The answer reveals why LIVING water is needed to bring forth LIFE, as well as to sustain LIFE.

So what scientifically makes water LIVING?
Does it even matter that you are drinking DEAD water? Okay, what if it did matter and your health “depended on it”? Well, I guess, if you didn’t know what LIVING water was, then you couldn’t possibly know… YOU are most likely drinking DEAD WATER!? Do you actually realize what that means to your body functions to drink Dead water?
Well, read on, if you want to start learning.
I will help you establish the perspective you need to think in terms of, which is, not what most think, chemistry, no LIVING part is discovered in physics, as well as quantum physics. I will put this in the simplest terms possible and still provide an accurate explanation of what makes water LIVING? To begin with, it is important to differentiate between “purified water” (pathogenic) and “bio-active water” (biogenic).
Water purification systems, which utilize membranes and other technologies widely used throughout the world, create “purified water”. Though this “purified water” might be devoid of pathogens, it is lifeless water, or water that has little or no hydroplasm and can negatively affect our health in many ways, like compromising our immune system and slowing down our metabolism. This “purified water”, though it may have been conceived of with all good intention, can have patho-morphological consequences such as an increasing the amount of health imbalances in the world today.
The Biogenic” Living Energy” water has a restored level of bio-activity because of the presence of hydroplasm, which can increase your body’s natural resistance to harmful factors. It has been proven that bio-active water can truly support your body’s energetic life systems. To achieve and maintain exceptional health one needs to consume Bio-Active liquids…that’s it period!!!

Learn More …watch these videos…you will never think of water the same again!

The Story of Living Water:
https://youtu.be/JaR-2rWGrYE Before and after blood analysis

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