apple cider vinegar vs magnetized water


Jan 22, 2016

Bi-polar magnetized water (treated with both North and South poles) is the most often used form of magnetized water for alleviating most common ailments. The Russians are the pioneers in the use of magnetized water. They call it "Wonder Water".

Magnetized water was first used in Russia by three specialists: Drs. G. Gerbenshchikow, I. Shetsov and K. Tovstoles, all three specialists in urology at the Kirov Military Medical Academy in Leningrad. They had their patients drink bi-polar magnetized water. This simple treatment was very effective in breaking up kidney and gall bladder stones into small enough particles to be passed through urine without any pain or danger to the patient. The water also prevented further formation of stones in the kidneys and gallbladder. Soviet physicians have been giving internally magnetized water to patients for over 30 years for digestive, urinary and nervous problems, ailments like mastitis, pains and swellings, painful urination and many other disorders.

Because magnetized water is wetter and therefore more penetrating, it furthers better assimilation of the various nutrients and vitamins in the cells. The Soviet biologist Kumarov had experimentally doubled the life span of flies by feeding them magnetized sugar.

In his book "Magnets For Your Health" Dr. Louis Donnet, M.D., wrote, "magnetized water can be helpful in weight control, as an adjutant to a correct diet." He states (page 82) that he has seen over 100 successful cases. Because this water improves metabolic activity, it may be helpful in burning up excessive fatty tissue.

Similarly to the way magnetized water dissolves the settled salts on the wall of boilers and radiators, so it has been reported to help unclog the arteries and veins of deposits of cholesterol and salts and normalize the circulatory system.

Magnetized water has been found effective in alleviating colds, coughs, bronchitis, all types of fever and more. Dr. H. L. Bansal found it helpful in the regularization of women's menses.

Magnetized water has been reported helpful for tiredness in daily activities. Biophysicist Albert R. Davis, a pioneer in magnet therapy research, wrote in his book "The Magnetic Effect" that he and his co-workers found they could overcome the early afternoon letdown by drinking a glass of magnetized water while relaxing for a few minutes.

Place a glass or plastic container filled with water on the Magnetic Drinking Pad. Leave the container on the pad and add water as needed. You have magnetized water or fluid at all times. Fluids like juice, milk, tea, coffee and liquid type foods can be magnetized the way water is magnetized. Similarly oils, ointments and lotions used in ailments like rheumatism or for beauty can be magnetized. Magnetic facial cream is already available commercially.

Magnetized Water is No Mystery

Most of us are not fortunate enough to get our water from free-flowing artesian springs, pure mountain creeks, rain water (unmixed with acid rain) or uncontaminated rural wells. Our choices are chlorinated tap water, bottled spring water or a water purification system.

We need water. Living water. We need water to hydrate every cell in our bodies. But the water delivered to us from household taps is contaminated with chemicals, industry waste, effluent and garbage. It's also under such pressure that we now learn its life-giving energy is all but destroyed. We need water that is not only purified but revitalized to bring it back to something close to the life-giving, nourishing, cleansing element it was designed to be. That is apparently done through magnets.

Independent research into magnetized water began in both Eastern and Western European countries. One grass roots researcher was a self-taught scientist by the name of Johann Grander. He claimed his knowledge came from studying nature in his native Austria.

"In normal conditions," Grander wrote, "water flows either on the surface of the earth or deep underground, always seeking a natural course. In our water supply system, however, the water is collected and forced through pipelines under pressure. At this stage, the water suffers a serious aggression for the first time. The high pressures . . . are highly detrimental to the liquid. The water is then further contaminated by the addition of powerful chemicals, such as chlorine. However, we use it, the water eventually finds its way back to nature through the drains. We collect clean water from nature and return it soiled and sick."

Grander said water has a double function. It supplies life-giving energy. It also acts as a waste disposal agent for all living beings.

"Water picks up energy from the sun and collects the energies that are stored in the earth. In summer, with strong solar energy, the water pushes itself to the surface. In winter, with weaker solar energy, it burrows deep into the ground, collecting the stored and transformed energies.

"It is an eternal circle in which water plays the main role. The water is also a living organism and therefore capable of transforming energies and refuse through its own microorganisms. Live water seeks by itself its sources of energy. Healthy water can be distinguished from sick water even by its murmurs."

any reports on using this?
Jan 16, 2016
I've been drinking ACV for years; any ACV talk here is blatant trolling and should be considered as such. ACV is great but incessantly overexagerrated by the users here.

Increasing your vegetable and berry intake is superior to all the benefits ACV could ever provide alone.


Oct 26, 2015
thanks for your reputable study "life sources . com" 
keep drinking your snake oil water xD