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water cure

n.
Hydropathy or hydrotherapy.
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Back then, a complete water cure lasted 24 weeks and consisted of many different hydrotherapies.
Another unconvincing argument, given an entire chapter, "Water," sees the Champel water cure everywhere.
He also dismissed the notion that the water cure did "serious damage.
In 1842, Drs James Wilson and Gully set up their water cure establishments in Belle Vue, at the centre of town.
Drink a glass of water: The late Dr Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, author of The Water Cure (www.
The crude state of medicine for much of the 18th and 19th centuries, and the scarcity of fresh, clean water, opened the door to many forms of water cure in the mineral-rich springs which were first discovered in Wales in Roman times.
Visitors will experience a night at the opera, a gala dinner, a golf tournament and even a mineral water cure.
Even the close aide of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte, Leoncio Evasco, a former priest who became an activist, went through two types of water cure as a form of torture, and had to endure beatings that made him forget about God.
Perma-Liner Industries, a worldwide supplier of trenchless lining products, has released its new heat assist equipment--Hot Water Cure and Steam Cure.
The notion of the Malvern water cure gathered pace and was widely popularised in the Victorian era.
He added: "The Chinese water cure, which is relatively well known, was a hot bath, followed by a cold foot bath, which opens up the blood vessels and reduced the body temperature.
Many were gang-raped, while others were subjected to water cure or electric shock before being sexually abused, said Santos, who has since devoted her time to working for the human rights of Filipino women.