Waterdrop pictures of structured informed water
Dried drops of tap water coming from public water treatment facilities leave whitish spots of scale on a glass. If put under a microscope, the dried minerals are often found as tiny chunks densely packed near the border of the drop.
A so-called “water revitaliser” may be able to re-structure the minerals in the same tap water. The minerals then form bigger units in organic-like shapes, spread across the whole drop. Remarkable is the formation of light in these re-structured units of tap water.
After a further information of the structured tap water, new and finer structures and crystalline forms appear, full of light and colours.