WATER MOLECULES

Water is a network of hydrogen-bonded molecules.

Water is a network of hydrogen-bonded molecules. It can form numerous structures, depending on how the individual molecules bond together.The most recent scientific findings indicate that biological organisms prefer the six-sided (hexagonal) ring-structure, found naturally in snow water.
This Hexagonal Water forms a liquid crystalline lattice that is involved in cellular communication, intracellular water movement, enzyme function and many other metabolic processes.
The amount of Hexagonal Water in the body has been correlated with aging. It has also been found to form the initial layer of water surrounding healthy cells. On the other hand, unorganized water has been described surrounding diseased and abnormal cells.
As shown above, Hexagonal Water is composed of six individual molecules of water, held together by common hydrogen bonds. This unique water structure is capable of rapid penetration within the cells of the body. Most tap water and bottled water is composed of large water conglomerates which are too large to move freely into the cells. It must be re-structured within the body to penetrate the cells (a time-consuming and energy-consuming process).

For many years, Dr. Mu Shik Jhon has known that the regular consumption of Hexagonal Water could provide innumerable health benefits.

 

 

Measurement of Hexagonal Water Structures and Determination of Healthy Cells
One of the tools Dr. Mu Shik John used extensively in his research of hexagonal water is Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). NMR has the ability to measure molecular size and has been recently employed to determine the structure of the water inside the body.Dr. Jhon clearly demonstrates that the NMR spin lattice relaxation time of the protons in healthy cells is different from that of unhealthy cells.
The scientific consensus of those scientists familiar with cellular water structure and NMR is that the water environment surrounding unhealthy cells is less structured and thus able to move more freely than the water environment around healthy cells.
According to Dr. Jhon’s (and other researchers), hexagonal water forms a protective layer immediately around healthy proteins. This same type of protection does not exist around unhealthy proteins in the body.

 
What is Hexagonal Water?
Hexagonal Water

 

is a specific arrangement of individual water molecules where 6 H2O units consistently link to form a ring-like structure. This unique arrangement is the basis of a more complex crystalline network that is formed when numerous hexagonal units join together.All water contains a certain percentage of hexagonal units – some sources more than others. The percentage of hexagonal units appears to depend on a number of factors, including the energetic influences that water is exposed to. For example: chlorine, fluoride and many pollutants typically found in municipal water sources reduce the number of hexagonal units. Tap water typically has a very low percentage of hexagonal structures.

On the other hand, there are a number of places throughout the world where the water has a high concentration of hexagonal structures. Many of these places are known as “healing springs.” Others are known for producing inhabitants that live long and disease-free lives.

 

 

 

How do we know when water is hexagonally structured?
Nuclear Magnet Resonance (NMR) is one of very few methods that can verify molecular size. NMR analysis shows that ordinary tap water is composed of large molecular units (between 12 and 20 individual H2O units). These unorganized molecular conglomerations are not nearly as supportive of biological functions as Hexagonal Water is now being shown to be.

 

 

 

 


Hexagonal Water moves easily into the cellular environment

There is significant evidence that Hexagonal Water moves within biological organisms with greater ease. It appears to enhance nutrient absorption and the removal of metabolic wastes. (Many who consume Hexagonal Water report a cleansing reaction within days or weeks.) This may be due to the smaller size of the molecular unit and its ability to enter and exit the cellular environment with greater ease. It may also be due to the specific organization of the hexagonal network which appears to enhance cellular communication and to support other structures within biological organisms. For example: according to The Water Puzzle, Hexagonal Water is found surrounding healthy DNA, whereas unorganized water is found surrounding the DNA of diseased tissue. 
Hexagonal Water enhances metabolic efficiency
There is also evidence that Hexagonal Water activates enzymes to a greater degree than ordinary water – and that it enhances metabolic efficiency. 
The Water Puzzle
Dr. Jhon explains why Hexagonal Water is energetically more powerful and why it has the capacity to improve metabolic efficiency. According to his book, Hexagonal Water has the capacity to perform more work and to transfer a greater amount of energy within the body. 
Hexagonal Water decreases as we age
We know that the total amount of water within the human body decreases as we age, but it is also being shown that the amount of Hexagonal Water decreases as well. In one significant study conducted in Japan, Magnetic Resonance Imaging was used to show that the amount of structured water in the body is directly correlated with age. This same study presents evidence that biological molecules require structured water in order to perform their functions. According to the paper, when biological molecules are found in unstructured water, they are just compounds – they have a decreased ability to perform their intended functions.

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