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Another Demo of Knutric Lighting a Lamp

I previously upload a video from the Spanish Knutric health drink infomercial that showed it being used to light up a lamp. Here is a longer version of that same kind of demo:

I am not an electrical engineer nor a chemist, so I am honestly not sure if such a thing they are showing is even possible. Can an electrical plug be dipped in to a liquid that would cause a light bulb to light up?

Whether it is scientifically possible or not, it sure doesn’t make me want to start swallowing Knutric. Gasoline is a liquid that gives automobiles lots of “energy” but I’m not about to start treating a gas pump as some kind of a keg!

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  • 6 Responses to “Another Demo of Knutric Lighting a Lamp”

  • They really make that K-Nutric health drink look delicious.

    Comment by David on May 28, 2008 at 1:29 pm

  • It looks to me like 1/2 the circuit to the lamp is already in place (connected to a power source). All she’s doing is completing the circuit.

    Ordinary water doesn’t have sufficient conductivity to complete the circuit. But it’s possible to add things to water to make it more conductive. Seawater, for example, is quite a bit more conductive than potable water.

    Nothing more than a parlor trick.

    Comment by Ryan on June 7, 2008 at 6:21 pm

  • Exactly right. She says this in her description, but clearly she is speaking Spanish. She says (0:27-0:43):

    Bien. Este es una lampara. Esta conectada a la corriente, pero no prende. Por que? Porque le falta la energia necesaria. Si nosotros ponemos aqui esto, podemos ver que prende eso porque ya le dimos el circuito, cerramos el circuito para la energia.

    translated:
    Okay. This is a lamp. It is connected to the current, but it doesn’t turn on. Why? Because it lacks the necessary energy. If we put this here, we can see that it turns on because we [just] gave it the circuit, we closed the circuit for the energy.

    She then says about K-Nutric (1:08-1:14)

    …con veinte plantas y seis minerales–cinco de ellos alcalinizantes, y uno de ellos acido…

    translated:
    …with 20 plants and six minerals, five of them alkaline, and one of them acid…

    So you’re right. She closes the circuit because the contents of the formula she’s selling can conduct electricity, and it lights.
    I’ll spare the exact Spanish, but at ( )she basically says that you get sick because there is no conduction from you’re brain to a particular ailing organ. But that would mean you’re dead, not ill.

    Great site. Love the reviews. The most fun I’ve had in a long time online.

    Comment by Nils Barton on March 1, 2009 at 6:00 pm

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    Comment by Nils Barton on March 1, 2009 at 6:04 pm

  • you are right mr barton she explain from the beginig is conected to the power and simple water dont light up why I dont know I was sure the light , it will be on but dont , now she add the k nutric on top off the water and light up now our body is conected to the brain with electric signals with have electricity , and conductivity necessary sorry my bad writing

    Comment by jose on December 23, 2009 at 7:34 am

  • people drink all kind of drinks vodka wiskey beer tequila and all that really bad for our organs but you drink wherever you want .

    Comment by jose on December 23, 2009 at 7:41 am

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