March 25, 2019

How to Remineralize “empty” Water

In 1980, the World Health Organization published the results of a study commissioned to provide guidelines for demineralized water. That study, conducted in Russia, concluded:

Not only does completely demineralised water have unsatisfactory organoleptic properities [taste] but it also has a definite adverse influence on the animal and human organism.

Water is not considered a major source of minerals—but perhaps it should be. In today’s world where food provides fewer and fewer minerals (and other nutrients) water is becoming a more significant source. Its role in maintaining electrolyte balance is well known. In the case of deficiency, the intake of minerals in drinking water can play a relevant role.

Although generally ignored, significant evidence exists that the consumption of demineralized water can have serious health effects. Research conducted in Russia concluded that water low in minerals was a risk factor for hypertension and coronary heart disease, gastric and duodenal ulcers, chronic gastritis, goiter, and complications in newborns and infants. The German Society for Nutrition reached similar conclusions and warned the public in 1993 against drinking distilled water. They reported symptoms that included cardiovascular disorders, fatigue, headache and muscle cramps.

True hydration does not occur with demineralized water. Perhaps this is why its consumption does not quench thirst. The absence of minerals in water leaches electrolytes from the body causing water retention (water in the extracellular fluid outside the cells) and osmotic changes in the blood. , For these reasons and many others, minerals should always be added back to water after any form of purification (distillation, reverse osmosis, deionization).

Unfortunately, the simple addition of minerals is not enough.

Demineralized water requires both remineralization and reconditioning to bring it to a point where it can support organic life. Movement and magnetic fields speed the process of reconditioning; Earth resonance and beneficial microbes help to bring balance.

Adding minerals
The addition of minerals in their ionized state is important—especially with demineralized (empty) water. Always add minerals in solution. In their liquid/ionized form, minerals find their place among water molecules more rapidly as the salt and water matrix develops. Given time, any natural, unprocessed salt solution will work.

You may also want to add extra bicarbonate salts. This is not absolutely necessary since unprocessed salts contain a small amount but the addition of bicarbonates provides buffering capacity (the ability to resist changes in pH) as well as numerous health benefits.

To add minerals to empty water, do one or both of the following:

1. Make a saturated salt solution as outlined below. Add the maximum amount when remineralizing empty water.

2. Make a concentrated solution of magnesium bicarbonate according to directions and add 1 Tbsp of the concentrate to each 1/2 gallon of demineralized water.

How much to add
.  Saturated salt solutions made with unprocessed salt – Add ¼ to ½ tsp. per half gallon of water .

.  Bamboo Salt – Add 2 to 10 drops of a saturated solution per half gallon.

.  OmniBlue Ocean Minerals – Add 10-20 drops per half gallon.

.  Other mineral blends – Add an amount that depends on the concentration of the brand.

Movement within magnetic fields
According to research conducted at Stanford University, it can take days for purified water to reach equilibrium. During this time, minerals must be assimilated into the water matrix. Movement and magnetic fields are the key to hastening this process. Water vortexing machines like the Duet Water Revitalizer provide an optimum environment for the reconditioning of empty water. The repetitive movement within a magnetic field re-tunes each molecule helping it to respond like a part of an orchestra rather than as an individual instrument. Manual methods like the vortex magnetizer and handheld flow forms like the WaterFall that incorporate magnetics can accomplish the same thing; they just require more personal attention. You can also create a magnetic field by placing magnets around a pitcher and manually stirring the water.

Duet Water Revitalizer

Duet Water Revitalizer

To provide movement within a magnetic field choose one of the following:

1. Place salts in water and then run the Duet Water Revitalizer on the 27-minute cycle. NOTE: The mineral basket with the Duet releases some minerals as the water spins but to remineralize empty water, additional salts should be added.

Vortex Magnetizer

2. Place salts in water and pour through the Vortex Magnetizer 10-12 times.

WaterFall (a flow form)

3. Place salts in water and pour through the WaterFall 10-12 times.

Placement of magnets to create a magnetic field for manual stirring

4. Place salts in water. Attach magnets to the container and stir for 20-30 minutes.





Additional ways to add minerals to empty water

There are additional ways to augment the minerals in purified/demineralized water as follows:

Bag of PrillsPrills are a form of magnesium oxide. They raise the pH and add buffering capacity to water in a two-step process:

Step 1: Prills slowly change in water to form magnesium hydroxide.
MgO + H2O  > Mg(OH)2

Step 2: When magnesium hydroxide joins with the carbon dioxide in empty water, magnesium bicarbonate forms.
Mg(OH)2 + 2CO2  > Mg(HCO3)2   Empty water naturally attracts carbon dioxide and forms carbonic acid. It is the reason purified water has an acidic pH.

Fulvic acids provide additional organic complexes to help carry minerals in a more biologically available form.

Maifan stone has been used for centuries in Asia to add minerals to water. Maifan stone (also called medicine stone) contains nearly 70% silicon dioxide (quartz) and a balance of other minerals in their oxide form. Oxides react with water to form hydroxides (and eventually bicarbonates) which slightly raise the pH in otherwise acidic water. Allowing water to sit in a container with maifan stone adds a balancing variety of minerals in their bicarbonate form. Equally important, maifan stone adds Earth resonance.

To augment the minerals in water, use any or all of the following:

1. Add a 3 oz. bag of prills to a container of purified water. Let sit overnight or longer.

2. Add fulvic acid (there are many brands online) It is often best to add fulvic acids several minutes prior to consumption because they tend to leave an organic residue on containers that will require frequent washing if allowed to sit for very long.

3. Add a handful (up to 1/2 lb. per gallon of water) of maifan stones to any water container filled with purified water. Let water sit overnight or longer.

Earth resonance
All methods of purification rob water of its connection with the Earth. Re-establishing this connection is important for water to be able to support organic life. There are a number of ways to re-establish the Earth connection. Most obvious is to either place water directly on the Earth or add a small amount of spring water to the demineralized water. Both of these will communicate the resonance of the Earth to water. Alternatively, the use of Earthenware (clay) and glass (silicon dioxide/quartz) vessels bring in the Earth’s energy, as does orgonite, laminar crystal, ceramic microbe technologies, and many of the Earth’s minerals. Use any or all of the following:

Earthenware (ceramic) and glass containers
Ceramic and glass both resonate with the Earth because they are made of natural materials. Glass is made of sand (mostly silicon dioxide). Ceramic materials are made of clay which is also composed of silica and a blend of minerals. Clay has a layered crystalline structure very similar to water’s crystalline geometry. It holds the resonance of the Earth more strongly than glass and it allows water to breathe—even when the clay has been glazed (although to a lesser degree).

water on orgonite charging plate

Orgonite also brings the resonance of the Earth to water. As it gathers life force and continuously dispels negative energy, orgonite naturally establishes a connection with the organic life force present in/around the Earth.

Water Cradle made of Laminar Crystal

Laminar crystal
Laminar crystal is a ceramic technology. It naturally carries the resonance of the Earth while attracting cosmic frequencies.

Beneficial microbes
Microbes exist in symbiotic relationship with all life forms on Earth. Some, referred to as extremophiles, live deep within the Earth. They represent some of the oldest organisms on the planet. During volcanic eruptions they are brought to the surface and after cooling, they can remain dormant within rocks for millions of years. When rocks break down, the surrounding soil is populated with beneficial organisms. It is one reason life flourishes several years after a volcanic eruption. Water that emerges from a pristine spring has some of the same microbes—supplied in minute quantities by igneous rocks as the water passes over them on the way to the surface. These microbes balance the flora in water.

Beneficial organisms play a role in water purification and in the natural development of full-spectrum, living water. The presence of beneficial microbes balances the water terrain (similar to balancing the microbial flora within the human body).


QELBY microbes in ceramic balls

A new product, referred to as QELBY, uses an ancient colony of microbes in ceramic products, construction materials and fabric. During rigorous testing, this group of products have shown great promise for amending soil and water, for enhancing the living/working environment and for surrounding the human body with an organic material that produces oxygen, radiates infrared, eradicates odor-causing bacteria, and shields from ultraviolet radiation.

Besides the addition of Earth resonance, the microbes in QELBY ceramics add infrared wavelengths that bring natural structure to water. They draw hydrogen (as protons), and attract photonic energy due to the presence of DNA. QELBY is a wonderful amendment where water will remain still for an extended period of time (overnight or longer) and a wonderful way to help condition purified water. Read more about microbes.

ER Mix_small

Earth resonance blend

qtz tube -ER mixEarth resonance mix
The authors have developed a special blend of Earth minerals that can be used to supply both magnetics and Earth resonance for structuring and conditioning water. The blend includes, paramagnetic sand, magnetite, quartz sand and mica (muscovite and biotite). Placing this mix around a vessel of water brings in the resonances of the Earth and refines water’s structure with a gentle magnetic field. It can also be used to fill quartz tubes which are placed around or inside a water vessel. Quartz magnifies the Earth resonance and amplifies the influence of minerals in the mix. It is ideal for reconditioning purified water or for the refinement of any source of water.

To add Earth resonance select any or all of the following:
1. Place water in a container of glass or earthenware. Allow water to sit overnight or longer.

2. Place a piece of orgonite underneath or around an incubating water vessel to bring in and augment the Earth’s resonance. Allow to sit overnight or longer.

3. Place laminar crystal objects in/around water and leave overnight or longer.

4. Place several ceramic QELBY balls in a container of water. Their use is ideal in a water dispenser where water will remain for an extended period of time.

5. Fill a quartz tube with the Earth resonance blend and place in a container of water overnight or longer.

6. Add a handful (up to 1/2 lb. per gallon of water) of maifan stones to any water container. Let water sit overnight or longer.