It Looks Like This Special Type of Water Does Possess Healing Powers
December 10th, 2014 by Holly Cornish
Without oxygen, you’d be dead in about 6 minutes. It’s that critical for life.
Yet scientists believe most people are perpetually short of the oxygen they need to enjoy peak health, vitality, and longevity. Recently, I came across a remarkable new remedy – a new “special” type of water — that boosts your oxygen levels.
Yes, it sounds unlikely and unscientific. But stay with me, because I think there’s something to it.
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This new therapy appears to be a breakthrough that radically slashes your risk of diseases linked to low oxygen, just by improving one simple thing you already do every day – drinking water.
The treatment shows promise for the chronically ill as well as for healthy people and athletes simply looking for better health or a performance edge.
Oxygen deficiency has long been linked to disease, going back to Dr. Otto Heinrich Warburg in 1931, when he won the Nobel Prize for showing that cancer is caused by a lack of oxygen respiration in cells.
He said that in normal cells, the replacement of oxygen respiration with the fermentation of sugar was a cause of cancer… that normal cells meet their energy needs with oxygen, while abnormal ones meet their needs (mostly) by fermentation.
Or – to put a bit more scientifically — normal cells are obligate aerobes, but cancer cells are partial anaerobes.
Is this the hidden cause of
your low energy?
Unlike plants, your body needs to “burn” oxygen in every cell in order to produce the energy each organ uses to perform its unique function, from digestion to memory.
Your cells (excluding your red blood cells) each contain from 50 to 5,000 little “power plants” called mitochondria that produce the fuel needed for your cells to function.
They demand oxygen as their raw material, but if they must, they can ferment sugar to produce energy. And they’ll do exactly that in the face of oxygen depletion. They’ll thrive on fermented sugar. Then, because this situation is not optimal, your cells’ energy levels drop. They get tired, fatigued, with nothing left to give.
If you’re low on oxygen (which happens more easily than you might think), your cells go into anaerobic mode, triggering a cascade of negative results. First, it slows your cells’ energy production. That slowdown leads to an aging body and many kinds of illness – including cancer.
So although fermentation lets these cells survive, they no longer function at their best. Instead of performing their regular job or communicating properly with other cells, their “job” becomes to replicate and grow. And that can lead to cancer.
Breathing is not the only way
to improve oxygen levels
Most people think of oxygen as a gas. But it can also be found in liquid form.
Researchers at MIT and Stanford University showed that cell oxygenation happens 10 times faster if you drink oxygen instead of breathe it.
Yes – I know – it sounds wacky. I thought so, too. But this new remedy has some remarkable clinical data behind it.
The quality and quantity of oxygen absorption into your liver and intestine is 6 times greater when you drink properly oxygenated water than when you breathe it.
That’s no doubt been an impetus behind recent attempts to increase the oxygen content in water. Today, several brands of water claim to be oxygenated, but have failed to live up to scientific scrutiny.
If you use a mechanism that simply charges the water with oxygen in gas form, it dissipates very quickly. Likewise, waters treated with ozone tend to release their ozone very quickly upon opening the bottle. (That’s the “poof” you hear when you open carbonated water.)
This secret makes water “wetter”
and your health better
One kind of water emerged recently that contains remarkably stable high oxygen levels. It is called Kaqun (pronounced Kah-coon. And, yes, the name was inspired by the movie). According to its makers, Kaqun water offers a structure and benefits other waters do not.
Kaqun was developed in Hungary by a team of doctors and researchers. It’s been studied for more than 20 years, and involves a partial change in the molecular structure of the water. Without getting too technical, here’s what Kaqun water is…
Kaqun water is normal, drinkable, purified, filtered water.
But… it’s enriched with oxygen by means of a special patented technology. In brief, filtered water is led through an electric and magnetic field operating at a specific frequency. The water then stays between catalyzers for a specified amount of time.
In the end, the process produces smaller, more stable water clusters consisting of 6 to 9 molecules, and water that’s alkaline (7.8 to 8.2 pH).
In the course of the structural change, oxygen atoms are freed from their bonds and stored inside the tiny cluster. The large clusters break down so they are able to penetrate your cell membranes, but they still retain the oxygen stored within them.
The structure of this water is called a cluster. Its basic structure is a tetrahedron – 4 water molecules form the structure H8O4. These clusters remain stable for long periods of time.
Because of the cluster’s small size, it can more easily penetrate cell membranes, or, alternatively, it can remain in the intercellular space.
To sum up, Kaqun water:
Kaqun water remains stable for over a year under normal conditions (room temperature, no extreme heat or cold).
Two ways to absorb…
Kaqun can be delivered to your body two ways – through your skin and through your stomach.
For chronically or seriously ill patients, bath therapies are recommended in addition to the drinking water. The skin’s capillaries quickly absorb high levels of oxygen during prolonged immersion in Kaqun water at exactly body temperature.
Bathing in Kaqun water helps patients with severe skin conditions to improve greatly. Participants took three 50-minute baths per day for two weeks. These included burns, lymphoma, varicose ulcers, physical trauma, and viral, bacterial, and fungal infections.
The bathing regimen also helped remediate several kinds of cancer (breast, colon, ovarian, cervical, and carcinoma), as well as cognitive decline.
In healthy volunteers, studies showed that drinking Kaqun water enhanced tissue oxygenation, because sooner or later poor oxygenation will catch up with you. The oxygen in the water penetrates the mucous membranes of your stomach and GI tract to reach your tissues.
I have a confession to make. . .
I confess my eyes tend to glaze over when someone starts yammering about some “special water” that’s supposed to cure cancer or other diseases. There are legions of these people in the alternative health world. If you want to pay Champagne prices for water, you came to the right place.
So last September when I saw the Kaqun presentation coming up next at the Cancer Control Society convention, I was prepared for the worst. Instead, I got a pleasant surprise and even a bit of a shock. It looks like there’s something to this. I was impressed by the people, the science, and the case studies they presented of patients who experienced healing.
I’m thinking of going to Hungary for the full spa treatment, if I can get the time.
Backed by science…
Kaqun water is currently the only water that’s undergone more than 10 years of clinical and animal studies, including both healthy volunteers and those with significant health challenges.
In a person who suffers from a disease, the mitochondria are often trapped in a perpetual low energy state. The oxygen in the water helps to increase the membrane’s energy potential. It takes a “jolt” to push your low energy levels higher. Once you’re ill, this is not something you can do through drinking regular water or exercising.
Even healthy volunteers showed dramatic improvements in oxygen saturation, reaction times, cognition, and blood pressure (both systolic and diastolic).
According to its advocates, regular use of Kaqun water facilitates ongoing cellular repair and regeneration, aids the detoxification process, and refreshes and re-energizes your body. It may also reduce inflammation and allergies.
Kaqun water contains no chemicals or toxic materials. And there’s no indication that it interferes with other therapies.
At this point, Kaqun bath facilities are not available in the U.S. You’ll have to go to Hungary or Italy for that. But there is talk of opening a U.S. spa sometime in 2015.
Kaqun drinking water, however, is available in the U.S. through Kaqun distributors. It may be worth looking into, because so many of us are low on oxygen without knowing it. . .
Reasons for low oxygen
(even though you breathe regularly)
Entire textbooks have been written about the benefits of oxygen and oxygen therapies for many health conditions, including cancer, infections, cardiac rehab, burns, and more.
Yet some doctors think almost everyone is oxygen deprived. You might argue with that, saying you’re fine and you breathe normally.
But there are some surprising causes of oxygen deprivation that might change your mind:
1. Some scientists believe that the atmospheric level of oxygen has dropped by 33% since the beginning of advanced forms of life. And in polluted cities, oxygen levels may have plummeted by 50%. Scientists blame this on desertification and deforestation.
2. Poor breathing habits – shallow breathing and holding your breath. Stress, fear, worry, and anxiety can promote shallow breathing. Some people are under so much stress they literally hold their breath off and on all day, without realizing it.
3. Sleep apnea – obviously related to #2, but this one happens unconsciously during sleep.
4. A sedentary lifestyle. Those with the worst breathing habits are usually those who don’t exercise. Exercise helps deliver more oxygen to your body’s cells. Even mild exercise is helpful.
5. Poor posture. If you work at a desk all day, bent over your computer with slumped shoulders, your chest gets squeezed, preventing you from fully oxygenating.
6. Working in low oxygen environments. Breathing recycled office air (rather than fresh air from outside) and being around machines and equipment that use up oxygen will lower the oxygen supply in your daily workspace.
7. Lung and bronchial problems may reduce your lung capacity.
But here’s something else hardly anyone thinks about…
Sufficient oxygen isn’t enough. You also need healthy blood circulation and adequate hydration to carry the oxygen to all the tissues and cells it needs to reach.
It looks to me like Kaqun water might help. I’m intrigued, I’ll say that much.
Lee Euler, Publisher