||Uses of North Pole Magnetic Water
Use north-pole water in diseases like typhoid, measles, chicken-pox,
influenza, dengue fever, urinary infection and toxaemia. The water not
only has curative action in these diseases but also has an effective
prophylactic action and hence it is useful in epidemics which plague
mankind from time to time. When the disease symptoms have
appeared, the in-take of the north-pole water should be started
immediately - thrice a day in 50-ml doses. However, when any of the
infectious diseases strike the family or the neighbourhood, the
north-pole water should be taken as a preventive - four times a day in
The north-pole water should also be used as a mouth-wash in case of
bad odour from the mouth and ulcers in the mucosa. Similarly, it can
be used for gargling in cases of pyorrhoea in which an enormous
amount of pus is accumulated in the gums; gingivitis - inflammation of
the gingiva, sore throat and tonsillitis. In all these cases, it is
advantageous to use warm water and add a little quantity of table salt.
The regular use of this water for gargling prevents the above given
painful affections as also tooth-decay.
Plain north-pole water should also be used as eye drops or for washing
the eyes in all affections attended with redness of the conjunctiva, pus
formation and gluing of the eyes. In such cases, it is advisable to use
boiled and cooled water for magnetisation with the north pole.
If one is under treatment of any other system of medicine such as
allopathy, homoeopathy, ayurveda and unani, the medication can be
easily supplemented by the intake of magnetised water which will only
hasten recovery and will in no way obstruct the normal action of the
In children given to recurrent attacks of worm infection, north-pole
water forms an important part of medication and acts as an
anti-helminthic agent. The children prone to this affection - which
results in stunted growth in children - the north-pole water should be
given regularly, especially after the day's two principal meals.