Anyone who has made an instant coffee or iced tea or made potatoes from a dried mashed potato mix knows how to work with “wetter water.” If you try to mix a coffee mix with cold water, what happens? It doesn’t mix. You have to use hot water to get the mix to dissolve. If you heat the water, the water becomes wetter due to decreased surface tension.
Lowering the surface tension, makes water wetter. This means that water moves through things better. This same principle applies to hydration. If you get a water with a low surface tension, the water flows like a powerful river more efficiently delivering nutrients into cells and removing toxins from the cells.
At Phuket Cleanse, we add a liquid silica to our water to lower the surface tension of the water and thus create a “wetter water.” We mineralize the water with a combination of various minerals, and liquid silica (good for skin and nails).
The water is treated through a filtration system. The water is charged in the sun for structure and electrical charge.
The final stage is to chill the water, which further structures the water. The end product is a silky smooth, full-bodied water. The water is very hydrating and causes your skin to have a beautiful color and glow.
You can make the water yourself through the process described here. It actually only takes a few minutes to do, and so well worth it. We believe the water is the most important part of your nutritional program at Phuket Cleanse.
Nourishing clay waters will not only flush toxins from the system, but will treat any physical challenges you may have.
We combine our “wetter water” with our clay detox supplements for customers to drink twice a day. This is a perfect combination as the clay chelates toxins which are flushed out of the body as you cleanse, detox, exercise, and eat the right foods.
At Phuket Cleanse, we have designed a unique clay formula of various kinds of clays. This is important as people come to us with various kinds of toxins in their systems. It is thus important that you have a broad spectrum of chelating molecules, which can only be ensured by using several kinds of clay.