Blogs about Water

  1. Discover the Power of Colloidal Nano Gold

    Discover the Power of Colloidal Nano Gold

    Welcome to this blog about Colloidal Gold. In addition to the colloidal silver that has been known for years, it is also possible to obtain colloidal gold. This is a liquid in which very small nano gold particles float in distilled water. Gold is a precious metal and occurs naturally in very small quantities in the human body. Colloidal Nano Gold may have positive effects for your (external) well-being. In this blog we increase your knowledge about this fascinating subject.

    What is Colloidal Gold

    Gold belongs to the group of precious metals and it occurs as a pure metal in nature. The symbol for gold is Au, which comes from the Latin word Aurum. Gold has had special significance in various ancient cultures throughout history, especially in the areas of religion and spirituality. Often it was also a symbol of royal power and wealth because of its shine and beauty.
    Colloidal Gold was also traditionally valued. Various cultures believed that gold had a vitalizing

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  2. The Ultimate Guide to Water Distillation: Pure Water for Health

    The Ultimate Guide to Water Distillation: Pure Water for Health

    In a world where pure water is no longer taken for granted, we must consider methods for purifying water. Despite claims that Dutch drinking water is clean and pure, there is always room for improvement. One possible method is water distillation. This blog thoroughly discusses the process of water distillation. Meditech Europe offers various solutions in the field of water distillation. Depending on the amount of water you need, you can choose from the Pure Water Mini Classic, the Midi Classic, and the Mega Classic.

    What is Water Distillation

    Water distillation is a process where water is heated to boiling point, after which the resulting steam is condensed and returned to liquid form. This process is used to remove impurities from water, as many contaminants cannot transition into vapor form. The distillation

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  3. Water Vibrations and Human Harmony

    Water Vibrations and Human Harmony

    Water is an important condition for all life on earth. People consist on average of 70 percent water. For various crucial functions in the body, water plays an important role. This includes hydration and maintaining the correct electrolyte balance. Water naturally has no shape of its own, and studies have been conducted to demonstrate that water retains the memory of dissolved substances, the so-called water memory. This extensive blog will discuss these aspects in detail, as well as the related concept of cymatics and the work of Japanese researcher Masaru Emoto.

    Basic Concepts

    Before we proceed with this fascinating subject, we will first go through some basic concepts with you. At room temperature, water is a liquid and is made up of water molecules. These water molecules are made up of 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. Water is essential

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  4. Improve Your Health with Water Treatment: Discover the Benefits of Ionized, Ozone-rich & Distilled Water

    Improve Your Health with Water Treatment: Discover the Benefits of Ionized, Ozone-rich & Distilled Water

    In our daily lives, water is often taken for granted. We use it for hydration, cleaning and cooking without thinking too much about it. However, the quality of the water we consume can have a significant impact on our health and well-being. Meditech Europe offers a range of products that can improve the quality of water, such as water ionizers, ozone generators, hydrogen generators, reverse osmosis systems and water distillation equipment. In this extensive blog we will delve deeper into the chemical composition of water, the influence of different treatments on the pH and ORP values, and the benefits of ionized, ozone-rich, hydrogen-rich, osmosis water and distilled water for our body.

    The Chemical Structure of Pure Water

    Pure water, chemically represented as H2O, consists of two hydrogen atoms (H) and one

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  5. Technical details about Colloidal Silver

    Technical details about Colloidal Silver

    Welcome to our informative blog on colloidal silver! Discover the fascinating world of colloidal silver and dive deeper into the technical aspects that define this special product. From the production methods, the different forms of water used, particle size to the Zeta potential, we reveal the technical details you need to make an informed decision about colloidal silver. Broaden your knowledge and understanding of this fascinating topic. Read on and discover what colloidal silver has to offer on a technical level!

    What is Colloidal Silver?

    There is a lot of ambiguity in the world about what exactly colloidal silver is. It usually describes two types which, unfortunately, are used interchangeably by many providers, without actually knowing what they are offering:

    Colloidal Ionic Silver:

    Ionic silver refers to a solution in which silver

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  6. The Difference between demineralised water and distilled water

    The Difference between demineralised water and distilled water

    In the world of pure water, there are several terms that are often used interchangeably, but each has its own unique properties and applications. Demineralised water and distilled water are two such terms that are often confused. In this comprehensive blog, we will take an in-depth look at these two types of water, discuss their differences and similarities, and explore their applications. We will also discuss which of the two is most suitable for producing colloidal silver and colloidal gold, and what to look out for when buying or distilling pure water yourself. Finally, we will answer some frequently asked questions and point out reliable sources to purchase high-quality water distillation equipment.

    What is Demineralised Water?

    Demineralised water, also known as Demi water, is water that is free of most

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