Small Molecule Cluster Water

How To Detect Small Molecule Cluster Water?
In 2003, Nobel Prize winner Peter Agre (Peter Agre) found water channel existing in cell membrane. The channel is so narrow( only 2 nano (1 nanometer equals one out of 10,000 mm)) that only the small molecule  cluster water can get through. That means that not all drinking water can be absorbed by the cells. A lot of water, due to pollution, have turned into large molecules and low active water, we call them “dead water”.

The measurement of small molecule cluster water is by using O17 nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) half of width of test data to compare the size of the water molecules. Ordinary tap water, well water, river water and rain water’s NMR of half-width is greater than 100Hz, 130Hz or even 157Hz.  While water’s NMR half width less than 100Hz or 90Hz can be called "small molecule cluster water".

Natural small molecule cluster water like glacier water’s nuclear magnetic resonance half width  is 63Hz. Water in 300 meters deep ocean’s nuclear magnetic resonance half width is approximately 53.2Hz. Japanese researcher analyzed the water in longevity village, and found that the water is affected by minerals and foreign energy. It is also good quality water, whose average nuclear magnetic resonance half width ranges from 70Hz to 90Hz. 
Source :  Health Care - The Epoch Times

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