If only we would understand the difference between organic and inorganic.
Organic means that something is bound by carbon atoms. When you cook something that is organic it apparently destroys the binding. Of course, when you have a conventional produce it means it has been introduced to something that was made by man such as pesticides and unnatural forms of radiation.
My argument in all of this is that you don't need organic minerals in water; you just need the energetic effects the water being exposed to the elements such as sunlight and minerals. I suspect minerals have frequencies. I believe everything has frequencies that are detrimental or helpful to the body.
As with all debates, some people have their mind made up no matter what, which means it really isn't a debate but an argument.
How true and that is what I was thinking while I was reading all the info in this water debate. I sometimes have to remind myself that we are all just students and very few people, if any, can really consider themselves masters in these fields. When you consider yourself as a know it all about something, it seems to inhibit the learning curve. Some may also find humility if they learn a new paradigm.