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What does Water do for the body

Water is a Colorless and Odorless liquid. It is one the most common substances on the Earth. It forms the Seas , Lakes , Rivers, and the Rain. Water is very important for life. It is the basis of the fluids of living organisms. We need water to drink, to wash hands, to cook, to water plants and many other things.

Level of water in the Body
70 to 75%

Daily requirement of Water in the Body
8 to 10 glasses

Functions of water in the Body
Lubricates moving parts
It Carries waste products out of the Body
Water Provides a medium Biochemical reactions such as metabolism (digesting food, producing energy, and building tissues)
Regulates Body temperature, cools the Body with moisture (perspiration) that evaporates on the Skin

Benefits of water in the body
Control Calories
Lubricate Joints
Help in Digestion
Eliminate waste material
Keeps Body temperature normal
Protect spinal cord and other sensitive tissues
Drinking Water maintains the balance of the body fluids
Gets rid of wastes through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements

Effects of Water Deficiency in the body
Dry Skin
No Tears, Dry itchy eyes
Sunken Eyes
Fast Heart rate
Less urine than normal
Lethargy, Irritability or Fatigue
Dry or sticky mouth, caused by too little saliva

Effects of excess Water in the Body
Ingesting more water than need may increase Blood volume. Water increases Blood volume. If this happens too often, it puts unnecessary burden on the Heart and the Blood Vessels. Drinking too much water may deplete Potassium. It may cause Leg pains , Chest pains , Shaking and Irritability.

Herbs Containing Water

Most Effective

Highly Effective

Crotalaria Ochroleuca


Acalypha Bipartita
Acanthosicyos Naudinianus
Afzelia Bipindensis
Aleurites Moluccanus
Allanblackia Stuhlmannii
Alternanthera Littoralis
Amaranthus Blitum
Amaranthus Dubius
Amaranthus Graecizans
Artemisia Keiskeana
Bauhinia Petersiana
Beilschmiedia Mannii
Borassus Madagascariensis
Boscia Angustifolia
Brussels Sprout
Castanea Mollissima
Cenchrus Biflorus
Ceratotheca Sesamoides
Ceropegia Papillata
Chrysophyllum Lacourtianum
Cleome Rutidosperma
Cnidoscolus Aconitifolius
Coccinia Adoensis
Coccinia Sessilifolia
Commiphora Pterocarpa
Common Iceplant
Copaifera Mildbraedii
Copaifera Religiosa
Copaifera Salikounda
Cordeauxia Edulis
Cordia Millenii
Crambe Hispanica
Crassocephalum Rubens
Crotalaria Brevidens
Cucumeropsis Mannii
Cucumis Africanus
Cucumis Anguria
Cucurbita Ficifolia
Daniellia Klainei
Daniellia Ogea
Digitaria Exilis
Dioscorea Hispida
Diospyros Lycioides
Eremospatha Macrocarpa
Erythrococca Bongensis
Erythrococca Kirkii
Forest Ironplum
Gilbertiodendron Dewevrei
Gnetum Buchholzianum
Hibiscus Asper
Hibiscus Congestiflorus
Indian Lovegrass
Medicago Lupulina
Oenanthe Javanica
Sow Thistle
Wild Leek
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