Clinical improvements obtained from the intake of reduced water

Extracts from, ‘Presentation at the Eighth Annual International Symposium on Man and his Environment in Health and Disease’, on February 24th 1990, at the Grand Kempinski Hotel, Dallas Texas USA by Dr H Hayashi MD and Dr M Kawamura MD on the concept of Pre-Hepatic Medicines.

Since the introduction of alkaline ionic water in our clinic in 1985, we have had the following interesting clinical experiences in the use of this type of water. By the use of alkaline ionic water for drinking and the preparation of meals for our in-patients, we have noticed:

  • Declines in blood sugar levels in diabetic patients
  • Improvements in peripheral circulation in diabetic gangrene
  • Declines in uric acid levels in patients with gout
  • Improvements in liver function exams in hepatic disorders
  • Improvements in gastroduodenal ulcer and prevention of their recurrences
  • Improvements in hypertension and hypotension
  • Improvements in allergic disorders such as asthma, urticaria, rhinitis and atopic dermatitis
  • Improvements in persistent diarrhoea which occured after gastrectomy
  • Quicker improvements in serum bilirubin levels in new born babies
  • Confirmation of clinical improvements, we have always observed changes of stools of the patients, with the colour of their faeces changing from black-brown colour to a brighter yellow-brown one, and the odour of their faeces becoming almost negligible
  • The number of patients complaining of constipation also decreased markedly
  • The change of stool findings strongly suggests that alkaline ionic water intake can decrease the production of putrefied or pathogenic metabolites

Devices to produce reduced water were introduced into our clinic in May 1985. Based on the clinical experiences obtained in the past 15 years, it can be said that the introduction of electrolysed-reduced water for drinking and cooking purposes for in-patients should be the very prerequisite in our daily medical practices.

The Ministry of Health and Welfare in Japan announced in 1986 that the intake of reduced water is effective for restoration of intestinal flora metabolism.