Benefits of warm water

A group of Japanese Doctors confirmed that warm water is 100% effective in resolving some health problems, including:
Headache, migraine, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, pain of joints, sudden increasing and decreasing of heartbeat, Epilepsy, increasing level of cholesterol, cough, bodily discomfort, golu pain, asthma, hooping cough, blockage of veins, diseases related to uterus & urine, stomach problems, poor appetite, also all related diseases to the eyes, ear & throat.
How use warm water

Get up early in the morning and drink approximately 4 glasses of warm water when the stomach is empty. Do not eat anything 45 minutes thereafter.
You may not be able to make 4 glasses at the beginning, but slowly you will.
The warm water therapy will resolve the health issues within reasonable periods:👇
Diabetes in 30 days
Blood pressure in 30 days
Stomach related issues in 10 days
All types of cancer in 9 months
Blockage of veins in 6 months
Lack of hunger (Poor appetite) in 10 days
Uterus and related diseases in 10 days
Nose, Ear & Throat problems in 10 days.
Women's menstrual problems in 15 days,
Heart diseases in 30 days
Headache/Migraine in 3 days
Low blood pressure in 30 days.
Cholesterol in 4 months
Epilepsy and paralysis continuously in 9 months
Asthma in 4 months.

Ice water is bad for you

In the past, people used to say that if cold water does not affect you at young age, it will harm you at old age
Ice water closes 4 veins of the heart and causes heart attack. Cold drinks are main reason for Heart Attack.
ice water creates problems in liver; makes fat stuck with liver. Most of the people waiting for the transplant of liver are victims of cold water drinking.
Ice water affects internal walls of stomach.

Ice water affects stomach and big intestines and results in cancer.
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