The Fountain of Youth? Not as Far-Fetched as You Think it is!

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Have you ever wondered what started the search for the “Fountain of Youth”? There are lots and lots of “healthy” things that could have been sought out to slow the aging process.  Why water?

History has proven that legends usually have a glimmer of truth behind them.  The search for the “Fountain of Youth” isn’t nearly as far-fetched as you might think it is.  After all, water is the most important nutrient for the human body.  It only makes sense that somewhere, someone experienced health benefits just by drinking water from a “Fountain of Youth”.

Tales about the “Fountain of Youth” have been recorded across the world for thousands of years.  In 1513 Ponce de León discovered Florida while in search of the  Fountain of Youth, “a mysterious water source capable of reversing the aging process and curing sickness”.

During the 16th century Bimini was rumored to have water with “restorative powers”.  The health and longevity of the Caribbean people during that time served as confirmation of the “Fountain of Youth” rumors.

In 1767 Jackson Spa in Boston was selling “medicinal water” (aka water from the Fountain of Youth) for $1.75 a pint!  It is reported that people traveled far and wide to purchase this medicinal water.

The Hunza Valley tribe has been studied by experts for the past 6 decades because of their amazing longevity, lack of disease and exceptional I.Q.’s.  Although a stress-free lifestyle and a natural diet can’t be overlooked, scientists have concluded that their water source is nothing short of a “Fountain of Youth” and that a lifetime  of this water can be credited for their  health and longevity.

You can find a Fountain of Youth in a few places in the world today.  Millions of people each year flock to Lourdes, France and Tlacote, Mexico to drink water with  healing properties.  Test results have proven that these waters can be considered “water with life” and they positively have “healing properties” due to the active hydrogen naturally present in these waters.

If you’ve got all of the time and money in the world I guess you can set out across the globe  in search of THE Fountain of Youth.  That plan sure doesn’t work for me!   I have my own Fountain of Youth in my home and I can produce an endless supply of water from it 24/7 for my family and friends.  Too bad Ponce de León isn’t around to see this!

My water is produced by a high-tech device that restructures my tap water to MIRROR the healing waters found naturally in just a few places int he world today.  The health benefits to me and my family have nothing short of miraculous and the long term benefits are immeasurable.  Purchasing a device that takes my source water “back to origin” has been the best investment I’ve ever made for my family.  For the price of one roundtrip ticket to Lourdes, France or Tlacote, Mexico I’ve got a solution that will last for decades!

There are already 30 million people drinking my water from a “Fountain of Youth” water device.  Would you like to have access to an endless supply of water from the Fountain of Youth for  you and your family?   If you answer “no”, then you’re overlooking the obvious.  If you answer “yes” then you need to ask me how so that you can begin reversing your aging process just like me!

Bottoms-up, Boomers!

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ONE DROP AT A TIME!

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