The Yin & Yang Of Drinking Water
Alkalize by drinking water.
Acidify by abstaining from water.
Too much water stops cancer from growing, but spreads it far and wide.
Too little water stops cancer from spreading, but triggers its growth.
Opposition in all things. Balance between the two.
Health is a balance between the principles of Yin and Yang.
Wellness is the interplay of opposing forces, seeking homeostasis.
The Earth has two hemispheres, and so does our brain.
Health is not the same day and night, summer and winter, rain and shine.
Alkaline is YIN. Acid is YANG.
Electrostatic forces are YIN. Quantum forces are YANG.
Emanuel Revici, M.D. (Research In Physiopathology As Basis Of Guided Chemotherapy—With Special Application To Cancer, 1961) wrote …
“Normal subjects whose urines were tested for certain periods of time for their content of ammonia, urea and uric acid, were given 1 to 2 liters of water to drink. The highly diluted urine which was subsequently excreted, became alkaline. The total amount of ammonia increased while urea and uric acid were slightly reduced. The same subjects were later given a dry diet for 12 hours or more. The specific gravity of the urine in most of these cases was above 1.026, indicating a kidney with normal concentration capacity. Although the content in ammonia decreased manifestly in these urines, the increase in uric acid excreted was minimal. We submitted the same subjects to a diet with fluids reduced to a minimum, for 3 to 4 days. Under these conditions, the excretion of uric acid started to increase. Great intake of water would thus transform a normal ureoselic individual into an ammonioselic in only a few minutes. A similar passage into uricoselic was seen to need days, and even then it showed only minimal changes. This can be explained by the fact that while ammonia in urine appears largely through changes taking place in the kidney cells themselves, uric acid results from more profound metabolic changes, which concern especially the nitrogenous bases, particularly the purines.”
In other words, it’s easier to demolish a building than it is to build it.
It’s easier to destroy one’s health than it is to create it.
Shock (both physical and psychological) is highly alkalizing.
What does this tell us about drinking excess water when exposed to stress?
Your Body’s Many Cries for Water is only half the story.
Your Body’s Many Cries for Land is the other half.