Results and Observations

No contraindications have been observed in the treatment with Dialytic Water. The reason is that Dialytic Water attacks the physical structure of the stones, not the chemical structure. Since it is not a chemical process, it does not attack mucous membranes or tissues.
There are two kinds of calcium in the human body: amorphous calcium (colloidal) and ionic calcium (metallic).
• Colloidal calcium is useful in the formation of bones, blood, bile, etc.

• Ionic calcium goes into the formation of salts, specifically carbonates, phosphates, calcium oxalates and urates, which are very harmful in their crystalline form. This is the type of calcium eliminated by Dialytic Water.
Dialytic Water avoids the danger of decalcification since the water prepared that way does not attack the colloidal calcium but tends to physically disintegrate the structures of the crystalline elements of the stones.
Therefore, Dialytic Water does not decalcify the body because it does not act against colloidal calcium (amorphous), but against the calcium metal salts (ionic) formations.
The removal of large stones is remarkable in the disintegration of their crystalline elements in the form of gravel and small stones, and the rejuvenation of tissues, as explained above. For these reasons, the elimination is often achieved free of pain, as difficult as it seems.
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