WHAT DO BOOKS AND WATER HAVE IN COMMON?
They both contain information.
That information can be true or false, beneficial or harmful, life enhancing or life depleting.
What other attributes do a book and water share?
A book contains information protected by the cover and the paper whereas water contains information protected by the physical water molecule which acts as the cover and the paper.
When sentences within a book are properly structured, it is easier to comprehend and when the molecules of water are properly organized, the structured water is easier to assimilate across the cell membrane.
What sets water apart from a book?
The information in a book is visible and readable by the human eye whereas information in water is invisible yet read by every cell in the human body and just as a book can have an estimable benefit in our life, so can information in water have wonderful benefits for every cell in the human body.
Based on this principle, you can now have access to thousands of water based remedies that are inexpensive, effective and easily accessible anytime and anywhere.