Micro-optical Analysis of dehumidified PI®-Water Drops by Dipl.-Ing. Sabine Normann-Schmidt

Prop­er­ties of a mate­r­i­al includ­ing water are accord­ing to Dipl.-Ing. Sabine Nor­mann-Schmidt a mat­ter of its struc­ture. The micro-opti­cal research using a dark-field micro­scope and dried PI®-Water droplets proved the abil­i­ty of PI®-Technology to change the struc­ture of water.

The body of water is not just struc­tured by the ingre­di­ents but ener­get­i­cal­ly as well. The ingre­di­ents with their spe­cif­ic elec­tro­mag­net­ic oscil­la­tion while being in motion arrange them­selves inside the water’s ener­gy fields and get more and more fixed dur­ing the des­ic­ca­tion process. This cre­ates a char­ac­ter­is­tic struc­tur­al image of the spe­cif­ic water drop, which exact­ly reflects its arrange­ment sys­tem — so to speak its “per­son­al­i­ty”.

Dipl.-Ing. Nor­man-Schmidt con­clud­ed that the PI®-Water is an unusu­al­ly dif­fer­en­ti­at­ed, mul­ti-lev­el struc­tured and ener­gy rich water. This was not even close­ly observed in any oth­er water sam­ple.

Dipl.-Ing. Sabine NOR­MANN-SCHMIDT
ACO DE PAOU, Insti­tut de Recher­ché et Développe­ment Ecologique, Valernes, Frankre­ich