Nagano Ceramic Trio

BIJIN PARIS

Weight: 20g

The Nagano Ceramics Research Center specializes in the development and production of functional ceramics for water purification and well-being. This center has developed an assembly of 3 types of ceramic balls that will act on the quality of water and its assimilation in our body. Running water is thus filtered and its moisturizing properties are improved.

The 3 ceramics act in synergy to optimize, purify and mineralize running water:
Active ceramics: rich in minerals (iron, magnesium, sodium, etc.), and increase the pH of water to make it ionic and alkaline. Ionized water regenerates and stimulates body activity, decreases acidity and balances body fluids. Their low electrical conductivity has an antibacterial action on water. Antioxidant action: their redox potential (ORP) can be reduced by 150mV on average.
Far infrared ray ceramics: IRL ceramics change the electromagnetic structure of water to make it comparable to that of water present in the human body by creating exclusion zones (see; work of Prof. Gérald Pollack). Far infrared ray wave energy shrinks water molecules and binds them together, increasing their hydration capacity. The water is softer, blood circulation is improved. IRLs also promote the elimination of several bacteria, viruses, parasites and pathogens present in the water.
Adsorbent ceramics: their extremely porous constitution naturally attracts toxic particles present in water. They will also act on bad taste and bad odors.

USAGE TIPS :
• Rinse the beads under running water.
• Immerse the 20g balls (with or without filter) in a carafe containing 1L to 1.5L of running water.
• Leave to act for 1 hour.
• Consume.
• Ceramic balls have a lifespan of 3 to 5 months depending on the quality of the water in your municipality.
• Recycle as a natural plant additive.
Tip: by adding activated carbon (takesumi or binchotan) to ceramics, you will obtain a complete solution for the filtration and mineralization of running water.

Origin: Japan (Nagano). Packaged in France.