DiTetra Gas

Sharing Information on Coronavirus

We have come to realize there are blockades on sharing virus information. The worldwide focus seems to be on quarantine and vaccine research. What else can we do to protect ourselves and our families? During these confusing and stressful times, we admire the bravery of Wendy Myers, Founder of Myers Detox Center located in California. […]

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DiTetra Gas

The Fifth State of Water, DiTetra Gas, was recently approved as a registered Trademark by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. DiTetra Gas (2-oxygen and 4-hydrogen) is the active ingredient in Watt-Ahh bottled water. DiTetra Gas when infused into ultra-pure water, creates a stable crystalline-like structure flooded with extra electrons for mitochondrial energy. DiTetra Gas […]

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What is Polarized Water? Watt-Ahh and DiTetra Gas Explained

DiTetra Gas is a bio-active gas (or bioenergetic gas), we call the Fifth State of Water, that has huge implications in boosting mitochondric energy for healing, recovery, immune support against diseases and oxygen delivery for optimum performance. DiTetra Gas is delivered to the body either by drinking Watt-Ahh Polarized Water or breathing from the gas […]

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Bio-Ghost Gases – Nitric Oxide Gas and DiTetra Gas

What are Bio-Ghost Gases? During this Halloween season, we may think “ghost gases” are part of a dense fog that rolls across an eerie swamp. The term “Bio-Ghost Gases” are those that are discovered by scientists to be essential for our health. It is a different paradigm to consider how we rely on gas absorption […]

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How to Live a Longer and Healthier Life: The Water of Ages – AHA! Long-Jet Discovery for July of 2019

Could our DNA be hacked? Longevity trends project a longer life span for Baby Boomers when compared with that of subsequent generations. Sadly, with the onset of diseases at earlier ages, our children and grandchildren may experience on average, shorter life spans when compared to those of their senior relatives. Could successive degeneration of DNA […]

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