The picture of the sample slide above was taken with a Scanning Electron Microscope. The large oblong mass in the middle of the slide is the body of the bacteria and the small point-like structures are Stable Water Clusters found in Double Helix Water, sticking to and surrounding the bacterial mass, preventing it from growing any further. The Stable Water Clusters in this slide have actually started to break down the bacteria, rupturing the protein sack surrounding the bacteria and causing the body of bacteria to spill out across the slide; similar to a cracked egg—ultimately killing the bacteria. It is amazing how this water has demonstrated such an antibacterial action.
These images were sent in by a skin care specialist in Naples, Florida, who decided to do a live blood test. She got a live blood sample from a patient and took a picture (top left), then put 3 drops of Double Helix Water in 8 oz of water, had the patient drink it, waited 20 min, then took another live blood sample and took the picture on the top right.
The condition you see in the first picture is called Roleaux, it refers to a medical condition where red blood cells, also called erythrocytes, stick together, yielding an appearance similar to a stack of coins. This is an unhealthy condition with many possible causes. The primary job of red blood cells (RBC) is to transport oxygen throughout the body. When RBCs can’t float freely, they can’t perform this job properly, and this can result in illness and disease.