How to make Structured Water

Are you wondering how to make structured water? As mentioned on the previous page, the process of generating structured water involves the use of vortexes which have been designed for this purpose. What is a vortex? A vortex is just a scientific way to describe a circular, fast-twirling motion of the water - the best way to picture one is to recall taking a bath when you were a child. 

When the water was flowing down the drain after you’d finished, towards the end when the water level was low, you likely saw a small, round whirlpool of swirling water above the drain. When asking how to make structured water, the process is much the same, as the water is swirled quickly in a similar type of vortex (sometimes two vortexes rotating in opposite direction simultaneously are used). How does this create structured water?

It begins to break down the water somewhat into its constituent parts, of hydrogen and oxygen. It also removes the memory of the water, in which the energetic and structural signature of substances the water has been in contact with are removed. While this may sound like science fiction, some fascinating research has been conducted regarding this question. Dr. Jacques Benveniste found that when a substance was dissolved in water, even if the resulting solution was diluted until the original substance was no longer present, the water did not revert back to its previous form. Even more fascinating, just the spectrum of sound frequency of a specific substance could be recorded and then that sound played into water that had never been in contact with the substance. The result? The water will act as though the substance was present (1).

Now that you’ve learned how to make structured water, keep reading to explore hexagonal water and why it’s important.



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