Phil Mershon: Journey of Healing with Kaqun Water

Healing with Kaqun

Introduction to Kaqun Water Therapy

Phil Mershon embarked on a trip to Las Vegas to relieve his persistent health issues, which had been deteriorating over time, affecting his lungs, sinuses, stomach, and cognitive abilities. In his quest for healing, he discovered Kaqun, a therapy involving immersion in oxygenated water designed to oxygenate cells and eliminate toxins. Intrigued by the potential benefits, Phil was eager to share his experience with his friend Lindsay, who was aware of his ongoing health struggles.

Insights and Progress Through Therapy

Phil learned from his friend Joanne that Kaqun water therapy had proven effective for cancer patients by delivering oxygen directly to cells and facilitating the body’s detoxification process. He likened it to hyperbaric chambers with a gentler and more accessible approach. Phil encouraged Lindsay to delve into the research on Kaqun and consider discussing it with her holistic doctors, offering to provide supporting studies to aid her investigation.

Having dealt with frequent sickness, sinus problems, and respiratory complications over the years, Phil’s concentration, decision-making, and overall mental well-being had been adversely affected. With anticipation, he arrived in Las Vegas and began his first day at Kaqun, the facility offering Kaqun water baths and treatments.

Overcoming Challenges and Seeking Growth

Phil candidly acknowledged his struggles with addiction, encompassing various stimulants and habits. He recognized that discipline and accountability played crucial roles in overcoming these addictions, along with seeking professional counseling and guidance. While Kaqun water therapy positively impacted the physical aspects of his cravings, he acknowledged the need for additional help in overcoming alcohol addiction and redirecting his devotion toward spiritual growth.

During his initial day of therapy, Phil experienced a surprising reaction in his sinuses while taking his first bath. It felt like years of chronic sinus issues, surgeries, and antibiotic treatments were being released from his body. Uncertain about what lay ahead, Phil completed his first day of three daily baths and reflected on his purpose for coming to Las Vegas: to address stress, anxiety, chronic illness, and improve his overall well-being.

Progress and Lessons Learned

During his treatment, Phil noticed significant changes in his physical and mental state. He experienced moments of weakness, tiredness, and heaviness in the chest, indicating the therapy’s effectiveness in addressing respiratory conditions and promoting detoxification. Additionally, Phil discovered that combining Kaqun water with supplements such as milk thistle enhanced their efficacy.

Through conversations with Dr. Lyons, the founder of Kaqun, Phil learned that the therapy was stirring up dormant health issues, specifically aspergillosis. The oxygen in the Kaqun water attacked and pushed out the fluids associated with this condition, leading to temporary pressure in his chest. Dr. Lyons assured Phil that this effect would subside within the second week of treatment. Furthermore, monitoring the color of his urine served as an indicator of the toxins being flushed out of his cells.

Embracing a Holistic Approach to Well-being

As Phil progressed through his therapy, he recognized the significant role mental health played in overall well-being. He understood that nutrition, hydration, and the substances we consume and surround ourselves with all have an impact. Phil became more mindful of what he put into his body, diversified his diet, and considered incorporating daily affirmations into his bath routine to enhance mental well-being.

Throughout his journey, Phil experimented with different techniques and observed their effects. For instance, he tried using Kaqun water for nasal rinses, which resulted in a burning sensation and increased sneezing, demonstrating the water’s potency. He also discovered that podcasts and moments of stillness were more effective than music during the lengthy bath sessions, highlighting the importance of finding a balance between stimulation and relaxation.

Navigating Challenges and Gratitude

As Phil progressed to three baths a day, he encountered new challenges, such as fatigue, sinus discomfort, and stomach disturbances. However, he understood that these difficulties were part of the detoxification process, indicating that his body was undergoing significant changes, releasing toxins, and working towards healing. Emotional turbulence also emerged, leading to occasional moments of vulnerability and tears.

Throughout his journey, Phil found encouragement and support from the Kaqun team, fellow participants, and his loved ones. He unearthed long-forgotten memories, contributing to a better understanding of his journey and personal growth. These discoveries fueled his determination to embrace the process fully and seek professional help when necessary.

Continuing the Healing Journey

Annika Brown, the daughter of the founder of Kaqun, provides insights on incorporating Kaqun water therapy into daily life for ongoing benefits. She suggests lifestyle changes, foot baths, regular consumption of Kaqun water, light exercise, IV therapy, and involving spouses in the wellness journey. She also recommends incorporating infrared sauna sessions for additional benefits.

Phil Mershon discovered that Kaqun water, often referred to as living water, possesses activated cells that bring life to the body. This experience reminded Phil of the biblical concept of living water, symbolizing eternal nourishment and continuous rejuvenation. Drawing inspiration from a biblical story, Phil realized the significance of immersing oneself in water for healing.

Reflecting on the Healing Journey

Phil acknowledged that his healing with Kaqun water involved an ongoing process. Each day presented unique challenges and benefits, ranging from experiencing fatigue, chest tightness, and breathing difficulties to moments of mental and spiritual reflection. Phil recognized the importance of embracing the highs and lows of his healing journey, trusting in the power of prayer and mindset shifts.

Honest Experiences and Surprising Occurrences

Phil shared his honest experiences with Kaqun baths, emphasizing that they were not a simple remedy but an intricate process. He described days when he felt completely drained and canceled plans due to exhaustion. Phil also highlighted the variability of each bath, with some leaving him refreshed and others triggering headaches or sinus sensations. Additionally, he mentioned the need for frequent bathroom visits due to increased water consumption.

As Phil reached the final days of his 14-day journey, he reflected on his progress. Despite enduring intense detoxification symptoms, such as fatigue, nausea, and stomach flare-ups, Phil remained hopeful and acknowledged the positive changes he experienced. He emphasized the fundamental role of water and oxygen in human life and expressed gratitude for the healing he had already witnessed.

He was grateful to Dennis Yu for encouraging him to do this.

Seeking Continued Support and Growth

Phil consulted his primary care doctor to discuss his symptoms and medical history. While acknowledging the challenges of accurately diagnosing complex conditions like Lyme disease, his doctor recommended exploring DNR (Dynamic Neural Retraining System) to address the long-term effects of various stressors on the body and brain. Phil expressed a willingness to reintegrate positive habits, seek counseling, and retrain his brain’s responses to stress.

Question for you guys

Question for you guys

These past few months have been wild! If you had asked me on March 1st how I would cope with being on lockdown, I would have laughed in your face.

And yet, here we are.

We’ve had some time to process, reflect, and hopefully begin emerging on the other side of this crisis, so I thought I’d crowdsource our new collective knowledge.

The response was overwhelming! I’ve posted the most creative and thoughtful replies here. Please add to the list! Hit me up in the comments.

How do you not get stressed out being on lockdown?

I think the answer here is that there is no one answer. If it feels good, and it doesn’t hurt anyone else, then embrace it. We’ll get through this, #TogetherApart .

I want to read your comments! What are you doing to get through this crazy time?

Health Care

We provide our people with free healthcare in the United States– they don’t pay a dime.

And that means no cost to see a doctor or even call the hotline.

We have people all over the United States, as well as the Philippines.

It’s a bit over $100 a month– which seems too good to be true. But then you understand how they cut unnecessary spending to get you the right treatments at the right price.

X-rays at a couple of hundred dollars instead of a couple of thousand dollars.

They have ramped up their services because of COVID-19. And they now offer a Virtual Primary Care Visit for only $49– way better than telemedicine, since they will follow-up.

COVID-19 testing and other services are free for members.

I think this will revolutionize healthcare by cutting out waste to make proper care truly affordable to everyone.

And that employers will use employer-funded healthcare as a competitive advantage to attract and keep good people.

Not a start-up. Dr. David Berg started Redirect Health 25 years and has set up methods to cut the waste in the horribly confusing and complex system.

Check them out.

Check this out!

20% hydrogen mix in gas will significantly alleviate CO2 pollution from cooking.

But even cooler is how the hydrogen gas is produced via a hydrogen boiler.

An electrolysis process shocks the water, releasing both hydrogen and oxygen. Now what if there was a special way to have the hydrogen bubble out, but have the oxygen remain in the water in oxygen clusters?

The hydrogen supplied in the UK comes not from canisters or air, in the same way, that Kaqun water doesn’t have oxygen forced into it.

It’s an electrolysis process that creates charged ions– negative H2 ions at the cathode and positive O2 at the anode. Kangen water (alkaline) is produced this way.

But depending on whether the electrode is nickel-based platinum or other metals, you’ll get different outcomes.

Check out this BBC article.


Transcutaneous oxygen levels TCpO2 have been clearly linked over the years to cancer, diabetes, and all forms of disease and inflammation.

3 hypoxia researchers won a Nobel Prize in medicine for this research last month, continuing what Otto Warburg won a Nobel Prize in 1931 for (linking cancer to hypoxia).

I’ve been spending the last few weeks looking at how TCpO2 machines are used in medicine. For example, to mark exactly where to amputate the leg in diabetes patients– where blood flow stops.

So if we know that tissue-level oxygen (not blood-level) is tied to disease and measurable– and there is a technology that clearly can affect tissue-level oxygen, wouldn’t you want to research further?

I predict that in 20 years, people will see upping their oxygen pressure levels (measured as pO2 mmHg) as common as taking blood pressure.

And that we will eliminate most chronic diseases, avoiding a lot of needless deaths– as more people see that oxygen is available to the cells other than via respiration.

Read more, here.

Watch this.

Cancer cells are hypoxic (lacking oxygen).

And even healthy cells, deprived of oxygen, eventually become tumors, as proven by Warburg (Nobel Prize 1931).

So the body tries to get more oxygen to them via angiogenesis (blood vessel formation), triggered by HIF (hypoxia-induced factors).

The cell regulates metabolism by the oxygen available to it, known since the 1990s, especially by Kaqun researchers.

Last month, 3 hypoxia researchers won the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology for further understanding on the HIFa genes that switch on and off in various partial pressures of oxygen.

Watch the first 5 minutes of this video and delve further into what science is now understanding about oxygen.

Your life literally depends upon it– whether you are suffering from chronic illness or not, and I believe you’ll see further breakthroughs in oxygen research in the next 6 months.