Structured water is a molecular arrangement of water molecules that exists when water is near hydrophilic (water-loving) surfaces. Much like ice, water molecules join together in hexagonally structured single-layer sheets. Unlike ice, however, the sheets are flexible and move independently as they are not glued together by protons. A large amount of the water in your body is structured water as your bodily tissues and cell membranes are hydrophilic.

The totality of structured water does not just include the hexagonal sheets of water molecules mentioned earlier, but also the water immediately surrounding them. As the hexagonal layers grow, protons are ejected into the nearby water. This creates a most unexpected phenomenon - an electrical potential (voltage) between the structured water and the water surrounding it. In other words, structured water stores energy, much like a battery.

Structured water as we define it contains both structured regions and unstructured regions within a bulk volume of water, just as it would be found in nature and in your body.

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