6/25/2016

The other day I received an email from you about your new web site, and last night I went to your new site and noticed the testimonial from Rick P. The difference in his COPD caught my interest as I suffer with COPD as well as Pulmonary Fibrosis so breathing and keeping up my oxygen is a big concern to me.  I initially tried just adding a few drops to my distilled water, but really didn't notice much, if any, change. So using the John Ellis Water just fell by the wayside for me. But after reading about Rick P. my thoughts changed a bit.

Today I am drinking 8 ounces 3 or 4 times during the day, and it seems to have improved my oxygen stats by 2 to 3 points.  To give you a prospective 90 is the minimum one should have with a blood oxygen measurement.  Even sitting here at my desk with 3 liters of oxygen I was often down to 87 or even lower. Just moving around the house often would leave me out of breath.  This morning I drank 8 ounces of John Ellis Water, and shortly thought I noticed a difference.  Later that morning I checked my stats at my desk with the usual 3 liters of oxygen going, and I was up to 93 which is a big change.  I had another 8 ounces around 2PM this afternoon, and my oxygen was still pretty good.  The only time it fell back to around where it had previously been was around 9PM, several hours after my last glass of John Ellis Water.  So tonight I drank some, and I show a reading of 91 for oxygen.  My thought is I will need to drink it several times during the day, at least for a while.

-Bob S.

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