Oct 19
2015

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GemWater with VitaJuwel

My fascination with rocks and crystals began in my rural Georgia backyard. As a young child, it served as a vast and magical land where Native American tribes had once lived. I loved spending many summer afternoons digging into the earth and if I was lucky finding very old carved crystal arrowheads. My best friend, Lisa and I spent school recess time “looking for rocks”. We would find and compare our rocks, clean and treasure them. There was magic in those rocks!

I’ve discovered a new a way to blend my passion for gemstones and crystals with the healthy habit of staying hydrated! I recently attended a Reiki training with the renowned, Linda Bertaut, to bring another level of healing to my facial clients.  She prepared “GemStone Mojitos” for our class. I’ve never been one to turn down a mojito, believe me and although these had no alcohol, they most definitely were full of creativity, vitality and life and the colorful glass pitcher was intoxicatingly beautiful to behold on the dining room table.  She expertly combined fresh sliced fruits, mint and of course big beautiful gemstones – this delicious elixir made me thirsty for more….

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I had the pleasure to meet with Jan Eisen, of VitaJuwel recently. He graciously invited me to his U.S. headquarters to do a GemWater tasting. VitaJuwel has been in the U.S. a couple of years and is a family owned and created company that makes handcrafted, elegant and the most insanely gorgeous gemstone water vials and accoutrements you will ever find – they are serious about their artisan-craft and have the patents to prove it.

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Jan and I did a tasting with several different gemstone blends and I noticed the subtle way the gemstone infused waters tasted different – softer, smoother, and even sweeter depending on the blend. Jan is so full of knowledge and passion for this subject, that I could have talked to him for hours and we did. He educated me on the ancient tradition of vitalizing water with the usage of gems. In ancient times Greek doctors cured ailments with gemstones and minerals. German scientists have proven that water becomes more alkaline and the oxygen content increases with VitaJuwel gem vials. The regular drinking water reaches a quality level otherwise only found in natural spring water when the gemstone vials are used. VitaJuwel only uses fairly-traded, conflict-free gems and lead-free Bohemian glass designed by glass artists in the European Union. VitaJuwel makes making gem water a snap and very efficient. Jan’s family creates all of their products and they are tested on their friends around the globe. They have combined their passion and creativity with true German ingenuity.

Water is the essence of life and arguably you might even say the fountain of youth. We are made of 65% water and it’s essential for life. Dr. Masaru Emoto, who sadly recently passed away, was the Scientist and author of the New York Times bestseller, “The Hidden Messages in Water”. Dr. Emoto’s research not only revealed that water has memory but that it can be improved by external influences such as gems. In microscopic photos you can see how the water crystals are positively influenced by the gems. This revolutionary research is what inspired VitaJuwel to create the gem vials. This amazing doctor and scientist also partnered with VitaJuwel to create a set of 3 exclusive gem vials – “EmotoCrystals” which are now available to the public and a portion of sales goes to Dr. Emoto’s foundation “Emoto Peace Project”. I’m very honored to have the Carnelian – Halite salt vial! Carnelian was called the “Stone of Life” in ancient Egypt and Halite “Salt of Kings. There are several different vials and you can even customize your own.

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Numerous spa owners use the gem water blends as an essential part of their beauty treatments as they know SPA (Sanus Per Aquam) means “Health through water” You can find VitaJuwel at many exclusive and high-end resort and day spas throughout the world.

There’s even a VitaJuwel Vino product that sommeliers are using to rediscover the ancient tradition of using amethysts which makes for a smoother wine. I’m hooked on this one and enjoy the looks and questions I get when I take this to my local wine bars.

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Saving the environment one “Via” at a time. VitaJuwel has recently created a new portable water bottle called the Via. This lead-free glass bottle has two openings with an exchangeable “gem pod” where the gems are enclosed. It’s suitable for cold and hot liquids (love this for my tea!) and available in 17 different blends. Did you know that 1,500 plastic bottles are used per second in the U.S.?  80% of them are not recycled and they are made of petroleum. I would rather go thirsty than drink from a petroleum based plastic water for the simple fact that I don’t like the taste and you don’t know if that bottle may have been in the sun or a hot truck as it was shipped and what chemicals have made their way into the water as they leach from the heated plastic.  Using a refillable glass bottle like the Via is a great way to make a small contribution to save the environment, not to mention your health and look good doing it! Jewelry for your water! Who would have thought?!?!!?

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There is so much more to VitaJuwel than I can share in this space.  If you want to learn more and see their vast array of artisanal creations please go to www.vitajuwel.com 

For a limited time (until Oct 31, 2015) you can get 7% off your order and free shipping by mentioning “VitaPearl”

 

 

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