The Science of Structured Water
If water can retain the memory of the pollutants and that memory can survive filtration and chlorine treatment, what information are we giving our body’s cells?
In 1991 Physicist Dr. Wolfgang Ludwig documented that water has memory and can store frequencies and transfer coherent information to living organisms (Environmental Medicine, Edited by Trevin & Taalkenhammer, 1991).
Rustum Roy (International Academy of Sciences, Professor at Pennsylvania State University) reported that “modern instruments have made it possible to record the fact that within each of water’s memory cells there are 440,000 information panels, each of which is responsible for its own type of interaction with the environment.” In the polluted environment, rainwater falling through the air is mixed with harmful gases and environmental pollutants. Most water purification methods fail to erase the memory or imprint of these toxins in water and restore water’s dynamic crystalline resonances.
Dr. Gerald Pollack, University of Washington professor of bioengineering, has developed a theory of water that has been called revolutionary. Dr. Pollack discovered a new phase of water he calls the fourth phase of water. Bulk Water is H2O but this new phase of water, the exclusion zone structured water, is H3O2. It’s a newly discovered phase of water. If you count the number of hydrogen’s and oxygen’s, you find out it’s not H2O. The reason this fourth phase of water is called the exclusion zone or EZ is because the first thing Dr. Pollack’s team discovered is that it profoundly excludes things. Even small molecules are excluded from structured water. Surprisingly, structured water appears in great abundance, including inside most of your cells. Even your extracellular tissues are filled with this kind of water.
Researchers are also finding that cells absorb structured water better than unstructured water. A person drinking unstructured water can still be dehydrated because the water molecules that have not been structured are much too big for cell absorption. Peter C. Agre, a 2003 Nobel Prize winning biologist, discovered that hydration is linked to the aquaporin channel in a cell, which can only receive one water molecule at a time. The Natural Action Structured Water Unit has the ability to break water clusters down to one molecule, allowing for better hydration for humans, animals and plants. Structuring creates molecule clusters of 5 – 20 instead of the 100s of thousands found in unstructured water. The smaller number make it easy for the water to align itself into the single file needed to enter the cell – that’s why hydration is increased using structured water.