Kevin: Now you have a spring where you spend lots of your time and energy there’s a spring. Inform me somewhat as to what you’ve carried out to get that water to you and to present you with the hydrogen water bottle that exist.
David: Okay, well my assumption is is the fact water is a living thing. It likes certain things and yes it doesn’t like some things. It enjoys to move around in certain ways and it doesn’t want to move around in other methods. Something we understand regarding what is the fact if we run the water through way too many straight pipes, the liquid becomes agitated and also you hear this whenever you turn on a faucet and it goes [making noise of faucet messed up]. You realize where the whole pipes shake within the wall, that’s because water’s agitated because it’s being forced into an unnatural form. Water enjoys to meander, it likes to go back and forth such as a snake and what we’ve done, we’ve taken that understanding and incorporated it into a way that we pull the water our of our own spring and carry it towards the house. I’m on a spring; I’m not with a well. I’m not with an artesian well. It’s simply a spring. We have a building added to that pool but that pool is definitely the spring. It was actually literally opened or pushed back with wood about four decades ago after which a building was put on the top of it then a huge pump system was invest that building to attract this type of water out. We pull that water out, it goes via a spiral pipes as water wants to spiral, it goes within a line, meanders throughout the ground, below the ground as an alternative to as being a straight tube, it’s a meandering tube that’s about two feet buried under ground that brings it all the way around the home, enters into your home, undergoes another spiral pipe, explores a cartridge loaded with local crystals because water likes silica. Crystals and silica are connected. That’s what crystals are made from. This comes through all the different outlets. Let’s say it’s within the shower or its around the sink with the cooking and when it comes out we have now special faucet heads who have the spiral pattern on them so that when you turn this type of water on there’s never any [making noises of pipes] or even the high-pressure problems since the water is extremely calm. It’s been spiralized, it’s happy, been addressed with crystals plus it kind of arrives in much like a spiral pattern. It’s absolutely gorgeous. That to me is totally one among my personal favorite things about staying at property is just watermmachine that water.
Kevin: Does spiralizing a single thing into it molecular or at a structural level?
David: Yes it can and also the evidence is indicating that, for instance, through taking some wood and also you throw it over a fire, at a molecular level you will be changing that wood you’re making it ash. Well, on the other side in the spectrum, the exact opposite type of phenomenon takes place when we spiral air, water or any medium and what goes on is the fact that through spiral action, let’s say it’s a tornado. Let’s say it’s a waterfall. Let’s say it’s water going down the drain. If you have that spiral motion, certain elements in water become active and certain elements in the water become passive. As an example, when we burn something, oxygen becomes reactive. When you burn a piece of metal you understand should you burn a lot of wood, the bits of metal in there, the oxygen will oxidize that metal and convert it into a rusty piece of metal. In the opposite end, hydrogen becomes activated when we’re dealing with sprializing water and silica becomes activated and the ormose elements or the high energy particle elements become activated but oxygen becomes passive and so less aggressive so therefore, once we sprialize water we increase it’s antioxidants potential and decrease the free radical potential because you want oxygen to become passive, not reactive.
Kevin: And through increasing the hydrogen, then you definitely raise the antioxidant properties.
David: Right, because hydrogen may be the main antioxidant. I am talking about the saying hydrogen. Look at that word, the word hydro, which happens to be water and gen which is generator or water generator. When we have hydrogen if we have high hydrogen content, automatically the oxygen is attracted to it and that we have water droplets. And so the idea inside our water to drink is we want to have the maximum amount of hydrogen as we can find naturally. For instance, spring water has a lot of hydrogen in it and after that that hydrogen, especially if it’s been vortexed, is a super powerful antioxidant. In reality, it’s the most effective antioxidant, because it knocks out free radical oxygen by turning it back into water.
Kevin: What are one of the tools that you’re using to spiralize water?
David: Great question. I prefer a number of different tools. One of them is I actually have pipes during my line. The pipes that bring the water in the home have a spiral inside them hence the water needs into a spiral action which it really likes. So that’s one way. A different way is we certainly have two different devices which will just spin this type of water in a vortex. So we’ll place the water in a pitcher, we’ll position the top into it, the very best includes a little paddle that spins around plus it just spins the water much like in the event you was spinning the water in the pitcher by using a spoon. You only spin it after which that may opt for three minutes roughly and then that vortex is the water.
I’ve also got the Vitalizer Plus, which does the same type of thing. The vitalizer plus has magnets within it. That’s something I don’t really love, because I do believe it changes the liquid significantly but perhaps not for your worse, it’s probably for the better however, you know, I love my water exactly because it is. But anyway, that device is another spiralizer. It vitalizes things up by spinning them into a big giant vortex and that’s really cool.
What else do you use? Something else I really do happens when I’m making a big pot of something – you know perform many of the medicinal mushrooms that grow on the trees up at my house. We make a big pot of tea of the. I am going to spin it one of the ways to get a minute after which spin it another means for one minute after which spin it one way for any minute and it is really an old trick from European folk herbalism that improves the caliber of your tea or water to the reasons we’ve just discussed.
Kevin: I never knew that. That’s pretty interesting. A number of people don’t have spring water, but I don’t want to move away from that immediately. Those who haven’t experienced true spring water, how do someone go out and find true natural springs? What are you searching for? How do you know it’s natural and not just a cesspool? What are you looking for?
David: For everyone listening at this time, one of my goals even for speaking is that you simply accomplish that. That you venture out. That’s certainly one of my goals for you, that you go out so you find springs. What you’re likely to do is you’re going to speak with locals. You’re just going to learn where springs are. Now, they’re always up within the mountains usually and therefore, you’re gonna see if you can get a place where you may type of drive up there and fill up your bottles right there at the spring.
Spring water can be found up on top of the mountains for reasons which are probably too complex in my opinion to gain access to today however they do surface inside the tops of mountains and consequently violate everything in physics that we’ve been taught which is why this type of water doesn’t come at the bottom in the mountain, why it’s coming near the top of the mountain.
Just how can the water actually be levitating up to the peak of the hill and being released there? That doesn’t seem sensible? Doesn’t gravity push everything down and how can water be developing in the higher elevations instead of at the lower elevation? This is among the great mysteries water along with its a primary reason why you do want to have spring water because spring water is, not merely imaginatively, but literally levitated and thus, adds buoyancy and it also brings that juice back into your joints that is a really critical part of nutrition and silica from the high energy particles are reasons why you do.
Kevin: When you’re searching for springs – I am aware plenty of people who happen to be hiking and so they bring their iodine tablets and they also drop it in to the water, what’s the visible difference between water from a spring or water coming from a stream if you’re hiking such as that? Do you need iodine or anything like that?
David: That’s an excellent question. First of all, spring water, what type that you’re looking for will be the spring water that’s very cold. That will be, for example, colder than 50 degrees. It’s actually colder compared to ground which can be completely impossible according to normal physics since the water is coming out of the ground, the hydrogen water machine out of the ground is generally around 58 degrees although the spring water is 45 degrees. That’s a true strong indicator. If you have real cold water emerging from the earth somewhere then that’s this type of water you want to drink. You’ll notice in the event you test it that that water is bacteria free. Stream water might have bacteria within it because there might be goats pooping within it. You simply never know. You’ve got to be a tiny bit careful of the particularly when you’re immunity process is not acclimated to drinking wild creek and stream water, probably it’s smart to put just a little oxygen in the water or put a bit of iodine in the water or something that is. Cayenne pepper is really what I’ve used before and cinnamon. It’s excellent at killing the most all organisms that contaminate water and that’s what I use once i hike. From that point you can drink water.