Constant convection and spiralling movement found in egg-shaped containers keep liquids fresh, cool and healthy. Store water, wine, juice, milk, oil or other liquids and reducing disease-causing bacteria.
What does a Water Egg do?
We have learnt from Viktor Schauberger’s writings that it is very important to store liquids in opaque egg-shaped containers.
Because there are no corners and crevices, there is no stagnation and disease-causing bacteria are much less likely to breed.
Constant convection and spiralling movement keep liquids fresh, cool and healthy.
The Ancients knew of this and used amphorae and egg-shaped urns as storage vessels made from natural materials that kept the liquids away from sunlight.
What is a Water Egg?
The Water Egg™ (28 cm length x 19 cm greatest diameter) is beautifully handcrafted from ceramic clay, glazed on the inside, and comes complete with tap, stand and lid. The Water Egg is handmade by a local potter and will therefore have certain irregularities.
It will store nearly one gallon (4.3 l) of liquid.
No electrical power supply is required.
Energising the liquid in the Water Egg
A harmoniser is set in beeswax within the lid and ensures that whatever you store in it becomes energised.
What can you store in the Water Egg?
Use the Water Egg for storing water, wine, juice, milk, oil or whatever you can think of.