The Bio-electronic analysis of L.C. Vincent
Pure water is formed from two atoms of hydrogen and one of oxygen, but the water that is found naturally on our planet also has many other substances. For example, the fresh water commonly found in wells, rivers, and lakes also contains bacteria, inorganic minerals, heavy metals, hydrocarbons and many other pollutants.
When it comes to mineral waters, the lower is the value of the fixed residue, the lighter the water will be. Furthermore, to properly assess the “quality” of the water, other important parameters must also be considered. After years of studies and data collection far and wide, professor L.C. Vincent, an internationally renowned French hydrologist, found that the mortality rates from all disease is directly linked to the quality of water a population consumes. Mortality also increases when water is very mineralized and treated artificially by physical and chemical processes. He developed a technique called Bio-electronics, whose rules apply to all aqueous media.
Vincent’s technique consists of measuring the three parameters necessary to classify an aqueous solution with an electronic device:
– pH: which measures the acidity or alkalinity
– rH2: which indicates the ratio of oxidation to reduction and defines the exchange capacity between organic components
– Ro: resistivity, or electrical resistance, is the ability to transmit an electric current
According to Vincent’s Bio-electronic analysis, the values of Plose water indicate excellent quality: Ro = 35,000 ohms, rH2 = 27, pH = 6.6 (energy value 4.89 uWatt). In fact the minor is the energy value uWatt, the major is the water quality.