a friend of mine is letting me use his water vitalizer which uses a magnetically induced vortex to energize water. its expensive and i never would have paid the money for it myself, but since i can use this for free i am experimenting.
it has three setting, 9, 18, or 27 minutes. i started out at 9. the first thing i noticed is the water is definitely energized. theoretically it has lots of dissolved oxygen and i believe this.
what surprised me was that it seemed to stimulate a bowel movement. i thought it may just be coincidence. but the next day same thing happened. then i upped it to 27 minutes and had a very urgent movement. called my friend and he told me that yes both he and another person both had the same effect from the water. strange. after you adjust to the water this effect seems to subside but not totally go away.
i would like someone to explain to me how or why vortexed water would stimulate bowel movements in those who drink it?
does anyone know if the ORP value goes up with this machine?
another thing is that if you put the palm of your hand just above the vortex as it swirls you feel a definite energy rising. if you have ever worked with power crystals or gems it sort of feels like that only 'cleaner'. hard to describe. this is subjective, not scientific of course.
overall its a fun toy. i wouldn't recommend it to anyone with limited funds who is battling illness, there are other protocols to spend your money on. but its been very interesting for me.
another thing it does is incorporate minerals more fully into the water. i add potassium citrate to all my drinking water. it doesn't taste the greatest, its bitter tasting and unpleasant. however, when i put the k citrate in with the water as its vortexed the taste is much less bitter. it seems like the K is more incorporated into the structure of the water and less able to be tasted.