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Why is it Called Double Helix Water?

November 28, 2012

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0:06 Why is it Called Double Helix Water? 0:06 Welcome back, I’m David Gann, CEO of D&Y Laboratories. We’re the manufacturers of Double Helix Water. 0:15 Now, if you watched the last video you know that Double Helix Water is exactly that, 0:21 it is water, it is not a curative agent, it is not […]

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Homeopathy in Practice

May 17, 2011

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The Secret of Life has been the foundation of philosophy and medicine throughout history. The Chinese called it chi; the Japanese, qi; the Indians, prana; and Wilhelm Reich, orgone. Much of medicine before 1940 was rather pragmatic empirical practice with many errors.

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Double Helix Water and Stable Water Clusters

May 17, 2011

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Stable Water Clusters are defined as nanometer-sized, rigid, ice-like (but formed at room temperature) water clusters that demonstrate a measurable polar charge. Stable Water Clusters are created by a patent pending and proprietary processes done in an ultra-clean environment.

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The Secret of Life

May 17, 2011

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Norman Shealy, MD, PhD and Founding President of the American Holistic Medical Association wrote a foreword to our book, Double-Helix Water, Has the 200-year-old mystery of homeopathy been solved? I have included it here as an introduction for this article.

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Double-Helix Water Simplified

August 17, 2010

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Our extensive research venture to achieve a comprehensive understanding of the molecular structure of water has resulted in what we have termed Double-Helix Water™. I encourage you to read our book, Double-Helix Water™: Has the 200-Year-Old Mystery of Homeopathy Been Solved? It is the precise summation of our discovery of an unknown “phase” of water.

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Double Helix Water Explained

August 17, 2010

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Several people have asked me to write a simple explanation of Double-Helix Water. The question is normally along the lines of “Can’t you just write something simple? We just want to know what’s in it and how it works.”

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