- Scientific Water Testing
- Published Book: Ticking Time Bomb in our Drinking Water
- Finding Immunity From Within Us
- Safe Drinking Water: Fact and Fiction
- Mothers And Pregnant Women Beware
- Water Pollution And Its Health Effects
- How Effective Is Your Water Purification System?
- Contaminants That Can't Be Seen With Your Naked Eye In Your Drinking Water.
- Children Killed By Water Related Diseases
- Stalactites and Stalagmites
- Results From Drinking Distilled Water
Stalactites and Stalagmites
Stalactites and stalagmites what do they have in common with heart diseases ,tartars and other diseases?
In caves, one could see stalactites and stalagmites forming out of crystal clear water. It is hard to imagine that the stalactites and the stalagmites were formed by the inorganic minerals in the water. The minerals are so small in nature that you would not be able to see it in with the naked eye. Infact, it is so minute that it cannot be filtered out. The minerals are mostly calcium carbonate (which is limestone) with iron, manganese and other types of minerals. The minerals are very hard in nature. Imagine what would happen, if these minerals are collected in your kidneys, liver, gall, heart or in your arteries or in the veins that supply blood and oxygen to your head? When these inorganic minerals deposit themselves in your spine and joints, what kinds of diseases would you be suffering from?
You can see the effect of these minerals just by looking between your teeth. Tartars are formed if your drinking water contains calcium carbonate which is limestone just like stalactites and stalagmites. Tartars are foods that are hardened by inorganic minerals. If these minerals were to get into your arteries, it may clog your arteries and turn your cholesterol to plaque. If it gets into your kidney, you would have kidney stones. The plaque in the arteries is hard and very strong and a few atmospheric pressure of force are needed to be applied during angioplasty treatment. They are hard like cement. Where do think the plaque in the arteries and the stones in your kidney are from? Is it from your food or is it from inorganic minerals from the soil that is dissolved into the water? Does your body have the ability to manufacture stones from your food and vegetables? Do you know what would happen if these inorganic minerals were to harden and clog up the veins and capillaries in your brain or when they harden and turn your brain cells to stones?