What’s in the Dynamically Enhanced unit?

IMG_2946Clayton Nolte’s page on Facebook just posted this, so I’ll share it here as well.

Natural Action Technologies has found natural elements that help neutralize electromagnetic energy that many of us are bombarded with daily. Through research and development, the company’s founder Clayton Nolte introduced our first “Dynamically Enhanced” products designed specifically to offset this undesired energy.
Here is a list of the energetic properties of the materials in the Dynamically Enhanced Products:

Energetic properties that restore our bodies and the environment.

Energetic Properties that eliminate and absorb things that are harmful to man and nature.

Energetic Properties that have the ability to neutralize water from almost all inorganic compounds, including pesticides, bacteria, nitrates, free radicals, heavy metals and other harmful organisms.

Energetic Properties that neutralize the negative impact of electromagnetic fields.

Energetic Properties that increase immunity to illness and disease.

Energetic Properties that rejuvenate the skin.

Energetic Properties that enhance and increase the energy of the Structured Water™

Brass Connectors I used to hook up my mini-shower unit…

Last May when I hooked up my mini-shower unit to two drinking-water hoses outside to drip back into the Bame Family Farm sulfur water well, I used two 25-foot white drinking-water hoses, one mini-shower unit, and these three brass pieces.  I also bought a little roll of white teflon tape to wrap around the ends.

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The video with more details and video of the homemade drip line:

It’s the vortexing!

I write on a message board, and some of the folks there are experimenting with making their own portable structured water unit in their own way, using, for example, marbles and a recycled plastic water bottle.  The whole idea is that it’s the vortexing that does it.  I’m personally grateful for Clayton sharing the knowledge with us about vortexing, and making devices that we can carry around easily, portably, attach them to our homes safely, put them to use in our businesses…

But yeah, it’s the vortexing.

Here’s a recent comment from someone who has a homemade portable unit:

I have a little anecdote – I spent about 30 minutes yesterday trying to scrape thick, caked, calcified crud out of my humidifier heating basin. No go. Then it occurred to me, to run a glass of water through my homemade unit 12 times and let it sit in the basin awhile. So, three hours later, the bulk of the build-up had dissolved and I only used a light scrub pad to rub the rest out of there.

She added in another post that it’s a pain running and re-running water through the unit, because the water spills all over the place.  Ahh…something Clayton shares during Clayton’s Classroom is the technique to fill the unit with water, almost full, then put a finger over the drain end and a palm over the opening, and shake the water in the unit up and down as many times as you want to shake it.  Every time it goes up, and down, you’re structuring it again.  No need to pour and re-pour and re-re-pour, and not as much water gets spilled.

And yeah, you can tell the difference between water that’s gone through just once and water that’s gone through a vortex a dozen or two dozen times.  The dozen or two dozen times water feels like it’s barely there…it feels like silk.



In July 2014 I took my first trip of the year to Oregon, didn’t know at the time that it would be my firIMG_3637st of five trips to Oregon in the year 2014, and moved in, officially, to my new home in Grants Pass on November 9.  Now that I’m almost settled into my new home, it’s time to update my blogs and my businesses and get things moving here.

The first thing (almost!) I did to my new home?  I had a plumber install my three back-to-back structured water units.

And then I took a bath in the big tub with the skylight overhead.  Aaahhhh….  

What Is Water Worth?

Thanks to Peggy, who sent me this one.

Farmland is parched. Companies are worried. The global demand for water will soon outstrip supply. What’s the solution? Simple, say some business leaders and economists: Make people pay more for the most precious commodity on earth.

FORTUNE — Sarah Woolf’s 1,200-acre farm in Cantua Creek, Calif., sits in the Central Valley, which runs in a narrow stretch more than 400 miles through the middle of the state, covering an area about the size of West Virginia. Hemmed in by the Cascade Range to the north, the Tehachapi to the south, and the Sierra Nevada to the east, the valley has long been one of the most bountiful farming regions in the country. Though it has less than 1% of America’s farmland, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, it supplies a quarter of the nation’s food.

And for the past three years it has suffered the worst drought in almost anyone’s memory. In January, with California’s river and reservoir levels at record (or near record) lows, Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency. By March the drought was so severe that the state and federal governments, which both run systems that transport water from the Sierras to the valley, cut off supplies to farmers. That left many of them with two unpleasant options: Buy water on the spot market for up to four times the normal price or cut back sharply on planting.

Woolf, a third-generation farmer, grows tomatoes, onions, and garlic that typically end up as ketchup, salsa, and other products made by Heinz, P&G, and other big names in the food industry. Her choice was to farm only half of her land. “Customers are asking for our produce,” she says, “but we can’t deliver because we don’t have the water.” Officials say that more than 500,000 acres of otherwise rich, arable land in Central Valley will likely be left fallow this year. Acres of fruit and nut trees will die from lack of water. And in keeping with the laws of supply and demand, food prices have already risen.

Continue reading here:  http://fortune.com/2014/05/01/what-is-water-worth/

Do-It-Yourself Portable Unit and Sprouts Experiment

I’ve been writing about my experiments with structured water on the Crimson Circle message board.  Other message board users have been keeping up with my comments and sharing their questions and comments. One on the message board decided to create her own portable unit with stuff she had around the house.  After having some shocking and surprising initial success with her first homemade unit using a recycled water bottle, some glass flower-arranging beads, a rubber band and some plastic mesh from an avocado bag, she upgraded her design to use actual food-grade glass marbles and a cupcake-maker plastic bottle with a spout on the end.  She can definitely tell a difference in the water that goes through her homemade device; her daughter prefers this water to water that’s right out of the faucet; she made another unit and sent it to a friend who can also tell a difference in the water. Her latest experiences with her own Do-It-Yourself structured water device:

Update on my own experiences with this (which BTW is fitting together in amazing ways with my light body exploration/research): I’m growing some alfalfa sprouts, testing the water. Measured the same amount of seeds into identical jars, soaked them, rinse them every day, keep them in separate but similar parts of the kitchen. It’s been 5 (?) days now, they’re almost ready to put in the window to get green. Everything but the water is identical, but one jar has about twice as much in it. Both more (more seeds actually sprouted) and bigger sprouts. Will post pics in a couple days. My hair is STILL not falling out anymore! It started coming out in big wads in my brush in 2002 and since then I’ve tried a lot of things to help it stop. Nothing worked …. until… it stopped falling out soon after I started using my homemade (cupcake-pen-and-marbles) unit. Just a few hairs in the brush now, maybe a dozen each day instead of what looked like hundreds. Me happy!! Every other evening or so I like a glass of wine. You want GOOD wine? Pour it through the unit! I’m not a wine expert whatsoever, but I won’t drink it straight from the bottle anymore! Gotta go through the marbles.


Okay, sprouts update. In all photos, well watered sprouts are on the left, structured watered sprouts are on the right. I noticed that, after putting them in the window the last couple days to “green up,” the well watered ones almost caught up. Maybe the physical proximity to the structured watered ones affected them? I also did a taste test. Well water sprouts tasted fine, like sprouts. Structured water sprouts tasted almost the same, at first I thought “sweeter?” then realized… no, they taste more like the outdoors, like something just picked outside. That the best I can explain the (very subtle) difference.

Day 4

Day 4

Day 4

Day 4

Day 6

Day 6

Day 8 (9?)

Day 8 (9?)

Bunch on the left weighs 1 ounce; bunch on the right weighs 1.5 ounce.

my experience using Ibuprofen with structured water & my migraine history

I get headaches, migraine headaches.

Long story short:  I don’t take any medication.  A few weeks ago a headache came on, and I allowed it to kind of grow into an overall head-pain, shoulder-pain dull uncomfortableness so that when I turned my head too fast or got up too fast, my head really hurt.  Time to pull out the Ibuprofen and take two…with my glass of structured water.

Typically, before structured water, it would take an hour or two or three for the headache to be addressed, and 24-36 hours for it to completely subside.  I would have to take several Ibuprofen several times during 24-36 hours to blast away at the pain gradually, and eventually, eventually, the headache would be gone.  Getting a headache for me is an event that just takes time to get over.

This is the first medication I’ve had to take since installing the structured water unit in January 2014.

What happened:  I took my usual two Ibuprofen (sometimes I start with three if the pain is really bad; this time I thought I’d see and just start with two) and swallowed a glass of structured water.  Within five minutes the pain was GONE.  Completely GONE.  And stayed gone.  I didn’t have to take any more Ibuprofen for the next 24-36 hours and the pain didn’t “kinda-sorta” go away and then come back and then eventually slowly drain away — no, none of that.  The pain was GONE, end of story.

IMG_3034UPDATE!  I was on Clayton’s call on Wednesday, April 23 and told this story.  Clayton suggested spraying structured water on my headache with my spray bottle.  Did I use my spray bottle?  No, I did not…  He suggested that from now on, if there’s a headache, spray the area on your head where it hurts…stomach ache, spray your stomach…eye pain, glaucoma, spray your (closed) eyelids…

The potentials are limitless!!


Long story long:

My history with migraines started when I got pregnant for the first time in 1978.  I was teaching high school English and would bring home a big stack of papers to grade; I’d sit down to start looking at the papers and my field of vision would cloud up with these fuzzy twinkling buzzing brightly colored moving lights that would within minutes cover my entire field of vision and I couldn’t see anything in front of me unless I’d blink and refocus.  I could see “around” them for that second — but they were still there.  I’d have to lie down for several hours until the light show passed, eating up all of my paper-grading time, and I’d have to get on with life.  This was not good.  I was getting behind on grading papers.  Eventually I went to see an eye doctor who said “are you pregnant?”  “Yeah!  Five months.”  “Oh, I can’t do anything for you.  Come back after you’ve had the baby.”  End of story for 1979.  I just coped with it the best I could.  Once I had the baby, the light show stopped and I was no longer grading papers; I stopped teaching high school English.

Fast forward to the third pregnancy.  My experience by then was, get pregnant, these weird eye-things would come and I’d just have to deal with them by lying down for an hour or two or three and then they’d go away.  Have the baby, no more problem.

Third pregnancy, and the baby came; I still had the weird eye-thing going on this time even after he was born.  At that time I still didn’t know what it was, just some weird eye thing.

By the time Baby #3 was a couple of years old I became a court reporter and had to take some continuing education hours involving learning medical terminology from a physician presenter, and learned about migraines and the flashing lights.  AHA!  All those years I never knew what it was.  I never had the headache that goes with it and thus didn’t know that they were actually migraine headaches.  All that time I’d been experiencing the migraine “aura” but never the physical pain that goes with the headaches.

Shortly after that I learned for myself about the debilitating effects of actual migraine headaches.  I took a job as an official court reporter working for a common pleas court judge in Dayton, Ohio, and on the way into the building there was the most amazing coffee cart lady who made the most amazing mochas.  I had one of her mochas just about every day.

And then when my menstrual cycle would start, for four days I was in total misery.  I could barely function.  I could go to work, and suffer throughout the day, and mostly be able to do what I had to do, but once I got home I’d be immobile, just sitting on my easy chair in total pain.  If I’d get up or move around, the head pain was unbearable.

Eventually I went to the doctor, who advised:  1) look at your diet triggers.  What are you drinking or eating that is making this worse?  I learned that I probably shouldn’t have mochas, because of the coffee, chocolate, and maybe even milk; they’re all migraine triggers.  2)  Stress.  Reduce the stress in your life.  Aha!   Studies showed at that time that court reporters had one of the all-time-highest most stressful jobs.  3)  Get off the birth control pill.  She gave me a prescription for migraine medication and told me that at the FIRST SIGN of one of those little twinkly-light episodes, to take two Midrin.  Midrin prevents the blood vessels in your brain from shutting down and making those twinkly lights.  You want to keep them open.  If you keep letting the twinkly light episodes happen, eventually those pathways will close down, and that means parts of your brain start dying off from lack of blood flow.  (Keep in mind here that I’m an English Major and not a doctor, and this is something she told me in 1993.  That’s what I remember to the best of my ability.)

Difficult as it all was, I took all of her advice.

The migraines started going away.

By the early 2000’s I went through some relationship changes, and no longer had health insurance.  I had to find another way to deal with migraines.  I found Emotional Freedom Technique.  What a godsend!  I found that at the first sign of one of those twinkly-light episodes coming on, the first second I saw a migraine aura beginning, if I would take the time to do the EFT tapping, either the migraine would not come at all, or if it would come it would last for only a few minutes.  And during that time I’d sit and do some more tapping and look at where I was experiencing stress, and reduce that.

I came to see migraines as a canary-in-the-coal-mine, as a friend of mine saying “hey, you’re stressing out about something here.  Take some time for yourself and slow down.  What’s the hurry?!  What are you overdoing?”

But I still kept my one last bottle of Midrin, “just in case,” in case one of those headaches came that I couldn’t budge with energy work.

Actually I haven’t had a migraine that bad since the 1990s.  I threw away my Midrin bottle two weeks ago.  I’d filled it in 1999.  It was probably time to let it go.  There were four capsules left.

Then I learned about breathing from Norma and Garrett.  Norma’s breathing goes beyond EFT for me.  Now, at the first sign of stress or one of those little buzzy lights showing up in my field of vision, I simply take a moment, take a breath or two, and usually in a second the light is gone.  If breathing doesn’t take care of it right away and the light is still there attempting to get buzzy and take over my vision again, I take off my glasses and do a round of EFT tapping.  That usually addresses it nicely, and addresses the pain that comes with it, if any pain shows up.

I haven’t needed anything as strong as Midrin for years.  I’ve graduated down to Ibuprofen.  If I get a little unbearable headache pain, by taking a few Ibuprofen over a few days’ time, instead of being flattened, literally, waiting three or 4 days for the headache to completely dissipate like it would have been in the ’90s, I can pretty well work through the “nuisance” pain and it doesn’t bother me all that much.

And I should also add that definitely what was going on for me in the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s was hormone related.  Just in the past year I’ve stopped having menstrual cycles, so that’s another consideration in the big picture.

But the headache episode a few weeks ago — just a dull headache, it was getting in the way of me being in perfect joy and comfort, so I thought “let’s take a couple of Ibuprofen.”  Yeah…first medication I’ve thought about taking all year.  My medicine cabinet is pretty bare.

How startling it was, then, expecting that by taking two Ibuprofen and swallowing the glass of structured water…I’d have to wait 12, 24, 36 hours to really feel good again…and then in FIVE MINUTES the headache was totally gone and NEVER RETURNED, not even a little bit.

I should also say this:  over the past years I’ve eliminated a lot of toxins from my environment — physical toxins, mental toxins, emotional toxins, spiritual toxins.  I don’t use chemicals on my yard.  I eat organic produce, preferably.  I stopped going to fast food restaurants.  I grow my own veggies chemical-free in my own garden in the summer in Nebraska.  I love heating my house with wood, but do have a gas furnace that I *mostly* use during the heating season…but sometimes I’ll go for a day or two or three using only wood heat.  I mostly don’t use plastic to cook with, preferring ceramic, wood, stainless steel, or glass.  I have a gas stove, not electric, and a gas hot water heater.  Over Christmas & New Years 2013 I don’t know why…but started eliminating all store-bought body products from my kitchen and bathroom, and started making my own shampoo, deodorant, hand lotion, sensitive skin lotion, toothpaste, mouthwash, laundry detergent, dog shampoo…you name it…from natural products I’ve bought at the health food store — mainly coconut oil, shea butter, Dr. Bronner’s, and various essential oils.  It was like the Grande Finale to my making-my-own-stuff when I discovered the Natural Action Technologies structured water unit.  It was the piece that was missing in my life.

And really?  Next time this happens, if there is a next time, it seemed to me that taking just one Ibuprofen would be enough.  One Ibuprofen, one time, with my glass of structured water, and taking a few breaths, would be enough to clear any headache pain that may arise for me.