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Magnetic Water

    Magnetic water remains a little known treatment in the field of magnetic therapy plus there is always much speculation as to the validity of magnetising water. Despite this scepticism magnetic water remains one of magnet therapies most powerful treatments. Many scientists and doctors profess that it is impossible to magnetise water, that water quite simply can not hold a magnetic charge, my answer to these people is , ďdo a little more scientific research and you will find that all water in itís natural state (such as a spring) has a magnetic chargeĒ.

    In order to fully understand how magnetised water works it is important to know a little bit about the water that comes out of your tap. The original source of water is mountain streams, which flow into rivers and eventually out to sea. The water has had contact with both over ground and under ground during the passage to the sea. As the water passes under ground (many rivers and streams pass under ground) it comes into contact with the earthís magnetic field, the magnetic charge is passed into the water and it becomes magnetised. Similarly as the water flows over ground it comes into contact with magnetic rock (lodestone) and water is again magnetised.

    Once water is collected for consumption, it has to be treated and purified. During transportation to the treatment plant the water is carried in under ground metal pipes. The water is de-magnetised by the presence of the metallic lining of the pipes and when it is purified and comes out of the tap it is no longer magnetised. If you drink water from a spring at its source it will be magnetised. The benefits of spring water have long been recognised, how ever once the water is bottled and removed from the source it will only keep itís magnetism for 3 days before it dissipates. It is not possible to permanently magnetise water.

How to magnetise water?

    There are three ways to magnetise water, some are more effective than others. The table below shows the three different methods.

Type of Magnet Strength of magnet Method of magnetisation
Bar, disk or funnel magnet 800-3,000 gauss/80-300 m tesla By dripping tap water over the magnet and catching it in a suitable receptacle ( bowl, glass, jug etc.) The main disadvantage of this method is that exposure to the magnet is for a very short period of time and no guarantee can be made as to how much of the magnetic fields has been absorbed by the water. Also you have to stand holding the magnet under the water supply until you have collected the required amount.
Water wand ( long thin cylinder magnet, very much like a pen) 2,300 gauss/230 m tesla By immersing the wand into a vessel containing water. The wand should be left in-situ for approx 15 minutes in a volume of around 330 mls and for 60 minutes for a volume of approx 1-2 litres, for larger quantities simply increase the length of exposure. This is one of the easiest ways to magnetise water as you place the wand inside a vessel and leave it. It is perfectly safe to leave the wand in the water for longer than the specified time, it will not 'over magnetise' the water.
A magnetic coaster ( flat disc very much like a drinks coaster) 3,000 + / 300 + m tesla By standing a vessel of water on top of the coaster for approx 24 hours. This method is the slowest of the three because the magnet does not come into direct contact with the water. The vessel walls act as a barrier that the magnetic field must pass through in order to be absorbed by the water. Fir this reason the magnetic strength of the coaster must be at least 3,000 gauss/300 m tesla and exposure for at least 24 hours.

    The way in which water is magnetised influences the length of time the magnetic field will remain in the water. When using the dripping method the water will only remain magnetised for 24 hours, so it must be consumed and a new batch made each day. However water which is magnetised by the wand or coaster method will keep itís magnetism for 3 days. This allows you to magnetise a large quantity at one time and then decant it into smaller vessels, for example drinking bottles, and store it for future use.

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