I found World Living Water Systems through a Google search after having read two of Viktor Schauberger’s books. I highly recommend viewing the YouTube documentary of Schauberger’s theory “Comprehend and Copy Nature,” upon which the World Living Water Systems are based. I purchased a whole-house model as well as a Shower of Life attachment and filter attachment. It is a pity that more people do not know of these vortex treatment pipes because they are one-time, even once-in-a-lifetime purchases, which require no maintenance or replacement parts, and given this fact, are more than reasonably priced.
I replaced a cumbersome, multi-unit/stage, $5,000.00 treatment system (softener, whole-house filtration, reverse osmosis drinking water) with these simple vortex pipes, which comparatively are far more effective and transformative in treating municipal water. My only other accessory is a simple, single-cartridge, counter-top drinking water filter for extra potable protection. Among my first observations of the vortex-treated water is its wetness, which seems an odd statement, but “dead” water dries/evaporates fast.
This vortex-treated water is very emulative of dew in the way that it clings to petals, plant leaves, and skin — it is indeed hydrating from without as well as within. It is crystal clear, like stream water in sunlight, and in a broad container the vortex water exhibits visible wave patterns. Perhaps most amazing to me, because I live in a city with notoriously hard water, is that the vortex-treated water is actually softer than my previous water-softener treated water and without the “slimy” effect on hair and skin or the negative impact on the environment. My hair, skin, laundry, floors, and dishware have all improved after being washed in this vortex water, which cleans thoroughly with very little necessity for soap/cleaning products.
The taste of the vortex water is uniquely sweet and refreshing, and I notice very little, if any difference between the straight vortex water and the vortex water passed through my counter-top filter. It is also true that the vortex water does not slosh in the stomach (there is a YouTube video about this) or effect a bloated or nauseous feeling after it is drunk (reasons why people do not drink enough water, I think). Also interesting, the vortex water retains a cool temperature, without ice, even outdoors in extreme summer heat. I anticipate countless other observations and benefits from drinking/using this water over time, the consequence of a wise investment in the future, my own and the environment’s.
Mary Jo M.
Las Vegas, NV