How to Magnetize Water - Mayu Water Answers

How to Magnetize Water

Magnetic water treatment is a method that is believed to reduce the effects of hard water by passing it through magnetic fields and turning it into soft water.
By 

Cameron-Leigh Henning

 on May 30, 2022. 
Reviewed by 

Joel Taylor

Just like oxygen, water is paramagnetic, which means that it is capable of being magnetized and holding a magnetic charge. The molecules of magnetized water form a hexagonal cluster, just likestructured water.

Magnetized water is obtained by passing the water through specially manufactured permanent magnets that ionize and activate the water molecules to change the structure to that of hexagonal water. Magnetic water treatment is a method that is believed to reduce the effects of hard water by passing it through magnetic fields, making it a non-chemical method of softening water.

How Is Water Magnetically Charged?

Magnetic water treatment directs water to pass through a strong magnetic field between two powerful neodymium magnets. This process aims to change the structure of the deposits that form because of the minerals in the water, though it does not remove any of the calcium. Magnetic water keeps its physical and chemical properties for 48 to 72 hours.

Standing Water vs. Magnetized Water

Magnetized water and structured water have the same chemical formula of H3O2, which means that three hydrogen atoms bond with two oxygen atoms. The chemical formula of normal standing water is H2O, which is two hydrogen atoms combined with one oxygen atom.

Structured or magnetized water molecules form a hexagonal structure that is more easily absorbed by the cells of the body,resulting in optimum hydration. Standard water molecules form irregular shapes and angles and take more energy for the body to absorb. Magnetized water is also electrically charged and has a higher vibrational energy than standard water.

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