Located in Saskatchewan and known for it’s high salinity and resulting buoyancy Lake Manitou has the density ten times that of regular water, persons who enter the float on top. It is one of only three bodies of water in the world with such properties. Named after the spirit Manitou it is known to have healing properties. The earliest known practice of using this water to heal was when some Assiniboine people afflicted with smallpox were supposedly cured after drinking and submerging themselves in the water.
Spray on skin to receive it’s healing benefits or use to cleanse, consecrate, and purify yourself and ritual space.
Shake before use, 120 ml.
Ingredients: Filtered Lake Manitou Water DO NOT DRINK
Little Manitou Lake is a small saltwater lake about 120 kilometres south-east of Saskatoon, Canada. The lake was formed by receding glaciers during the most recent ice age. It is fed by underground springs, and has a mineral content high in sodium, magnesium and potassium salts due to it being a terminal lake. The salt content of the water (180 g/L) gives it a salinity about half of that of the Dead Sea (300-400 ppt), allowing bathers to float easily. There is no fishing, because the high salt content of the water supports little other than brine shrimp.