‘Heal­ing water’ cured my mum, woman claims

Fiji Sun - - Business - MERE SATAKALA mere.satakala@fi­jisun.com.fj

Keresi Nau­reure still could not be­lieve that her 76-year-old mother, Asena Nau­reure, has been healed af­ter suf­fer­ing knee prob­lems, swollen an­kles and com­pli­ca­tions with her eyes for over 10 years. Ms Nau­reure said her mother’s an­kles are now all healed thanks to the so-called heal­ing wa­ters of Dawasamu. They say the ex­pe­ri­ence was over­whelm­ing and hail it as a mir­a­cle. “We went to De­lakado vil­lage last Tuesday for the first time and used the taps in the vil­lage to bathe and drink,” said an ex­cited Ms Nau­reure. “Now we don’t have to go for dress­ing in the health cen­tres any­more which we’ve been do­ing for years now. I’m just lost for words,” she said. For 24-year-old Jy­otika Ku­mar of Nau­sori, years of boils and pain on her scalp and leg were “healed” on Sun­day when she bathed in the Okana­sei creek in Natadra­dave vil­lage for the first time. “I washed my hair and all the par­ti­cles from the boil on my scalp came out,” said the as­ton­ished mother of one. Ms Ku­mar had the boils in her scalps since high school and she be­lieves the Dawasamu water is in­deed mir­a­cle water as she read so many tes­ti­monies about it on so­cial me­dia. Vil­iame Mori­sio, 37, of Lau­toka had his right knee in­jured dur­ing a car ac­ci­dent ear­lier this year, vis­ited Natadra­dave last Satur­day with his fam­ily. “I bathed in the water and when I went back home on Sun­day, my wife no­ticed that I could fi­nally sit with my knees bend to my sur­prise,” said Mr Mori­sio. Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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