SLACKSTONE II (2 ampoules, or 80 glasses of Dialytic Water)


Using the laws of physics as a basis, the SLACKSTONE II bulb works by changing the positioning of the H-O-H atoms in the water molecule; which increases the dissolution capacity that water has in its natural state. The water thus modified, which has been called Dialytic Water, acquires the capacity to dissolve the crystalline bodies which are found deposited in the organism. This effect is obtained with the various salts contained in an ampoule of SLACKSTONE II, given that it releases, when it comes into contact with water, a low power energy which operates the transformation of running water into Dialytic Water.