Full Moon Water

Why You Absolutely Need To Experience The Magic of Making Full Moon Water

Katalina Aster

Katalina is a writer, community builder, and changemaker. Her journalism background, coupled with a passion for creating global change, allows her to write articles on a variety of cutting edge topics related to health, spirituality, higher consciousness, and human connection. Since childhood, a sequence of events and new beliefs all came together to open a new path for her. This led her to learning about astrology, crystal healing, metaphysics, numerology, Tarot readings and new age philosophies. Using these philosophies and knowledge, Katalina hopes to inspire others to find their way to happiness, loving conscious relationships, and feeling more connected to the universe.

17 Responses

  1. Victoria says:

    Im really going to have to try this. Along with lavender lemonade..

  2. Gēna says:

    I was just talking about collecting rainwater so this article is on point

  3. Jennifer Theetge says:

    Put rose quartz in a jar, leave out under the moon, in the morning pour charged water into small perfume bottles along with a few drops of rose hip oil, some dried rose flowers (lovely facial toner) and give as gifts to your girlfriend, sister, mother…along with a note of gratitude

  4. J says:

    Due to how cold it is the water will freeze and break the glass what should I put it in plastic ?

    • Liam Heartman says:

      Hey J

      You will want to use Glass but keep the container and water inside near a Windowsill. The reason we recommend glass is because, as mentioned in the article: “glass is one of the purest materials to use as it contains no toxic chemicals like plastics.”

      Hope that helps!

      • Lore says:

        I did it in plastic. I didn’t know it was supposed to be glass.

        What can I do? Do I pour the water on the grass since it may have chemicals from the plastic

  5. Catalina says:

    Thanks gracias muy hermoso consejo

  6. Alyssa says:

    What do you do if the moon isn’t visible where you are?

    • Hello Alyssa.

      “You want the water to absorb as much of direct moonlight as possible. You can leave it out earlier in the day to gather sunlight and moonlight, or just leave it for the night.”
      If the Moon is not visible you can always leave it out during the day and the next evening as the Moon will be close to full for a few days before and after the Full Moon. 🙂
      Be sure to use a Glass Container with a Glass, Wood or Metal Lid. Do not use any plastic. Enjoy! 🙂

  7. Jodi says:

    I made my first jar of moon water on March 20, 2019. A full moon and spring equinox on the same day….so exciting! I put some crystals in the jar along with filtered water. I intend to drink the charged water. Do I leave the crystals in the jar or remove them before drinking the water?

    • Spirit Science says:

      We would normally recommend removing the stones before drinking the water so as not to accidentally swallow them! Either way it sound like you made some amazing infused water!

  8. Shauna says:

    What a fantastic article. I have made moon water once & used it to water my wilted plant that I had forgotten to water. It perked up within hours & shot up with growth within a couple. I was amazed. Plan on doing this again during the next full moon. I do have several small glass bottles & may purchase a couple larger ones. In the article it talks about taking a sip each day. Is ‘just a sip’ the recommended amount or can you drink more each day, providing you have plenty to spare?

    • Hello Shauna

      You could have a little more than a sip if you have plenty to spare however it’s best to continue to pace yourself so that you take your last sip in the next Full Moon and repeat the process, this way you can have your Full Moon water daily! 🙂

  9. Tammy says:

    I made moon water during the blue moon… Had it in a glass container and when I was done I put it in the door of the fridge… Please take note I stay in south Africa and its pretty warm here even in winter…. Everything else in my fridge door is perfectly fine but my moon water… Well it’s frozen solid….

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