Written on Friday, September 14, 2007 by Gemini
Bio-dynamised water, believed to cure various ailments including diabetes and heart problems, is set to hit Indian markets soon.
Aqua Dyn, a research centre at the Auroville township in the city, has developed commercially viable equipment to carry out the ‘bio-dynamising’ technique developed in
The centre has also been exporting the equipment to European countries, especially France, Aqua Dyn’s managing director Uthirapathy said. “The equipment for commercial, household and portable use will soon be launched across
The process of bio-dynamising includes infusing electro-magnetic waves and metallic trace elements into the water. It also uses the reverse osmosis technique – the method of using pressure to separate dissolved substances from a solution – to purify heavily contaminated water. “Bio-dynamised water helps remove toxins from the body and has proven properties to heal diseases, including arthritis, diabetes, skin cancer and heart ailments,” he said. Get a free glucose meter. You may qualify to receive your Diabetic supplies at no cost to you!
As part of the process, electrodes of a particular metal or a combination of metals are inserted into the water. The mineral carbon reinforces the immune system; chromium is good for the eyes, sugar assimilation and hair revitalisation; while copper is an anti-inflammatory element and also eases kidney problems. Germanium helps cure cancer and boosts the immune system, and gold can be useful for heart diseases and high blood pressure, Uthirapathy said. Electrodes of iron, magnesium, manganese, nickel, silicon and silver are also available to treat specific ailments.
Bio-dynamism and its effects on health were first established by French scientist Marcel Violet. During his studies, Violet found that the processed water enhanced healing by up to 30 per cent in animals. It also boosted growth in plants by over 30 per cent. He also claimed that drinking the water helped him recover from a heart ailment and skin cancer. After Violet’s death, the technology got buried till it was rediscovered by his assistant in the late 1970s. He also founded a Marcel Violet Laboratory to conduct research on the same. The ‘dynamisers’ for household and commercial purposes will be available in the range of Rs 20,000 to Rs 24,000.