We take pure, naturally structured living water and separate the deuterium rich and deuterium poor molecules from one other through an artificial process that mimics the natural processes of evaporation, condensation, and rain.
Under a scientific and precisely calculated process that takes into account time, temperature, pressure, humidity, and room specifications, we heat the contained water to produce water vapors that rise to the top of the space and rain down from above. This process is always ongoing and virtually permanent.
From there, we’re able to acquire an exchange of different water molecule isotopes, which allows us to physically extract the hydrogen atom from each isotope, effectively separating heavy (deuterium rich) and light (deuterium poor) water molecules. From there, we’re able to rearrange the deuterium poor water molecules to ensure that they remain separated from the heavy, hydrogen-rich molecules.
This technology is essentially used to imitate the exact same process of magnetization that occurs in places like Antarctica and high mountains where glacial water is found. Under tremendous pressure and unimaginable temperature conditions, this process occurs naturally in the world, leaving the purest, freshest, most oxygen-rich untouched water that the world has ever seen.