Water that is pure
I was pretty shocked to read recently the report that traces of cocaine can now be found in UK tap water due to its use being so widespread. Of course Public Health England did advise that the trace amounts ‘aren’t dangerous’ but it brings into question yet again whether our tap water is really OK to drink – especially when we are told that we should be drinking at least eight glasses a day.
I’ve been agonising for years over the best water filtration system looking at jug filters, reverse osmosis filters, magnetic devices and even distilled water. I wish I had the definitive but in truth I’m still researching. I’ll share my recent find with you.
It’s a structured water unit – what does that mean, I hear you ask? Well I’m told that structured water units work at molecular level to allow water to clean itself and rebalance as nature intended.
The fluid water unit was devised by Clayton Nolte, a physicist. It is a multiple vortex and through specially tuned geometry the water spins and flows in both directions simultaneously at multiple times. Water is the ‘machine’, so there are no moving parts. The water cleans and structures itself. The units require NO filters, NO chemicals, NO salts, NO magnets, NO electricity, NO mechanical parts, NO maintenance.
The manufacturers explain it rather poetically by pointing out that if you pour a gallon of water from the top of a mountain, then collect at the bottom, the water is ‘structured’ and free from memory.
The main contingent of structured water is life force energy and that life force energy comes down to the molecule itself. They claim that structured water has a life force energy and can enter a cell to deliver oxygen which ignites the hydrogen that the cell and body needs. Structured water can increase the absorption of vitamins, minerals, medications and other supplements.
Even more poetically, they say: “The structured water produces bio-photons (light) therefore resonates at the same vibrational frequency as ‘Love’ (528 HZ).”
Wow – has to be worth a try!