How is structured water different from rain water?
Asked a year ago
It seems like structured water and rain water should share a lot of the same qualities. Are they at all different from each other? If so, how?
Saturday, May 28, 2022
The word "structured" refers to the shape of the water molecule. Structured water is also known as hexagonal water and forms a hexagonal cluster. Structured water shares similarities with water that hasn't been contaminated by human processes, like water from a natural spring. Rainwater has a structure, but it is affected by the chemical pollution from the environment.
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