It is well known that the health of a plant depends on hydration. Peter C. Agre, an American medical doctor, professor and molecular biologist, won the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2003 for his fortuitous discovery of aquaporins, a class of membrane proteins that form “pores” permeable to water molecules in biological membranes.
A plant’s aquaporins are microchannels that carry water and nutrients through cell walls, leaving good water (H-) in and bad water (H +) outside. When the molecule is positively charged and forms a clump, aquaporin rejects it and prevents it from passing through the cell membrane. As a result, water molecules compete to remain electrons and cluster together.
Hydration at a cellular level can only receive one molecule of water at a time, through the aquaporin channel. This single water molecule cannot carry anything physical or electrical with it. All it carries is energy, or vibration, and things that are good for life.
Unlike regular tap water, which contains clumps of water molecules, structured water products made by Natural Action Technologies break down clumps of water, which provides super hydration for plants, animals and humans. By restructuring water at a molecular level, the Structured Water Unit revitalizes the water by restoring the beneficial NEGATIVE (H-) hydrogen ions, making water easily accessible for maximum uptake by plants and animals.