The structure of plasma water
resembles melting glacier water, but unlike glacier water, the structure of plasma water lasts for months and therefore does not lose its beneficial properties over time.
Plasma water works by allowing its molecules to penetrate cell membranes more quickly and better to the tissues.
Such water is an excellent solvent of substances necessary for the proper functioning of cells in the continuous process of replacing “used up” cells with new ones (process of apoptosis).
Moreover, it is known that any substance to be biologically active must dissolve in water and plasma water dissolves them very well.
Additionally singlet oxygen contained in plasma water is a very reactive form of oxygen and plays a large role in cell metabolism.