Kangen Water – Miracle Water or Hoax?

Miracle Water or Hoax?

Many people claim to have a miracle product, but what makes it a miracle? Since this blog focuses on health and wellness, particularly water, is there such a thing as “Miracle Water”?



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Answer: If you live in a third world country and have no access to water, ANY type of water is miracle water. For the rest of us, we are privileged to have an abundance (maybe not for long) of clean relatively clean water, but if mother earth is providing extra properties in the water that just so happen to have health benefits, is it really a miracle? Can we reproduce these health properties?

4 Locations That Naturally Create A Miracle Water

1. Lourdes, France
2. Tlacote, Mexico
3. Nordenau, Germany
4. Nadana, India

As big as this world is there are only 7 places in the world that produce this kind of “miracle water” that naturally comes from the ground. This is water that has been flowing against underground rocks for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.

What Makes This A Miracle Water?

When thousands of people around the world were getting cured of their disease from drinking water that came from the ground, it really makes you think. Most of these locations had stories of apparitions before being told where to look or where to dig and poof – water appears.  After testing the water that came from these locations, scientists revealed that the water was naturally alkaline and had natural antioxidants.

Dr. Sanetaka Shirahata, Graduate School of Genetic Resources Technology, Kyushu University, says that all so-called miracle or healing water all contain Active Hydrogen (atomic hydrogen) and Hydrogen (molecular hydrogen) in the water. Due to hydrogen being the lightest element, active hydrogen evaporates within 0.3-0.7 seconds after generating it and hydrogen will evaporate soon after, especially in contained in a plastic water bottle.

In the past, anyone who was sick or had a disease had to physically visit these locations, but thanks to technology, one can have this miracle water in the comfort of their own home.

Lourdes France Miracle Water
Image Via: Alkaline Kangen Water Singapore

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1. Lourdes France

The most popular of these locations is Lourdes France when in the late 1850s a little girl had a vision and was told to dig in the mud. Under the mud was an abundance of spring water. People in the town started drinking the water and was healing their illnesses. To this day, millions of people have visited this location to get the water, sometimes even 10,000 people a day.

2. Tlacote, Mexico

Aside from Metallica’s Black Album coming out in 1991, May of that year brought another miracle. A wealthy man by the name of Jesus Chahin had this miracle water just sitting in his well. It wasn’t until he originally noticed it from his dog who was drinking the water, but a Reveran Juan Crespo who suffered from prostate cancer and traveled 175 miles to drink this miracle water.

3. Nadana Village, India

In September 1993 water began gushing out of a deserted tubewell. Local villagers who bathed in the water reported “magical” qualities of the water as it cured their skin disease. The owner of the well, Mr. Mamraj, was offered a large sum of money from people who wanted to buy the well. Mr. Mamraj refected the offer saying that he wanted to use the well water for the people and not for money.

Miracle Water in India

4. Nordenau, Germany

100 km east of Dussldorf a spring of very pure water was discovered in a cave – an old slate mine actually. The mine is on the property of Hotel Tommes in the Winterberg Mountains near Dusseldorf, which happens to be a popular Ski Resort in the district of Schmalenberg.



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