“If there is in nature a remedy, which deserves the name of universal, it is, in my opinion, pure water.”

DISTILLED WATERS KNOWLEDGE: FRIEDRICH HOFFMANN

A highly revered German physician and chemist who lived from February 19, 1660 to November 12, 1742.

“If there is in nature a remedy, which deserves the name of universal, it is, in my opinion, pure water.  The use of it is so general, and so necessary to us all, that we can neither live nor preserve our bodies sound and healthy without it.”

— Friedrich Hoffmannfrom page 20, Journal of Health, Number 2, Volume 1, September 23, 1829, Printed in Philadelphia.

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“Hoffman, a German physician of note, long ago truly said, that “if there exists anything in the world that can be called a panacea (a universal remedy) it is pure water; first, because it will disagree with nobody ; secondly, because it is the best preservative against disease ; thirdly, because it will cure agues and chronic complaints; fourthly, because it responds to all indications.”

— Friedrich Hoffmann, from page 19, Water-Cure for Ladies by Marie Louise Shew, Revised by Joel Shew, M.D., First Published in New York, 1844.

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