Biophotons - a guiding light to Aǹalemma water
What are Biophotons?
All light comes from somewhere, or rather, some thing, an energy-combusting source such as a simple desk lamp or the Sun. But did you know that living beings also produce light? Anything from bacterial cells to human tissues emits faint but measurable amounts of light in the near UV to near IR range. This passive fluorescence is known under the name biophotons – derived from the words “bio,” meaning life, and “photon,” which is a basic unit of light.
Biophoton emission has been associated with various cellular processes, most notably oxidative metabolic reactions. The proposed primary site of biophoton production are mitochondria, specialized organelles which use electron transport chains and proton gradients to create adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which powers cellular processes. Living beings are masters of converting energy, and as part of that process, we seem to glow from within.
A seed of an idea
The discovery of Aǹalemma water was in many ways a byproduct of biophoton research. Our early biophoton experiments were based on a simple biological model – a plant seed. This dense bundle of matter holds potential for something much bigger than itself, but in order to grow, it needs sunlight and water.
The research consisted of inducing germination by exposing seeds to water and studying the patterns of biophotons emitted by the growing plant. Eventually, the researchers realized that by treating seeds with different kinds of water, they could influence the young plant’s physiological response, which changed its pattern of biophoton emission. This was the first step towards designing the procedure that would eventually create stable coherent water known as Aǹalemma.
Revitalized water for revitalized food
When we analyze biophoton emissions of different plant tissues, we are looking at different components of the phenomenon, such as spontaneous emission and delayed luminescence. Together, these parameters paint a picture of the overall energy state, or vitality, of the organism that’s being studied.
Our more recent research included fruits of plants that had been watered with coherent water. By analyzing different light emission patterns of these fruits, we could assess their mitochondrial activity, and therefore their energy storage capacity. For instance, experiments on cherry tomatoes showed that watering plants with Aǹalemma water boosts biophoton emission of their fruits by up to 60%!
Biophoton research has been of utmost importance for the creation and development of Aǹalemma water. Today, we use biophoton assays as standardized tests for analyzing the quality and stability of the “mother water” that lies at the heart of all of our products.
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