Structuring water with your ARK® crystals
Your ARK crystal can be used to structure, charge, or bring coherence to the structure of water and other liquids, such as juices, wine, or even oils and creams.
How to Structure Water with an ARK Crystal
Simply pour your liquid into a container (preferably glass) and suspend the container, centered over the crystal with the orientation markings (triangles) pointing up, using blocks or some other common item that will safely elevate your container over the crystal on a flat, stable surface.
The liquid, whether water, oils, or wine, will start increasing in structure within 20 minutes of exposure to the ARK crystal, with full saturation within 48 hours, depending on the liquid and size of the container.
To learn more about our plant test results, check out the laboratory report.
Does the ARK Crystal Need To Be IN The Water?
No, immersion should be avoided.
Immersion is not required for structuring or charging water, and should be avoided as impurities such as iron in the water can cause oxidation on the magnets and result in staining the quartz.
Avoiding immersion means that you should not place your ARK crystal in the material you wish to structure. The coherent field emitted by the ARK crystal enables the user to place their crystal in proximity to the material. If you take your ARK crystal for a quick swim, or are caught in the rain wearing your ARK crystal, the quartz should be fine!
Unfortunately, it does not.
Technically when you boil water you create a physical change, as it rearranges molecules. Boiling water forces the water molecules away from each other as the liquid changes to vapor. This means that the coherence of the water created by the ARK crystal is no longer present.
ARK Crystal, LLC is NOT responsible for damage as a result of immersion.