On June 23rd, 2016, a man from Australia ordered one bottle of Precious Waters (TM) gel spray to start treating what he described as a “forest” of melanoma sores all over his body, especially his legs, back and chest, so thick in many places you could not see the skin. He had tried “everything,” he said, but nothing helped. He was scared and shared that his future looked grim. Melanoma after all is a deadly skin cancer that, if not treated, can grow inward and ultimately cause death.
With just the first spraying of the gel spray, it took away all his “wowies,” he said, referring to the pain. Over the next four months he used 85 bottles of Precious Waters (TM) nanosilver water and 89 of the gel spray, probably many times more than anyone else has used them for a single condition by a factor of 7 or 8, but he obviously feels it was worth it. His November 3 email to Harry started this way:
“I’m still beating this malady that wants to win, but it’s not going to win!
I’m down to 8 little monsters on my back now, this is a real good scene to what it was!”
Shipping charges to Australia for that many bottles are costly, but this man has never mentioned or complained about the cost. When you consider the alternatives, that’s understandable. What’s a bright outlook on life and freedom from pain worth?
No claims here whatsoever. Just another gratifying example of a coincidence where someone gets great results at the same time they happen to be taking Harry’s nanosilver! For Harry, the joy is in hearing from all these people who are so happy to get past challenging physical maladies.
Harry’s daughter Theresa recently developed a severe, painful case of Shingles on her scalp and forehead, dangerously close to her right eye. The doctor was concerned that she might lose sight in her right eye.
She started taking “strong” doses of the Precious Waters (TM) nanosilver water and also used the gel spray, both 3 to 4 times a day. She started feeling better right away, and after 3 days she no longer felt sick. After two weeks all symptoms were almost gone entirely and she had no pain.
Another happy coincidence!
An 18-month-old girl, the daughter of one of Harry’s in-law relatives, developed severe blisters around her lips and in her mouth. Not only did she cry from the discomfort it caused her, but she would not eat. Doctors did not give an immediate diagnosis, but subsequent internet research indicates that it was probably a case of hand-foot-and-mouth disease, common in children in child care settings, caused by infection with the coxsackievirus A16. (It is different from hoof-and-mouth disease in animals.)
The virus can remain in the body for weeks after the symptoms of the disease have disappeared, and in most cases symptoms will disappear after a week or two. That week or two, however, can be most painful for the baby and most stressful for parents, who in this case desperately wanted to find some way to relieve her suffering quickly.
The doctors did not want to administer antibiotics for fear of harming the baby’s kidneys, so the parents decided to put some Precious Waters (TM) gel spray on her pacifier and in just one day the blisters went away and she was back in child care the following day. Her mother supplied Harry a video of the baby singing with her the next day.
As always, no claims are made. Just another happy coincidence. Harry would like as many parents as possible to know about this, however, so they might experience the same happy coincidence if and when their baby contracts this painful virus.