||How Make Magnetised Water
There are many methods of preparing magnetised water adopted by different magnetotherapists
throughout the world. The preference for any method depends on personal experience in the
treatment of different diseases and the degree of magnetisation of the water desired.
The Americans use bar magnets which they keep in constant touch with jugs filled with potable
water. They use magnets of about 1000 gauss power for 24 hours or more. Thus, 'polarised water'
is considered to be of upgraded quality and is used for therapeutic purposes.
The Russians adopt a peculiar way of magnetising water, which is allowed to pass through a tap or
a container in drops and not in a continuous stream. A horse-shoe magnet is suspended at a height
and water drops are allowed to pass through the two ends of the magnet, so that the water is
believed to be magnetised as it passes through it.
After a great deal of experimentation with different methods and the clinical efficacy obtained it has
now been possible to use a simple and effective method of preparing magnetised water.
Magnetised water is of three types;
- North-pole water,
- South-pole water and
- Mixed water
- each type having different therapeutic uses. The north-pole water is prepared on the north pole,
the south-pole water on the south pole and the mixed water by mixing the north- and south-pole
Obviously, therefore, we need two magnets having distinct north and south poles. The special
healing magnets of about 2000 gauss power are suitable for the purpose. The cylindrical magnets
accommodate a jug or a glass tumbler. The water to be magnetised should be of potable quality
and should preferably be boiled and cooled before filling in the containers. With the above material
ready, you are now set to prepare the healing fluid. Proceed as follows:
Clean the glass bottles or glass tumblers or glass jugs and their corks with boiling water. Fill in the
potable water and properly cover the glass tumbler and glass jugs and cork the bottles. Keep these
separately over the north and south pole magnets and allow the magnetic emanations to penetrate
the water for about 11 hours. It is not advisable to let the magnets come in direct contact with
water as it can corrode the metallic magnets as well as pollute the water.
After this period, remove the containers and label these as the north-pole or south-pole water, as
the case may be. The magnetised water is now ready for therapeutic uses. In case mixed water is
to be prepared, the water of both the containers should be mixed in equal proportions and the
container labelled 'mixed water'. In case the north and south-pole water is to be used for specific
purposes, broad indications for which arc given below, separate containers should be maintained.
The shelf-life of magnetised water is about 5 to 6 days under ordinary room temperature and about
10 to 15 days under refrigerated conditions.