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Water in the Human Body is

Informational Bearer about Longevity


Prof. Ignat Ignatov,
Dr. Oleg Mosin,
2012, Sofia, Bulgaria; Moscow, Russia
Practical Scientific Project Nature, Ecology, Longevity
1. Entropy and time in living matter
2. The reasons for aging
3. Water the base of life and
longevity
4. Clinical evidence for the health
benefits of mountain and defrosted
water
5. Water in human body carries
information about longevity
6. Bibliography

Days of Mountain Water and Healing Tourism 2012 Teteven, Bulgaria


Water and Longevity, Prof. Ignatov, Dr. Mosin
Teteven, Bulgaria, Days of Mountain Water and Healing Tourism
Zoko films

1. Entropy and time in living matter


Mankind has always been excited about longevity. Biophysical studies
indicate that the water in the human body has departed from the water at the
time of origination of life (Semihina, Mosin, Ignatov). The more rapid the life
processes are, the faster the states of orderliness are observed, i.e. entropy in
the living organism decreases. Yet this leads to difficulties in compensating
entropy with the entropy of the environment, which is associated with
metabolism and energy. Such organisms, like mammals, can live up to 100
years. In trees the processes are slower, the states of orderliness are harder to
obtain, and entropy decreases more slowly than in animals.

Prof. Ignat Ignatov with turtle,


Halkida, Greece, 2010
There are trees that live for more than 1000 years. For example, a turtles life
processes are slower than those of mammals and faster than those of trees. It
can live up to 300 years. We can define a specific time for each living
creature, and their time to a certain degree differs from the time of the
environment. This time correlates with parameters of the vital activity of
living organisms (Ignatov, 2011). Entropy is a measure of randomness or
disorder of the physical system. It is expressed in the number of possible
arrangements of the components. Prigozhin received the Nobel Prize
explaining that at a statistical level the chaotic states of living systems lead to
an irreversible behavior. Self-structuring and self-organization are observed.
He explains the auto-oscillatory reaction of BelousovZhabotinsky. Prigozhin
shows how together with the increase of entropy, self-organization originates.
According to the author, living organisms decrease their own entropy due to
their orderliness. This orderliness increases with the transition from
unicellular to multicellular organisms. Cells divide in a particular sequence.
Living organisms live with their our own energy, and also exchange
substances and energy with the environment. The environment increases its
entropy and thus its disorder. Over time, the living organism has more and
more difficulties to adapt. This adaptation depends on the consistency and
velocity of life processes.
The Russian scientist Semihina studied the tangent of dielectrical losses
physical indicator for water in different animals (Semihina, 2005). Names of
animals in the figure from top to bottom earth-worms (1), carassius fish (2),
mouse (3), frog (4), hamster (5). The largest the extremities in this parameter,

especially at 200 KHz or in the kilometer range of the e. m. waves, the highest
level of evolutionary development of the animal.
This is also an indicator for the distancing of the water in the different
animals from the initial water for the origination of life. This is also an
essential evidence that water is diverse in the various living creatures. When
testing water in animals, there are differences in comparison with water in
plants and natural waters. In animals bioelectric processes are more dynamic
compared to plants. Mineral water, which interacts with calcium carbonate
and sea water, is tested as a model system. Therefore it is difficult to make
conclusions about the structure of water from bioelectrical indicators in
animals without a parallel spectral analysis. Semihina and Krashenyuk
demonstrate results with a frog. When there is stress, one can observe a peak
at 200 KHz, in a tranquil state the peak decreases. Additional tests are
required in order to prove whether stress influences the structure of water.

Tangent of dielectrical losses of water


of different animals, Semihina
The second law of thermodynamics states that the entropy of any closed
system always strives toward an increase, i.e. increase of chaos. Living
organisms are open systems, inside them entropy decreases andorder
increases. In information theory, entropy is a measure for insufficiency of
information in a physical system and is a function of probability. Entropy is
infinite if probability is zero. According to Hawking, the second law of
thermodynamics defines that the states of chaos significantly outnumber the
states of order. He makes the assumption that in the beginning a system has a
small number of orderly states. Over time, this system develops according to
natural laws and its states change. At later stages, the states of chaos increase
in number. Eventually, its states of chaos increase and so does entropy. He

uses as an example the computers memory, which is based on the binary


numeral system. The direction of time in which the computer saves the past is
the same direction in which disorder increases.
In the 19th century the French scientist Brillouin defined entropy in
information systems. On the grounds of biophysical information flows from
the living creatures to the environment and vice versa, information properties
and the entropy of water in living organisms are changed (Ignatov, Antonov,
1998). Biophysical parameters are introduced for a change of the average
energy of the hydrogen bonds in water.Informatinability of water is related
to decrease of entropy in the restructuring of water molecules as a result of
external influence (Ignatov, Antonov, 1998). In 2009 the Russian scientist
Dulnev measured the parameters of chaos and order as parameters of entropy
for one component in a living organism. Yet the living cell is multi-parameter
with regard to biophysical parameters (Ignatov, 2011).

2. The reasons for aging


Aging is associated with accumulation of errors in DNA replication. The free
radicals have an adverse affect on this process. Deuterium atoms in water
molecules and radiation also have an adverse effect on DNA replication in the
human organism. Aging is a non-linear process. The rate of aging increases
with time. In 1963 Orgel demonstrated that the aging process is associated
with the synthesis of proteins. The accumulation of errors in protein synthesis
increases exponentially with age.

Probable dependence between accumulated


DNA errors and cancer mortality
(Orgel, 1963, Goodall, 2003)

Cells taken from adults show reduced transcription or transmission of


information from DNA to RNA. Therefore the likelihood of cancer increases
with age.
Deuterium is a heavier isotope of hydrogen. It hinders vital processes in living
organisms (Mosin, 1996). This isotope of hydrogen affects the process of
mitosis (Dr. Lamprecht, Dr. Schroeter, Dr. Paweletz, 1989). This is an even
distribution of genetic material from a mother cell to two daughter cells.
Deuterium induces physiological, morphological and cytological changes in
the cell. It is estimated that in his lifetime a man takes up 12-15 kg of
deuterium.
The study of the water spectrum in the human body can also answer the
question of longevity.

3. Water the base of life and longevity


When considering the question of longevity, one has to analyze which are the
areas inhabited by the largest number of long-lived people and what are the
reasons for that.

Hydrogen, Deuterium
Isotope of hydrogen
In the process of development of each organism, water plays an important part
fundamental matrix of life with a structure, isotope composition and ability
to store and transmit information. The human body consists 50-75% of water
depending on the age and gender. Water is part of the composition of the
organisms physiological liquids and plays the role of an internal medium
where vital biochemical processes function with the participation of ferments.
Because of this, water carries information in the organism regarding aging and
longevity.

Human experience shows that long-living people inhabit mainly high


mountain areas. In the Russian North there are a lot more centenarians
compared to other parts of Russia. One explanation for this is that the water
there contains less deuterium molecules (Berdishev, 1960).
Human experience shows that long-living people inhabit mainly high
mountain areas. In the Russian North there are a lot more centenarians
compared to other parts of Russia. One explanation for this is that the water
there contains less deuterium molecules (Berdishev, 1960). The same
phenomenon occurs in the valley Hunza in Pakistan.
From 1960 to 1965 the scientist Berdishev from the Tomsk Medical Institute
studied centenarians in Yakutia and Altai. He linked the longevity of the
Yakuts and the Altaians with the use of water from glaciers formed earlier
than the Greenland ones. It is well known that most of the Russian
centenarians live in Dagestan and Yakutia 353 and 324 persons per million
inhabitants. This figure for Russia is only 8 people. According to Berdishev,
defrosted water has a beneficial effect on cellular metabolism. Besides, these
people as well as the Buryats, drink mountain water obtained after the melting
of ice. The temperature of this water is 10-15 oC. Berdishev assumed that it
contained a smaller amount of deuterium.
The report's authors consider the possibility of extending human life and
reducing errors in transcription and replication of DNA in the synthesis of
proteins depending on the water we drink. Analyses of water on the planet
show that mountain water contains the smallest amounts of deuterium atoms
in water molecules. In winter and early spring deuterium content is reduced.

"Diffused" ice structures


in defrosted water
According to isotopic composition, defrosted water can be regarded as water
deuterium-depleted water or "light" water. Cold mountain water has crystal-

like structure and consists of water clusters. With the melting of ice only 15%
of hydrogen bonds are destroyed. In this way mountain water contains ice
microcrystals. It is quite possible that for this reason defrosted water is
beneficial for the body and improves the permeability of cell membranes

4. Clinical evidence for the health benefits of mountain and defrosted


water
Experiments with plants and animals have shown that when using water
containing 25-30% less deuterium atoms, pigs, rats and mice have an
offspring that is bigger and more numerous. Birds that drink deuterium
depleted water have accelerated development of their sexual organs and their
spermatogenesis process is quickened, laying eggs increases almost 2 times.
Wheat matures earlier and gives a richer harvest.
The water molecules in which the hydrogen atoms are of the deuterium
isotope have difficulty passing through the cell membrane. Marinov reports
rapid growth of flowers in Siberia. In the 1970s, together with Russian
scientists, he proved that the water in the region contained less deuterium.

5. Water in human body carries information about longevity


Studies were performed on a 1% solution of blood serum with the method of
spectral analysis of a non-equilibrium energy spectrum (NES) Antonov
(1983) and differential non-equilibrium energy spectrum (DNES), Antonov
(1993), Ignatov (1998). Empirical blood serum samples were provided by
Kalinka Naneva, Municipal Hospital, Teteven, Bulgaria. The samples were
divided into 2 groups of people between 50 and 70 years of age. The first
group consisted of people in excellent health. The second group consisted of
people in a critical state and suffering from malignant tumors. The average
energy of hydrogen bonds among water molecules in the blood serum was
examined as a biophysical parameter. The result was obtained as a difference
between the spectrum of 1% solution of blood serum (NES) and a control
sample with deionized water (NES). This spectrum is DNES. The first group
obtained the result -9.11,1 meV, and the second -1.61,1 meV. There is
statistical difference between the two groups of results according to the tcriterion of Student at level p <0,05.

Water in the human body has a spectrum for the life like information bearer.
For the control group of healthy people the value of the spectrum of the
largest local maximum is at -0.1387 eV or at a wavelength of 8.95 m.
For the group of people in a critical state and the patients with malignant
tumors, the values of the spectrum of the largest local maximums shift to
lower energies compared with the control group.

Differential non-equilibrium energy spectrum, DNES,


deionized water (Antonov, 1993)
A study of blood serum was performed by the method of infrared spectral
analysis (Krasnov, Gordetsov, 2009). The following peaks in the spectrum of
absorption were received - 8.55, 8.58, 8.70, 8.77, 8.85, 9.10, 9.35 and 9.76
m. The resulting peak at 8.95 (Ignatov, 2012) is close to the one obtained by
Russian scientists at 8.85 m. In the control group of healthy people, the
function of distribution according to energy f(E) at 8.95 m has an average
value of 75.3 reciprocal eV (V-1). In the group of people in critical condition
this value is 24.1 reciprocal eV. The confidence level of the obtained results is
p <0.05 by the t-criterion.
In 1992 Antonov performed experiments with the impact on tumor cells of a
mouse in water. There was a decrease of the spectrum compared with the
control sample of cells from a healthy mouse. Decrease was also observed in
the spectrum of the blood serum of terminally ill people to that of healthy
people. With the age increase of long-living blood relatives, the function of
distribution according to energies at -0.1387 eV decreases. With this group a
result was obtained at DNES -5.51,1 meV at an age difference of 20-25
years compared with the control group.

Most of the long-living people in Bulgaria inhabit the Rhodope Mountains.


One of the mountain waters, which have a spectrum similar to the spectrum of
healthy people blood serum in 8.95 m, is the water in the Rhodopes. The
mountain waters from Teteven, Boyana, etc., have similar parameters.
Nobel laureate Montagnier, Aissa, Del Giudice and co-authors researched the
transfer of information from an aqueous solution of DNA molecules to water.
An electromagnetic field with a frequency of 7 Hz was applied. Information
about DNA is obtained in water. According to the co-authors, information
about longevity can be reflected by the genome of centenarians in the water
spectrum. The structure of water in the human body also affects the length of
human life and is associated with it. Studies of blood serum with the DNES
method show that with an analysis of the average energy, the hydrogen bonds
and the function of distribution according to energies, one can analyze the
vital status of man and the life expectancy associated with it. Water in the
human body has spectrum carrying information about life. The influence of
the deuterium atoms in water on the human body is rather on the spectrum and
thence on the vital functions (Ignatov, Mosin, 2012).
The human organism spends nine months in the aquatic environment in the
mothers womb. During this stage the body contains the largest quantity of
water. It is quite possible that there is a correlation to the content of deuterium,
and the spectrum of blood serum in the mothers organism (Dr. Ignatov, Dr.
Mosin).
At this stage in the development of civilization stress has an impact on life
expectancy. Russian scientists Semihina and Krisheniuk have results of
alterations in the water spectrum in the presence of stress (Semihina,
Krisheniuk, 2005).

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Deuterium-depleted water: What is it?

AUGUST 7, 2013 BY MJ PANGMAN 7 COMMENTS


hydrogen vs deuteriumDeuterium is an isotope of hydrogen that contains a
proton and a neutron in the nucleus of the atom. The extra neutron doubles
the mass of the hydrogen atom.
It is well-known that due to its mass difference, deuterium (D) behaves
differently from hydrogen in chemical reactions (called the isotope effect). In
other words, deuterium can, in some ways, be considered as an
independent element. When deuterium combines with oxygen, the resulting
water is referred to as deuterium oxide or heavy water D2O. Semi-heavy

water results when one atom of hydrogen and one atom of deuterium
combine with oxygen: (HDO). Water made with deuterium tastes and looks
the same but has numerous distinguishing characteristics. For example:
Normal water boils at 100 C; heavy water boils at 101.4 C
heavy water
Left: Ice in normal water; Right: Ice in Heavy water
Normal water freezes at 0 C; heavy water freezes at 3.8 C.
Ice normally floats on the surface of water; ice made with heavy water
sinks.
Gilbert Lewis was the first to produce a pure sample of heavy water in the
1930s. He accurately predicted its toxic effects on living organisms. His
experiments showed that while tobacco seeds placed in typical water
sprouted over the course of two weeks, those placed in D2O did not sprout
at all. Tobacco seeds in 50/50 D2O sprouted slowly. Subsequent
experiments on cell cultures and living organisms determined that
increasing the deuterium concentration of the water in an organism could
disturb normal cell function. Higher concentrations were lethal. While all this
was interesting, most scientists considered deuterium to be so scarce that
the study of its biological effects were ignored until the 1990s.
Is deuterium really scarce?
On average, one out of every 6400 atoms of hydrogen is deuteriumthe
equivalent of one or two drops in a quart of water. That might seem like a
small proportionuntil you consider the amount of hydrogen in living
matter. One out of every 6400 atoms translates to a mass of deuterium five
times greater than the mass of calcium in human blood. When scientists
began to look at deuterium from this perspective, they became more
interested in its biological significance.
Deuterium and DNA
Although mainstream researchers have overlooked the long term effects of
low-level deuterium, research indicates that deuterium is coupled with DNA
mutation and subsequent DNA damage. Deuterium affects the shape of
molecules, including the shape of enzymesmany of which are involved in
DNA synthesis and repair. The presence of deuterium in these enzymes
slows DNA replication, it causes errors in transcription, and it hinders DNA
repair.
Deuterium also has an effect on biological processes through the
mechanism of hydrogen bonding. The bonds created by deuterium are
stronger than normal hydrogen bonds. Tighter deuterium bonding stiffens
proteins and requires more energy to break during metabolic reactions.
Hydrogen bonds play a major role in DNA structure and are responsible for

its helical shape. The class of enzymes and proteins that play a role in DNA
replication and repair make extensive use of hydrogen bondsanother
reason deuterium has negative effects on DNA.
Deuterium also interferes with normal proton movement in any proton
channelincluding the channels involved in ATP (energy) production. Its
presence causes the mechanism to stutter reducing efficiency. With
normal concentrations of deuterium, the stutter happens about once
every 15 seconds in every proton channel. Multiplied by the millions of
proton channels in a living organism, this approaches monumental
proportions. Given these affects (and others), deuterium is now thought to
play an important role in the progression of disease and aging.
Deuterium and Aging
The most widely accepted theory on aging supposes that the aging process
is correlated with a gradual accumulation of errors in DNA. According to Kirk
Goodall, a senior member of the technical staff with NASA, the number of
irreversible errors in the DNA sequence is directly influenced, by deuterium.
The lower the deuterium concentration, the lower the frequency of the
irreversible errors in DNA structures.
Biological effects of deuterium-depleted water (DDW)
Since water is a major source of hydrogen, and since most living organisms
are 50 75% water, scientists have begun to investigate the effects of
deuterium-depleted waterwater with a reduced amount of deuterium.
Discoveries in the last fifteen years have been groundbreaking. The
biological effects of deuterium-depleted water (DDW), sometimes referred to
as light water, have been highlighted in dozens of studies conducted on
plants, animals and humans. Experiments on plants show a general increase
in growth and productivityup to 200%. Experiments with chickens lead to
a 50% decrease in mortality and a near doubling in egg production.
Experiments with mice revealed increased life expectancy and an increase
in sexual activity. Ten years of research and clinical trials on humans in
Hungary by Dr. Gbor Somlyai and his colleges have identified positive
effects of DDW in treating diabetes and many types of cancer. His book,
Defeating Cancer: The Biological Effect of Deuterium Depletion, chronicles
the work. Not only does the consumption of DDW affect the progression of
many diseases and metabolic disorders (including hypertension, obesity,
and diabetes), according to research conducted in Russia, it also positively
affects energy production and immune function. A growing body of
evidence shows DDW stimulates skin regeneration, reduces inflammation
and slows aging. It also mitigates the damaging effects of radiation (nausea,
pain, hair loss).
What is deuterium-depleted water?
All natural water contains deuterium. The amount of deuterium varies from
90 ppm (parts per million) in melted Antarctic ice to 180 ppm in

underground water below the Sahara desert. Most water contains about 150
ppm. Water with a concentration less than 130 ppm is considered
deuterium-depleted. According to clinical work conducted in Hungary, Japan
and Russia, even this seemingly small reduction in deuterium content can
have a significant influence on a number of health parameters. Studies
conducted with concentrations between 25 and 125 ppm all show
response.
Natural deuterium depletion
Since evaporation favors hydrogen over the heavier deuterium, water vapor
is lower in deuterium. (Deuterium evaporates last and condenses first.) In
areas where there is a greater degree of evaporation (equator and deserts)
the deuterium content of the surface water is high. On the other hand,
where there is less evaporation (polar regions and mountains) the
deuterium concentration of the surface water is lower. Natural deuterium
concentration depends on a number of factors:
Temperature/Season Water in cold climates contains less deuterium than
water in warmer climates. Winter precipitation contains less deuterium than
summer precipitation.
Water source (fresh vs. ocean)Oceans contain more deuterium than fresh
water. The deuterium concentration in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean
remains fairly constant at 156 ppm. Polar oceans have a much lower
concentration.
AltitudeWater at high altitudes has less deuterium.
Distance from coastlineHeavier water precipitates first so the surface
water along western coastlines contains more deuterium than inland areas.
Distance from the equatorEquatorial waters contain more deuterium than
water at the poles.
Organisms in various parts of the world tend to have deuterium
concentrations comparable to the water in the area. However, both plants
and animals maintain a lower deuterium concentration than the surrounding
surface water. This indicates that organisms have a preference for a
deuterium-depleted status.
Is Hunza water Deuterium-depleted?
In the 1960s, a team of Soviet scientists studied two populations in different
parts of the world whose members lived to old age in a very healthful
conditions. The living habits of both populations were different, including
their diet, but they had one thing in common: both populations drank glacial
water with a significantly lower deuterium concentration. This is interesting
in light of the fact that the Hunza region in Pakistan has also been studied
for years in an attempt to identify a reason(s) for its long-lived, healthy

population. Inhabitants of the Hunza Valley live to be in their 90s while


maintaining an active lifestyle. This has always been attributed to their
water (glacial). Everything about Hunza water has been studied over the
years: mineral content, molecular structure, colloidal status, zeta potential,
etc. but no one has considered the deuterium content of the wateruntil
now. Hunza water is naturally deuterium depletedestimated to be about
133 ppm deuterium. According to recent studies, this reduced deuterium
concentration is enough to make a difference in numerous health
parameters.
Why drink deuterium-depleted water (DDW) ?
Research shows that consumption of DDW gradually reduces the deuterium
concentration in the human body. Over a period of weeks and months,
consumption of DDW allows the body to expel excessive deuterium from the
body. This could reduce the ongoing, adverse effects of deuterium (ie. DNA
errors during replication and repair). At the same time, a number of health
parameters may improve. Dr. Somlyais work in Hungary revealed that
healthy cells respond well to reduced amounts of deuterium in water.
However, cells with chromosomal mutations (cancer) are more sensitive to
deuterium depletion. Cancer cells, particularly tumor cells, cannot adapt
quickly resulting in tumor regression without any side effects on healthy
cells. Dr. Somlya and his colleagues also studied DDW for metabolic
disordersparticularly diabeteswith favorable results. From another
perspective, It makes sense that water with a reduced deuterium content
may have the capacity to transmit information more clearly. The extra
neutron may create a pucker in the liquid crystalline matrix that is
involved with information storage and transfer.
Where to get DDW
In Hungary and Romania, where DDW has been researched in clinical trials
for over 10 years, (and where it is an accepted treatment for cancer) bottled
DDW is widely available. Europe also now has a product called Preventa in
several different deuterium concentrations. But in the U.S. there is currently
no one producing DDW. However, a group in Colorado verified a natural
source of DDW. The water was tested to contain 135 ppm deuterium a
slight reduction from standard water that is typical of high mountain water.
The water, called Earths Royal Water, can be purchased online. You can buy
deuterium-free water (< 1 ppm deuterium) water from chemical stores but
the cost is prohibitive at $100.00 for 100 ml. You can also make your own.
Making your own DDW
Most DDW is made using modified distillation or electrolytic processes.
However, a Japanese patent for making DDW describes pumping water
through an apparatus at freezing temperatures so that the heavy water
freezes and adheres to the inner surface of the apparatus. Water without
deuterium remains liquid and can be separated from the heavy water.

Deuterium oxide (heavy water) has a freezing temperature of 3.8 C.


nearly 4 degrees higher than the temperature at which normal water
freezes. Following the logic of the Japanese patent, anyone can make DDW.
Heavy water can be separated as ice during the early stages of the freezing
process. Each time the water is frozen more deuterium is removed.
The authors of Dancing with Water have found that structuring water first
and then enriching it with hydrogen creates a tight molecular matrix that
weakens deuterium bonds and expedites the above separation process.
When water is hydrogen-rich, greater amounts of deuterium can be
removed with each freeze. Additionally, placement of the water in the full
sun for hour at the beginning of the process and in between freezing
cycles, further weakens deuterium bonds. Only 2 freezing cycles are
required to make DDW at levels that have been used in research. Here is our
process:
How to Make your own Deuterium-depleted water (DDW)
Fill a gallon jug full of good (filtered, distilled, RO or spring) water
structured using any of the methods mentioned in Dancing with Water.
(Remember to add unprocessed salts prior to structuringespecially if the
water you are using is distilled or RO. Bamboo salt is especially suited to the
deuterium-depletion process.)
Enrich the water with hydrogen by adding 3-4 drops of Crystal Energy and
allowing it to sit overnight. (You can also use a hydrogen stick or shungite to
enrich the water with hydrogen. The authors like Crystal Energy for this
purpose because it is easy but they also add a 30 gram bag of elite shungite
to the jug. This further balances the water; it adds more hydrogen, and it
tends to grab some of the deuterium that is released. If you use shungite,
for making DDW, be sure to cleanse it in the sun every couple of days as it
will become burdened with deuterium; full sun seems to clear deuterium
better than running water.)
The next morning, shake the jug, cover it loosely for air exchange and place
it outside in the full sun for hour. (Agitation and sunlight gently ionize the
water loosening hydrogen/deuterium bonds.)
Place the jug in a freezer, making sure the lid is loose to allow the release of
pressure from expansion.
Allow the water to begin freezingjust enough so that the surface and outer
edges form a thin crust of ice. (A Russian company advises that all you need
is to freeze 2-3% of the water; the frozen part will contain a significant
percentage of the heavy water. Note how long this takes so you can set a
timer for later batches.)
Remove the jug from the freezer and pour off the light water leaving the
ice behind to be discarded. (Use a sieve to catch loose ice pieces.) This
completes the first cycle.

Place light water in another jug, shake again, and put in the full sun for
another hour. (The process of expansion and contraction releases
deuterium, in a similar manner to the way deuterium depletion is
accomplished at high altitudes in glacial ice.)
Place in the freezer again until a thin crust of ice appears. Pour off the
water, as before, and discard the ice. You now have DDW water.
Water produced in this manner (using 2 freezing cycles) is usually between
100 and 125 ppm deuterium and is ready to be consumed. You can
complete a third cycle but each time you freeze you remove less deuterium,
so 2 cycles is the most efficient; it produces DDW at a concentration that is
balanced for consumption. This water can be further enhanced using a
Water Cradle and/or any of the enhancements mentioned in Dancing with
Water (book and/or website.).
Note: In our experience, if you do not enrich the water with hydrogen, it
takes 4 cycles of freezing to accomplish a similar level of deuterium
depletion.
How much to drink
Those who advocate drinking DDW on a prophylactic basis, recommend 1
liter/day (100 ppm deuterium or less) for at least 1-2 months every year. For
regenerative benefits, drink DDW for 8 months out of every year (preferably
March-October). Healthy individuals may notice more energy, better sleep,
improvements in mental clarity, and heightened immune response. There
are no contraindications. Those with health issues should consider the
regular consumption of more than 1 liter/day for a longer duration. They
may want to read Dr. Somlyais book for information on the protocols used
during clinical trials.
An international patent search reveals that DDW is being incorporated in a
variety of food preparations, including beer and soy sauce, for the purpose
of improving health. It is also being used in the formulation of skin care
products with success on many skin conditions. You can use DDW in your
tea, soups and other food preparations. It can also be incorporated in a
variety of homemade personal care products.
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May 27, 2014 at 9:17 am
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Gail says:
December 25, 2014 at 11:24 am
By putting more Hydrogen in the water does that make for more deuterium
or are they separate entitiies? I cant get enough of your info!!!
Thanks MJ

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MJ Pangman says:
March 15, 2015 at 6:56 pm
Gail: Adding hydrogen during the process somehow helps to release
deuterium
Several have asked about a simple test to tell how much deuterium is being
removed from the water. Unfortunately deuterium is measured using
spectrometry not a test you can do at home.

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Gedeon Rok says:
June 4, 2015 at 3:01 am

There was the 3rd International Congress on Deuterium Depletion in 2015


http://www.deuteriumdepletion.com/program.php

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David says:
February 6, 2016 at 12:54 pm
Fascinating information thank you. What do you think of the electric
hydrogen makers on the market? There seems to be an abundance of them.
I am not sure how they work but get the impression that they split the water
molecule into oxygen and hydrogen.

If we were supposed to consume more hydrogen would nature not have


added more to the air or a different ration in our water supply?

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MJ Pangman says:
February 6, 2016 at 2:01 pm
Hydrogen is most often produced by electrolysis (the splitting of the water
molecule) although there are variations on the theme. A good article can be
found here: http://energy.gov/eere/fuelcells/hydrogen-productionelectrolysis. There is significant evidence to indicate that the early Earth
atmosphere contained MUCH more hydrogen that it does today (see page
70 in Dancing with Water)

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Guillermo Buitron says:
March 7, 2016 at 9:07 pm
Would anyone know where in USA I can have water tested for determining
deuterium levels? Thanks in advance. Giermo

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