What is Structured Water?

Why is structured water so important and what can science tell us about the difference structure vs chaos has? Well let’s find out.

  • Science shows us the link between the loss of Hexagonal Water (loss of structure) and aging.
  • Recent science is showing a correlation between the age-related loss of water and a corresponding loss of Hexagonal Water within the body.
  • NuclearMagnetic Resonance, ”NMR” technology has documented this age-related reduction in hexagonally-structured water, showing that newborn babies have almost 100% Hexagonal Water in their bodies. By age 36, the average drops to only 56% and by the age of 58, Hexagonal Water in the body can be as low as 23%.
  • So, if as we age we could keep an increased percentage of hexagonal water in our body we should be able to help reduce the effect of aging on our body. This can lead to living a healthier, happier and overall longer life. Just by changing the water you drink.
Structured Water Surface Tension

Water is more than merely H2O, more than the sum of chemical properties. It possesses special characteristics primarily from its special inner structure.

Thus, it resembles strong elements such as carbon which can appear both as hard diamond and as soft graphite. The same element exhibits different densities because of the various structures.

“Structures change properties vastly more easily and dramatically than chemistry changes them.”

Dr. Rustum Roy

For water, these inner structures determine which microbiological properties the water possesses and how stable it is. Straight out of its source, water is the unadulterated elixir of life. Natural and pure, full of energy and freshness. On its long way to us, however, it loses much of its vitality. It is pressed through long pipe lines and is exposed to perpetual stress, pressure and environmental influences.

The consequence of this is that the natural structure of water changes. Water prefers to spin freely like a child at play rather than being constrained by long straight pipes.