What is Hexagonal Structured Water?

The chemical formula for water is H2O- That is 2 Hydrogen atoms joined with 1 Oxygen atom and that forms 1 water molecule. Just for interest sake there are more water molecules in a teaspoon full of water than there are teaspoons of water in all of the world’s seas. According to Dr Jhon “Water is not merely a collection of individual water molecules. Instead, water in its liquid state is characterised by a specific structure, (H2O)n where “n” equals the number of H2O molecules that are joined together. “That would make Hexagonal Clustered water (H2O)6. Hexagonal Clustered water is a group of 6 molecules that are joined together in a Hexagonal Clustered structure or ring. Pentagonal water is a group of 5 molecules that are joined together in a Pentagonal structure or ring. It is important to note in bulk water most of the water is “unstructured”.  In other words, there is no specific pattern. You will get different molecule “clusters” consisting of different amounts of molecules.

Both Hydrogen and Oxygen atoms are unstable on their own- this means that either of these 2 atoms will bond easily with other substances to form something else. If 2 Hydrogen (H+) atoms bond with 1 Oxygen (O-) atom, the bonding of the two gases forms a liquid. This bond stabilises the atoms via sharing of electrons. This stable bond is called covalent bonding and it is a strong bond and will not be easily changed or broken.

The covalent bond between H+ and O- is what keeps the water molecule intact. Water consists of billions of water molecules and the Hydrogen bond is what keeps all these water together to give water a fluid characteristic. The hydrogen bond is a much weaker bond than the covalent bond and it is the result of the positively charged Hydrogen to the negatively charged Oxygen in adjoining molecules of water.

The Human Body and Hexagonal Clustered Water

A dehydrated cell- Less than 60% intracellular and more than 40% extracellular. “Aging is the loss of Hexagonal Clustered Water from the organs, tissues and cells, and an overall decrease in body water. Since aging is associated with loss  of Hexagonal Clustered Water from the body, it has been suggested that consuming Hexagonal Clustered Water results in general slowing down of the aging process. Several studies support this premise.

As we are aging not only does the amount of water in the body decrease but also the amount of Hexagonal Clustered Water in the body. As we get older, the clusters of the water molecules change because of stress, pollution, toxins and accumulated wastes. Gradually the water structure in the body changes to unstructured water. When we are looking at water in the body it is important to start at the cellular level. The water in our bodies is either inside the cells also called intracellular water or outside the cells also known as extracellular water. The normal ratio should be 60% intracellular, 40% extracellular. Total body water percentage decreases with age, resulting in inadequate cellular hydration. As we are aging, we lose the amount of intracellular water in our bodies. Aging and loss of Hexagonal Clustered water is directly related.

Problems Associated with the loss of Hexagonal Clustered Water

  • A slower metabolic rate- hindering effectiveness of literally thousands of metabolic functions and causing significant structural changes in our cells.
  • These unstructured water clusters are too big to penetrate through the Aquaporins in the cell membrane.
  • This is the reason even people drinking lots of water can be dehydrated- the cells are dehydrated.
  • This creates problems with cellular communication.
  • The blood cannot adequately transport oxygen and nutrients into the cells anymore.
  • This decreases the body’s ability to remove wastes from cells.
  • Which in turn suppresses the immune system.
  • Suppressed immune system leads to disease

Hexagonal Clustered Water & Sport Performance

Professional athletes analyse their choice of protein (whey concentrate vs. sodium caseinate vs. soy protein isolate, etc) and purchase supplements that affect cellular uptake of H2O and volumization (creatine monohydrate), but few actually understand hydration and the importance of hydration for optimal performance. Most athletes don’t know that a 2% loss of intra cellular water can result in as much as a 20% decrease in aerobic endurance.

A Super 14 Rugby player loses between 4 and 6kg’s of weight during an 80 minute game and 90% of that weight is water. Because the cluster size of water molecules in water as we know it, like tap water, bottled mineral water and even purified water are so big it takes about 45 minutes for normal water after consumption to get into the cells.

Water has 5 functions in our bodies and these also apply to that rugby player namely:

  • A solvent- to dissolve nutrients
  • A transportant- to carry nutrients and oxygen.
  • A lubricant- to lubricate joints and moving parts.
  • A coolant- to keep the body from overheating and organ failure.
  • A dispersant- to get rid of toxins.

The problem with the rugby player is that he is in a state of overheating. The first priority of the body will be to cool itself down and this happens through perspiration, which boils down to a loss of water in the blood and cells. Common sense tells us that the body will have less water to dissolve nutrients, carry nutrients and oxygen, lubricate joints and moving parts, keep the body from overheating and organ failure, and to get rid of toxins. All these factors force the bodies’ performance to go down.

Hexagonal Clustered Water and Red Blood Cells

The condition in the picture below is a blood condition known as Rouleau, what you are seeing is a picture taken with a DARK FIELD MICROSCOPE. The little round circles are red blood cells and they are clustering together. The fact that they are clustered is abnormal and causes the following problems:-

  • The blood cannot adequately transport oxygen and nutrients to the cells
  • This creates problems with cellular communication.
  • Decrease in the ability to remove waste from the cells.
  • Decrease metabolic efficiency.
  • Which in turn suppresses the immune system


Wonder Water must be stored at no more than 30 degrees celcius