From Clayton Nolte in this morning’s email:
Natural Action Technologies structured water increases the pH of water to the level that Nature requires for the balance of life, which is between 7.25 to 7.45. Nominally when measuring this pH you may see the measurement to be 7.5 to 7.8, but the initial change will settle to the level of Nature’s design. However if you have a carbon filter in line or a high total dissolved solids (TDS) that has created a buildup of aggregates (carbon) on the inside of the pipes, the measured pH may register up to one point lower, nominally 6.5 to 6.8, etc. Hydrogen is attracted to Carbon and therefore absorbs into Carbon.
I want you to have a clear understanding of all the integral relationships of structured water. All of the measurements that we humans may focus on are just plain distractions. Structured water brings about Divine Harmony in the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, and what else is possible. Why not open up to the infinite possibilities like Nature does and be that Divine Harmony. A reminder: “what you focus on expands.”
Differences I’ve noticed between the water in the little Nebraska town where I used to live, and the water in Grants Pass…my hair is much silkier here with the Grants Pass water; the water in my town in Nebraska was SO hard, after about a week my hair was so stiff with my natural shampoo I’d have to wash it…now, it’s totally different; after a week here, using the same homemade shampoo, I have to wash my hair because it’s getting too silky and my hair sticks won’t keep it in place! A complete 180 in terms of hard water / soft water.
Also, the taste is different. In my town in Nebraska, they only used a little chlorine, and nothing else, in the city water, and I could drink the water right from the tap and it tasted fine. I grew water kefir crystals like crazy in Nebraska. In Grants Pass? I can taste the chemicals, and I leave the water sitting out in a pitcher all day long, now; that seems to help the taste. And my water kefir crystals are no longer expanding and expanding and expanding like they did in Nebraska.
It can only be the difference in the water itself. I had my 3 whole house structured water units installed here in Oregon in late November, having had them removed from my house in Nebraska before I moved.