A healing water known since the Celts

Incorporated at 10% in the heart of our fragrances, this precious water is known for its beneficial properties.

A harmonizing and energizing water

Once upon a time, in the heart of the hamlet of Breuzy located in the commune of Montcresson in Loiret, there was a marvelous spring.

The source of Aimée, also called the fountain of Saint Genulphe, has been known since the Celts for its healing properties. This unique place was in the 11th century a very active Benedictine priory and annexed to a wheat mill.
This source was Christianized by Saint Genulphe, bishop of Cahors in the 5th century.

It subsequently became, in the 19th and 20th centuries, a high place of pilgrimage for thousands of men and women who came to bathe there at the summer solstice on Saint John.

I decided to incorporate this harmonizing water into perfume bottles, so that all men and women can benefit from its healing vibration.

vibrant water

Powerful, the measurement of the vibratory rate of Saint Genulphe water using a pendulum shows a clear difference with 150,000 BU against only 10,000 BU for tap water.

sensitive crystallization

According to Rudolf Steiner, nature incorporates "forces" that would give it shaping power. The presence of these "forces" would be expressed by the ability of substances to organize the crystallization of copper chloride from a solution. This method is widely used by biodynamic wine producers to assess the quality of wine.

In cosmetics, the first to have tested their magnificent products from the hive using this method are Ballot Flurin

For perfumes, Paysan Parfumeur was the first to test its perfumes and measure their quality using this method.

For our part, it seemed interesting to us to measure the life forces of our spring water and compare it to tap water.

Substantial crystallization is a simple crystallization, under the effect of heat the mixture evaporates and once in contact with the surface the molecules will condense and form crystals.
It is these crystal formations specific to each product that we will analyze below.

  • Saint Genulphe spring water

  • Tap water

These 2 waters can be distinguished from 3 elements:

– The crystallogram of Saint Genulphe water shows a very visible median field (outer blue circle) whereas the median field of tap water is more blurred and less regular. This shows that the water of Saint Genulphe has a better organizational capacity, it therefore makes it possible to amplify and
stimulate the absorbency of substances

– The vacuoles, center of the crystallization edges are another important point in the analysis of the crystallograms. Saint's water vacuoles
Genulphe are more round and symmetrical compared to tap water which has open, distorted and asymmetrical vacuoles

– The last element of analysis is the texture of the crystallogram. Saint Genulphe water has a good balance between structure and texture, its texture is more homogeneous than that of tap water. This one has a poor and less dense tissue.

These 3 elements show that the spring water of Saint Genulphe is more structured, rich and harmonious.