What causes an E.coli Infection?
I was fortunate to spend a full weekend with my family and friends celebrating my dad’s 74th birthday. As I looked around I felt an extreme sense of pride for my family. I’ve spent the last 10 years educating my loved ones about the importance of water and the possible effects caused by contamination of our waterways. Do they really get it? Do they understand the benefits of pure water? How about you…can you wrap your head around it?
What causes an E.coli infection?
You get an E.coli infection by coming into contact with the feces, or stool, of humans or animals. This can happen when you drink WATER or eat food that has been contaminated by feces. Microbes in these wastes can cause short term effects, such as diarrhea, cramps, nausea, headaches, or other symptoms. They may pose a special health risk for infants, young children, and people with severely compromised immune systems. At Mica Pure Water, our Adya mineral solution was found was found to kill four types of bacteria commonly present in water: Escherichia coli, Enterobacter cloacae, Proteus mirablis and Pseudomonas aeuginosa.
Numerous tests performed by EPA-certified laboratory Envirotek Laboratories provide irrefutable evidence of Adya’s efficacy in reducing toxic substances in water. The Adya mineral extraction and water purification processes are protected under U.S. patent 4,776,963. See our lab report on E.coli here under the antibacterial test.
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The Adya Story
In 1968, a prominent Japanese scientist, Dr. Asao Shimanishi was admiring a picturesque landscape on an island in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Japan, when he noticed a beautiful tree growing out of a boulder. Dr. Shimanishi was mystified by how the tree was able to receive nutrients and sustain its life with nothing surrounding it but rock.
He decided to study the tree and found that its hair-like roots (like our capillaries) had a natural ability to extract minerals from the boulder. He also discovered that the boulder consisted of biotite – a powerful combination of earth’s naturally occurring minerals – embedded in granite.
After two decades of researching biotite, Dr. Shimanishi discovered many benefits of this remarkable mineral – most notably, its unique ability to bind to contaminants like lead, mercury, arsenic, e-coli and other harmful substances found in many drinking water sources, and render them inert or harmless.
Dr. Shimanishi created a patented process (U.S. patent 4,776,963) to extract the minerals from biotite for water purification. Eventually he became the leading authority on the treatment and cleaning of water in Japan. His extraordinary discovery has led to widely used advancements in the treatment of raw sewage and waste water for use in agriculture, horticulture and aquatics.
Since 2004, Adya and the Shimanishi Kaken Company have worked together toward a common goal of spreading awareness and availability of these amazing minerals throughout the world.
Let’s make a difference today!
“Nature knows best, so don’t second guess”.
Here’s to Health, Happiness, Love and Gratitude!
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P.S. Do you crave Potato Chips? Check out this amazing recipe for Kale Chips!
Rinse Kale with your Adya Water, dry and tear Kale into bite size pieces. Remove the stems. Fill a gallon size baggie with Kale and drizzle a small amount of olive oil, enough to cover the leaves and mix with your hands. Spread the Kale on a baking dish without overlapping and shake some Sea Salt to cover the leaves. Bake at 300 for about 20-30 minutes…until crispy! Crunchy, salty..yum!
P.P.S. What about Fluoride? If it attacks your Bones, Organs and Brain…why are they forcing us to drink it? Read about it here.