Posted by GDR on 01/07/2011

Hi Ted,

This forward is an intelligent doctor's belief and life work.



Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

His formulas worked because he adds 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt per drinking water. If there is no sea salt, it doesn't have the health benefit nearly as much. His old formula required 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt. I now used this as part of my regimen for most of my clients using the 1/4 teaspoon sea salt formula. When people get admitted to hospitals, it is that they use saline water. And do you know why? Most people have low sodium, high potassium and are dehydrated. Therefore, Dr. Batmanghelidj was right. However the title of water cure isn't exactly right. It's more like water and salt cure, which covers the issue of dehydration and electrolytes. Getting your pH balance, I believe is the third basic principle to simple health, which is water, salt and bicarbonates.


Replied by Francisca
Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France

I have just read one of Dr. Batman's books on water (the updated one) and I have been following his advice of 1/4 of a teaspoon of sea salt for a liter of water. So far I haven't noticed any difference in my health but sometimes your health changes for the better without you noticing it. By the way, I was sad to find out that the doctor has died but if you need any additional information his secretary Kirsten is happy to help you as she worked with him for many years!

Replied by Nora

Hi Ted,
I have a question, why although I drink 10 glasses of water I still feel dehydrated? I feel that the water is not absorbed at all by my body. I tried to add baking soda to my water but I feel that it's dehydrating me more? Does adding sea salt make my water more absorbed by my body? I try to eat healthy food, I take ACV 3 times a day without BS because as I said I feel that it dehydrates me more, I take vit e , mag and zinc. I started juicing two month ago. I really appreciate your advice and your time.