New easy-to-use dropper bottles are provided with a new potent and concentrated formulation of Double Helix Water® . Each of these new bottles contains 37% more Stable Water Clusters, over a third more! Your bottle of Double Helix Water® will last much longer.
Tag Archives: Stable Water Clusters
June 11, 2012
March 17, 2012
How a young woman’s cold hands and aching joints were affected by the use of stable-water-clusters in a scientific water study by Dr. Shui Yin Lo.
March 14, 2012
A new kind of face and body cream presents a promising innovation for natural skin care. In Double Helix Water Cream, the stable water clusters contained in Double Helix Water synergistically work with various herbs, oils, vitamins, minerals, polysaccharides, and antioxidants to help soothe and soften your skin, restore tightness and elasticity, and help it […]
July 18, 2011
Double Helix Water is rapidly gaining international recognition and use. As of recently it is now for sale and used in Germany, Holland, France, Sweden, and Denmark. Why? Because it produces results. As we are touching upon the field of natural health, it is virtually impossible to make claims without getting into legal complications. It […]
June 14, 2011
Double Helix Water is a unique form of ultra-pure-water containing microscopic concentrated stable water clusters first introduced in the International Journal of Physics, Physics Letters A, October 2009 by engineer David L. Gann and Particle Physicist Dr. Shui-yin Lo PhD. In the words of C. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD., neurosurgeon and founder of the American […]
May 17, 2011
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.
January 9, 2011
Autism can manifest itself in various ways, autism patients can have very different symptoms, one to the next. Health care providers consider autism a spectrum disorder, which is defined as a group of disorders with similar manifestations. One person can have autism, but exhibit only very mild symptoms, while another may have autism but exhibit […]