Surface Tension and Structured Water
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Research tells us that our cell membranes have a surface tension that modulates what can get into them. This surface tension is measured in dynes. OK. I promise this is as technical as I am going to get, but this is very interesting. Each one of your cell membranes has a surface tension of 46 dynes. This means that if whatever you are feeding your body has a surface tension that exceeds 46 dynes, those nutrients can’t get in your cells. Your body will then have to do whatever it can to lower the surface tension (those dynes) so your body can use whatever you put into it.

Let’s look at alcohol. Why do we recognize its effects right away? It has a surface tension of 28 dynes; goes right in, no hesitation at all. Your body tells you that story, doesn’t it?

Now let’s look at bottled water, which costs more than gasoline at the moment! It has a surface tension of 72 dynes. How can it possibly get in there to hydrate those cells? Once again, your body has to restructure it before it can be used, doesn’t it? Ah!, you say, what about alkaline water? It has a surface tension of 56 dynes. Obviously your body doesn’t have to work quite so hard to use this water and it might help your body to become less acidic in the meantime, but, ever notice that after a while the benefits of drinking alkaline water seem to diminish?

So let’s get to the point. Structured water has a surface tension of 45 dynes. It goes right in to your cells. You are hydrated. How does it get any better than this? Is presenting softer water to the cells, kinder to them?

According to Clayton Nolte, the average person uses as much energy converting water in a day as it would take to illuminate their home for a month. This is energy that could be utilized for healing and vitality if it wasn’t being diverted to such a critical job.

The Importance of Surface Tension Elsewhere

How about doing the dishes. Have you ever noticed that leaving a very dirty pan soaking in warm, soapy water seems to miraculously soften or even remove the scum? The reason is that heating water and adding soap, each lowers the surface tension and allows the water to get into smaller spaces.

This concept is very important to your hydration and provides one of the key understandings of the difference between Structured Water and other waters. It is also intimately connected to cellular vitality as a steady flow of water through cells insures that waste products and toxins are flushed from the body, as well as allowing nutrients to get in.

Examples of the effectiveness of surface tension are present throughout life. Think also of washing laundry. When water is heated and when it has soap added, the surface tension is lowered. Imagine washing clothes in cold water without soap. Now compare that to washing with warm water and soap. Intuitively, we know that the cold water without soap will not be as effective in getting into the fabric and getting the dirt out. The same principle applies to hydration. Cold water with a high surface tension is less likely to penetrate cells than ambient water with a lower surface tension.
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