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I read about a study in Japan in which this protocol was used by a large group of men and women of all ages who had various medical conditions both serious and minor. At the end of 3 months, over 80% of the people who participated in the study had medically measureable improvements in their condition(s). At the end of 6 months, ALL of the people had medically measureable improvements in at least one of their medical conditions.

Here is the protocol: Every morning, during the first few minutes after awakening, I drink 32 oz. of water. I use two 16 oz. glasses. I put lemon juice in the first one, about a half of a fresh lemon squeezed into it. Then I don't eat anything for at least 45 minutes.

Here are the improvements I have noted after doing this for only two months:

My chronic bladder trouble, which my doctor said was related to my hsv2GH, is gone, completely cleared up. The brown liver spots on the backs of my hands have faded and almost disappeared; on one hand, they are gone. My digestion has improved and I am now regular for the first time in years. The most amazing improvement has been this: For the first time in over 20 years, I did not react to the first rain of the California rainy season by being in severe arthritic pain as I usually do! I woke up to the first rain of the year with NO pain whatsoever. Every year for the 20 years before this, I have had to miss work when it first rained because I was in so much pain that I could barely make it from the bed to my bathroom and needed multiple pain meds throughout the rainy season. I could not believe there was no pain at all. It's amazing. I have also had no problems from a salivary gland condition that has been so troubling it was beginning to look as if I would have to have surgery and the operation is risky and scarring. It appears on an xray that I have actually passed the salivary stone. And one more thing: I was able to easily give up coffee drinking for the first time in my adult life. I have been severely addicted to coffee and have tried to give it up many times and finally gave up on that project because I had too many withdrawal symptoms for too long to endure (headaches, fatigue for months). After only a few weeks on this water protocol, I woke up one day wide awake and having no urge to drink coffee and I haven't even wanted it for many weeks now. I now wake up alert and ready to go.

I realize that this might not help everyone here but considering it is free (more or less), easy to do, requires no willpower and doctors will not object to most people drinking some extra water, it seems worth a try.

I usually have about 2-3 herpes outbreaks a year. My last one was right before I started this and I have been doing the water/lemon protocol about two months. So I can't yet say if it will affect my herpes situation. But I do know from long experience (16 years with hsvGH) that stress triggers outbreaks and I am currently working with a difficult colleague who makes my days stressful....I will let everyone here know if I do have an outbreak or if this new protocol I am trying will have as good an affect on the herpes as it has had on so many other conditions I have.

I asked my doctor about this and he said he saw no way this would hurt me or anyone. My dentist agreed (my dental health/gums have also improved) and added that I should only put the lemon into the first glass of water as too much lemon water can damage tooth enamel.

Definitely worth a try, I think.

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