Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is a physical phenomenon used as a scientific method to measure the electromagnetic radiation emitted by the magnetic nuclei of molecular structure.
NMR is one of the principal techniques used to obtain physical, chemical, electronic and structural information about molecules due to either the chemical shift, Zeeman effect, or the Knight shift effect, or a combination of both, on the resonant frequencies of the nuclei present in the sample. It is a powerful technique that can provide detailed information on the topology, dynamics and three-dimensional structure of molecules in solution and the solid state.
NMR O17 is used to test the water cluster size, and hence make a determination of the molecular arrangement of the water under test, providing a measure of the quality and purity of the water [30].
NMR O17 can show that water clusters

increase or decrease according to the specific treatment process, and hence indicate the underlying energetics and quality of the water.
The line width in Hz is used to determine the change in the water through NMR testing. A line width of 50Hz to 60Hz is closer to water’s natural state, and better for human consumption. Water with a line width above 70Hz and more than 100Hz is common through man-made filtering and cleaning processes, which whilst treating the water, also de-structures the water into a more unnatural and unhealthy configuration.
It can be seen from the results that common tap water, used as both the control and to be activated, tested before and after the experimentation with a line width of 68Hz at an ambient temperature of 22C.
A sample of the control water was then exposed to the ELI Guardian technology samples in a set manner and for prescribed time and exposure to cellular and Wi-Fi radiation, and at ambient

temperature of 22C.
The NMR results show that the ELI Guardian technology transformed the water with new tested line width of 59Hz, closer to that of natural water dynamics.
Energised or Activated water has a smaller cluster size, with higher stored energy, and more available oxygen. The water is activated through using the energy and oxygen availability already present in the water. Activation results in the re-structuring of the water dynamics through the imprinted message in order to re-generate the bulk body of the water closer to its natural state.
The ELI Guardian technology when tested on water samples using NMR O17 shows a clear, repeatable, and sustained reduction in the water cluster size, suggesting that the water has been imprinted by the electromagnetic signature generator with a transformation towards that of natural water.

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance