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water chargers

Postby Dan~ » Thu Jun 22, 2017 10:54 pm

So, when i drink regular tap water, it kinda burns and feels odd.
I put tap water in a bottle with stones, then the burn goes away and the water tastes different.
In the near future I will have more stones and gems for a water charger.
I'll be using magnets too.

It's based in a theory of how water can store subtle energy, in both positive or negative forms of energy.
Also the idea that some stones emanate positive energies or helpful energies.
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Re: water chargers

Postby phyllo » Thu Jun 22, 2017 11:22 pm

Sounds like you are having a reaction to the chlorine in the water. It's added at the water treatment plants to kill bacteria. Chlorine is a known irritant. It has been linked to increased food allergies, eczema and asthma.

Chlorine can be filtered out or boiled off. If will also gas off into the atmosphere if the water sits for a long time. That may be happening when you put in the rocks.

The "taste" of water is caused by the chemicals and minerals in the water. The taste may be changing because the chlorine is dissipated or because minerals are leaching from the rocks that you put in.
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Re: water chargers

Postby Dan~ » Fri Jun 23, 2017 12:23 am

Thanks for your input / comments.
Right now I think the cause is a mix of what you said, and also the energy aspect of it.
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Re: water chargers

Postby Carleas » Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:14 pm

Have you done a blind taste test? I once bought a wine aerator and was convinced it made wine taste better/different until I did a blind test to see if I could tell the difference. I couldn't. Similarly true of pricey wines, which have been found repeatedly in blind tests to be reviewed no better than cheap wines (though not by me, I don't buy pricey wines).

On the other hand, I did a blind test with organic milk versus regular milk. That one was surprising because I found that organic milk actually does taste better than most regular milk, but that it has more to do with the kind of container the milk comes in (organic milk usually comes in opaque plastic or cardboard containers, where regular milk comes in translucent plastic). When comparing organic milks to regular milks in a cardboard container, it was much harder to tell the difference.

Taste is such a finicky sense, it's tough to separate the pure sensory stimuli from the full subjective experience that results from the stimuli plus our expectations, preconceptions, contextualizations, etc. about those stimuli.
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Re: water chargers

Postby Dan~ » Tue Jun 27, 2017 1:09 am

I have a voltmeter coming in the mail which might be useful for checking if it is possible to charge water in a electric sense of the word.
I look forward to my voltmeter greatly.
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Re: water chargers

Postby Dan~ » Fri Jun 30, 2017 3:24 am

I got a new quartz crystal, and some really strong little magnets, but still no voltmeter.
I hope ill have it by tomorrow.
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Re: water chargers

Postby Dan~ » Tue Jul 04, 2017 10:38 pm

I now have the volmeter.

I felt enthusiastic about the charged water.
However, if i hold the probes in the water long enough the charge seems to decrease.
It's hard to compare the measurements of the water.

My "Jade" seems to be fake : 0.002 hz
The quartz i got was 0.030
My had only had about 0.005, but it would go up to 0.012 ish, if i squeeze my hands.
I think squeezing is the muscle electric thing which shows up.

honey is 0.010
water is lowest at 0.018 , but it starts out at 0.040

the numbers above are on the 1/20th setting.
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Re: water chargers

Postby Dan~ » Tue Jul 04, 2017 10:50 pm

so far common tap water has the highest charge.
i didn't expect that.
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Re: water chargers

Postby A Shieldmaiden » Wed Jul 05, 2017 10:41 am

http://www.noblebeverages.com/why-purea ... ter-means/

I don't drink tap water because of the fluoride added to it.

I have been drinking the above for a couple of years now and I can definitely taste the difference.


Below is a comment from a dissatisfied customer

No Way I would drink this water.

This water is suitable for batteries not human consumption, how they got it approved I don't know. all it is is boiled tap water. You can buy a distiller for $150 and make your own distilled water and save $$$.
And how cheeky to write that it is BPA free, all small bottled water is BPA free, it's the big bottles with the number 7 inside the recycle logo that have BPA, like the Neverfail bottles.
I bought it one to put in my forklift and had a taste, I seriously could not believe people drink this.
My naturopath warned me never to drink water without minerals, they call it 'dead' water for a good reason.
+ Clean packaging

- Unhealthy & terrible taste




and response from Noble to the above comment



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Hi there,

Your review needs some clarifications. First, Pureau is not boiled tap water. It is an ultra-purified water that has all potential contaminants removed. We use a variety of different filtering media, including reverse osmosis, which is explained in greater detail on our website. We do not distill our water.

Second, many people are concerned about BPA in plastics, hence why we have pointed out that our packaging is BPA free. This informs our customers and potential customers.

Third, many people buy Pureau for its taste - people describe it tasting like pure rainwater, which has a very similar Total Dissolved Solids profile (e.g. it's ultra-pure). I'm sorry you did not find the taste agreeable.

Fourth, you may wish to read this story about alkaline water and the myths surrounding the supposed benefits of drinking alkaline water.

http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/diet-an ... 2gpro.html

It's good to read some real science around the issue from an actual doctor.

Our stance is that drinking water without common contaminants like fluoride, chlorine and others provides real and tangible health benefits for people. Many of our customers who have been drinking Pureau for over 20 years would agree.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to contact me direct on ben@noblebeverages.com

Thanks and my best,

Ben

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Re: water chargers

Postby Dan~ » Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:23 am

lemon green tea seems to have the highest charge yet. around 0.040
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Re: water chargers

Postby attano » Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:07 pm

Excuse me, guys, but I have to ask: why this thread is in Religion and Spirituality? With the utmost respect for what you wrote, it looks like you are joking.
Anyway, let me jump in.

I have been using these Brita filters for at least 10 years now. Occasionally I am told they are ineffective, or even harmful. Can you advice?
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