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Water is life

​The water in which our cells bathe is essential to life. Our cells are made up of 99% water molecules (out of 100 molecules that make up a cell, 99 are water molecules!), that is to say that the quality of water is crucial.​

Water is also and above all an interface of energy that feeds our energetic body which is the essence of our consciousness and our humanity!​

Nature, when it is still wild, offers us a high quality living water that has watered us for millennia. This water is free and vibrates in tune with the energy that surrounds and penetrates it.​

Dynamized water (or called by some, revitalized water) is the pleasure and importance of drinking this energized water, comparable to that found in the wilderness.

« Water is not necessary for life, it is life » Antoine de St. Exupéry

Fact : Water is Life

The human body :

  • contains +/- 60-70% of metabolic water (in terms of weight, mass)
  • this biological water is essential for our health:
    • it hydrates us,
    • it transports nutrients and detoxifies the body (via sweat and metabolic waste excreted in the urine)
    • it participates in cell metabolism
  • the cells of our body are made up of 99% of H2O molecules (by volume or number)! The other molecules are: 0.5% ions (potassium, magnesium, sodium, chlorides, bicarbonates and trace elements), 0.4% organic matter.

Consommation quotidienne d'eau pour un corps humain.

The importance of water for our body

Biological water of the human body is found in:

  • 65% inside our cells = intracellular fluid (cytoplasm); this is where, according to Gerald Pollack of the University of Washington, EZ water (Exclusion Zone) is made up: nanometric films of completely pure hexagonal water (without other ions and in gelatinous form) which surround our proteins ( macromolecules inside our cells) and which transform electromagnetic fields into electrical energy which would allow cellular communication and the functioning of human metabolism.
  • 35% around our cells = composed mainly of interstitial fluid (28%) and blood plasma (7%).

Water is essential to hydrate our cells

Water is absorbed into our body within 5 minutes of drinking and remains in the body for an average of 10 days. All the water in your body is replaced within +/- 50 days. Water molecules are transported through the bloodstream to all cells in the body.

By drinking water, it will better hydrate our cells by entering them more easily via aquaporins (the water channel of the cell through the cell membrane which is waterproof, see image below) thanks to its lower surface tension.​

Restructured watermolecules - Biodynamizer

Membrane voltage and its influence on cell exchange

A healthy cell (which promotes a biogenic environment) has a negative charge membrane (between – 50 & – 90 mV) => the ionic channels open, the positively charged nutrients (Ca +, K +, Na +) and oxygen penetrate the cell (pollutants come out)

An unhealthy cell (acid which favors a pathogenic environment: virus, bacteria, inflammations) has a membrane with positive charge between + 50 & + 90 mV => the ionic channels close, the nutrients positively charged (Ca +, K +, Na +) and oxygen no longer enter the cell (the pollutants remain)

Any conductive liquid (water with minerals) in movement (vortex) in a metal tube (copper) which is exposed to magnetic fields (permanent magnets) sees electric currents with electronegative charge born within it. Those currents will ionize water (electron transfers that will modify its electrical charge) and this in proportion to the speed of the water flow (amplitude) and the power of the magnetic fields emitted. See on this subject the studies on magnetism and water.

 This energy will feed what is called the membrane voltage of cells (electronegative charge between – 50 mV & – 90 mV) which is used to open and close their ionic channels which are voltage dependent and which allow nutrients to enter and  toxins-waste to exit from the body (= activation of cellular exchange -> functioning of metabolism).