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Hagalis crystal analysis

Andreas Schulz
Andreas Schulz

* 1965, Studied philosophy and Spanish in Tübingen, studied medicine and natural healing. Intensive research into medication and medication production, training as healing, own healing practice. Set-up of a research lab for medications and new production methods. Development of crystal analysis as an innovative diagnostic method and quality analysis technique, for water quality, among other things, foundation of a medication and lab company. Joint foundation of a research lab for crystal analysis in the USA. 2000 foundation of Hagalis AG, laboratory for quality analysis in the field of food, water and objects of everyday consumption.

http://www.hagalis.de/

The aim

The innovative crystal analysis method was used to compare various water samples and reach conclusions about the quality of the life forces in the samples.

The test

This specialist method can be used to analyse all substances, e.g. water or blood, without adding chemicals or solvents. The crystal images are obtained in several stages, can be reproduced at any time from the same sample and are then analysed visually. Factors like shape, edge structures, dark fields and crystal size are taken into consideration. A star-shaped or hexagonal structure indicates the best possible water quality. The simple display of crystal structures means that the quality levels of structures are easy to recognise, even for laypeople.

The individual stages

  1. Distillation of the sample at low temperatures without adding water or other solvents.
  2. Extraction of the crystal salt from the distillation residue by means of ignition and calcination.
  3. Combining the distillate and crystal salts and then putting them on a microscope slide.
  4. Development of the crystal images

Here you can see a comparison between untreated water and water harmonised using memon:

The result

Neutral sample - Überlingen tap watermemon® harmonises water sample





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