Nuclear magnetic resonance technology resonates molecules into tiny hexagonal crystal structures.
The micro-clustered hexagonal structure has the same shape as the cell membrane, so it is easily absorbed by human cells.
Through nuclear magnetic resonance technology, molecules will be separated due to vibration to form tiny molecules. At this time, the molecules are the purest, and then good information is input through the wave light spectrum. (Japanese medical doctor Masaru Emoto confirmed that water is active and can transmit information).