AquaHex Hexagonal Water Applied to Livestock


Livestock & Poultry Drinking Water

Water to livestock and poultry is an important but often overlooked, nutrient. Water is required for the regulation of body temperature, growth, reproduction, lactation, digestion, lubrication of joints, and eyesight. The majority of water consumed by dairy cattle for example is consumed by drinking, with the remaining water coming from feedstuffs. Water quality, therefore, is a critical nutrient for livestock and poultry.

Hexagonal water is very suitable for livestock drinking water because it has the same energy and vitality as melted snow water from the Alps or the Caucasus, the highest concentration of natural hexagonal water known. The water molecules treated by an AquaHex Hexagonal Water Generation Cylinder are cracked into very small water molecule clusters. Each molecule cluster is made up of an average of six symmetrically organized molecules, also recognized by cells as "bio-friendly". The water’s NMR half-width is less than 70Hz.
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The AquaHex hexagonal water for livestock drinking water has the following superior characteristics:

High Dissolved Oxygen
The physically dissolved oxygen is 5-8ppm/molecular group, which can be regarded as the real high dissolved oxygen small molecule water. It can suppress anaerobic bacteria like coliform bacteria and anaerobic viruses to survive in the water. At the same time, it can also improve the animal's immunity.

Low Isobaric Pressure (High Penetration)
The animal cell membrane is very tight and protective. For water to freely shuttle through the cell membrane, the isobaric pressure must be lower than that of the cell membrane, so that it can help transport nutrients and eliminate waste and toxins.

Strong Kinetic Energy
It can quickly reach the nucleus through the cell membrane and help the information transfer and communicate within cells. It can also promote cell activation and proliferation, and accelerate metabolism.