Minerals are restructured

In order for water to be beneficial for health, it must first be filtered (removing pollutants) but above all it must preserve its minerals because they contain the natural synergy of fully metabolized trace elements as well as energy (of magnetic and cosmic origin) that the energetic body needs.​ Dry residues in water are composed of:

  • Minerals assimilable by the body (between 5% and 25% of inorganic minerals) including trace elements
  • Minerals not metabolizable by the body (between 95% and 75% of inorganic minerals) which will be removed all the more easily as they have been restructured by the Biodynamizer®! The Biodynamizer will transform the ionic form of minerals (electrically unbalanced ions) present in tap water into colloidal form. Minerals in colloidal form are more easily passed through the stool. Biodynamized water can therefore contain more minerals because they are more easily evacuated by passing, inter alia, by the intestines and will therefore require much less the kidneys (which evacuate via urine)! In this regard, a BEV study (Bio Electronics of Vincent) was carried out over a period of 1 year and on 2 people (commissioned by SA Dynamized Technologies between August 2014 – September 2015). Conclusion of this analysis: “despite a water highly charged with dry residues (463 mg / L), it did not have any influence on the urinary resistivity which should have increased, but we noted a decrease of 2 % in 1 year -> this indicates that the minerals are better and more easily assimilated by the metabolism because they are restructured, so there is no overload of the kidneys to fear!”​

Composition of Water

The composition of water is:​

  • 75% of H2O molecules (65% of oxygen & 10% of hydrogen)​
  • 18% carbon (dissolved in water)​
  • 4% of dry residues dissolved in water: minerals (ionized salts) & trace elements​
    Minerals in water (ions = electrically charged particles) are the dry residues remaining in water after evaporation at 180 ° C. Dry residues are calculated according to the electrical conductivity of the water expressed in µS cm-1. For example: tap water with a hardness of 37 ° f has a conductivity of +/- 647 µScm-1, i.e. 670 x 0.71592 = 463 mg / L of dry residue (including 370 mg of limescale); The WHO (World Health Organization) advises a maximum of 1,000 mg / L of dry residues. Most doctors believe that healthy water should contain a variety of inorganic minerals and trace elements containing between 50 and 500 mg / liter for daily use.​

    • Inorganic minerals (their presence in water varies depending on the geographic areas from which it was drawn!): calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, bicarbonates; measured in mg / L​
      • Between 5% and 25% of them are assimilable by the body (among other things the trace elements)
      • 80% of these minerals consist of limescale or scale = CaCO3 (Calcium Carbonate) + MgCO3 (Magnesium Carbonate) which is measured by the hardness of the water, expressed in TH (French degrees); 1 ° f hardness = 10 mg / l CaCO3​
    • Trace elements: natural synergy of fluorine, selenium, silicon, iron, copper, zinc, cobalt, bromine, manganese, iodine, chromium, molybdenum,…; measured in µg / L and fully assimilable​
  • 3% nitrogen​

It is also important to have calcium-magnesium (components of limescale) in the water because of the rounder and velvety taste of water containing mineral salts.​