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How to Make Structured Water
Structured waterHow to Make Structured WaterStructured water, also known as hexagonal water, is water where the molecules form a hexagonal cluster. Structured water is said to have very close similarities to pure and uncontaminated water found in natural springs and glacier melts. We will guide you through the differences between two types of drinking water: structured water and unstructured water. We also explain how to make your own structured water at home. » Interested in the other types of water? Read about them here Structured Water vs. Unstructured Water Unstructured water has a chemical formula of H2O, meaning two hydrogen atoms combine with one oxygen atom to make up a water molecule. Structured water, on the other hand, has a chemical formula of H3O2, which means that three hydrogen atoms combine with two oxygen atoms to form something chemically different from “normal” water. Structured waterFormula: H302Denser, heavier, more viscous, and has higher alkalinity levelsWater molecules have a higher electrical charge vital for proper cell functioningWater molecules are more easily absorbed in the cells due to their shapeUnstructured waterFormula: H2OHas a balanced pH of 7Water molecules form irregular angles making it more difficult for the cells to absorbThe size of water molecules may not be as effective for cell absorption and may cause dehydration Bring Your Water Back to Life Enhance your water and enjoy the benefits of H3O2 structured water with Mayu Swirl, water structuring carafe. The MAYU Swirl uses the power of the spiral motion to deliver reoxygenated, rebalanced, and rejuvenated living water that provides long-lasting hydration. How Mayu Swirl makes your water better: Restores water structure by allowing it to flow in its natural swirling motionThe movement of water increases pH levels and improves the tasteThe swirling motion aerates the water and infuses fresh oxygen into itVortex accelerates the evaporation of some volatile compounds (chlorine, THMs, CO2, odors, and other VOCs) Making Your Own Structured Water The Crystal Method Crystal water and structured water are believed to be the same thing. Many people suggest that you can create structured water by charging it with crystals such as rose quartz, clear quartz, and amethyst, as they are water-safe. Other than that, you will need a glass jar and some clean water. Begin by filling your jar with high-quality water and place it where it will get some sunlight—this way, the water will be charged through the crystals and heat energy.Place your crystals in your glass jar and put the lid on if you have one.Leave the crystals and the jar for a couple of hours.You can remove the crystals from the water or leave them in—the choice is yours. The Funnel Method This method makes use of a vortex technique—which we will cover in more detail in the section below. You will need a funnel, a smooth stone or crystal that is not a perfect sphere, clean water, and marbles. Take your funnel and place it over the opening of a glass bottle. Take the smooth crystal or stone and place it into the funnel—but make sure that the hole is not completely blocked. Fill the funnel up to halfway with marbles.Pour your clean water over the marbles, which will create a vortex effect as it runs over them, structuring the water.You should do this a few times for the best effect. The Copper Method It is believed that adding a copper plate to your water vessel not only removes impurities from the water but also restores it to its natural, structured state. You will need one clay or steel pot, clean water, a copper plate or sheet that is at least 1 mm thick (just over 1/32 inch), lemon, and salt. Clean your pot and fill it with high-quality water.Thoroughly scrub both sides of the copper plate with a lemon and salt mixture until any oxidation marks are removed.Rinse the copper plate and wipe it dry.Place the plate into the pot and cover the pot with a lid.Let the water sit for 6-8 hours—or overnight—for best results.Remove the copper plate and use your structured water for drinking and cooking purposes. Infrared or UV Light Method It is believed that structured water can be made using ultraviolet or infrared light. You will need a glass jar, clean water, and either a UV or infrared light. Fill your glass jar with clean water.Plug in your chosen light source and place it so that it’s shining on the glass jar or from above.Leave it on for 3-4 hours. Can You Make Structured Water in a Blender? One of the ideas behind making structured water is to vortex it, which charges it and allows it to hold more energy. In nature, vortices are energy accumulators and energy transformers. A vortex has the ability to restore natural energy patterns to something that has been disturbed or contaminated. Vortices provide the ability to remove all forms of contaminants in water by transforming the electromagnetic frequencies of the water back to their original, healthy state. When water flows through a vortex, de-structured, contaminated, and corrupted water molecules are returned to a structured state. With that being said, if your blender creates a vortex effect, blending your water may restore it to a structured state. However, water structuring devices are a better choice to guarantee you receive the vortex water benefits. Water at Its Finest Structured water is found naturally occurring in untouched and uncontaminated water sources. As there are many benefits to structured water, but it's not always easy to access it in nature, many people turn to making their own H3O2 water. While there are various methods for making structured water at home, one of the easiest and most effective ways is to purchase a water structuring device. The Mayu Swirl is one such device that transforms any water into structured water quickly and effortlessly—giving you peace of mind that your water is truly in its finest state. » See the vortex effect in action
3 Harmful Effects of Drinking Hard Water (& What to Do About It)
Water quality3 Harmful Effects of Drinking Hard Water (& What to Do About It)Hard water is a problem in many households. You might have noticed those unsightly stains on your taps or shower walls—an obvious sign that your water is "hard." But what does that mean exactly? In essence, hard water is water with an unusually high concentration of minerals like calcium and magnesium. These minerals get dissolved in water as it makes its journey from sources like lakes, wells, and pipes to your tap. Even after water treatment, it can enter your water supply naturally or through aging infrastructure. Hard water can corrode your plumbing, and it may even cause health risks. Drinking hard water has been associated with digestive problems, kidney stones, and nervous system issues. 1. Digestive Issues One of the most common health consequences of drinking hard water is digestive problems. Studies have found that long-term consumption of hard water can lead to various gastrointestinal issues, such as constipation, diarrhea, bloating, IBS, and other symptoms. It's well documented that high levels of calcium and magnesium can be difficult to digest, and since hard water contains especially large amounts of these minerals, it can wreak havoc on your gut health. Additionally, drinking it regularly for a long time may cause the body to become intolerant to these minerals, resulting in stomach problems in the long run. 2. Kidney Stones Another health concern associated with hard water is the increased risk of kidney stones. Kidney stones can occur as a result of a poor diet, but there are also links to hard water consumption. As mentioned before, hard water contains a high concentration of minerals like calcium and magnesium, which increased the risk of kidney stones. When urine contains too much calcium or other crystal-forming minerals, our bodies are unable to dilute them, forming these hard deposits. They can be painful to expel from the body, and sufferers experience unpleasant symptoms such as nausea and blood in the urine. 3. Nervous System Problems Areas where hard water is more prevalent have been found to have higher rates of nervous system issues. Hard water often contains more contaminants like industrial waste and arsenic, which can be very harmful to the nervous system. The high mineral content of hard water can interrupt the body's ability to transmit messages between nerve cells, which over time, can result in a number of problems such as fatigue, headaches, and possibly even impaired cognitive function. How to Get Rid of Hard Water Fortunately, there are a few treatments available to help reduce water hardness, including reverse osmosis and water softeners. Reverse osmosis is a common water treatment technique that reverses the natural osmosis process. It's an effective method that is becoming increasingly popular in both residential and industrial settings. In this method, water moves through a membrane from a highly concentrated solution to a dilute one. This successfully eliminates toxins and impurities from the water, ensuring that it is safe for human consumption. The reverse osmosis membranes are meant to filter out any particles in the water and offer clean, pure drinking water. Furthermore, reverse osmosis uses extremely little energy, making it a cost-effective choice for water purification. Reverse osmosis is highly effective as it: Removes minerals - Removing minerals such as calcium and magnesium from water is beneficial for health, as these minerals in excess can be harmful. Softens water - Softening water also has other advantages, such as being better for cooking and washing hair.Filters out pollutants and chemical contaminants - Reverse osmosis also filter out pollutants and contaminants, including lead, copper, chromium, and bacteria, that can all cause health issues if present in drinking water. Balance Your Water With Mayu Reverse osmosis is great for softening hard water and giving you clean, pure drinking water. However, while it removes contaminants, unfortunately, it also strips beneficial minerals like calcium and magnesium from the water. To remineralize your water, try the MAYU Swirl and Essential Mineral Drops. The MAYU Swirl adds essential minerals back into your drinking water, and the Essential Mineral Drops provide additional vitamins and minerals for a better taste. Alternatively, you can buy the MAYU Starter Kit that comes with both the MAYU Swirl and the Essential Mineral Drops, so you can get everything you need in one easy purchase.
4 Caffeine-Free Alternatives to Energy Drinks for a Natural Boost
Water quality4 Caffeine-Free Alternatives to Energy Drinks for a Natural BoostDo you want to have more energy to power through your work, meetings, workouts, and social life, but without the negative side effects of caffeine? Caffeine is a stimulant that can be addictive, and it can make you feel anxious and irritable, and give you headaches. Luckily, there are healthier alternatives to energy drinks that can give you a boost without caffeine. So next time you're in need of a little pick-me-up, forgo the energy drinks and choose these caffeine-free alternatives instead. 4 Caffeine-free alternatives to energy drinks Here are four caffeine-free alternatives to energy drinks to get your energy levels up: KombuchaSmoothiesCoconut waterElectrolyte water 1. Kombucha Kombucha is a fermented probiotic tea made of a mixture of brewed tea, yeast, and a symbiotic colony of bacteria, all of which work together to produce organic enzymes and vitamins. The fermentation process gives it a fizzy and fruity flavor and also helps to detoxify the body and boost energy levels. Drinking kombucha can help the body maintain a healthy community of microorganisms, which helps to maintain gut flora and balance, and a healthy gut is essential for overall health and well-being. Kombucha is available at most grocery or health food stores. However, if you're feeling adventurous, you can even make it at home with a simple kit. 2. Smoothies Homemade smoothies are a convenient way to get your daily dose of nutrients and the energy boost you need to power through your day. Mix and match different fruits, veggies, oats, peanut butter, milk, and more to create a delicious and nutritious drink that suits your tastebuds, be it sweet, fruity, or savory. Smoothies are excellent alternatives to energy drinks because they can provide a source of: Fiber - fiber plays an important role in maintaining healthy bowels and controlling blood sugar levels.Vitamins - vitamins are essential nutrients that help boost the immune system and energy levels.Protein - protein can help you feel satisfied longer, can help you build muscle, and can even speed recovery after exercise or injury. 3. Coconut Water This slightly sweet, nutty-flavored drink is low in calories, free of fats and cholesterol, and packed with essential minerals, including high levels of potassium. Not only is it a hydrating drink, but it is also a natural source of energy that won't trigger feelings of anxiety, jitteriness, and nervousness like caffeine does. You can even blend it with fruits to make a delicious smoothie. When choosing coconut water, we advise you to check the label for added sugar and, where possible, choose a brand with no added sugar. This way, you'll get the most health benefits out of your drink. 4. Electrolyte Water Electrolytes play a significant role in maintaining energy levels throughout the day, as they are specific minerals in your blood that regulate and balance fluids in the body. When you exercise, your body loses electrolytes like magnesium, potassium, and calcium through sweat and metabolic processes. Therefore, it's crucial to replenish them to regulate blood pressure and muscle contraction and keep your system in sync. With that in mind, you can try MAYU Water’s Electrolyte Drops, which provide an easy and efficient way to get your electrolytes.  The drops contain all the essential electrolytes and are free of added sugars or flavorings, unlike many bottled electrolyte drinks. MAYU Electrolyte Drops offer a natural way to stay energized. With no added preservatives, flavors, sugar, or sweeteners, and being Non-GMO and Gluten-Free, you can be sure that you are getting a clean electrolyte boost. The electrolyte blend contains Magnesium, Chloride, (Low) Sodium, and 72 Organic Ionic Trace Minerals mixed in varying amounts. Furthermore, athletes have reported that MAYU Electrolyte Drops are the tastiest Electrolyte Water on the market! Keep Your Energy Levels Up Without Caffeine There are several natural energy boosters you can choose from if you want to avoid the adverse effects of caffeine. From Kombucha with its probiotic benefits and smoothies packed with essential nutrients to hydrating coconut water and electrolyte water that replenishes lost minerals, you can find a healthy and energizing option that's perfect for you.
Kidney Health: 4 Best Water to Drink for Optimal Hydration
Filtering waterKidney Health: 4 Best Water to Drink for Optimal HydrationThe kidneys are essential organs that cleanse the blood of toxins and transform waste into urine. They regulate fluid and electrolyte balance by filtering the blood and producing vitamin D for healthy bones. Drinking good-quality water is one of the best ways to look after your kidneys, as it provides sufficient hydration and prevents the formation of kidney stones. However, individuals receiving dialysis treatment need to restrict water intake. 4 Best types of water for kidney health Here are the four best types of water to drink for optimal hydration and kidney health. Filtered waterMineral waterLemon waterStructured water 1. Filtered Water Filtered water is good for kidney health because it has fewer contaminants. Reverse osmosis filtration removes impurities like bacteria, organic compounds, chemicals, and heavy metals that can cause diseases. This means that your kidneys have to filter out fewer impurities, resulting in cleaner blood. Reverse osmosis improves the overall quality of water, ensuring that you're drinking clean and safe water that is beneficial for your kidneys. However, reverse osmosis also removes essential minerals like calcium and magnesium from the water. If you're drinking filtered RO water, it is recommended to remineralize your water with Mayu Essential Mineral Drops to ensure your body gets the nutrients it needs to maintain kidney health. The mineral drops work wonderfully with the Mayu Swirl to make sure you're only drinking the best water. If you get the Mayu Starter Kit, you'll get both Mayu Essential Mineral Drops and Mayu Swirl, ensuring that you're only drinking the best water for optimal kidney health. 2. Mineral Water Mineral water is naturally rich in important vitamins and minerals, which can help support overall health, including kidney function. Drinking around 1.5 to 2 liters of water per day is generally recommended for optimal hydration. However, the actual amount of water you need may vary depending on factors such as your activity level and the climate you live in. For example, if you live in a hot environment or are very active, you may need to increase your intake to ensure you remain properly hydrated. 3. Lemon Water Drinking lemon water may have benefits for kidney health. Here are a few ways that lemon water can support kidney function: Helps prevent the growth of kidney stones: lemons contain citric acid, which can help slow down the aggregation of the crystals that form kidney stones. Citrate, the salt in citric acid, binds to calcium and helps block stone formation. By drinking lemon water, you may be able to reduce the likelihood of developing kidney stones.Helps you stay hydrated: drinking lemon water helps filter toxins from your blood in the form of urine. Because lemon water has a pleasant taste, it can also encourage you to drink more water, resulting in better hydration. Proper hydration is crucial for optimal kidney function.Protects kidney function: The compounds in lemons may reduce the pain of kidney stones as they pass, as well as help break down small kidney stones. Incorporating lemon water into your diet can be a simple way to help protect and support your kidneys. 4. Structured Water Hydration is essential for optimal kidney function as it helps regulate the supply of fluid to your kidneys. Structured water is a type of water with altered molecular structure, making it similar to pure, uncontaminated natural water like a glacier or spring water. Structured water is perfect for kidney rehydration because it helps restore fluid balance in the body, promoting kidney health. Additionally, structured water can have several other health benefits, such as boosting the immune system, improving digestion, and enhancing the quality of sleep. You can create structured water using vortex technology, which mimics the natural flow of water in nature. Vortexing your water is as easy as using the Mayu Swirl, a device that can restructure normal water into structured water, ensuring optimal hydration and kidney health. We encourage you to try vortexing your regular water with Mayu Swirl to reap the benefits of structured water. Take Care of Your Kidneys Water is crucial for maintaining optimal kidney function. Proper hydration helps your kidneys do their job of filtering waste from your body, and it keeps your blood vessels open, allowing essential nutrients to travel freely to the kidneys. Drinking clean and pure water is the best option for kidney health, but make sure that you are getting the essential minerals you need if you're drinking reverse osmosis water. Drinking clean and pure water is the best option for kidney health. However, if you are drinking reverse osmosis water, which removes essential minerals like calcium and magnesium, it's essential to ensure that you are getting the minerals your kidneys need.
3 Bottled Water Alternatives That Are Eco-Friendly & Sustainable
Water quality3 Bottled Water Alternatives That Are Eco-Friendly & SustainableDrinking from plastic water bottles has become a convenient habit for many, but it carries a hefty cost. According to a report by the World Economic Forum, by 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. Plastic bottles take hundreds of years to degrade, and they have the potential to release harmful chemicals into the water, such as endocrine-disrupting chemicals like bisphenol-A (BPA) and phthalates, posing a threat to our health and that of other inhabitants of planet Earth. If you haven't already, now is the time to make a change and opt for sustainable and eco-friendly alternatives to plastic bottles. 3 Eco-friendly bottled water alternatives Consider these sustainable alternatives to plastic bottles: Reusable tumblerBoxed waterGlass bottle 1. Reusable Tumbler Staying hydrated on the go is a must, whether you're at the park, in the car, or running errands. So it's no wonder that environmentally friendly and portable tumblers have become so popular. Not only do they reduce plastic pollution by cutting down on disposable cups and bottles, but some options also keep your drinks at their perfect temperature for hours, including a hot coffee or even a sneaky glass of wine. You should, however, keep in mind that they need to be washed frequently to prevent mold buildup. There are many options on the market, so be sure to choose a stainless steel or tin tumbler. They're easier to clean, long-lasting, and plastic-free. 2. Boxed Water Boxed water, i.e., water packaged in carton boxes, is gaining traction as a sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to plastic bottled water. The cardboard box keeps water fresh, and the box itself is recyclable, easily integrating with the end-of-life and waste management cycle of paper products. A report conducted by sustainability experts found that boxed water has a 36% lower carbon footprint, 43% less fossil fuel use, and 95% lower impact on the ozone compared to single-use plastic bottled water. 3. Glass Water Bottle Glass bottles are the safest and cleanest vessels for storing and drinking water while at home or traveling. Unlike plastic bottles, glass bottles do not deteriorate with repeated use, and they are free of any chemical or flavor contamination. Besides being sustainable, this also preserves the pure taste of the water. Unlike water stored in plastic containers, water stored in glass containers maintains its temperature for a long time. This is because glass is a better insulator than plastic, trapping cold temperatures for a longer period of time. Finding a durable, lightweight, and stylish glass water bottle is a tall order. MAYU Glass Water Bottles, on the other hand, provide all of this and more. They are crafted using only 100% Borosilicate grade-A glass. Borosilicate glass prevents unwanted materials from leaching into the glass or vice versa. Its leak-proof lid is expertly designed and crafted with a stainless steel interior and stylish bamboo exterior to guarantee that your water stays securely contained. The bottle is designed to fit conveniently in your refrigerator, making it a practical replacement for large plastic bottles.The wide mouth of the bottle makes cleaning easy and efficient, as any brush can easily fit inside for thorough cleaning.Refilling is a spill-free experience thanks to its wide mouth.The bottle is also dishwasher safe for a quick and stress-free clean. Take care of both your body and the planet With each passing year, reports of the devastating global impact caused by our plastic water bottle habits continue to surface. The detrimental effects of single-use plastic on our environment are overwhelming, and the potential health hazards associated with drinking from plastic bottles are a cause for alarm. Drinking from reusable tumblers, boxed water, or glass bottles is not only cleaner, healthier, and tastier but also the best choice for yourself and the planet.
Cellular Hydration: 4 Best Water to Drink for Overall Health
Filtering waterCellular Hydration: 4 Best Water to Drink for Overall HealthProper hydration is crucial for overall health and wellbeing. It plays a vital role in regulating body temperature, keeping the joints lubricated, supporting organ function, preventing infections, and delivering essential nutrients to cells throughout the body. Adequate hydration also has a positive impact on mood, cognitive function, sleep quality, and energy levels. The body loses fluids through various processes, such as sweating, breathing, and waste elimination, making it essential to drink enough water to replenish these fluids and rehydrate the body. 4 Best types of water to drink for overall health Here are the 4 best types of water to drink for your overall health. 1. Structured Water Structured water is created by altering the structure of its molecules to form a hexagonal cluster, making it similar to pure, uncontaminated natural water found in springs and glaciers. Drinking structured water provides many health benefits, including, including: Supporting a healthy immune systemImproving digestionBoosting energyDetoxifying the bodyIncreasing hydrationPromoting better sleep There are several ways to create structured water, and one easy method is by using vortexing technology with the Mayu Swirl. This device can turn regular water into structured water from the comfort of your own home. The swirling motion of the Mayu Swirl aerates the water, oxygenating it, rejuvenating it, and improving its taste, while also infusing it with additional health benefits. » Learn how to make structured water 2. Mineral Water Mineral water is a rich source of minerals like magnesium, known for its positive effects on the muscles, and calcium, essential for strong bones. In addition, mineral water provides the body with important electrolytes, such as sodium, which are vital for proper hydration. Drinking mineral water also offers additional health benefits, such as relieving constipation, promoting heart health, lowering blood pressure, and improving circulation. 3. Spring Water Spring water comes from underground sources and naturally rises to the surface. It needs to naturally rise to the surface on its own to be considered spring water. Spring water is beneficial for the body in many ways, including: Contains minerals: Spring water is naturally rich in essential minerals that are beneficial to the body. Magnesium supports healthy bones, while potassium helps with nerve signaling, and sodium balances fluid levels in the body. In addition, it often contains iron, which aids in the production of hemoglobin, and zinc for a healthy immune system. These minerals are important for many bodily functions and can help maintain overall healthBalances your body’s PH levels: Spring water is naturally alkaline, which means it has a higher pH level than tap water. Drinking alkaline water can help balance the body's pH levels and neutralize excess acidity, which can lead to various health issues. Maintaining the proper pH balance is essential for healthy cell function and overall wellness.Does not contain chemicals and bacteria: Unlike tap water, which may contain harmful chemicals and bacteria, spring water is pure and free of toxins, bacteria, and heavy metals. It is not treated with chemicals, making it a healthier and safer option for drinking.Provides the body with oxygen: Spring water provides much-needed oxygen to the body and the brain. It also aids in good digestion: Hydrating with spring water ensures the digestive system works properly. Good hydration helps the body break down food for absorption and reduces the risk of constipation. 4. Filtered Water Reverse osmosis is a popular method used to purify tap water. It is a highly effective system that removes many contaminants, including lead, asbestos, chemicals, heavy metals, and bacteria, making RO water much safer than bottled water. However, while reverse osmosis eliminates over 90% of impurities from water, it also eliminates essential minerals that are beneficial to your body, like calcium, potassium, and magnesium. If you are filtering your water with a reverse osmosis system or drinking RO water, it is essential to remineralize your water with the Mayu Swirl Essential Mineral Drops. These drops, used in combination with the Mayu Swirl, result in quality water that tastes better and has added health benefits. The Mayu Starter Kit is an ideal option as it contains both the Mayu Swirl and the Essential Mineral Drops to ensure that you are drinking only the best water for your health. » Make sure your water is healthier than ever with mineral drops Reap the Health Benefits of Pure Water Water is crucial for maintaining optimal health and well-being. It helps regulate body temperature, aids in digestion, promotes healthy skin, and supports proper kidney function. To ensure that your body receives the necessary hydration and minerals, it's important to drink clean, pure water and aim for at least 2 liters of water per day. By staying properly hydrated, you can support the optimal functioning of your body and promote overall health.
Everything There Is to Know About Structured Water
Structured waterEverything There Is to Know About Structured WaterWater is at the top of the list when it comes to human survival—the life-giving substance that we need every single day. There are so many different kinds of water in this day and age, so it can be tricky to know which is the most beneficial. We have put together all the important information you need to know about structured water and its benefits in this article. What Does "Structured Water" Mean? Structured water, also known as hexagonal water, refers to water molecules that form a hexagonal cluster. It is believed that structured water is very similar, if not the same, as pure, untouched, and uncontaminated water found in glacier melts and natural springs. Structured water has a chemical formula of H3O2, which means it has three hydrogen molecules combined with two oxygen molecules—different from the normal H2O formula. Structured water is thicker, denser, and more viscous than normal water and can store and release energy. The molecules of structured water are believed to have a higher vibrational charge, which is more beneficial for the human body and results in increased hydration. Mimic the Essence of Spring Water Enhance your water’s texture and ensure you drink the healthiest H3O2 structured water with Mayu Swirl. The MAYU Swirl water structuring carafe harnesses the gentle power of the spiral motion to deliver reoxygenated, rebalanced, and rejuvenated living water that tastes great and provides long-lasting hydration. How Mayu Swirl makes your water better: Restores the water structure by letting it flow in its natural swirling motionThe movement of water increases pH levels and improves the tasteThe swirling motion aerates the water and infuses fresh oxygen into itVortex accelerates the evaporation of some volatile compounds (chlorine, THMs, CO2, odors, and other VOCs) Is Structured Water Safe to Drink? Structured water is safe to drink and is considered more beneficial than processed water. The processes involved in restoring water to its structured state are also harmless. The benefits of structured water are more effective for our health. Health Benefits of Structured Water The most popular benefits of structured water include the following: Helps the cells of the body recover quickerDetoxifies the body of toxic chemicals and harmful frequenciesManages stress by increasing organ activity and enhancing resilienceBoosts energy by encouraging immune system functioning and longevityEasier absorption by the body, which improves hydrationSupports the immune system by promoting optimal bioavailability of nutrients How Is Water Structured in Nature When water molecules bond in a hexagonal pattern, they create H3O2, allowing for more efficient hydration and faster energy movement. Natural springs, tumbling streams, rain, exposure to sunlight, and balanced minerals are natural ways water is structured to create a hexagonal pattern. Here is a list of everything that reinforces H3O2: Healthy plants, soil, and microbesOrganic fruit and vegetables with a high water contentSunlight and moonlightThunder and lightningGemstones that resonate with waterBalanced minerals in the correct equilibriumCopper vesselsVortexes While structured water will remain structured until it is disturbed by something that breaks the H3O2 bonds, it is most energized and hydrating when it comes straight out of your structuring device, so it is best to drink it as soon as possible to reap all the benefits. How Long Does Water Stay Structured For? When entering the world of structured water, people often wonder how long the water stays structured—the answer depends entirely on the environment the water is exposed to. Put simply, structured water stays structured until something de-structures it. When water is exposed to unnatural energies, toxins, contaminants, and chemicals, it loses its structure, and the energized bonds created when forming H3O2 are broken. Basically, the H3O2 compounds will stay intact until they touch something that is strong enough to disorganize the molecules, including the following: ChemicalsProlonged stagnation (more than seven days)Filtration or water-softening systemsReverse osmosisMicrowaving water to heat itPlastic storage containers such as bottled waterExposure to artificial electromagnetic waves or fieldsExposure to high electromagnetic fieldsForcing it through long straight pipes Can You Make Your Own Structured Water? It is possible to make structured water from the comfort of your own home—check out our blog on making structured water for a more in-depth guide. In short—water can be returned to its structured form using several different methods, including: Magnetizing it through a process called vortexingExposing the water to natural heat and energy like sunlightExposing the water to ultraviolet or infrared lightStoring the water in a gemstone water bottle Should You Drink Structured Water? Structured water does the body no harm and actually comes with a long list of health benefits, including increased energy and hydration levels. Making your own structured water is simple and easy, however, it might be an even easier option to purchase a structuring device so you can enjoy all the benefits of this amazing H3O2 at all times. » See the vortex effect in action and improve the quality and taste of any water with Mayu water structuring products
Elevate Your Wine Experience With the Swirl
Structured waterElevate Your Wine Experience With the SwirlIt's true. The MAYU Swirl was initially designed to aerate water and water alone. However, we recently started receiving unexpected positive feedback from wine experts claiming that it does great things for wine too. Aging Wine With Aeration Incorporating oxygen ages the wine by breaking down tannins for a smoother drinking experience. Jay Kam, the owner of Vintage Wine Cellar and Vintage Wine Vault, says the MAYU Swirl "incorporates oxygen into the wine dramatically faster than any other device I've seen." He explains, "For older wines, it is generally an issue of waking them up from their slumber, which is usually a shorter time. For young wines, you can get a good approximation of the wine's whole life span in an hour or two in the MAYU." » Interested to learn more about aeration? Check out this post for all the details. What Sets the Swirl Apart There are a few distinct differences between the Swirl and other aerators and wine decanters on the market. Several of the aerators you'll find online are single-pour aerators that can only be used for a single glass of wine at a time. While they do aerate the wine, it is limited. You have no control over the length of aeration or the outcome. With the MAYU Swirl, however, you can aerate as much or as little as you want. No More Waiting A fine aged wine that just needs to be awakened may take five minutes, or your palate may prefer 15 minutes or more. With a young wine, you can take an adventure through time, appreciating the wine at different stages of its life. Jay explains, "You don't have to wait 20 years to try that bottle on your shelf." A collector can unlock their cellar and enjoy the bottles that they usually have to walk past. The Swirl: Functional and Stylish The MAYU Wine Swirl has a rechargeable battery, so you can put it at the center of the table or take it with you for a candlelit dinner at the park. Not only does it do amazing things to the taste of your wine, but it's also beautiful and mesmerizing to look at. It makes for an original and memorable centerpiece to wow any guest. Control Your Wine Experience Although all wine aerators fulfill the same purpose, the Swirl gives you control over your wine experience. In Master Sommelier Roberto Viernes's words, "It's like having a time machine. You get to experience the evolution of the wine without the wait." Cheers to your next fine wine experience. » Eager to try out the Swirl? Start your wine adventure with Mayu Swirl
Wine Aerator vs. Decanter: Key Differences & Benefits
Wine aerationWine Aerator vs. Decanter: Key Differences & BenefitsFor those of us who love wine, understanding the difference between an aerator and a decanter is an essential part of our wine education. While both techniques help "open up" the flavor profile of the wine by exposing it to oxygen and serve the same purpose of enhancing flavor, they have different processes and benefits. Knowing how and when to use each one properly will ensure you get the most out of your wines. » Can all wines be aerated? See if you should aerate cheap wines Wine Aerator An aerator is essentially any device or method that invigorates wine with oxygen to release its aroma and flavor. Although this can include simply swirling the wine in a glass, using a special aerator tool is recommended for getting the full benefits of this method. We aerate wine to soften tannins and help integrate flavors, resulting in a smoother and more balanced taste. If you want to enjoy a glass of the finest red or white wine at home, you might want to consider investing in an aerator, which is designed to instantly aerate wine by passing it through a nozzle. In general, aerators are best suited for wines that are heavy-bodied and tannic, like Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, and Nebbiolo, to name a few. These wines are described as "closed" or "tight," and the aerator helps open them up, allowing the flavors and aromas to be more prominent. Most white wines as well as more fragile vintages don't need to be aerated. How To Use It To properly use a wine aerator, follow these steps: Remove the stopper or cork from the bottle of wine.Place the aerator device on top of the bottle, ensuring it's securely attached.Pour the wine slowly into a glass and watch as the aerator mixes in oxygen to the wine.Enjoy your newly aerated glass of wine! Benefits Aerators are convenient and ideal for single glasses of wineThey're inconspicuous, easy to clean, and simple to storeThey aerate wine instantaneously » Learn more about aerating wine without a decanter Wine Decanter While a decanter does aerate wine, it's primarily a vessel used to separate any sediment from the wine before it's served. Decanters are made of glass or crystal and feature a wide base that gradually tapers to a narrower neck, allowing for easy pouring of wine. Most wine decanters have a spout at the top of the neck, which helps control the flow of wine when pouring. The wide body provides ample space for the wine to swirl, allowing oxygen to mix with the liquid and resulting in a significantly more balanced taste. A decanter should be used when decanting young or strong red wines with harsh tannins. It's definitely a good idea to decant Bordeaux, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Malbec wines. While reds generally have more sediment than whites, decanting can benefit most types of wine, except sparkling wine. Bubbly wines should never be decanted, as they need their "bouncy" effervescence to stay fresh. How To Use It Remove the cork carefully from the bottle of wine.Place the decanter on a flat surface and begin pouring the wine slowly into the decanter in one motion, making sure any sediment stays in the bottle. If you see any trace of sediment, stop pouring. Through this process of decanting, you've already started aerating the wine. Depending on the type and age of the wine, allow it to sit for a few more minutes before serving to let it breathe before you drink. Benefits Decanters can be used to aerate larger batches at onceThey remove sediment from older wines and aerate younger wines Aerate Your Wine to Get the Most Out of It Taking the time to understand when to use an aerator and a decanter will help bring out the best qualities of each bottle of wine, allowing you to savor every sip. And if you're looking to further improve your wine-drinking experience, the Mayu Swirl can serve as your alternative to wine decanters, helping you easily aerate your wines. This way, you'll be able to get the most out of your wine and aerate like a professional. » Elevate your wine-drinking experience with Mayu Swirl