Nobody was shocked to see a sharp jump in cancer rates in the area following the Chornobyl disaster in 1986. But a small portion of those who did not develop cancer surprised the local doctors. What made these folks differently, and how did they avoid the dreadful fate many others suffered around them?
A group of experts, led by Dr. Igor Smirnov, traveled there to conduct research. All individuals who did not acquire cancer drank water from the same source, which shocked everyone and led to some unexpected findings about how the disease develops in the human body. The cancer prevention did indeed seem to be due to something in the water or something about the water itself. The expression “there’s something in the water” is applicable in this situation!
By using MRET (Molecular Resonance Effect Technology) activated water as a dietary countermeasure to attenuate acute radiation risks, the study aimed to reduce the uncertainty in risk projections for cancer and acute radiation hazards. The main goal was to demonstrate how MRET-activated water can be used to lower the risk of DNA damage processing, which is what causes radiation impacts in general.
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Dr. Smirnov gathered samples of the spring water consumed by those who did not develop cancer and found that the arrangement of the water molecules appeared to be the main distinction. This area’s water molecules were ordered into a single file, linear configuration as they passed through the rocks.
So how does the human body profit from this single-file structure? Due to their descriptions of the cellular aquaporin channels, two American researchers shared the Nobel Prize in 1993. Several billion water particles can enter the cells each second through these channels. However, the ions are mediated when they enter the cell in a single-file line.
For Dr. Smirnov, it was a significant “lightbulb moment”! We already knew that healthy cells could heal themselves, but dehydrated cells were vulnerable to illness and weakened. Dr. Smirnov now recognized why certain bodies could mend themselves while others could not. The water’s molecular composition held the key.
MRET water, known as Molecular Resonance Effect Technology, was the next invention. Water molecules precisely align when exposed to a faint electromagnetic wave of low intensity. In clinical experiments, mice given the MRET water developed cancer 50% less frequently than mice in a control group and lived 70% longer.
MRET Activated Distilled Water’s Profound Anti-Tumor Effect was similar to how chemotherapeutic medicines acted on mice and prevented unwanted effects. That frequently follows oncology chemotherapy treatment. Therefore, it is safe to claim that using activated water in vaccinations that do not employ pharmaceuticals to excite NK cells can be a promising method.