Water Movement, Atmosphere Changes

Published February 9, 2018 by tindertender

Ceramic Birds water fountainI decided to purchase an indoor tabletop water fountain tonight. It is late though, now that I have arrived home with it, so I will set it up tomorrow. This one will go in the living room and the other one I ordered, which should be delivered any day now, will go in the bedroom.

The force or energy of the falling or splashing water causes splitting of neutral particles of air, freeing electrons which attach to other air molecules causing a negative charge. https://pranaviewaustralia.wordpress.com/2012/03/27/the-power-of-negative-ions-the-ocean-and-bodies-of-water/

It has been discovered that the dispersion of water from waterfalls, waves, or even lightning and water evaporation from plants, create  hydrogen ions by splitting water molecules. The negative electrons join up with other free positive electrons in the air neutralizing their electrical charge.
https://paradelle.wordpress.com/2010/01/09/ions-water-health/

I have room for one more plant, I think I’ll buy it tomorrow, and I would like to make some beeswax candles this weekend too. According to the following article, these two things will also create negative ions in the living environment when put to proper use and care.  https://www.phyto5.us/blog-1/negative-ions-health

These things combined with my 4 salt lamps ought to assist in a healthier atmosphere. I cannot speak with authority on this matter until I have fully experienced the effects, so here I go, full on, into the thick of it. At the same time, I am working on a heavy metal detox, so in a couple weeks change should be pretty noticeable.

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