How to Use Quartz to Mineralize Water

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How to Use Quartz to Mineralize Water
You can mineralise drinking water by using quartz and magnesium. (Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images)

Distilled water is free of any impurities, but it also lacks any essential minerals or nutrients. You can mineralise your distilled drinking water using different types of minerals. Calcium and magnesium are often used to mineralise water. Some people also advocate adding other minerals such as quartz to increase the healing properties of pure drinking water. Quartz is believed by alternative healers to have metaphysical properties that can help you concentrate and focus your energy and ionise water.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • One piece of clear quartz crystal
  • 1 litre of distilled water
  • 1/8 tsp. Epsom salts
  • 1/8 tsp calcium chloride
  • 1 litre container

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Purchase a quartz crystal from an alternative healing or metaphysical store. You can also order it online. You need only one quartz to mineralise your water but can use several if you prefer.

  2. 2

    Clean your quartz crystal or crystals with cold water. Rinse and dry the quart when finished. Place the quartz in the bottom of an empty one-gallon litre container. Fill the container with filtered water.

  3. 3

    Add Epsom salts and calcium chloride to the quartz water. Mix the water completely.

  4. 4

    Let the water sit for 24 hours so that the energy from the quartz can be absorbed. Drink the mineral water daily. Be sure that the quartz remains in the container and does not get poured out.

  5. 5

    Rinse your quartz when you finish the drinking water in the container. You can reuse the quartz after you wash it.

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