BHW Herbal Water can replace antibiotics.

by Dhirendra Nath Tripathi

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Bhagirathi Herbal Water (BHW) is a divine gift from nature, a result of ancient climatic history, beliefs and modern research. It keeps you free from all about deadly viral diseases including AIDS. 

In other words “ Use daily one liter it will keep you, fitter”.

Only we have it and we want to share it with all of you for the welfare of people concerning all over the world. 

According to the various studied reports of the UN and World Health Organization, more than half of the whole population in the world is deprived of clean drinking water. Near about 86% human diseases are caused by consumption of contaminated drinking water like Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera, Jaundice, Tuberculosis, Meningitis, Typhoid, Pneumonia etc. At present time about 3.7 million people in the world are infected with HIV also. Due to these deadly viruses, we are facing millions of premature deaths.

Our latest product Bhagirathi Herbal Water (BHW) can be a revolutionary step against being such world wide casualties . It is a natural drinking water as well as a proprietary  Ayurvedic medicine. Our claim that the people suffering from contaminated water borne diseases or infected with HIV , if consume half litre of this water in the morning and as well as in the evening, they will be more cured and can lead their normal life successfully  with a better health. It is a type of therapy called phage therapy.We made an experiment on a person infected with HIV, whose CD- 4 counts decreased from 341 to 325 during his ART treatment. We gave him it’s just one glass per day for five days and his CD – 4 counting increased up to 42 % and became 461. 
BHW is basically the purest form of water from river Ganges of India popularly called Gangajal and created with mixing of some immunity booster rare herbs in a micro quantity after a deep research. And drawn directly from Gangotri valley nearby Gangotri glacier and Gaumukh which is the source of river Ganges, situated on the southern slope of western Himalaya mountains called Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand state at the height of 6600 mts from sea level.

The water of river Ganges has some extraordinary, incredible, mysterious and miraculous powers. Nevertheless, in Ganges water, an unknown factor acts on the organic matters and bacteria and kills them. Ganga's self-purifying property leads to retaining 25 times more oxygen level from the atmosphere than any other river water in the world. Scientists do not know till now that how river retains so much oxygen. They are looking for the Ganges water's special properties at the river's source at the Himalayas. Himalaya had emerged at a site where the Tethys ocean once existed, as a result of a collision between the Indian and Eurasian tectonic plates. Hence Himalayas marine origin is known and it has been intriguing to find marine fossils high in the Himalayas. Typically the Himalayan permafrost melts and forms the origin of Ganges. Himalaya mountains have a wide range of valuable chemicals and minerals, there are many medicinal wild plants around the Gangotri glacier, radio active rocks, unusually cold and fast running water combine to form the river.

River Ganges has a special place for Hindu Devotees who consider it sacred and personification of goddess Ganga. They believe a dip in this holy river putrefy them of their sins and facilitates ‘Moksha’ or liberation from the cycle of life and death, as the water of Ganges is considered very pure.

In 1924 a German microbiologist J. Oliver mentioned in International Medical Journal of New York after his scientific examination that Ganges water is the cleanest, antibacterial disinfectant and healthy water in the world.
Ganges water has been used from time immemorial for medicinal, ritualistic and drinking purpose. As per Maharshi Vedavyas – Ganges water has the power of warding off all the evils of Kalyuga. Therefore it should be used in all the religious ceremonies and rituals when stored. No ritual worship is perfected and not even complete without these holy drops.

British king Edward VII invited all the Indian princes for his coronation ceremony in 1902 especially ask for Gangajal to Sawai Madho Singh ruler of Jaipur who carried with two big pots of Ganges water to London for that ceremony. Those pots are placed in London museum till now which signifies the importance of Ganges water.

In the 16th century the famous Mughal emperor Akbar the great called it ‘water of immorality' and always used Ganges water.  He traveled also with a supply.

In the 17th century, The British East India company used only Ganges water on its ships during the three months journey back to England because it stayed sweet and fresh.

Ancient Indians who used the water of river Ganges never required any antibiotics. 

Dr. Chandra Shekhar Nautiyal, Director of Indian Biological Research Institute, Lucknow found out in his experiment that pathogenic bacteria E colai ‘which causes deadly Cholera' when put into a 16-year-old sample of Ganges water, also died. 

In a study conducted by Malaria Research Centre in New Delhi, it was observed that water of Ganga did not host mosquito breeding and as to prevented mosquito breeding if added to another water source.

Ganges water has demonstrated it’s mysterious bactericidal activity and this mystery is still unfolding. Although scientists have found some bacteriophages in the water of the Ganges which eat the bacterias and viruses.
The first observation of Phage activity in Ganges water was reported in 1896, the British bacteriologist Ernest Hanburry Hankin studied the bactericidal properties of Ganges water, he found that colonies of cholera bacteria that thrived in distilled water even after 48 hours, when put into Ganges water died within three hours. He pursued his experiment by boiled Ganges water and filtered Ganges water,  to his surprise, while filtered water continued to show an antibacterial effect, the boiled water did not.

In 1916 a French Canadian microbiologist Felix D' Harelle discovered bacteriophages in Ganga water. Phases are composed of proteins that trap genetic material, Phages are also a potential tool for treating diseases caused by virus or bacteria, Unlike antibiotics, phages can neatly kill the pathogenic bacteria without harming the natural flora also presented in the human body. 
Development of Phage therapy was attempted in the United States during early 20th century, however, discontinued because of limited understanding of phages as well as the arrival of cheaper antibiotics.
Today, Phage therapy is once again being researched at a time when antibiotic resistance is becoming a major concern; many strains of bacterias have become resistant to antibiotics because of misuses or overuses of the antibiotics themselves. Therefore the potential of Phage therapy as a replacement for antibiotics is very promising.

Recently, Indian scientists have validated the scientific basis of the mysterious ‘ special power ‘ of the Ganges water which considered as X Factor.
Microbiologists from the Chandigarh (India) based Institute of Microbial  Technology (IMTECH), who had studied the special characteristics of Ganges water. For the first time, they have found and identified 20-25 bacteriophages which keep it nonputrefying. The Pure Ganges containing these bacteriophages can be used for the treatment of Tuberculosis (Mycobacterium), Typhoid (Salmonella ), Pneumonia ( Klebsiella and Acinetobactor  ) , Cholera (Vibrio) , Dysentery ( Shigella) , Diarrhoea ( Aeromonoas ) , Meningitis (Cronobacter ) etc. And it acts against  AIDS (HIV) also if added some additional rare herbs. In the sense of iron cuts iron, these bacteriophages have specified bactericidal characteristics. 
From the Gange’s long-standing reputation for self-cleansing to a potential solution for antibiotic resistance, Phages, and Phage therapy bridge the gap between ancient belief and modern science. 
Phage therapy could eventually replace antibiotics without any side effect. 
As Dr. Steven said river the Ganges is a divine gift to Indians. And out siders of India can only be temped with this.

Guided by the spirit of public welfare, we have planned to make and distribute BHW on a large scale.

I am a 52-year-old lawyer with my 19-year-old only son Aditya Nath Tripathi, we wish to take the advantage and benefits of Gangas water to the world. To make it cost-effective so that everyone can reap the benefit, a large project about cost of 1 Million USD which should be installed near at Gangotri valley and a capacity of at least per day 1 lac bottles of 1-liter BHW can be created by an untouched process. 
We also planed that the half of our total production output to the poor and needy community around the world may be made available only at cost price. Here, it may be mentioned that the most difficult terrain in the Gangotri valley, from where the nearest railway station and airport are located at approximately 300 km drive to Dehradun and in the winter season from December to March due to heavy snowfall can not be reached any Gangotri, so in eight months will be required to produce a full 12 months. 
 A broad public support is needed for this people welfare scheme. 'SARVE SANTU NIRAMAYAH means may all be free from illness is our mission. So we have decided to take the assistance of donors like you. We appeal to you and all the kind donors of the world that play your active role against contaminated water borne deadly diseases and AIDS and be a part of our mission to a better control on being the millions of premature human deaths worldwide every year.​
Price rate of BHW
Expected price rate may be 0.5 USD + or – 25 % per bottle containing 1 Litre BHW and cost price should be sell price  - 40%.

Targeted fund which is required by public support about 50 lac

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