How to Magnetise Water at Home

For years, magnetised water has been used all over the world for treating numerous diseases. This is an unorthodox, yet effective method for treating diseases. Preparing magnetised water at home is very easy. However, you will need to make sure that you choose a vessel that would not start a reaction of its own with the magnet. It a common practice to use a glass vessel for magnetising water. An important thing you would want to keep in mind is that you will have to wait several hours for making magnetised water.

Things Required:

– High powered magnets (North or South Pole oriented)
– Vessel
– Water


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    Preparing Single Pole Magnetised Water

    Place an appropriate vessel directly on top of the magnet. Make sure that the vessel’s base makes contact with the correct pole of the magnet. For instance, if you want to make negative pole water, the vessel should be placed on the magnet’s negative pole and vice versa. Add water to the vessel and allow time for the water to magnetise. It would be best to leave the water overnight. When you wake up in the morning, it will be magnetised.

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    Preparing Bi-Polar Magnetised Water

    You might want the magnetised water to have both poles; negative and positive. If that is the case, place two high powered magnets side by side. Make sure that the distance between the two magnets is one inch. This will create the magnetic field necessary for preparing bi-polar water.
    Place the vessel right in the middle of the two magnets in such a way that its base makes contact with both magnets at the same time. As before, allow enough time for the water to magnetise.

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