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What is Hydrogen Rich Structured Water?

Natural water molecules are attracted or loosely attached to each other through hydrogen bonding. In normal or natural water this attraction makes water cluster together in large assemblies of water. These water clusters have size and shape; both size and shape can affect biological structure and functions organisms. The water molecule made up of two hydrogen and one oxygen atoms is what most of us think of as natural or organic water. These molecules appear to be very gregarious. They like to get together and are seldom found alone. They will cluster in groups of from 5 molecules to over 600 molecules. These groups are not static. Water molecules will switch from one group to another very easily and do so often.

Active Hydrogen bonds are being made and broken several times a nanosecond. This creates the unimaginably dynamic energy environment of water. It is the size and shape of these clusters of molecules in their never ceasing interaction that is the “structure” of water. In the 1980’s French researcher Dr. Benveniste was able to give reproducible scientific proof of biological processes demonstrating the power of some substances to alter the structure of water. Some substances can alter the shape of the of water molecule clusters. Dr. Benveniste’s research indicates that the shape or resonance (frequency) of the water molecule alone carries biological information. It shows properly processed (structured) water alone makes measurable changes in a cell’s function. This ability of the shape of water clusters to impart information became known as the “memory” of water.