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Japanese PiMag Water

Updated on April 29, 2011

Pimag Water: What’s The BIG Difference?

A BIG Wet Glass Of Water Straight From The Tap. ---As good as it looks, Would you drink it?

Do you filter your tap water for drinking? Most of us do. Why is that?

I could go to YouTube and post video after video about the hazards of drinking tap water no matter where you are in the world. It seems to be common knowledge that our water is polluted, tap water is not good for you, and bottled water has been shown to contain deadly plastics.

All are pretty good reasons to filter.

Most of us don’t need to be convinced we need to filter tap water. But why do we need to filter it into pimag water?

So why would you want to change to a pimag water system?

Pimag Water: Is There A Pimag Difference?

The thing that sets this Pi-Mag Water technology apart is the way it breaks apart cysts and long chain water structure unavailable with other technology and adds the trace minerals that help balance pH in the body.

The multi-filter not only reduces volatile organic compounds, lead, cysts, MTBE, turbidity, chlorine, bad tastes, odors and particulate matter, but heavy metals.

(Pharmaceuticals are included in the volatile organic compound category.)

You will notice an improvement in

  • Taste
  • Smell
  • Hydration
  • Nutrition
  • Convenience
  • Savings

That is why Nikken Pi-mag Water drinkers are called : ‘Water Snobs’.

Water is essential to the chemistry of life because of its ability to disassemble and rearrange other molecules.

Water is the universal solvent. It is the perfect conductor for the neurological system as well as the transportation system of nutrients to the body cells and waste out of the body cells.

Healthier cells. Healthier bodies.

The brain is 85 to 90% water.

The electrical connections of the brain rely on water.

Without proper hydration our brains short circuit. Even slight dehydration can cause tiredness, lack of concentration and brain fog.

What Is The Connection To Pimag Water?

The Japanese were the first to discover the unique structure of water inside plants. Water that makes up plants has an iron base compound derived from bivalent and trivalent ferrates and a very small amount of ferric ferrous salt (Fe2Fe3). The water clusters are tiny enough to penetrate the cells. They reproduced the process and got the results and called it Pimag Water

If you want to know more about how pimag water as discovered, read What The Heck Is Pi-mag Water.

Deductive reasoning tells us that if pimag water is best for plants, it is best for humans.

Pimag water is unique because it adds the atypical combination of minerals which makes water naturally alkaline. Water, in the proper alkalinity, helps to counter-balance our acidic diet.

Anyone associated with health knows the importance of pH in the body.

Another thing that sets Pimag Water technology apart from all the rest is the way it breaks apart cysts and long chain molecules, unavailable with other technology.  

The multi-filter of the drinking water systems reduces VOC (volatile organic compounds), lead, cysts, MTBE, turbidity, chlorine, bad tastes, odors and particulate matter. 

What Are The Most Common Pollutants Found In Water?

Caffeine is the most common pollutant and with the highest concentration found in water.

Some of the most concerning contaminants are the pharmaceuticals, which fall in the group  VOCs. 

What pharmaceuticals are found in water?  Antibiotics, anti-depressants, birth control pills, seizure medication, cancer treatments, pain killers, codeine, tranquilizers,  Premarin, an estrogen replacement drug, and cholesterol-lowering compounds are common in drinking water.  Even chemotherapy agents were found downstream from cancer treading hospitals.   

For additional information about what is in the water in the United States, go to the U.S.G.S. study at the website:


How Hard is It To Install A Pimag System?

There are three basic Pimag Water Systems:

  • One that attaches directly to the water coming into your home
  • One that is portable and gravity fed, great for emergency preparedness and camping
  • One for the shower (Why one for the shower? You absorb water through your skin and lungs.)

Both drinking water styles provide good tasting, NSF approved water. And the Shower System removes chlorine and heavy metals that are absorbed through the skin and lungs without the use of chemicals.

None of these require special plumbing. You can do it yourself.

The shower system features technology that neutralizes chlorine through a copper-zinc redox process instead of chemicals. And the superfine filter reduces a wide range of water contaminants such as iron, sulfides and heavy metals.

You can taste the difference. You can smell the difference. And within a week, most people notice a difference in their hair, skin and energy level. And, within a month, you will notice the difference in your pocket book because Pi-mag Water is more cost effective than bottled water. Your food bill may go down because water starts tasting good, so they buy less pop, juice and other beverages.


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    • BkCreative profile image


      7 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      I've been wondering about this and you've done an excellent job of covering it. It's appalling what has been done to our water!

      I had the pleasure of tasting pure water from a spring when I was in Senegal. It felt like it was lighting up every part of my body - I felt so...well, alive.

      Sad the low standards we have with our water and food.

      Rated up!

    • HealthyHanna profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Utah

      Hi JermiMiller! Thanks for commenting. I appreciate what you are saying. ...and I agree, to a point. I am not a 'clean freak'. I believe in germs and the need to build up our immunity to them. I too think that is important. I know many people throughout the world that live without purified filtered water. I think this would be a very good subject for a Hub. But, have you ever considered the death rate in these countries?

      How many pharmaceuticals and man made chemicals are in the water? Have you seen the studies on the fish and animals that drink water contaminated with pharmaceuticals? They are changing, becoming uni sexual, (is that something like homosexual?) What is the water like there? Is the water naturally purified by Mother Nature? (BTW, the pimag water system I believe in mimics nature in its process. It even uses rocks, natural mineral stones, to add back the life-essential trace minerals. Nothing unnatural. The gravity-fed unit uses the same principles as Mother Nature. Gravity, activated charcoal, energy from the sun added by ceramic elements and zeolite to trap and remove positively charged heavy metals. This completes the process for filtering, but then the 'pimag' concept is added by the mineral stones and a strong magnet to brake down the long chain molecules so our body can absorb them, just like Mother Nature does by bubbling water over rocks in a mountain stream. And all this for under 300 bucks! No plastic leaching from bottles. No plastic bottles to fill our landfills.

      I do agree with you though, and think I know where you are coming from. Again, I thank you for your comment and I appreciate you getting people to think about both sides of the water issue

    • HealthyHanna profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Utah

      Pamela, Thanks for your comment. I know I have hubbed on this subject before, but I believe in it and feel a strong desire to help people be prepared. The gravity-feed water system is one way we can have clean water in case of emergency (except maybe if your house was one destroyed by a tornado, like what is happening in the South/Southeast of the US). But for the cases where the city water supply is damaged, you can still have filtered water, which BTW is one of the greatest concerns in disasters and refugee camps.

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      7 years ago from Sunny Florida

      This was a very interesting hub and I had never heard of this water before so the hub was informative for me. Thank you.

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      7 years ago from Milan

      Ok I appreciate what you are saying, and in some areas I agree you should filter really unfit water. Although if everyone filtered there water and drinks only pure ph neutral water for the rest of there lives in a few generations many people will be more easily affected by volatile organics and will be more susceptible to infection. The only way to build an immune system is to deal with small amounts of these harmful agents at a young age. I believe that to wean the human race off tap water would be catastrophic in the long run. There are Africans who live on water that comes no where close to this standard but survive, yes we should improve the standard of water in these places but to annihilate all that is harmful to us would be over the top. I don't want to criticize your well written hub I just don't want to many people to be convinced that we should follow this advice. Jemi


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