During 1992, a colleague of Dr. Isabel Bellamy, who was a farmer on the Darling Downs in Queensland was experiencing problems of high levels of arsenic in the entire underground water aquifer on their large acreage farm.
Arsenic was also found in high levels in the creek which ran through her property, and affected the drinking water for both humans and animals.
She was advised to take a trial with Agnihotra Ash and also to perform daily sunrise/sunset Agnihotra Fires for a period of two months.
She began with daily Agnihotra and each week for two months added one half a jam-jar of Agnihotra Ash to the source of the creek, ONCE IN A WEEK.
At the beginning of the experiment, pollution level registered at the worst possible condition when tested with radionics.
Each week, the water subsequently grew more and more pure.
At the end of the two month trial period, pollution level was registering total purity.