Around the World

The Washington Times

    "When Dr. Batmanghelidj thinks of a glass of water, he doesn't think of it as half full or half empty. He thinks of it as brimming over with the essential fluid of life. He thinks of it as the solvent of our ills and the dliverer of ripe old age. He thinks of it as the wave of the future."

Daily Mail, London England

    "Stomach pains, migraines, allergies, asthma, and even arthritis may all be symptoms of dehydration that could easily be cured by a few more glasses of *household tap water. But only drinking water when you are feeling thirsty will not provide you with enough according to Dr. Batmanghelidj, whose controversial book, Your Body's Many Cries for Water, sold tens of thousands of copies in the United States last year."

The Irish Times

    "Batmanghelidj gives examples of patients who have followed his advice using ordinary *tap water with positive results in reduction of blood pressure, allergy relief and weight loss. He even goes so far as to link the lack of water with depression."

The European, London

    "The water principle has a convincing logic but turns much of current medical practice on its head. Does it work? You only have to turn on the *tap to find out."

Nexus Magazine, Australia

    "He has successfully treated allergies, angina, asthma, arthritis, headaches, hypertension, ulcers and more with the simplest of solutions - water."

Orthomolecular Health-Medicine Newsletter

    "The fact of the matter is, water is an essential nutrient and MUST be taken seriously, not only in terms of bacterial contamination, mineral content, metal and chemical pollution - but also in terms of balanced hydration, for its impact on all the rest of the physiology of the organism is so great."

The New York Times and Science Watch

Doctor Finds Ulcer Remedy

    "It started with a patient suffering unbearable ulcer pain one late night. The doctor treated him with 500 cubic centimeters of water. His pain became less severe and then disappeared completely. The physician became so impressed that he prescribed two glasses of water six times a day and achieved a "clinical" cure of the ulcer attack."

Book Reviews Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology

    "It is claimed that fish have no awareness of the presence of water; this book shows we may have done little better. Mostly we have treated symptoms, and often wrongly at that, but masterpieces come into being to produce paradigm shifts. If we learn this one, we may arrest the course of our patients in their all too rapid-going the way of all flesh."

* We recommend having your own source of good quality drinking water, such as a solid carbon block filter.