Learning the Secret Cures For Asthma and Heart-burn

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Author reveals a simple, cheap and readily available cure to heal seemingly complicated diseases in this new booklet

Water is the absolute necessity for any and all life on earth. To be alive and in a living state, water is needed. All cells require water to function. And author James Gordon Vatcher, MD, describes the relevance of water to health and cure in this newly published book. The Secret Cures For Asthma and Heart-burn are revealed as the pages of this booklet are turned.

What is the role of water in the body and how can it be considered a cure? One has to look at how the body is made up. The lining of the gut, the stomach, is protected by a mucoid layer and mucus in more than 90% water. When a person is dehydrated, this mucus layer becomes deficient and acid is allowed to reach the sensitive tissue of the gut wall and pain is produced. The most obvious solution therefore is to restore adequate hydration—that is to ingest more water. Water is the best, the cheapest, the most available and the most satisfactory solution to the problem of “heartburn”, but it cannot be patented and therefore will remain a “secret” to the uninformed. This solution has been overlooked for generations.

In the case of asthma, the problem is a result from the response of the body to dehydration. People lose about two quarts of water from the lungs when they exhale or breathe out. The body constricts the small tubes carrying the air from the lungs to the outside. In the asthmatic, this constriction obstructs the outflow of air thus hampering breathing in a special way. The substance—a drought management chemical—causing the constriction, trying to prevent the loss of water from the lungs, is called histamine. Water has been proposed as a prime antihistamine, one that is inexpensive, non-toxic and readily available.

There is so much money involved in the treatments of Asthma and heartburn, and all of the other “diseases” that can be removed by simple hydration. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.

About the Author
James Gordon Vatcher, MD, was born in Long Beach, Calif., on June 14, 1925. He attended various elementary and secondary schools in Long Beach, Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles until graduating from Downey Union High School in the winter of 1943. He attended Occidental College then University of Southern California in the spring and summer of 1943. He was drafted into the Navy, USN (CB) in October 1943; served in Hawaii, Tinian, and Okinawa until his honorable discharge in late 1945. He attended Long Beach City College in 1946 until he enrolled in Leland Stanford Junior University in the spring quarter of 1947. He received an AB in June 1950; enrolled in Stanford University School of Medicine in Fall 1949; and graduated with an M.D. in June 1954. He had internship at Stanford University Hospital in San Francisco (1953-1954) on the Surgical Service; then a two-year General Practice Residency at the Stanislaus County Hospital in Modesto, Calif.; Private Practice in anesthesia and general practice in Orange County, Humboldt County, and again in Orange County until employed as Physician and Surgeon in the California Department of Corrections at the California Institution for Women in 1972. He retired in 1997. The remainder of his time has been spent in developing a solution to the problem that the Medical Care Industry is posing at the present time to bankrupt the country. This booklet, and the books that follow, is directed toward this solution.

Secret Cures For Asthma and Heart-burn * by James Gordon Vatcher, MD
Publication Date: April 30, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4628-5207-9
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4628-5208-6
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4628-5209-3

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