Nicaragua adopts the ingestion of seawater as official medicine

Nicaragua adopts the ingestion of seawater as official medicine

The Marine Dispensaries Project in Nicaragua covers a population of more than 20 thousand patients in 60 dispensaries located in Managua, its capital, and in the main departmental capitals of the country.

The director of the Santo Domingo Clinic in that city, promoter of the first marine dispensary in Central America, is Dr. María Teresa Ilari, who gives monthly national conferences to spread this new medicine and also represents Nicaragua in international congresses that treat the intake of sea water.

The Natural Medicine Network is coordinated by the religious Julie Marciacq, who distributes seawater to the centers of the Ministry of Health and to dispensaries that cannot supply themselves. It also spreads consumption and supplies sea water to more than 2,000 peasants affected by the Nemagón insecticide, which caused many illnesses to the workers of the banana plantations.

Seawater is distributed free of charge and is extracted in the seas, although in Europe it is already marketed under the name Plasma de Quinton. Thanks to the research and dissemination work of the Aquamaris Foundations (Spain,, Seawater (Miami,, and PRODIMAR (Project of Marine Dispensaries, Colombia) on therapeutic and nutritional use of sea water, the benefits of oral consumption of sea water in the recovery of health and human and animal malnutrition have been proven in Nicaragua.

The daily intake of an average of 500 ml of pure (hypertonic) seawater, with a composition in ions and trace elements equivalent to that of blood plasma and the extracellular medium, has allowed rapid improvement in allergic problems, insomnia, muscle and joint pain , heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, liver cirrhosis, gastritis, chronic varicose ulcers, kidney failure, etc. It is also applied topically in skin conditions.

What is it like to drink sea water

These results are recorded in the medical records of the Sto Clinic. Sunday in Managua. Patients are able to reduce or discontinue the medications they previously took, and many of them are discharged fully recovered. Dr. Alfredo Ruíz, a professor at the Polytechnic University of Nicaragua, performs a 6-month follow-up of patients who consume seawater, checking the progress.

The health authorities observe the phenomenon and are training doctors and nurses from the public health system in addition to disseminating the results of clinical trials carried out at the University of Antioquia (Colombia) and the national and international casuistry.

For this, the authorities of that country organized in conjunction with the Directorate of Medical Attention of the Ministry of Health (Dr. Carlos Jarquín, Director) and with the Faculty of Medicine of the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, headquarters of Managua (Dr. Freddy Meynard , dean) and León (Dr. Rodolfo Peña, dean), the second course of therapy with seawater.

With regard to maritime pollution, pathogenic microorganisms of accidental land origin are inactivated in the sea by different mechanisms that are related to the book by Dr. Ángel Gracia and Dr. Héctor Bustos: “The healing power of sea water. Organic nutrition ”. The microbiological examination of the water carried out at the Ministry of Health has reported satisfactory results.

For 5 years, the Ministry of Transportation and the Mayor's Office of Managua, transfer seawater monthly in tanker trucks to the Santo Domingo clinic from where it is distributed free of charge to those who request it.

The treatments have also had economic effects, due to the rapid recovery of health, the lower consumption of drugs and the prompt work integration of the sick. 500 ml of sea water consumed during the day, whether pure, diluted or mixed with food, is the universal recipe for all individuals, both for its cure and for prevention, including malnutrition.

Sea water is also used in patients with high blood pressure, heart disease, liver cirrhosis and kidney failure, who have salt contraindicated, but in this case sea water has dissolved chloride and sodium and therefore its action is beneficial being diuretic.

Nicaragua is facing the construction of mareducts in regions near, and not so close to the sea, to facilitate the execution of related projects in the coastal regions of the planet. Because it is a novel topic, and based on volunteering, its expansion is gradually taking place and the beneficiaries are the main sources of dissemination of the practice of seawater consumption.

Nicaragua, land of lakes and volcanoes, cradle of poets and dreamers, is a pioneer in the institutional development of this healing practice that has been in existence for a century and a half, with Dr Quinton, a French physician, as the forerunner of this free medicine, denied by laboratories, which would affect their succulent businesses worldwide.


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