Can the black silica to be used in the water purification ?

Can the black silica to be used in the water purification ?

The academic name of black silica is graphite, silica, which is an ore with high-performance natural energy. Compared with coal and ceramics that do not radiate far infrared rays without heating to about one hundred degrees Celsius, black silica has a normal temperature before and after heating to forty degrees Celsius, and far infrared rays can be radiated to 98%. Far infrared rays are an integral part of the sun's rays, and humans, animals and plants also have micro-radiation.

The far-infrared rays in the black silica have a special effect of "producing light" which activates the plant and animal cells to emit a strong skill at a lower temperature. A substance that absorbs far infrared rays enhances vibrational energy (the force that causes cellular molecules to oscillate). This is called vibration excitation. The vibrational excitation force acts to oscillate the molecules that are attached to the tiny world, and the molecular clusters are scattered and scattered. A typical example of this vibration excitation is that the water group (atomic molecular stable binding state) becomes small. This is also the reason why the water molecules become fine and form an easily absorbable state.

In the blood, the effect of vibration excitation is to separate the blood cells to which proteins, sugars, and fats are attached, and to improve blood flow. The cells are activated by the vibration of far-infrared rays to improve their activation, and the body feels warm changes from the inside. If the blood cells in the blood do not adhere to other substances in one state, it can promote the excretion of waste in the body.

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