How to Make Prill Water
To create your Prill water follow these steps:
Step 1: Begin with a glass or glazed ceramic jug or water filter, or a hard plastic drink water bottle (nothing metal)
Step 2: Rinse your bag of Prill beads well to remove all magnesium oxide dust.
Step 3: Place your beads in the bottom of the jug or filter or bottle, we suggest keeping them in the bag (but you can place them in loosely). Keeping them in the bag will make it easier to clean them in the future.
Step 4: Fill your glass or ceramic jug or bottle up with water, do not replace the lid if chlorine is present in your water. Try to use the best quality drinking water available, but it can be regular tap water if nothing better is available. Although chlorine will naturally vent off, you should not depend on this product to dissipate chlorine or fluoride.
• Let stand for 24 hours.
You now have Prill Water
You can pour off 3 quarters of prill water, always leaving one quarter of water covering your prill beads. Refill your jug or bottle and from here on it only takes 1 hour after your first batch to have recharged energised water.
If you let the water stand unused for 5 days or longer it can become overcharged and develop a metallic taste. This is not harmful. You tend to get a large energy boost! Just discard the water and start over if you prefer.
Prill water works best at room temperature but you can keep it in the refrigerator if desired.
Cleaning Prill Beads
Due to the diverse composition and quality of the water people use, Prill Beads may change colour over time due to the type of minerals in the water or sunlight. To avoid this, keep your Prill container out of direct sunlight and always try to use the highest quality water available.
To clean you can simply wash under the tap to remove any discolouring, or if you wish a deeper clean/sterilisation place the beads in one cup of pharmacy grade 3% hydrogen peroxide. This will clean and restore the colour to the beads.