Based upon the results of: Gerald H. Pollack, PhD Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington


When water molecules are restored to a hexagonal structure, they show remarkable properties of molecular coherence. Molecular coherence strengthens water’s natural ability to store and transfer information. Water is more than just water. It is a complex, vital structure with unexpected characteristics.

Physikalische Chemie


Water is a simple compound of hydrogen and oxygen (H2O) and it is the most abundant substance on Earth. Water is fundamental to life and exists in the atmosphere (as vapour) and deep in the Earth’s mantle. Most living things comprise at least 70% water, and it readily bonds with other elements through its unique electric dipole in which the positive (+) and negative (-) charges are separate. Oxygen carries the negative charge and hydrogen the positive charge. Hydrogen can bond with other electronegative atoms such as oxygen and nitrogen. This is why water has such a wide diversity of structures and manifestations in nature.


Water is one of the most studied substances on earth. It is, therefore, all the more remarkable that so little is understood about the science behind its behaviour and function. The small size of the water molecule belies the complexity of its actions and its capabilities. Water’s unique nature and properties fit more ideally than any other molecule into the requirements for life. An important feature of water’s structure is that the angle and distance of the hydrogen ion to the oxygen ion are changeable.

Liquid water is best described as an intimate mixture of two liquid phases: one that has good three-dimensional hydrogen bonding, an open, less dense structure and lower hydration capability; and one that consists mostly of hydrogen-bonded chains, with a denser, more compact structure and greater hydration capability for all life forms.

Strukturiertes Wasser
Negative Wasserstoffionen


Research has determined that the negative hydrogen ions (H-) are potentially enhanced or concentrated in the water vortices and in the presence of biologically active water (i.e. water with a high diversity and abundance of beneficial microbes). In natural systems, this increases the concentration of negative hydrogen ions in flowing water, biologically active ponds/lakes and soils.

This little known nutrient (H-) is, in fact, the smallest element known to exist at this time, and existed before any life on Earth. In spite of its small size, it is indispensable in virtually every chemical reaction in water, soil, plants, animals and humans. Nowhere is this more important than inside cells, where tiny organisms, called mitochondria, translate the free electron negative charge associated with the H- ion into the ATP (adenosine-triphosphate, the source of chemical energy and a catalyst for inter-cell energy transfer), which provides the energy necessary for growth, repair and regeneration.