Willow Water and the Willow Water Challenge.

This is a continuation on from my post about psoriasis treatment. I talked about switching my drinking water to Willow Water.

A bit about them … from their website….

“Willow Water’s mineral content is a unique blueprint that reflects the geology of the Cartmel area. Just below the surface on Cartmel Fell lies a deep layer of peat formed from the remains of a prehistoric forest of white willow trees. This ancient woodland once covered the southern Lake District in a dense canopy.As rain falls on Cartmel Fell the rainwater travels through this layer picking up valuable salicin on its journey. A substantial layer of limestone provides a natural filter and also endows Willow Water with its significant calcium content. The water travels down away from the fells peaks, picking up the remaining minerals which make up its unique composition, and forms the aquifer in the sand and gravel beds that exists below the Cartmel area.”

It is supposedly the amounts of calcium and salicin that gives the water the ability to clear up skin. The company boasts that up to 70% of women said it helped their skin. I would love to be in that bracket.

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Now I am just starting my 6 week Willow Water Challenge. I am having some trouble registering with the company though. But they claim that if you take the 6 week challenge and there is no difference or you need more time they will send you out a 6 week supply of their water and if you are successful in the 6 weeks and send them your story they will put your name up for a prize draw of a 6 week supply of the water.

I am one week in and I have to drink 1 bottle of 1.5 litres a day and so far no major difference but I didn’t expect it to work that quick. I just hope they let me register with them. It is costing me 14 euros a week. Worth it though if it works.

Week 1 Left Arm

Week 1 Left Arm

Week 1 Right Arm
Week 1 Right Arm

They don’t lok like much and compared to how bad they were they are doing alot better but they are both very sensitive and can go red and sore as quick.

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4 thoughts on “Willow Water and the Willow Water Challenge.

  1. Pingback: Psoriasis Treatment – Background « Leanne Sheridan's Blog

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