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How to Magnetize Water


How to Magnetize Water

By Nikki Walters

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Magnetic water is a controversial treatment but one of the most powerful in magnetic therapy. One of the biggest controversies is whether water can be magnetized. The theory behind being able to magnetize water is that as the water flows underground, it comes in contact with the earth's electro-magnetic field and the magnetic charge is passed into the water. When the water is treated for drinking, it is put through metal treatment pipes, which de-magnetizes it. Also, water only holds its magnetic properties for three days. Magnetized water has many healing benefits and can be made at home using one of three techniques.


Difficulty: Moderately Easy

Things You’ll Need:

  • one of these three magnets: Bar, disc or funnel magnet that is 800-3,000 gauss/80-300 m tesla
  • Water wand ( long thin cylinder magnet that looks like a pen) that is 2,300 gauss/230 m tesla
  • A magnetic coaster (a flat disc)that is 3,000 + / 300 + m tesla
For the first method, start with the bar, disc or funnel magnet. Drip tap water over the magnet and let a glass or pitcher catch the magnetized water.
Because the water only has a short amount of exposure to the magnet, it's hard to say how much of the magnetic field is being absorbed in the water.
The next method uses the water wand. Fill a pitcher with tap water and drop the water wand into the pitcher.
For one to two liters, leave the magnet in the water for one hour. For more or less water, adjust the exposure accordingly. It is not harmful to leave the magnet in the water for a long time.
The last method uses the magnetic coaster. Place a container of water on top of the magnetic coaster for 24 hours. Due to not having direct contact with the water, this is the slowest method and requires the strongest magnet.

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