Magnetized Water: Drinkable Magnetic Therapy

Magnetized water can be healthy to drink.
Most people are now aware that the quality of the water that they drink can often have a significant impact on their health and wellness.  Bottled water and water filtration systems are more popular than ever.  However, most people are not aware that water is what is known as a dia-magnetic substance.

In other words, water that is magnetized can actually aid in the absorption of necessary minerals and vitamins by the body, and can help speed up the the rate of removal of unhealthy toxins. Also, magnetized water helps to provide additional anti-oxidant protection for the body.

Magnetized water systems significantly lower levels of acidity while, at the same time, elevate the level of water oxygenation. This can result in both improved digestion and water that tastes significantly better. To use these types of products, you generally stir the product into water and allow it to stand for about a half an hour.

Fundamentally, the way these systems work is by acting to cleanse your drinking water. Water that originates from wells, lakes, streams, or other natural sources is generally naturally magnetized as it flows through the magnetic field of the earth. However, during water treatment processing and transportation, this water is forced to travel beneath the ground through metal pipes where the electrical charge dissipates.

When water is instituted with magnetism again, the natural energy and charge are once again restored. Also, the ionizing properties of the magnetic field elevates the level of oxygenation, which acts to impede the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms, while helping to improve the taste of the water.

After drinking magnetized water, many people have reported that they have experienced improvements to their health. Magnetized water also has beneficial effects on plants and animals. Although this type of technology is somewhat new in the US, it has been in use for thousands of years in other areas of the world. A significant benefit of drinking magnetized water is that magnetism is able to speed up the sedimentation process of suspended particles in water. As water passes through a magnetic field, the hydrogen ion, and any particles dissolved into the water gain a charge, which then creates a temporary separation of the particles from the water molecules. This can result in better tasting water.

Things to Keep in Mind When Buying Magnetic Braces and Supports

Some companies which sell magnetic therapy products to consumers do not list the actual type of magnets they use in their supports, braces, and other products. You should be careful if you encounter this because the magnets contained in these products may be made of a cheaper-grade material and may not have sufficient magnetic field strength to provide health benefits.

Some other magnetic product vendors may utilize a combination of ceramic and neodymium magnets in their supports and braces. Ceramic magnet products are much weaker than neodymium magnets. For example, if you compare two magnets of the same size, thickness, and gauss rating, the neodymium magnet will nearly always generate a significantly stronger magnetic field than the ceramic magnet.

A back support, or other magnetic product, which consists of ceramic magnets and neodymium magnets is, generally speaking, going to be measurably weaker than a similar product which contains only neodymium magnets.

Also, there are vendors that may mislead the consumer about the magnetic strength of their products. For example, if there are 20 neodymium magnets (each with a rating of 5,000 gauss) inside a magnetic support product, the magnetic strength of the device will still be only 5,000 gauss.

However, some merchants may mislead the buyer to believe their magnetic therapy products are stronger by adding the gauss rating of all the magnets together. They may advertise such magnet therapy products to have a total gauss rating of 100,000. This isn't accurate, and as a consumer, you should remain careful of merchants who use such methods of advertising.