Nariwa: Japan's Ancient Magnetic Mountain
Why Nariwa is, a Naturally Magnetized Water from Japan's Ancient Magnetic Mountain, different?
Much research has been conducted on the effects of this unique water on the body's response systems. Reports from studies suggest that this water can help the body resist disease and slow aging by:
- Increasing Intracellular Hydration
- Replacing Depletion of Essential Minerals
- Stabilizing and Protecting Cells
- Helping To Maintain Normal Blood Flow and pH
- Flushing Out and Preventing Wastes from Accumulating in Cells
- Preventing Free Radicals from Forming
The history of this uniquely remarkable water explains why it has the potential to have such positive health effects. According to geological records obtained in Japan, a sea volcano erupted millions of years ago and rose to the surface, becoming a mountain. This occurred within a geological period that a huge meteorite shower poured down in this region of Japan. As a result, the magnetite from the meteorites bonded with the limestone and granite in the mountain, and created a continuous magnetic environment for the water in this particular mountain.
Because this water has been in the same location, undisturbed and unaffected by time, many legends have become popular throughout history for those living in this area. One of the earliest dates back to around the 10th century A.D. After a drought that lasted many years, the people prayed for their gods to send rain. Even though their prayers had always been ignored in the past, water began to flow from this mountain and created a natural spring.
In the 13th century, the Emperor, who was terminally ill, sought out a place to die. After being brought to the place where this water had been, he was served it daily by the people and was healed. He brought this water back to his palace in Kyoto and distributed it to his Court, where health improvement was documented. This water became known as the "Emperor's Water". Nothing was ever written about this specific water by the Japanese people, and it remained a secret for centuries.
Nariwa water can retain its magnetic properties because of its high mineral content. Up to 74 minerals have been detected in this water through tests conducted at certified labs in Japan. Because of its natural magnetization these minerals are naturally ionized. Unlike artificially magnetized water, the magnetization in Nariwa remains permanently, even after it is removed from its source, bottled, and stored for long periods of time.
Because it is totally natural, it contains no chemicals or toxins found in general water supplies. It also contains several trace minerals no longer found in our water or soil. It has been exposed to scientific testing and has been found to create changes in the body's internal environment. This water is tested regularly, both in the U.S. and Japan for its safety and content, and meets or exceeds all EPA standards. Readings on magnetization in the water report a very safe, but effective gauss level.
Another important feature which helps explain its health benefit is that its pH value is between 7.60 and 8.00, making Nariwa slightly alkaline, which has been shown to be important in helping control acidity in body fluids.
The most unique feature of Nariwa is the formation and organization of its molecules (see Fig 1). Unlike regular water, Nariwa is naturally formed in smaller clusters of 5 or 6 molecules. Because of its natural magnetization, these clusters are more organized and move in an orderly pattern throughout the body. Nariwa has a higher density than other water, even to water that has been artificially magnetized. This increases the stability of the molecules, and in turn, also helps to keep the cells themselves more stable.
These magnetized molecules pass readily through the cell membrane into the cell nucleus for better delivery of nutrients (see Fig. 2). They also can attract toxins and waste materials in the cells and flush them out of the body, creating somewhat of a chelation effect (see Fig. 3).
When cells are studied under a MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), the water inside looks and behaves very differently. Molecules are formed in smaller clusters and are in a linear arrangement. The molecules are lined up and move in and out of cells in an orderly fashion. When water is photographed after being removed from the MRI, molecular clusters will increase to as much as 30 to 40 molecules per cluster and become disordered, as they begin to cluster with neighboring water. When diseased cells in cancer are studied, the water moves very randomly and violently through the cells. Nariwa molecules are thought to function in a similar manner to water that is under a MRI all the time.
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