvenile water should not be drunk regularly for it leaches minerals and elements from our bodies. Healthy mature water can consist of up to eighteen different molecular compounds, and fifteen forms of ions, leaving us with thirty-three different substances other than just hydrogen and oxygen. It is these carbones, along with the predominant movement of water in an imploding spiral shape, that endows water with its life giving, healthy revitalizing properties. This simple awareness can do more for health than any current medical science. We no longer understand what it is like to have healthy, living, spring water or to be engrained in a lifestyle that supports the consumption of a minimum of eight glasses of water a day. Many in cities have such poor tap water that the body naturally will exhibit a negative reflex to the taste, causing very little water to be drunk. Not only has the tendency been to drink less and less water but the quality has decreased to near poison in certain mismanagement scandals. 

Science has traditionally viewed many substances in nature as having a broad spectrum of elements, compounds, molecules, and so called chemicals. Through the refining process we attempt to gain only one portion out of a massive whole. Water, flour, sugar, and salt have all been notorious for attempts at so called purification. Nature works in a manner of harmony, a system of symbiotic relationships between a multitude of elements and compounds that together create a symphony of perfection . “Refined products such as white sugar are isolated compounds. Isolated foods, which have had their holistic properties altered during the denaturalization process, cause the body to react by sending out messages to search for the extracted substances in order to metabolize the food. This is why whole, natural foods, in comparison to processed foods, are of cardinal importance for our health. Isolated and refined food products are essentially addictive.” 

-Water and Salt The Essence of Life 

Every process within the body is undoubtedly tied to the efficient flow of water. The ability for proper cellular regeneration, the carrying on of genetic information, the elimination of waste matter, the destabilization of nutrients into the blood and through the digestive track, proper joint mobility, blood flow, neural information exchange, all to name a few are solely dependant on water. Basically, our ability to think, to move, to interact, to live, is fundamentally dependant on water. Water intake and distribution throughout the body are key systems that must be in place prior to any other treatment for the betterment of health. 

So, what is good water? 

Who knows? Stories from old speak of water, good water making one dizzy, ready to fall over only to then get a sudden burst of exhilaration and energy. 

One man, Viktor Schauberger (1889-1957) by far is the leading informative on the principles of water, the only problem, natures laws challenge science so radically we would have to start over, to begin a new and admit we were wrong. 

Water must follow the spiraling shape to maintain its relationship to oxygen and the minerals within it. Oxygen aggressive by nature becomes passive in an inward imploding movement. This movement also is the basis for the existence of temperature or visa versa. It is a prime indicator. Water at +4 degrees Celsius is a known anomaly point where water is at its densest point, its most concentrated, energetic state. Water spiraling outward, away from its centre imparts a temperature change away from +4 and our form of heat ensues. Resistance now comes into play and with it scientists are forever trying to minimize it, not leave it behind for the most wasteful primary means of energy production and movement. The very veins in our bodies are twisted with grooves to shape the blood into a frictionless environment. Water that has been under highly pressurized systems subjected to the most of unnatural movements imparts information through motion to decompose and discourage life. The oxygen once passive through the naturally flowing motion of water becomes aggressive. Oxygen leaves the water, rusting metals and becomes aggressive to life. Certain parasites and pathogenic bacteria thrive off of water with free oxygen content, a certain environment for the onslaught of disease. 

Second to water, is salt. Despite apparent adequate amounts of water, often proper absorption of water by essential organs of the body does not occur. Through a barrage of prepared foods with excess amounts of Sodium Chloride (table salt), water in the cells must neutralize the salt as it is effectively poison leaving a deficiency of water for proper cell function. The body then binds proteins with the sodium chloride in a further effect to neutralize the salt and eventually gets deposited within the joints, unable to be excreted by the body. When salt is found in nature, through millions of years of pressure it forms an extremely dense crystalline structure with a large spectrum of beneficial minerals. Through enormous pressure, elements and minerals are so fine they become a part of the crystalline salt. The body is able to effectively metabolise these minerals as they are small enough to pass through cellular walls. Ordinary mineral waters content of dissolved minerals is so large and not in a crystalline formation and in no way can be absorbed by the body to aid in the rejuvenation of cellular growth. 

Just as water is not simply H20, salt is not simply sodium chloride. Common table salt mainly consists of pure sodium chloride, which forms a cube or rectangular crystal formation. Just as in all refining, the goal is to get a pure product, void of contaminants including minute elemental structures other than the desired. We have achieved in technology the ability to isolate any known chemical, compound, element, you name it. We can extract it from nature, or synthesis it in a lab, you choose. Some view this ability as a profound example of human achievement, even for the betterment of medical science and to health. Sure we have isolated heart medication from the foxglove flower which many owe there life to. One problem still remains, the foxglove heals without having to take a concentrated dose in a chemical soup bound up in a pill. None of this extraction, refining, so called purity of singular arrangements of specific elements ever occurs in nature. 

Instead of a specific vibrational hum, we have an orchestra, of the most beautiful music. Nature has its own symbiotic relationship with specific patterns and fractals that maintain a balance, the succession of life year after year. Sodium chloride and one hydrogen atom bound with two oxygen, what we like to call water, almost never exists in nature. Instead we have a multitude, an infinite scale of percentages from good to bad, from better to worse and life responds accordingly. Good water, life thrives. Good salt, life thrives. Proper salt crystals contain all of the trace minerals the body requires to function properly. These minerals are ordered in a crystalline lattice frame work, which helps to maintain and produce resonate frequencies of water and that of the earth. The body recognizes these formations and is familiar with the crystal salt, just as with good water. 

Sodium chloride is primarily used world wide for industrial process. In fact less then ten percent of the world’s salt is for human consumption. For industrial applications pure salt is required, and since our scientific drive and faith has been cultivated in a particular way, we deem pure sodium chloride as salt. Our bodies instantly view the chemical as a threat and use the water in our cells in an attempt to neutralize the poison. This leaves cells vastly dehydrated as vital cell functions begin to shut down. Over long term exposure a strain is put on the kidneys, liver, digestion, circulatory system, even our thinking and mental clarity becomes sluggish. 

How much salt do we need a day – 0.007 ounces 

Average U.S. consumption per day – 0.4 to 0.7 ounces 

Amount of salt we can eliminate through our kidneys in one day – 0.17 – 0.25 ounces. 

You do the math. 

  “For every .035 ounces of sodium chloride that cannot be eliminated, the body uses 23 times the amount of its own cell water to neutralize the salt”. 

-Water and Salt The Essence of Life 

  The body also in response to excess salt produces acids to help neutralize the salt, which bind to the sodium chloride and get deposited into the bones and joints. This is becoming known for ailments such as arthritis, gout, and kidney stones. Crystal salt rich in minerals dissolved into water as brine, along with careful observation of sodium chloride’s intake is the first step into health, second only to good healthy, living water. 

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‘Dehydration is the root cause of many painful degenerative diseases, asthma, allergies, hypertension, excess body weight, and some emotional problems including depression.’

This is a quote from one of the best books on the market concerning water and health.

Your Body’s Many Cries For Water by F.Batmanghelidj, M.D. www.watercure.com


Water & Salt – The Essence of Life by Dr. Med. Barbara Hendel and Peter Ferreira

Another amazing book dealing with the importance of salt with water.

“…all of us have in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean, and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears. We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea…we are going back from whence we came.” John F. Kennedy