Structured water has unique properties that are gathered from the environment that it is placed in. The theory and science behind structured water says that the hydrogen bonds in the water interact and share properties with their surroundings. By passing water over clay and other mineral sources that have positive vibrational effects the water is returned to its most natural, or structured, state. Unfortunately, as soon as the water is moved away from these mineral sources, it begins to return to the negative properties that it is stored in again. That’s why special care and consideration must be given to the storage and longevity of the structured water that you drink.
How To Store Structured Water
Ideally, structured water will be stored in containers that offer the same excellent vibrational qualities as the minerals that created it. However, there are obvious problems with clay containers in terms of durability and practicality. The good news is that dark glass containers are a viable option that helps to block out degrading sunlight and maintain the structured properties of the water. Hard plastic and metal thermos-like containers can also be used. Exposure to light and environmental factors will cause the structured water to return to its unstructured state faster. You should keep structured water in a cool, dark area and keep it tightly sealed to prevent changes in the hydrogen bonding of the water as it comes into contact with the air.
How Long Does It Last
The water structuring process does not last forever. The changes made to the molecules are caused by the vibration of the minerals and ores over time as the water successively passes through many different transitions. Once the structured water is moved away from those vibrations it will continue to hold its structure for a period of time on its own, but will become weaker and weaker over time. Exposure to sunlight, air and unnatural materials will cause it to lose its positive qualities much faster than if it is effectively protected. Properly protected structured water can last up to two or three months in storage. This allows you to process large batches of water to take with you on the go or to store plenty of water for your household in the event that you don’t have access to restructuring technology on a full time basis.
If you are looking for a way to keep structured water readily available but don’t have an in-home system or portable structuring device to keep handy, it is possible to store structured water. The containers you choose to store your structured water should include tightly sealed lids and protective properties against damaging UV rays. When kept in a cool, dark environment, structured water will retain its high vibrational frequency properties for several months at a time before it begins to go bad and lose its health giving qualities. Your structured water will begin to get weaker and weaker as soon as it is moved away from the minerals and ions that keep it structured, so you will have the best results if you use it immediately after it has passed through the structuring process.
To learn more about how structured water can impact you, contact us at Living Springs today.