It comes pouring out of the tap, glistening and clear. You cup your hands in the jet of water and take a big mouthful. Water for us of course is that cool, clear wet stuff. But what really is water? The source of life? A simple combination of two elements? Or is it more? Scientists around the world have been hunting for this unknown X-factor. They are trying to solve the
mysteries of phenomena that until now
remain unexplained by the scientific
wisdom of our day. Let’s go on a journey
into the fantastic world of water…

The quality of water
It is everywhere and yet, ultimately,
water moves in cycles. This precious
wet stuff is constantly evaporated through the sun’s energy, formed into clouds and at some point returned as rain back down onto the Earth. The entire water supply of planet Earth amounts to 1.38 billion cubic metres and only 0.3% of this is drinking water.

And we are very generous with it. The average citizen uses about 150 litres a day of this precious commodity. But we only use three litres for drinking and cooking. Most of it comes out of the tap and consists of ground water but it also comes from surface water originating in rivers and lakes, as well as from treated waste water. The quality of our drinking water is regulated. The almost impossible task of turning dirty, unhealthy water into clean and healthy water again is given to the water companies. Depending on how polluted the water is, there is a whole process for it to go through: purification with filters, activated carbon, chlorine and ozone - the procedures are varied and absolutely necessary.

The chemical industry produces over 180,000 different chemicals. We still don’t fully know what the long-term effects of these are on our water or soil. Neither do we know the effects on our environment’s natural balance and in turn the effects on us of course. The experts particularly see a danger in the pharmaceutical residues already shown to exist in water.
Despite this, however, water delivered by the water companies is claimed to be clean, healthy and the best-monitored source of nutrition. A contradiction? Not especially because the problem is the limit set by the authorities. The water companies are obliged to keep to the limits set and achieve this with great effort. What is technically and economically doable, however, is often the decisive factor in setting maximum levels for a substance. The less of a particular substance that is allowed in the water, the more expensive it is to keep to the appropriate guidelines. Pesticides, pharmaceutical residues, radioactive substances and dioxins pose an almost unsolvable problem because these substances can only get filtered out, if at all, with extreme technical effort and expense.

The secret of H²O

An honest scientist has to admit that he doesn’t know what water is. Current scientific wisdom cannot give an explanation by either physical or chemical means. It doesn’t follow any of their laws. Water is a “scientific impossibility.”

                                      The German physicist and water
                                      researcher, Wilfried Hachenev, speaks
                                      out on this, something which has made
                                      his colleagues doubt their own
                                      research. Water just doesn’t behave
                                      the way natural laws demand. Professor
                                      Dr Herbert Klima, a scientist at the
                                      Austrian Universities’ Atomic Institute
                                      explains that according to its atomic structure, water should boil at 70 degrees but it doesn’t actually do that until 100 degrees Celsius.
Here is a further example: water is not supposed to be fluid. What is water then? H²O of course! A natural combination of two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen, both gases. H²O however forms gases at temperatures over 100 degrees Celsius. But why should we bother ourselves more closely with water at all? Because it is more than we commonly assume it to be. The properties and characteristics of water may only be explained if one can free oneself from the established academic opinions. Some famous naturalists, such as chemist and Nobel Prize winner, Linus Pauling, have been able to do this.
Additionally, the Biophotons Researcher, Professor Dr. Fritz Popp confirms that, “Water represents one of the greatest puzzles for science.”
However the understanding of water is developing all the time, step by step.
Ideal drinking water could be defined as:

-  "alive" & full of energy - healthy crystal structure
-  unsaturated - pure, clean
-  having a good pH value
-  full of natural oxygen
People who drink PowerWater have something in common: they find it easy and pleasurable to drink a lot of it - no need to push themselves for the so necessary 2-3 litres a day.
Just naturally - they want it and they drink it. And their bodies say "thank you".
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