Hot and Cold Therapy

Many alternative health care practitioners believe one of the most effective treatments for a wide array of diseases and ailments is hot and cold hydrotherapy, but very few are willing to say it can help cure cancer and many other diseases. Stating a non-medicinal treatment is a cure is illegal in the United States, and the FDA and big pharmaceutical companies tend to go after anyone who makes such claims. But the truth is there are many things you can do to make so called incurable diseases disappear. Whichever detox or treatment modality you choose, consider including hot and cold hydrotherapy.

Hot water increases blood flow to the surface of the body. Cold water drives the blood from the surface to the core of the body. Alternating hot and cold water increases blood flow and speeds up circulation. It brings fresh blood with oxygen and nutrients to the organs and glands and carries away toxins and pathogens. Dr. Shillington suggests starting with water as hot as you can stand for a minimum of two minutes. Then turn off the hot water for two minutes of cold—the colder the better. Alternate back and forth for a total of 20 minutes, ending with cold.

Dr. Shillington says, “For serious cases of cancer do this whole sequence three times a day. Use a shower wand or just stand in the shower and have the stream of water focused on an afflicted area. By itself, this procedure has wiped out major breast tumors. If I only had one therapy to use, this is it.”

Do this for almost any ailment you have. Use this procedure for muscle pain, kidney problems, aches and pains, tissue damage, and lumps or tumors. You’ll be amazed at the results!

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About R-Sensitive Life

Sulfite and Preservative Sensitive individual, who ironed out all the kinks and bugs of Sulfite Sensitivity. Found solutions for this crazy condition. Back to leading a semi-normal life, and following an alternative healthy lifestyle.
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