Two Double Helix Water Webinars - That Will Change Your Paradigms Forever About Health
An Introduction to Double Helix Water
with Dr. Shui-Yin Lo, Ph.D. and David Gann
Original Air Date: July 7, 2011
Check out this one-hour webinar and learn more about Stable Water Clusters. This newly discovered phase of water is comprised of clusters of solid, rigid, ice-like, nanometer-sized, uncontaminated H2O molecules. Held in suspension with ultra-pure water, these stable water clusters have demonstrated unique properties that could contribute to an explanation for the mechanism of homeopathy.
Increasing evidence suggests that chains of Stable Water Clusters, situated in fascia and connective tissue throughout the body are indeed the actual circuitry of the acupuncture meridian system. Such evidence is supported by both Atomic Force Microscope and Electron Microscope photographs. Because of their size and charge, Dr. Lo believes that these solid nanometer-sized particles absorb immediately into the semi-permeable membranes and enter into the energetic networks of the acupuncture meridian system. He feels these clusters are indeed the material bases for the meridian system known as the Jing Luo in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Stable Water Clusters
with Dr. Norman Shealy, MD, Ph.D.,
Dr. Shui-Yin Lo, Ph.D., Dr. Dan Clark, MD and
Original Air Date: July 28, 2011
Enjoy this one-hour webinar with renowned integrative medicine expert Dr. Norman Shealy, MD, Ph.D. Together with Dr. Shui-Yin Lo and David Gann, we delve into the world of Stable Water Clusters - as found in Double Helix Water® ultra-pure stable water clusters.
It is theorized that due to their size and charge, these Stable Water Clusters - solid nanometer-sized particles - absorb immediately into the semi-permeable membranes, entering into and reinforcing the energetic networks of the acupuncture meridian system.
In this webinar, Dr. Shealy shares his experiences with electrical fields produced by the human body and his research on the use of Stable Water Clusters