Images of Water Crystals
THE LIFE AND SECRETS OF WATER
With the recent popularity in music therapy, Mr. Emoto decided to see what effects music has on the structuring of water. He placed distilled water between two speakers for several hours and then photographed the crystals that formed after the water was frozen.
After seeing water react to different environmental conditions, pollution and music, Mr. Emoto and colleagues decided to see how thoughts and words affected the formation of untreated, distilled, water crystals, using words typed onto paper by a word processor and taped on glass bottles overnight. The same procedure was performed using the names of deceased persons. The waters were then frozen and photographed.
Biological organisms respond to and are affected by energetic frequencies in the same way that they respond to and are affected by physical matter. In fact, living organisms will spend enormous amounts of energy compensating for the discordant harmonics created by the bad energy messages in water.
The bodies of all living organisms are composed largely of water. About 70 to 90 percent of all organic matter is water. The chemical reactions in all plants and animals that support life take place in a water medium. Water not only provides the medium to make these life sustaining reactions possible, but water itself is often an important reactant or product of these reactions. In short, the chemistry of life is water chemistry.
We have made great advancements in the study and function of water. The water used in our Cellular Formula is a highly structured, microcrystalline, frequency enhanced, magnetized purified form. Our water is in its purest form and has been stabilized with light, sound and love frequencies. The surface tension has also been reduced to facilitate absorption by all of your body’s cells.
What does Ph of water mean?
On the pH scale, which ranges from 0 on the acidic end to 14 on the alkaline end, a solution is neutral if its pH is 7. At pH 7, water contains equal concentrations of H+ and OH- ions. Substances with a pH less than 7 are acidic because they contain a higher concentration of H+ ions. Substances with a pH higher than 7 are alkaline because they contain a higher concentration of OH- than H+. The pH scale is a log scale so a change of one pH unit means a tenfold change in the concentration of hydrogen ions.
IMPORTANCE OF BALANCING PH
Living things are extremely sensitive to pH and function best (with certain exceptions, such as certain portions of the digestive tract) when solutions are nearly neutral. Most interior living matter (excluding the cell nucleus) has a pH of about 6.8.
Blood plasma and other fluids that surround the cells in the body have a pH of 7.2 to 7.3. Numerous special mechanisms aid in stabilizing these fluids so that cells will not be subject to appreciable fluctuations in pH. Substances, which serve as mechanisms to stabilize pH, are called buffers. Buffers have the capacity to bond ions and remove them from solution whenever their concentration begins to rise. Conversely, buffers can release ions whenever their concentration begins to fall. Buffers thus help to minimize the fluctuations in pH. This is an important function because many biochemical reactions normally occurring in living organisms either release or use up ions.
THE WATER BOOM
We are now in the midst of a water boom. In Japan and other countries consumers are buying various kinds of bottled and canned water even though water is one of our most abundant vital resources.
Two of the most common factors in chronic disease and un-natural aging are dehydration, or drying-out, and the accumulation of toxins in the cells created by the overuse of prescribed drugs.
Studies validate the benefits of drinking distilled water when one is seeking to cleanse or detoxify the system for short periods of time (a few weeks at a time). Fasting using distilled water can be dangerous because of the rapid loss of electrolytes (sodium, potassium, and chloride) and trace minerals like magnesium, deficiencies of which can cause heart beat irregularities and high blood pressure.
Cooking foods in distilled water pulls the minerals out of them and lowers their nutrient value. We suggest adding 3 tablespoons of Organic Apple Cider Vinegar per gallon of distilled. This supplies the body with over 90% of the minerals needed on a daily basis.
The Nationwide Food Consumption Surveys have indicated that a portion of the population may be mildly dehydrated. Several factors may increase the likelihood of chronic, mild dehydration, including a poor thirst mechanism, dissatisfaction with the taste of water, consumption of caffeine and alcohol, exercise and environmental conditions. Dehydration of as little as 2% loss of body weight results in impaired physiological and performance responses. Water consumption can have an effect on the risk of urinary stone disease, cancers of the breast, colon and urinary tract, childhood and adolescent obesity, mitral valve prolapse, salivary gland function, and overall health in the elderly (Kleiner 1999).
HYDRATION AS RELATED TO AGE
Hydration or water availability to cells and tissues is important for increasing the overall function and health of cells. Research has shown that babies have a higher level of intracellular water typically than aging adults. Szent-Gyorgyi in the Pathology of Water: made the association that muscle tissue, cartilage, connective tissue including skin, aged or became less pliable with time due to the lack of water provided to cells and tissues. Much of his early research was with muscle tissue and he realized that the aging process was substantially due to cellular and tissue effects of dehydration (Szent-Gyorgyi 1971). Lack of intracellular water or dehydration is predicted today to be part of the aging process. It stands to reason that water and the many roles it plays generally and specifically for all parts of the body will enhance may biochemical and physiological functions important to overall health when it is available to cells and tissues.
SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS OF WATER IN THE BODY
It has recently been discovered that cell membranes have specific enzyme transport proteins that specifically regulate water molecules into the cell, called aquaporins. The coiled DNA molecule (blueprint instructions directing the construction and activity of all cell components) is saturated with water at specific sites that are necessary for its structure, repair, replication, and function. Numerous chemical reactions depend on water and it is a factor itself in many biochemical reactions. Water availability is important to cells, and to the fluid surrounding the cells called interstitial fluids (fluids that surround joints, muscles, and organs) and to the matrix of the blood.
Cell membranes contain hundreds of embedded large protein molecules (enzymes) that are responsible for recognizing hormones, transporting nutrients (vitamins, trace elements, and salts), and water itself. Large molecules on cell surfaces and within the cell often attach water at specific locations and the water molecules assist in helping the molecules hold their shapes in order to function properly when necessary.
Fluids fill every space in cells and between them. As the primary fluid in the body, water serves as a solvent for minerals, vitamins, amino acids, glucose, and many other nutrients. Water also plays a key role in the digestion, absorption, transportation, and use of nutrients. Water is the medium for the sale elimination of toxins and waste products and whole body thermoregulation is critically dependent on it. From energy production to join lubrication to reproduction, there is no system in the body that does not depend on water (Kleiner 1999).
Written by: Dr. Edward F. Group III , D.C.. Ph.D