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Scientific Background: ( Water )

Introduction

Water has the chemical formula H2O, which means that a single water molecule is composed of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. At room temperature water is a near colorless, tasteless, odorless liquid
Water does not exist as single molecules, but rather as clusters of molecules. Oxygen atoms are far heavier than hydrogen atoms, and thus the molecular shape is elliptical. Water molecules form clusters as shown below:

Water Clusters: There are opposing electrical charges on opposite ends of each water molecule, positive and negative charges create ionic bonds between molecules. The ionic bonds between each molecule are incredibly strong.
Cluster size can not be measured directly; however, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) test results are an indication of cluster size. The larger the wave length from NMR testing shows larger cluster size. The below shows the NMR results of different types of water:
Tap water................ 128Hz
Spring water............... 84Hz
Bionic water (the water found in the body)... 49.4Hz
Pi water................46.6Hz (See page)
 
 

Importance in Life

The human body is composed of approximately 70% water. There is no surprise in the fact that a person can live for up to seventy days without food, but will last just eight days without water. Next to the air we breathe, water is the second most important factor in our lives.
Water carries out the below mentioned functions in our bodies, in the order of which they are arranged:

1 Transportation of food and oxygen.
2 Maintaining body fluids (fluid replacement - dehydration prevention).
3 Flushing toxins from the body (cleansing the body cells).


The amount of water that is absorbed into our bodies directly affects the efficiency of these functions. Thus, the type of water you consume is equally important.
Due to the large cluster size in tap and spring water, you must drink between 25 and 30 liters so that your body can absorb just 1 liter. Since the cluster size of Pi water is much smaller, absorption rate is higher, and the essential functions in the human body are carried out more proficiently.
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