EM Ceramic stands for "Effective Micro-organisms". Ceramic EM is a mixture of useful and beneficial microorganisms, found in nature and which are not manipulated.
Special features of the pink pearls:
They add to the effect of grey pearls a mechanical filtration by adsorption like binchotan.
Cooked at "low temperature" (800° to 900°C), they have a rougher surface than grey pearls, which gives them the capacity to retain (by adsorption) harmful substances contained in the water such as chlorine, in the manner of a binchotan-type activated carbon.
Because of this mechanical filtration, they have a more limited shelf life. The shelf life of EM ceramic pink pearls is approximately 6 to 8 months. They can then be crushed and mixed with compost.
1st use: First soak the beads overnight in water before using them in a carafe. You can water your plants with that water, if you want, or simply discard it.
Definition of EM.
EM ceramic consists of clay to which effective micro-organisms have been added through an airless (anaerobic) firing process.
As a result, multiple characteristics and information about the effective microorganisms can be saved. (Remember in this context the generally known microorganisms in the magma of volcanoes or those in the hot water of geysers)
One thing we can be sure of - the various bacteria in EM are not harmful to humans. Indeed, all "aerobic" microorganisms can be destroyed within an hour at a temperature of 60°C. Such bacteria are not found in EM.
Properties of EM ceramics.
According to Prof. Dr. Terua Higa, EM-ceramics have the unique property of being able to remove all harmful information from the water. Ceramics have the natural ability to cause ion exchange and long-wave infrared radiation. - This erases the information transmitted by the water molecules and restores the original clean state.
EM has an extraordinary antioxidant power, the product not only has the capacity to avoid oxidation, but it can also cancel an already existing oxidation. At the same time, it restores the initial magnetic resonance of substances. In fact, it has a regenerative power. EM-ceramic can thus bring the vital functions and all substances to a successive regeneration.
EM-ceramic is a medium for the diffusion of EM information contained in the fired clay, which can then be transferred to the water. The firing process does not affect the information power. It follows that the magnetic resonance from EM ceramics can only be beneficial to nature.
What happens to the EM information when the clay is fired?
Professor Teruo Higa explains the transmission of information as follows.
Clay is an electronically charged colloid, which, if its electrical properties are concentrated, can double the information power of microorganisms. The theory that all life originates in clay can be reduced to the fact that clay has the property to assimilate, fix and bind various electrical information. As a result, EM-ceramics can serve as a template for EM information. When clay and water are related, it becomes possible to extract EM information from this pattern.