Water activation through movement

In the 1920s, Viktor Schauberger observed the ability of water to clean and energise itself through lots of rhythmical movements. He derived wonderful inventions from this discovery and worked as a recognised water specialist for over 50 years. The image of the swirling waters of a mountain stream makes the principle of “activated” water clearer. Kinetic energy activates the water. The idea of activated water is now applied in several spheres, for example, stale water can be renaturised using special current stones.

Water activation using minerals

Many scientists have dealt with crystals, precious stones, quartz, feldspar stone and granite. Minerals are said to provide information about water activation and homeopathy also points towards this, but the precise way it works has not been scientifically confirmed to date. As groundwater flows through the layers of the earth, it comes into contact with stones, gets pushed through capillaries by high pressure and is carried into subterranean water veins. Finally, it springs from the source with natural vitality.

Water activation using EM ceramics

Japanese scientist Prof. Teruo Higa published his thoughts on the use of effective microorganisms (EM) for water activation for the first time in 1982, including certain yeast and lactic acid cultures under the term EM. If ceramic clay is enriched with EM, its malleability changes. EM makes the clay more receptive and plasticised. Prof. Higa concluded that EM ceramic can activate water with the appropriate contact. Even if there is still no scientific proof, EM technology is still used in nature-orientated agriculture and aquaculture.