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Magnetic blender / Volixer - worth its salt?
 
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Magnetic blender / Volixer - worth its salt?


Hi everyone,

I'm a person with a long history of minor-to-chronic health problems. I've been looking for the most economical and versatile means of improving my health, mental clarity, and energy levels. This brings me to my question.

Has anyone built a magnetic blender from the Ron Cusson plans (or modified plans based on those) and found any value to its use on water (such as purified water with Sea Salt added)? I know that the claim of the blender plan is connected with ORMUS theory, so to anyone who has any experience with a magnetic blender (preferably homemade, but also purchased) with or without separate experience with ORMUS (to any degree), I'd really appreciate your input.

I'd also appreciate if anyone has tried using a magnetic blender with other substances such as Budwig protocol-style cottage cheese and omega-3s, coconut oil, or anything else, really. I'm considering getting the parts to modify a blender I have because the reports sound promising, but I have seen far too little information, and very little magnetic blender testimonials that are clearly from real people.

I've personally found a cottage cheese / omega-3 fish oil / NAC in a normal blender to give greatly improved energy levels, even small amounts bringing me from lethargy to high energy levels for 1-1.5 days, and I've also found that it similarly improves feline energy and fur quality.
 

 
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