Crystalline Water Structure

                                                            DETERIORATION OF water’s CRYSTALLINE STRUCTURE crystalline waterMEANS DETERIORATION OF LIQUID CRYSTALLINE MAKE-UP OF THE BODY

By Dr. James A. Kholos
President and CEO of COADS,
Los Angeles, CA
Living Crystals

Quantum physicists have concluded again and again, that the difference between life and death is found in the organization of the system. The greater the degree of organization, the greater the degree of life energy, and the slower the system deteriorates. In essence, life is not about which atoms and molecules are present or in what concentrations, life is about the degree of molecular organization. As soon as crystalline water appears, life is born; and the greater the number of crystalline components gathered together to function as a whole, the more complex the life form.

We are living crystals. Leading edge science reveals that our bodies are a network of interconnected, fluid, crystalline structures. Collagen, elastin, and other components of connective tissue are literally liquid crystals. Crystals are transducers. They are capable of converting one form of energy into another. For example: quartz crystals convert vibrational energy into electrical energy; they can convert light energy into vibrational signals. The crystalline nature of our bodies also makes it possible for the transmission of this information at the speed of light. Signals cannot be efficiently conducted through a maze, but when there is organization in the medium, signals follow clear channels and arrive in a timely manner without distortion. In our bodies, it is the crystalline molecular structure of fluids that permits clear, crisp signaling and information transfer.

Structured water is an integral part of the liquid crystalline make-up of the body. It connects, supports, and helps create crystallinity in the tissues. And when water’s crystalline structure deteriorates (with age and disease) the whole system is compromised. Ultimately, disorganization equals death.

Is the liquid crystal known as hexagonal (structured) water alive?

So, what about water? Is the liquid crystal known as hexagonal (structured) water alive? Many of us are familiar with the term “living water.” In some circles that term may have a spiritual connotation, but in scientific terms, “living water” simply refers to its crystalline structure. In many ways water is alive. Water responds to every energetic stimulus. Dr. Emoto’s work even documents that water responds to the energy of our thoughts – with variations in the intricacy of its snowflake-like patterns.

Additionally, the degree to which water organizes influences its life-giving properties – especially within the human body. Multitudes of tests now verify that drinking hexagonal water improves hydration, overall energy, mental clarity, and a host of symptoms related with those factors.

Water and Aging

According to Dr. Mu Shik Jhon, author of “The Water Puzzle and the Hexagonal Key,” aging is the process of losing hexagonally-structured, or crystalline water that leads to reduced mineral status, specifically calcium that directly affect muscle, bone, and nerve function. Medical investigative research concurs with his findings from studies I performed with senior athletic subjects, under the stress of competition aged 40 and above Master Olympians.

The results of these independent studies are based on three control groups, group A using hydration formula drinks to replenish electrolytes, group B using purified water, and group C using hexagonal structured water with a specially formulated mineral supplement. Group C excelled against the others on the following parameters measured: strength, endurance, and recovery time. All measurements were conclusive and excellence favored the athletes using hexagonally-structured water. It was further revealed that athletes who trained in core muscle conditioning, emphasis on building abdominal muscles constituting the center of the body, were best maintained in group 3 lasting longer in endurance sports as a result of the metabolic balance maintained with minerals and documented by phase-contrast dark field microscopy.

Core theory that the arms, legs, and neck movement are controlled by the abdominal muscles was reaffirmed as a corollary to this study. The group C athletes all had core conditioning prior to their competition.  Aging is directly equated to the loss of structured water from the body causing an increase in the amount of disorganized water discharged via the bladder and the bowel. When the amount of hexagonal water is high, acidic waste does not build up and metabolic function increases contrary to what is observed when aging is accelerated by dehydration levels.

This is an important finding in response to changes in hydration levels within the cells and the tissues.

To maintain health and vitality observing increased amino-acid absorption in the bloodstream, proper hydration is a major factor. Furthermore, considering the calcium molecule, in addition to other minerals, Dr. Jhon answers the water puzzle paradox, noting how this mineral is metabolized as a solute in the solvent hexagonally-structured water.  It is not what you eat but what you absorb nutritionally that sets one athlete apart from the other.  How this water impacts immunity is a major conceptual leap in understanding the water dynamics specific to human cells. Perfusion of the blood and tissues in the elderly is the challenge that hexagonally treated water has proven its positive influence on health.

Water and Collagen

Collagen gives the skin its strength and suppleness. At the same time it is the means for retaining moisture. Collagen is organized in long, helical bundles, like ropes, which branch out to form a three-dimensional network providing tightness and elasticity for the skin. It is the primary support structure of the skin making up 75% of connective tissue and 90% of dermal volume.

Without a continual supply of water between each strand, collagen dries, cracks and bonds to itself. This is called cross-linking. Once the fibers are cross-linked, they can no longer hold moisture – the skin thins and develops wrinkles. Without adequate water, less and less collagen is produced and the existing collagen becomes brittle. The outer layer of the skin remains soft and pliable only as long as the moisture content exceeds 10%. Much greater levels of moisture are required in the deeper layers of the skin.

Collagen is the “cement” that holds our bodies together – the mortar between the bricks. A closer look reveals that water is the key. Water is the chief component of the mortar and when it is missing the mortar crumbles and the whole body is compromised. From this standpoint, the connection between dehydration, aging and water becomes quite clear.

Many women use collagen creams to attempt to replace lost and cross-linked collagen. But even more important is the continual supply of water. Adequate, efficient water not only prevents the breakdown of collagen, it also provides the means for cleansing the tissues.

Hexagonal Water – Face Lift From the Inside Out

Health professionals are aware that the condition of the skin is a reflection of overall health. When it is soft, supple, moist, and free of blemish, it is a good indicator that the tissues inside the body are also healthy. But when the skin is dry, wrinkled or ulcerated, it is a reflection that those same conditions exist within the body.

Not only is the skin the largest organ of the human body, it is also the largest detoxification organ. It requires a continual supply of water as evaporation and perspiration continually pull moisture through the skin to eliminate wastes and cleanse the tissues. Without adequate hydration, wastes build up, causing problems for the skin as well as for the rest of the body.

As a reflection of the inner body, the skin is often the most obvious indicator of dehydration. Dry, flaky skin is a sure sign that the water level in the body is inadequate. Further symptoms, such as acne and skin disorders, are signals that the body is rationing water. When adequate water is provided, these conditions often subside.

Skin and Aging

Because aging is also correlated with a loss of water, the skin is a good indicator of age. Aging and dehydration result in thin, wrinkled skin which has lost its resiliency. Try this simple test: Gently pinch the skin on the back of your hand between your thumb and forefinger for 5 seconds. Then count how many seconds it takes for the skin to flatten out again. The length of time it takes is correlated with age, dehydration, and skin health. Generally, those between the ages of 45 and 50 have a return-response time under 5 seconds, but by the age of 60, the amount of time it takes for the skin to return to its original position is double or triple (10-15 seconds), and by the age of 70, the response time is typically 35-50 seconds.

The lack of resiliency in older skin is due to a loss of water. As we age, the thirst mechanism declines and water is lost from many areas of the body. The structure of the water within our bodies also deteriorates with age, making it less efficient and less mobile. The aging process is literally a withering of the tissues throughout the body – visibly reflected in the skin.

Dehydration requires water rationing. During dehydration, the only areas of the body that receive allotments are those where water is absolutely necessary. Blood, brain, kidneys, liver and digestive organs all take priority over the skin and connective tissues; without water, they begin to dry up. What we notice in the skin is a reduction in collagen and cross-linking among the existing fibers – no surprise, since collagen is mostly water.

Tiny layers of organized water form a cushion between each individual strand of collagen from Dr. Mu Shik Jhon’s book, The Water Puzzle and the Hexagonal Key. Without water, collagen dries out, becomes brittle and shrinks – and so does the skin.

Water and Dehydration

Did you know that 50-75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated? …and that many of those individuals are drinking the suggested 8 glasses of water a day?

Dehydration is a condition that occurs when a person loses more fluid than s/he takes in. However, the problem is not just a lack of water, it is a lack of cellular water! If the water we drink is unable to get into the cells, we can drink water all day long and still be dehydrated.

Water is necessary to take nutrients into the cells and to flush wastes from the cells. Think about the amount of water expelled from our bodies every day. Copious amounts of water are required to digest food and eliminate wastes. Water in the kidneys neutralizes acidic wastes and sends them out in the urine. Water is expelled during respiration and is continually being moved through the skin to moderate temperature and flush the tissues of the skin. Water is also required for every metabolic process that nothing can happen without water. Ultimately when water is lacking in our cells, organs cannot function properly and toxins build up.

While some water is available from the food we eat, the majority of the water we need on a regular basis can only be provided by drinking pure water. The consumption of tea, coffee, juice or soft drinks should never be considered water intake. Many of these drinks are so acidic that they end up pulling more water from the cells to neutralize the acidity – making dehydration even worse.

Common signs of dehydration that are often ignored include: dark urine, afternoon fatigue, heartburn, dry skin, acne, headaches and constipation. If these are ignored, more serious problems develop.

Drinking vitalized water is one of the easiest and best ways to overcome chronic dehydration.

Most diseases can be traced to dehydration. In fact, dehydration is the number one cause of stress in the human body. Many scientists believe it is the #1 cause of death. Dehydration has also been linked with angina pain, asthma, colitis, diabetes, peptic ulcer pain, high blood pressure, low back pain, high blood cholesterol – even aging.

When there is insufficient water inside the cells, every function suffers and the body must operate from a level of “crisis management.” This has been well documented from the medical perspective, by Dr. Batmanghelidj in his book, “Water: for Health, for Healing, for Life – You’re Not Sick, You’re Thirsty!”. With a lack of cellular water, organs must compete for vital fluids; balance (homeostasis) gives way to disharmony and disease.

As we age, the amount of water inside our cells decreases. Our cells actually begin to shrink and stiffen – their ability to expand and contract declines. As a result, nutrients, oxygen and other metabolic requirements are not efficiently exchanged at the cell membrane and waste products are not efficiently removed. What we need is the ability to get water back into our cells, where it counts – and that’s where hexagonal water can make a big difference.

Science is finally able to show that all water is not equal – that organized, hexagonal water does, in fact, penetrate the cells more efficiently than other water. Smaller, more organized, hexagonal units enter the cells rapidly and more efficiently providing superior hydration with a subsequent effect on nutrient absorption, waste removal, metabolism, immune function, and overall health.

Drinking vitalized water is one of the easiest and best ways to overcome chronic dehydration and to protect your body from the symptoms of disease and premature aging. Within minutes, vitalized water moves into the cells, taking nutrients and expelling metabolic wastes in a much more efficient manner.

Water and Coherence

There are numerous energetic influences that cause water to organize, but the degree to which the water is coherent determines how long it will stay organized.

In quantum physics, the term “coherence” is defined as a “fixed phase relationship” between waves, particles or molecules. In other words, whatever is happening in one area of a system is happening simultaneously in all other areas of the same system. For water, that means the molecules move together, turning and spinning as “one.” In a coherent system, things tend to stay organized for longer periods of time.

MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) uses strong magnetic fields to organize the water in the human body. When the magnetic field is turned off, the period of time it takes for water molecules to return to their original orientation can be tracked. This is the “relaxation time.” MRI provides useful information about the degree of organization of the water in the body, which is correlated with a number of health parameters.

Relaxation times for healthy tissues are much shorter than those of diseased and cancerous tissues.

MRI is a perfect example of what happens when water is no longer under the influence of a magnetic or electric field it generally loses its organization. However, when the system is coherent (for example: the water in a healthy body), organization is maintained for longer periods of time. Relaxation times for healthy tissues are much shorter than those of diseased and cancerous tissues, indicating that the water has the ability to return to its original orientation much quicker than the disorganized water of diseased tissues.

When coherence is present in water, not only is it hexagonally organized, it is in a more stabilized state of organization and less prone to structural deterioration. This has huge implications when you consider that the organization of the water in your body is correlated with either sickness or health. Modern methods of creating hexagonal water have found ways of establishing coherence in the water. This means that it is quite stable.

Of course, some methods of making hexagonal water are better than others and the water from each is somewhat different with varying levels of coherence.