MJ Pangman “Hexagonal Water-The Ultimate Solution”
It explains the difference between unstructured water and the living crystal known as “hexagonal water.” In a language that is easy to understand, Hexagonal Water explains why crystalline geometry is the life-giving factor, capable of supporting superior hydration, enhanced nutrient absorption, more effective detoxification, increased metabolic efficiency and improved cellular communication.
In addition to outlining the latest research demonstrating the efficacy of hexagonal water, “Hexagonal Water” discusses the connection between water, aging and disease. It reveals the link between loss of organization in the water within our bodies and illness, elaborating on a wide variety of health conditions that routinely improve, by drinking hexagonal water.
If you are interested in understanding how something as simple as organized (hexagonal) water can impact your health, youth and vitality, this book is a must. You will begin to understand why thousands of individuals are choosing to drink hexagonal (structured) water every day.
If you want even more information on hexagonal water you might also look at MJ Pangman’s latest book “Dancing with Water”. Dancing with Water is an engaging and well-referenced guide designed for everyone (professional and nonprofessional) interested in understanding and revitalizing their water. It accomplishes what no other book has attempted—the blending of science with esoteric wisdom that has survived the ages. Dancing with Water introduces the New Science of Water, leading the way to a more complete understanding of water’s liquid crystalline phase and of its biological significance.
Dancing with Water: The New Science of Water is a monumental step forward in available literature on water. While satisfying the need for scientific accuracy, the authors have produced a compelling treatise for any reader who is truly interested in understanding the depth of their relationship with water. What do the authors mean when they refer to the “New Science of Water?” The book explains many of water’s unique properties by examining its liquid crystalline structure. But don’t worry . . . the authors have kept the lay reader in mind as they explain complex subjects in easy-to-understand language.