March 28, 2017

Prills

Bag of PrillsPrills help water to release old patterns and dense vibratory information. They “loosen” the molecular structure of the water and prepare it for structuring and imprinting. To a limited extent, prills also neutralize a number of toxins in water. The authors of Dancing with Water use prills as a preconditioning treatment for all their water, prior to any other treatment.

Prills are made of magnesium oxide. They are kiln dried to preserve their integrity. When placed in water, prills transfer the frequencies of hydrogen and magnesium to create energized water with exceptional hydrating qualities. Prills are especially good for remineralizing “empty” (distilled and reverse osmosis) water because they eventually form magnesium bicarbonate in a two-step process:
Step 1: Prills slowly change in water to form magnesium hydroxide: MgO + H2O ? Mg(OH)2
Step 2: Empty water naturally attracts carbon dioxide and forms carbonic acid. It is the reason empty water has an acidic pH. When magnesium hydroxide joins with the carbon dioxide in empty water, magnesium bicarbonate forms: Mg(OH)2 + 2CO2 ? Mg(HCO3)2

Prills raise the pH and add buffering capacity to water. They also provide a small amount of magnesium in a bio-available form (as magnesium bicarbonate).

How to Use Prills
One bag of Prills will treat a gallon of water in 24 hours. Once the original water has been treated, it can be used like a culture (along with the Prills) to treat other batches of water in a much shorter period of time.  You may also leave a bag of Prills in a larger container of water for a longer period of time. Draw water out as necessary and continue to refill the container.

Other uses

Place a bag or two of prills in your bath or footbath.  Use prills in your water cooler or gravity water filter. Plants and pets also respond to prill water.

Prills are available in a 3 oz. bag – ($14.99) or as a part of Introductory Kit #2.

 

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