1. This book was written to present a careful and candid account of the nature of water and its physiological effects.
2. To Explain the effects of water when used as a remedy for disease and to demonstrate its value as a remedial agent.
3. To show that the employment of water in the treatment of disease has been practiced by the most eminent physicians of all ages and is not a modern discovery.
4. To expose those absurd and erroneous practices which have brought the use of water as a remedy into disrepute and have thus deterred scientific physicians from adopting it.
Physical Properties of Water
Hygienic Relations of Water
Physiological Effects of Water
History of Water Cure
Errors in Water Cure
Applications of Water