Innovation

How to Improve Vision – New Treatment Protocol

Inventor, Rob Gourley, at the recommendation of Dr. Walter Campbell, has created more sophisticated eye goggles compared to his original ones earlier this year. The newest goggles that are  an accessory to the WIT 10-cell Machine used in health clinics, also has a tube connection to a nebulizer centrifuge filled with the Polarized Water and […]

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Nanodoses – New Horizon in Medicine Using Electromagnetically Activated Water

One of our astute Watt-Ahh customers called us on the day when this new article and video appeared on Dr. Mercola’s website. George excitedly told Rob Gourley that the scientists are supporting Rob’s theories that the nano-structure of the Polarized Water (electromagnetically activated) can create homeopathic medicines. Small doses of medicinal agents or “nanodoses” can […]

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How to Improve Vision

Inventor, Rob Gourley, at the recommendation of Dr. Walter Campbell, has created more sophisticated eye goggles compared to his original ones earlier this year. The newest goggles that are  an accessory to the WIT 10-cell Machine used in health clinics, also has a tube connection to a nebulizer centrifuge filled with the Polarized Water and […]

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Caveman Trivia – The Results

Our question that was posted on AquaNew’s Facebook Page last weekend: Ancient man did not have antibiotic drugs but mankind survived. Question: What is the chemical compound made in ancient man that is also made by our own bodies, and defends against bad bacteria? Drum Roll, Please! The answer is: Hydrogen Peroxide Our own bodies […]

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Cosmic Watt-Ahh

Recently, keynote speakers at space alien conferences and on Gaia videos along with social media are calling Watt-Ahh “plasma gas water”. It has intrigued us too. Candidly, we had to check from reliable on-line sources what is considered “plasma” since we try to be diligent in providing reasonable scientific disclosures about the Dioxytetrahydride Gas that […]

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Electrons and Blood Circulation

A full pallet of Watt-Ahh (672 liter-sized bottles) is on its way to Hong Kong. I had to ask the merchant if his customers are interested in having pure water from the United States. He explained instead that it is more in the fascination with the metaphysical … knowing the presence of electrons embedded in […]

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Right to Try Act

Today (May 30, 2018) is a major health milestone. Terminally-ill patients now have access to experimental drugs and devices shown to have great promise without having to travel abroad for treatment. The “Tricket Wendler, Frank Mongiello, Jordan McLinn and Matthew Bellina” or the “Right to Try” Bill was signed by President Trump in the presence […]

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Nourishing the Eyes

Dr. Walter “Buck” Campbell, DAOM, uses the WIT Technology in his clinic located in Hollywood, FL. His patients wear adapted swim goggles to disperse the Dioxytetrahydride Gas across their eyes. Dr. Buck’s therapies seem to help those with either low vision or eye inflammation issues. Dr. Buck was recently interviewed by Kylar Productions’ Amanda Roxborough […]

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Energy for Healthier Red Blood Platelets

Millions of persons worldwide experience adverse symptoms of sickle cell disorders. Even more are born with the sickle cell trait (SCT). The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates about one in 13 Black or African-American babies are born with SCT. The disorder can cause round red blood cells to contort into a sickle […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for April 2018: Backyard Bubble Play with the Kids

Background: Bubbles  involve a delicate network of electrical connections between the soap film and surrounding air. Bubbles transport gas (air) into water. The sound of ocean waves crashing onto the beach comes from popping of bubbles that transfer gases from the atmosphere to the water … think of champagne in a glass and popping bubbles […]

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