Mother Ganga, believed to be the personified water Lord Brahma used to wash Lord Sri Vishnus feet, is worshipped by all Hindus. When descending from heaven to Earth, Shiva held Ganga on His head, further sanctifying her waters. According to the sacred Vedas, Ganga water purifies anything and anyone that touches it. Our healing water is taken from the Holy Ganga river in India. The river Ganga (feminine) is worshipped by Hindus and personified as a goddess, who holds an important place in the Hindu religion. Hindu belief holds that bathing in the river on certain occasions causes the forgiveness of sins and helps attain salvation. Hindus also believe life is incomplete without bathing in the Ganga at least once in their lifetime. In most Hindu families, a vial of water from the Ganga is kept in every house. This is done because it is auspicious to have water of the Holy Ganga in the house. Many Hindus believe that the water from the Ganga can cleanse a personís soul of all past sins, and that it can also cure the ill. The ancient scriptures mention that the water of Ganges carries the blessings of Lord Vishnuís feet; hence Mother Ganges is also known as Vishnupadi, which means "Emanating from the Lotus feet of Supreme Lord Sri Vishnu." We recommend to add the Ganga water to your bath for healing and purifying purposes. Many healers just put it in a clear dish at their treatments room or it can be used for offering in "puja" (the sacred offering ritual of the Hinduism). Try and see!