This is exactly what it says it is, water influenced by the moon. Don’t get it twisted, it is not water fetched from the moon rather it is water left outside when the moon is at its peak.
We all know ‘posh’ for her bizarre beauty treatments. First, it was the sheep placenta facials and spoonfuls of vinegar for breakfast, all in the name of beauty.
The first time I heard of moon water i thought it was a product but apparently, Victoria Beckham’s latest health kick is just ordinary bottled water that has been left outside at night so it can be ‘charged with lunar energies’.
What’s more, it has been popular for decades among ‘witches’ who say it boosts their psychic powers. But their devotion may prove a little wide-eyed – as it can easily be made at home using nothing more magical than a splash of tap water.
The mother of four shared an online video of herself swigging from a bottle at a spa in Germany.
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Loved staying at @lanserhof. Thank u @healingholidays and everyone who sent me their top tips on staying balanced. Seems I need to be listening to true crime podcasts and having a glass of wine every now and then 🤔 And if all else fails, keep wearing some good shoes. @davidbeckham you’re just jealous you didn’t come 😂 x VB
The former Spice Girl, 45, told fans on Instagram it was made by being placed outdoors overnight in a glass bowl beneath a full moon. She said: ‘So I am here at Lanserhof in Germany, and they’ve just given me this water, which is a special water. It is collected locally, here in Munich, but only on a full moon.
‘Apparently this is very healthy water, an incredible water and great for the skin. Where am I going to get this when I leave Germany?’
To make Moon Water at home:
Take spring or purified water and put it outside under a full moon. If you don’t have any, tap water is just as good. It must be in a glass container, fully exposed to the elements. Leave it overnight then drink it straight away or store for other uses such as watering plants.
The word moon comes from the Latin ‘luna’, which gave birth to the term ‘lunatic’. It was previously believed madness was induced by the moon’s cycles.