What Is Bulk Water?
Bulk water is a name we want to standardize on this website to mean water that is unstructured and predominantly made of H2O molecules. The term bulk comes from the behavior of the H2O molecules because they tend to cling together forming clusters. And these clusters cost the body a lot of energy for them to be broken up before being absorbed at cellular level.
We have also categorized bulk water into 4 categories being Artesian water, Spring water, Rain Water and Prepared Water. Ideally Artesian water like well water, spring water and fresh rain water should be structured in their default state, unfortunately that is not so in most cases.
The moment the water gets contaminated underground and in the air by toxic substances it weakens in structure, more and more H3O2 molecules rearrange to H2O molecules. H2O molecules have affinity for toxic substances so the water becomes laden with toxins.
The second reason we decided to categorize Artesian, Spring and Rain waters as bulk water is that, the water needs to be treated to be brought to a safe drinkable state. It is the processes of purification used that would add to the bulkiness. Otherwise these water would be classified as structured water in their pristine state as nature intended.
This is water from underground and is normally well water. Well water can be considered good for drinking as is if in an area that is not polluted from underground. This water at times is much better when compared to treated water like tap water.
So since it would be contaminated there would be need to ‘clean’ it to bring it to a drinkable state. Depending on ‘cleaning’ processes used often times the water would loose its structure completely.
Some companies describe their processes as safe and maintaining the quality of water. Whether true or not one needs to do their due diligence. Artesian water can also be sold as bottled water.
Spring water is also more like well water except that it is collected flowing from above down the rocks or as a waterfall or from a stream. This water is also good to drink when not contaminated. However, it is very difficult to find spring water that is in its pure state and does not require any further intense purification to be safe to drink.
What applies to Artesian water above is the same thing that happens with spring water. Bottled spring water is available for purchase all around us.
Rain water as the above two is water in its natural state which if it were possible would be the best thing to drink as is. Unfortunately this is not possible due to toxic air in the atmosphere. However, if you want to see the strength of rain water watch how the ground can suddenly turn green only after a day of rainfall.
You will not get the same with tap water. This indicates that rain water carries life force energy that promotes and sustains life. To drink this water raw as it comes down may be calling for trouble because unlike plants we may not be able to sieve out the toxins it comes down with from the atmosphere.
Prepared water is any water that has gone an intense purification process before it is considered safe to drink. This includes tap water, filtered water, reverse osmosis water, distilled water, etc.
Almost all water that we are used to is prepared water. There are very few instances where well water, spring water and rain water do not need to be treated to be drinkable. By treated we do not mean simple filtration but rather intense purification that may involve different stages of filtration and at times even addition of chemicals to kill bacteria and other organisms.
Below are some types of prepared water.
Reverse Osmosis Water