Water Swirlers experts | From Viktor Schauberberger to Wilfried Hacheney
When it comes to the nature of water, it is not only the chemical level - i.e. the substances contained - that is decisive. The physical structure of the water also plays a decisive role.
Austrian researcher Viktor Schauberger discovered that natural water in streams and springs is centripetally swirled and that this state can be restored artificially with the help of suitable water swirlers.
This discovery is also relevant for our drinking water - because the colder and smaller it is, the better the carrier of physical information. Water with centripetal vortexes is considered hexagonal water. It consists mainly of small, hexagonal molecular clusters. Such a molecular structure has the advantage of allowing the water to penetrate human cells much faster when drinking. As a result, it becomes more digestible and can be used more efficiently by the body.