People are chronically dehydrated across the globe due to the lack of clean drinking water.
Close to 25% of the earth’s population is forced to rely on contaminated water sources for basic needs. And people are getting sick from their water.
50% of the world’s hospital beds are occupied by people with waterborne diseases.
Most efforts to address water challenges are focused on water availability, rather than the critical issues of quality or sustainability. But access to water only solves part of the problem. Borewells that start out safe can become irrevocably contaminated. Water trucked in from distant locations is often of uncertain quality and unreliable as a daily source. People need reliable access to water that is safe to drink.
Alive" and "dead" water
"Alive" and "dead" water We are familiar with these terms since our childhood, but were the writers telling the truth when they would describe the properties of "alive" water. Absolutely nothing! We all think of it being clean. But the truth is that the water we refer to as clean is "dead". This is because we as humans have done everything to "kill" water, by making it undergo mechanical, thermal and chemical treatments to clean it. However, there are places on earth where clean "alive" water can still be found. Long ago, people would call this water "holly". Such water can be found in holly and clean springs. But not many people know that underground all the holly springs with clean "alive" water, flow through the areas of natural depositions. Therefore this water undergoes POLARIZED treatment and acquires unique healing qualities.