What is Double Helix Water?
DOUBLE HELIX WATER
Water can exist as a gas, liquid or solid. In each of these phases, it's made up of the exact same molecules; only the space between the hydrogen and oxygen changes. Before the discovery of stable water clusters, the only known solid state of water was ice. It requires freezing temperatures to have "a solid state of water". New research proves otherwise. Solid microscopic particles of water can and do exist. In fact, they do not depend on freezing temperatures to remain solid. They remain solid at temperatures beyond boiling water so they are called STABLE WATER CLUSTERS.
Stable water clusters floating in a liquid solution get attracted to each other. When thousands of stable water clusters come together in water, they combine into double helix structures, similar in shape to DNA. That's why we call this mixture of stable water clusters in pure water DOUBLE HELIX WATER.