Top 4 Ways To Make Your Water More Hydrating

by Mason Taylor | March 2, 2014
Top 4 Ways To Make Your Water More Hydrating

One of the biggest complaints I get from people is that they're drinking heaps of water but still feeling dehydrated. Can you relate to this? Or perhaps you’re just wanting to get the maximum potential out of the water you're drinking to see how amazing you can feel through super hydration. Either way, this list below is a collection of the top ways to upgrade the ability that water has to thoroughly hydrate you on a cellular level. This will help prime you for warding off dis-ease and degeneration.

1. Upgrade your water source
The first thing to do is take the source of your drinking water, and simply upgrade it. There is a progression with this, so be sure to stay relative to where you're at currently. The upgrade cycle goes like this:
Tap water -->
Basic filtered water -->
Reverse osmosis (RO) filtered water -->
RO with remineralisation filter such as a Nikken -->
Buying spring water in plastic -->
Buying spring water in BPA free plastic -->
Buying spring/well water in glass -->
Collecting your own water from local springs in glass bottles.

2. Add crystal energy
Crystal Energy is the key that unlocks the potential of water as the medium for nutrient replenishment and waste removal at a cellular level. In a state of dehydration, the body's cells cannot assimilate nutrients and remove waste. Dr. Patrick Flanagan developed Crystal Energy, a patented form of minerals, to address this issue and make water wetter.
When added to water, the electric charge density breaks the water clusters into smaller clusters so completely that the water has the same surface tension as boiling water. In addition, the equally charged particles distribute themselves in such a way that they are within 100 nanometers of each other. Water molecules are polar and align themselves with the nano-spheres, This process is called 'epitaxy', where crystals of one material grow on the highly charged substrate of another material, duplicating the substrate structure.
When we add Crystal Energy to our drinking water, we increase the rate of movement of water and nutrients across cell membranes by as much as 2.54 times!

3. Add sea salt to water
Salt is a medication used by healers throughout the ages, and it is water, salt and potassium that together regulate the water content of the body.
Basically, there are two oceans of water in the body, one ocean is held inside the cells of the body and the other ocean is held outside the cells. Good health depends on a delicate balance between the volumes of these two oceans. Once water gets into the cells, potassium is what holds it there (potassium is found in abundance in fruits and vegetables). Salt’s main role in the regulation of water is to keep some water outside the cells. This happens because of salt’s natural osmotic retention of water, so without adequate good quality salt in the body, the balance is disturbed and dehydration follows. ‚Ä®Depending on where your body is at, use 1/8 - 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt per litre of water.

4. Bless your water with love and gratitude
Think this is just spiritual waffle? Then think again. We now know that sending intentions/energy into water can alter the molecular structure and drastically affect its ability to heal and hydrate the body. If you've seen the photos of water crystals by Dr. Masaru Emoto, you know that he scientifically proved that the structure of water can be changed radically by impressing various thoughts on it.
The most structured and potent water is shown time and time again to be when love and gratitude are sent towards the water; these being the highest thought forms.


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