Micro-clustered/ Hexagonal Water
What is Hexagonal Water? For billions of years, water has been hexagonal—an organized matrix
This micro clustered water is also now known as; exclusion-zone (EZ) water or the fourth phase of water. The OH– Ions in the Cerra Water form the micro-clustered hexagonal water which is also referred to as H302 which has the characteristics including having the negative charge and being alkaline.
The nature of the water molecules in our bodies cellular structure is also now believed to have this same “structure”.
Dehydration is the main condition that encourages pathogenic growth and disease in the body. Although many people ( athletes) drink copious amounts water they are still chronically dehydrated. Recent surveys have indicated the 90% of American are chronically dehydrated. In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak it is mistaken as hunger. Even mild dehydration will slow down one's metabolism as much as 3%. A mere drop of 2% hydration can trigger fuzzy short- term memory, trouble with basic math and difficultly focusing. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) proves that the Cerra Water clusters are less than 1/3 the size of a regular water cluster hence more absorbable. The smaller water clusters have a much easier time crossing the cell membrane through the aquaporins (portals into the cell), leading to enhanced hydration as the water’s molecules are more easily absorbed by the body’s cell structures. Cerra Water is far more hydrating than regular water since it is a much smaller water cluster and can easily be absorbed into the cell. Cerra Water is one of the few water companies to have done the nuclear magnetic resonances of water clusters proving its micro-clustering effects.
You can perform your own home demonstration of enhanced absorption by using the teabag test. Place a new black tea bag into a glass of Cerra Water and another one into a glass of tap water at the same time and compare the difference in colour. The Cerra Water immediate absorbs the tea as indicated by the much darker tea coloured water as compared to the tea regular water.
Cerra Water Process: