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Seawater - is a mysterious substance - revered and feared for millenia - but it is also a therapeutic one and many eminent scientists and medical pioneers have experimented with and documented the strange and highly beneficial healing qualities of seawater.
This web site is an educational one. Yes, the prime focus is on one of the pricipal promulgators of seawater, René Quinton, for whom we have reserved a large section of this web site to show his life, his therapeutical protocol, his research and many of his success cases, complete with numerous revealing photos. We also have documents by Doctors such as Jarricot, Macé, Passebecq, M.F. Paya, Robert Simon, the Delalande Medical Research Center, de Lauture and even the Vidal Dictionary. A series of highly revealing experiments with dogs, undertaken by R. Quinton, were repeated some 50 yeas after the first series and they completely vindicated and supported the unique premise that diluted seawater can be a direct substitute for human and animal blood (plasma).
Because of the striking similarity between Isotonic Ocean Water and internal body fluids, notably the blood, diluted Ocean Water has been called by various names:
Hypertonic Seawater is, of course, the pure undiluted substance that comprises our oceans. It is harvested with a stringent quality control protocol.
We have a fine bibliography for many of our published and unpublished documents. Full credits are provided where we have quoted other related articles. In many ways, we endeavor, as a team, to provide up-to-date information and our mission is to further this immensely worthwhile cause any way we can. We also have a testimonial page where we hope to add further anecdotal case histories that don't really prove a thing but can underline in an eloquent way how seawater can help even little problems that we so much take for granted and often label as 'old age symptoms'.
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