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Water - Prill beads

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does anyone have experience or knowledge on Prill Beads?


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  • Re: Water - Prill beads

    Thu, January 31, 2008 - 8:27 PM
    Hi Mia, you can email me directly if you would like to talk about Prill Beads, I have been using them for many years and really enjoy the water that is produced from them.
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      Re: Water - Prill beads

      Fri, April 19, 2013 - 8:40 PM
      Probably a dead subject but..

      Prill beads somehow(how unknown) change the molecule structure of water molecules. People who have diabetes or cancer or organ disease, when the water in their blood is magnetized and studied, form non-hegagonal sporadic structures. Healthy people, for the most part when studied have hexagonal structures in the water found in their plasma. Talk to anyone who drinks water treated with prill beads, testimonials speak for themselves. Japan and Germany lead the world in these studies and their results are astounding. Searching froma US based server will only lead youto foofooish testimonials and no factual data. I learned of the treatment ina blind study conducted bya freshmen from CU. The good info thatI was exposed to in the early 90s is no longer available from doing a google based search. They're only 35$ for half pound... Try for yourself. I can't recite the hard factual data, its been a long time since doing my own research. The shit is amazing..
  • Re: Water - Prill beads

    Fri, February 1, 2008 - 11:16 AM
    I looked for information about these prill beads after reading this post. The only information, that I found, telling me what they are, was that they are "a magnesium oxide." I found a whole lot of unsubstantiated and some seemingly ridiculous claims.

    Let me quote one website. www.dowsers.info/toronto/water2.htm

    "What does Prill water do?

    * Prill water is conscious water that is infused with life force.
    * It works magically; even Jim Carter its creator cannot explain how it works.
    * It allows you to trust your intuition and feel the magical energy of this product.
    * Prill beads take out fluoride and chlorine leaving you with pure glacial water.
    * It hydrates and moisturizes the cells.
    * Promotes age reversal
    * Reduces wrinkles, age spots
    * Because it is thin water it helps the body to absorb water.
    * Cleans out environmental toxins
    * Gives the body life force (yinergy)
    * Can reduce the need for some supplements
    * Speeds up the metabolism
    * Cleans up Mother Earth
    * Supports your health and beauty
    * Can improve the libido"

    Granted this website seems to be even more crazy and far-fetched than most, but it has a lot of the same claims, that I saw elsewhere.

    Is there any scientific information about this product or am I simply to believe the load of hippy-dippy nonsense that is available? Has anyone done a chemical analysis of the water or tested it's effects?

    I will freely admit that there might be something to the prill beads. I just want some scientifically extrapolated data.
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      Re: Water - Prill beads

      Fri, February 1, 2008 - 1:17 PM
      placebo water sounds really great. I like how they make it seem like water molecules are capable of getting 'clustered and congested' by mechanical filters.

      It reeks highly of B.S. to me. water is not a very complicated substance, and there's not much you can do to it to enhance what it already is. Like Peter says, the complete lack of any substantiated claims is a concern. Another tip-off is how they make it seem like every drop of culinary water on the planet is processed and smothered in chemicals and poisons, a blatant untruth used to make their product seem necessary. It just caters to the gullible crowd who thinks all cattle are stuffed with hormones and all vegetables are dipped daily in rat poison. Having spent much of my life in places where your food is grown, i can tell you it's all hippy B.S. to promote their higher-priced placebo food that's really no different.
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      Re: Water - Prill beads

      Fri, February 1, 2008 - 1:18 PM
      I've never heard of this, but that list is full of some of the most ridiculous marketing crap I've ever seen. Let me save y'all some money...

      * Prill water is conscious water that is infused with life force.
      Seriously, do I need to say anything? Conscious water?

      * It works magically; even Jim Carter its creator cannot explain how it works.
      Why the fuck would you put something into your body when you don't know what it is doing?

      * It allows you to trust your intuition and feel the magical energy of this product.
      Oh, I'm sure. Alcohol and rophypnol do that, too.

      * Prill beads take out fluoride and chlorine leaving you with pure glacial water.
      Glacial water is water that comes glaciers... it has nothing to do with the fluoride/chlorine content.

      * It hydrates and moisturizes the cells.
      Uh... yeah. That's why we need water in the first place.

      * Promotes age reversal
      Drink too much and you'll end up in diapers again!

      * Reduces wrinkles, age spots
      Yeah, I've got nothing. I'd like to see proof, though.

      * Because it is thin water it helps the body to absorb water.
      "Thin" water? What does that even mean? And secondly, muscle tissue contains about 75% water. Blood contains 83% water, body fat contains 25% water and bone has 22% water... I don't think there's a body out there that's having trouble with water absorption.

      * Cleans out environmental toxins
      So does a Brita water filter

      * Gives the body life force (yinergy)
      Hahaha... I bet!

      * Can reduce the need for some supplements
      How's that, and which ones? I thought this was pure glacial water? If there's nothing in it but magical glacial yinergy, how does it replace supplements? Unless it is replacing your daily yinergy suppository...

      * Speeds up the metabolism
      "Regular" water does this too

      * Cleans up Mother Earth
      Hey, that's cool. A product that actually cleans up the planet as you buy it! No more consumer guilt! If I were a cynical bastard, I might think that this was a totally baseless claim, but hey... can't argue with the facts!

      * Supports your health and beauty
      Like alimony

      * Can improve the libido
      Better hydration = better blood flow = better erections = this product doesn't do a damn thing


      >>Granted this website seems to be even more crazy and far-fetched than most<<

      Understatement of the year, Peter... that website is 100% pure, concentrated crazy. I guess they're hoping you'll get swept up in their crazy, too, and trust your intuition and buy this magic product.
      • Re: Water - Prill beads

        Fri, February 1, 2008 - 2:33 PM
        I did a bit more research on this stuff. Prill beads seem to be magnesium oxide baked into clay.

        There appears to be a huge movement/market for products that alter the taste/texture/whatever of water. There are things that lower the surface tension of water, others that alkalize water, and some that energize or ionize it. The hippies then theorize, if it could be called that, that lower surface tension leads to better absorption into the body's cells. They also propose that because the blood is slightly basic, pH of 7.35-7.45, that acids are bad and alkaline water will help keep you healthy.

        The prill beads might absorb some of the chemicals in tap water. They probably alter the flavor. Since metal oxides are basic, prill beads most likely alkalize the water which also makes it feel slippery. Therefore, they must be magic.

        You wouldn't believe how painful it was reading all that hippy pseudo-science. If I wanted to feel dumber, I should have gotten drunk.
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          Re: Water - Prill beads

          Fri, February 1, 2008 - 3:32 PM
          There's a huge market for preying on stupidity, period. A fool and his (though, usually *her*) money are soon parted.

          Quoting the same website:

          "HOW TO USE ECH20:

          Pour a couple of drops of this water in to a swimming pool, in to a lake, river or ocean, with Intention. Pour a little down your toilet.

          Drop a couple of drops of ECH20 in to a larger water jug. Use it for whatever you want.

          Drop a couple drops in to a dropper bottle with water — one you would carry around with you. Drop a couple drops of ECH20 in to whatever you want. Intend.

          You can use it "as is", however it will have a stronger effect if, as you use it you "INTEND" say, that it bring you health, longevity, etc. — whatever you desire. You can make "Medicine Water" to heal non beneficial emotional patterns, achieve what you want in life, as we learned through Larry & Raymon.

          When your bottle has 1" of water left, add more water to the bottle.

          Please see that this water is distributed to people who travel to different places, so that even a few drops of this water be poured in to the different waters around our Planet! Again, with Intention."




          I don't know whether to laugh or to have these people institutionalized. Also, I want them to stay the hell away from my water supply-- sounds too much like a damn cult or something to me. Go ahead and have yourselves a kool-aid... er... water... party, but leave me out of it.
    • Re: Water - Prill beads

      Fri, February 1, 2008 - 3:32 PM
      "Can reduce the need for some supplements."

      hmmmmmmm so what nuetrients does it put into the water? and if it does that then its not pure glacier water. doh
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    Re: Water - Prill beads

    Fri, February 1, 2008 - 3:38 PM
    I've never heard of a prill bead.
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      Re: Water - Prill beads

      Fri, February 1, 2008 - 7:21 PM
      Brent, get with the times! Prill water is pure as Captain Planet's own piss. It can be used to fend off zombies and vampyres and posessive spirits (oh wait... that's holy water. I get my placebo myths mixed up sometimes)

      Put a prill bead in your toilet bowl and you'll have a holy shit!
      • Re: Water - Prill beads

        Fri, February 1, 2008 - 8:10 PM
        While my initial reaction was to scoff at some of the claims, consider this;

        I have drank from many a mountain springs and streams and the water is without peer. But when you bottle the same water and bring it home, it just tastes like that metallic tasting commercial bottled water (which never tastes like a real mountain spring.) What is different about the water when it is fresh? Is it that the water is living until you bottle it? Does it have some type of energy from flowing that it lacks when bottled?

        I had figured that it would one day become a fad to have river rocks in your bottled water, and you'd shake the bottle up to energize the water (or some such shit.)
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          Re: Water - Prill beads

          Fri, February 1, 2008 - 10:46 PM
          Adam, you need to market that idea.

          As far as bottling the river water, are you sticking it in a metal canteen or something? =-) I grew up in a town that got all their irrigation from a local creek, and all their cullinary from three local springs in the rockies. Anyone who tries it (right out of the tap) will tell you it's the best water they've ever tasted, hands down.

          In my experience, water I put in the canteen does go a little flat as opposed to straight out of the drink... plus, there's a lot to be said for temperature. keep it cold, shake some air into it, and remember to drink with *intention* or however the hippies word it. goodwill and health and happiness will flow into your bladder.
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          Re: Water - Prill beads

          Sat, February 2, 2008 - 6:00 AM
          I know for sure that Mountain Valley Water, in Hot Spring's Arkansas is real spring water. If you drink it right out of the spring's it taste great. If you drink it 2 day's after it's bottled it taste like shit. Wait a month before you open the bottle it taste good again. I don't know why.
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            Re: Water - Prill beads

            Sat, February 2, 2008 - 10:45 AM
            prill beads.... in order to be any kind of filter/purifier, wouldn't it have to be a more dense element? you can't filter out toxins by pouring water through marbles, I don't care how magical the marbles are, there will be many water molecules that trickle through without ever contacting the element surfaces. The 'clay' part of prill beads makes sense, you can use clay to clean out anything from bacteria to radioactive isotopes from water...but you have to soak the water through several inches of solid, powder clay. not just run a marble through it with 'intention'.
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              Re: Water - Prill beads

              Sat, February 2, 2008 - 12:35 PM
              You can purify water with a bucket of dirt. Think I'd rather just do that. Boil it or something.
              • Re: Water - Prill beads

                Sat, February 2, 2008 - 7:02 PM
                hmmmmmm boil it n then run it through charcoal
                • Re: Water - Prill beads

                  Mon, February 4, 2008 - 6:43 PM
                  Prill beads may do much the same as carbon washing thewater. Carbon is used in filtration systems, it attracts the hard elements, scale, hard water.

                  It sounds funny, but I think flowing water is alive and bottled water is dead. Energy-wise, active balance, alkali levels, etc. We may not understand how at this time, but fresh mountain spring water is better than bottled.

                  I use 2 liter pop bottles for carrying water and gathering at camp.
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                    Re: Water - Prill beads

                    Mon, February 4, 2008 - 7:57 PM
                    I'm going to have to experiment... because I've had springwater straight from the head, and the same water bottled, and the same water from the tap at my dad's house after collecting in the city tank and who knows how long it takes to get down the lines to the tap... I have never tasted a difference. Then on the other hand, I've never been looking for a difference.

                    If I eat prill beads and charcoal, will I poop excellence and happiness?
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                      Re: Water - Prill beads

                      Tue, February 5, 2008 - 7:54 AM
                      If I eat prill beads and charcoal, will I poop excellence and happiness?

                      Eat lightning, shit thunder-- eat prill beads, shit excellence.
                    • Re: Water - Prill beads

                      Tue, February 5, 2008 - 8:41 AM
                      Given that thay are covered in clay if your fiber intake is good maybe you'll poo adobe. Gives new meaning to the term Shit a Brick.
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                        Re: Water - Prill beads

                        Thu, February 7, 2008 - 6:02 PM
                        do a little squeezing during the movement and you might get a coffee cup or a soup bowl or something.