Hydrogen Bond Angle and the Inventor
Evidenced by the US Patent Office and the 13 patents which John Ellis owns on his steel distillers worldwide shows that less than 20 to 30 drops of cold water every 20 seconds into the boiling water takes only seconds to open the hydrogen bond angle from 104° to 114°. (Always drink water with a hydrogen bond angle above 108° because water with a bond angle above 108° kills the toxins in our food supply by eliminating the effect of pathogens
from our food supply because oxygen mixes with the superior blood flow to the extremities of our body.
Sloan Kettering used the Ellis water to reconstruct dried blood for the military because of its unique qualities. Also, it easily goes through the membranes of your skin where ordinary blood won’t. Again, that’s why you should always drink water with a hydrogen bond angle of 108°. It saves lives because it lower the pressure and cause more energy to penetrate the membranes of the skin into the cells of the extremities. (This analysis was proven by Sloan Kettering oncologists who used dried blood re-liquefied with oxygenated water confirming this combination killed all pathogen spores from the wounds they suffered on the battlefield.)
Hydrogen Bond Angle
Hydrogen Bond Angle
Using our patented distillers, the bond angle will expand to 113° to 114°–but when the water cools, the bond angle will remain at 113.8° to 114°. In other words, the expansion of the bond angle is permanent.
Dr. Guy Abraham, MD (UCLA Medical School) did the independent studies. Abraham used five Electron 5 distillers and continued running hundreds of blood tests at UCLA. His conclusion was voiced in a letter to John Ellis:
“You can’t argue with something you can measure. The results speak for themselves. We can measure the ability of blood (which is 94% water) to go through a membrane and into the cells. Nothing is even close to your water. Your hydrogen bond angle is 10 degrees greater than ordinary water. No wonder we’re getting these results. You changed the properties of water!
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