We studied the brainwaves of two twins. In the experiment, one twin consumed regular water, and the other twin consumed coherent water. The experiment showed a change in delta and theta brainwaves in a twin that consumed coherent water after a single day.
The treatment of a coherent water sample took place a few weeks prior to the experiment. Neither the participants nor the scientist conducting the experiment were informed which water sample was a coherent one. A positive difference in the balance between the left and the right side of the brain in the twin consuming the coherent water was noticeable within a few hours of the initial consumption.
The positive effect persisted for a while. Two weeks later, the other twin was asked to consume the coherent water, and the positive effect in balance was also visible. When the twin was consuming only the mineral water, tests showed no positive effect on the brain balance whatsoever. On the other hand, the consumption of coherent water showed a positive effect in both twins.