A lot of people are of the opinion that water is water is water.
David Suzuki was recently quoted as saying bottled water was toast.
So what’s the deal with water?
Water is H2O, hydrogen and oxygen, but there is something about the hydrogen and the oxygen which is not commonly acknowledged and seemingly misunderstood.
Not all water is equal regardless of purity, as the energy of water differs depending on the size of the water molecules. The smaller the molecules the higher the energy potential of the water, in relation to the ratio of energy per unit of mass where the smaller mass has the higher ratio of energy per unit of mass.
Also, the more uniform is the relationship of the water to the host environment the better, as non-uniform distortions can and will affect the quality of the water in relation to its ability to maintain a uniform continuance of form and function associated with any life process.
Many are skeptical of such claims as it is commonly accepted that more is better, whereby more water should provide more energy. However this is a very generalized concept regarding the relationship of energy and mass, regardless of the material in question.
It is not generally accepted that the ratio of energy to mass is dependent on the ratio of energy per unit of mass where the ratio of energy per unit of mass changes in relation to an increase or decrease in mass.
If there was no difference in the ratio of energy per unit of mass it would be impossible to increase or enhance the energy of water and its subsequent effects on the processes of life.
High energy water, having a higher ratio of energy per unit of mass, affects an increase in cellular health in relation to the various forms and functions involved.
Even temperature affects the ratio of energy per unit of mass, where cold water has a higher ratio of energy per unit of mass and warm or hot water has a lower ratio of energy per unit of mass.
A reduction in the size of water molecules affects a corresponding decrease in temperature and an increase in the ratio of energy per unit of mass.
Understanding of course that what I am referring to as energy is the underlying energy affecting both the form and function of physical structure. This underlying energy I refer to as non-linear time field frequency acceleration. Some might think of it as aether energy, zero point energy etc.
Water is not simply water, as there are various states of water in terms of the ratio of energy affecting the form and function of the water itself. The higher the ratio of energy associated with the water the more effective is the water in maintaining and or providing beneficial effects.
Consequently there are health benefits to energized water, despite an inadequate understanding of the dynamics involved.