Research and history of DDW

About Deuterium

Deuterium, also called heavy hydrogen, is one of two stable isotopes of hydrogen. It has a natural abundance in Earth’s oceans of about one atom in 6,400 of hydrogen (~156.25 ppm on an atom-basis).

Deuterium is about 0.0156% of the hydrogen in the oceans.

The deuterium concentration changes very little from a natural water to another. The Deuterium content of surface waters in our climate area is 150 ppm, with a minimal fluctuation.

The amount of deuterium measured in the water in a certain area is directly proportional to the deuterium content of the organisms that live in that area.

The concentration of deuterium in an adult’s body is about 12-14 mmol / l (millimoles per liter). Although it does not seem much, if we compare it to the mass amounts of other vital elements, deuterium is present in the body in an amount six times greater than calcium and ten times greater than magnesium.

Experiments using deuterium have been made on cell cultures and on living organisms and the conclusions were that a deuterium concentration of as much as 25% in the body water can cause negative effects and disturb the normal functions of cells and organs. An even higher contentration of deuterium in the body can kill living organisms.deuterium-hydrogen

Deuterium in the organism

The amount of deuterium measured in the water in a certain area is directly proportional to the deuterium content of the organisms that live in that area.

The concentration of deuterium in an adult’s body is about 12-14 mmol / l (millimoles per liter). Although it does not seem much, if we compare it to the mass amounts of other vital elements, deuterium is present in the body in an amount six times greater than calcium and ten times greater than magnesium.

Experiments using deuterium have been made on cell cultures and on living organisms and the conclusions were that a deuterium concentration of as much as 25% in the body water can cause negative effects and disturb the normal functions of cells and organs. An even higher contentration of deuterium in the body can kill living organisms.

Research and history of Deuterium Depleted Water

The history of Deuterium depleted water

In the 60’s, in the former Soviet Union, a team of scientists studied two populations, in two different regions, who’s members would live to be very old and were very healthy. Their living habits, including the feeding habits, were very different, but they had one thing in common: both populations used to drink glacier water. This water had one special feature: it had a deuterium concentration much lower than normal water.

There is a very interesting theory of the American scientist Kirk Goodal, a member of the NASA team that managed the Pathfinder program for the exploration of Mars. After syntethising all the studies in the field of radiation and DNA replication, Goodall reaches the conclusion that the number of irreversible errors in the DNA sequence is directly influenced, among others, by the Deuterium concentration in a cell. The lower the deuterium concentration, the lower the frequency of the irreversible errors in the DNA structures.

Research on Deuterium Depleted Water

Scientific research shows that the aging process is correlated with the gradual accumulation of errors in DNA. Looking at the factors that have a negative impact on DNA, new research points to the fact that, although largely ignored, deuterium oxide (water that contains deuterium) can play a key role in the aging process, especially when coupled with different types of radiation and other mutagen factors.

Deuterium affects the shape of the molecules that make up the enzymes involved in DNA’s processes. Following some research it was concluded that reducing the quantity of deuterium diminishes the number and type of modifications suffered by enzymes and thus also reduces the negative effects of these in the processes in which the DNA is involved. Deuterium actually acts as a catalyst in DNA’s degradation.

Biological efects of DDW

The biological effects of deuterium depleted water have been highlighted in several studies conducted on plants, animals and humans and published in specialized magazines.

Very briefly these effects might be grouped as follows:
Experiments done on plants show a general productivity increase, such as up to 56% in wheat and up to 250% in cucumbers and radishes.

Experiments made on chickens lead to a decrease of 50% in mortality and the duplication of the number of eggs.

Experiments made on mice lead to the life expectancy increase by up to 50% and the increase of sexual activity.

The research carried out by specialized institutes in the country and abroad have shown undisputed bioactive effects of DDW on living organisms: increased vascular reactivity, boosting immunity, increasing the resistance of animals to sublethal and lethal doses of radiation, remission of tumor cell lines and skin diseases.

The clinical trials conducted on humans, especially in Hungary by Dr. Gabor Somlyai and his collaborators showed the positive effects of deuterium depleted water in treating diseases such as diabetes and some types of cancer.

From the hard quantifiable effects, there can be mentioned: increase of creative memory, improving sleep, removal of anxiety states, increased work capacity.