Effect of Health-Promoting Agents on Exclusion-Zone Size

" We tested physiological doses of half a dozen agents generally identified to restore or build health on the extent to which they build EZs. All agents known to enhance biological function resulted in EZ expansion. On the other hand, the weed killer, glyphosate, considerably diminished EZ size. While the expansion effect of the health-promoting agents was observed over a wide range of concentrations, excessive doses ultimately reduced EZ size. We hypothesize that EZ buildup may be a mechanistic feature underlying many health-promoting agents, while agents that impair health may act by diminishing the amount of EZ water." {Credits 1}

They don't define a mechanism by which those substances can affect in that way the ordered water, but they put some clues:

"... Thus, agents that build EZ water should be beneficial to health, while agents that diminish EZ water should impair health. As to the latter, we found here that glyphosate, the active ingredient in the weed killer Roundup, impairs EZ buildup. In previous work, we found the same for various anesthetics. Anesthetics block function, and we found that they diminish EZ buildup. By contrast, all agents studied here, which enhance biological function, resulted in EZ expansion. Hence, the results appear to support the hypothesis. A notable feature of the hypothesis is the global, or holistic, effect of many of these substances. Impact on diverse systems implies either of 2 options: multiple mechanisms of action or a single mode of action that operates widely. As for the latter, a possibility is water, which fills all cells. Thus, we hypothesize that while there may be no direct molecular interaction between the agent and water, the action of these diverse agents may somehow facilitate the buildup of EZ water." {Credits 1}

Taking in consideration the dual aspect of these exclusion zones; one a defined physical substrate of ordered water molecules and the other defined as electromagnetic, where molecules are in tune with those fields, and that some frequencies extends ordered water extension as can be seen in the section [1], the probable candidate are the electromagnetic fields.

[1] EMMIND › Endogenous Fields & Mind › Water & Electromagnetic Fields › Electromagnetism & Water - Exclusion Zones

{Credits 1} 🎪 Sharma, A., Adams, C., Cashdollar, B. D., Li, Z., Nguyen, N. V., Sai, H., … Pollack, G. H. (2018). Effect of Health-Promoting Agents on Exclusion-Zone Size. Dose-response : a publication of International Hormesis Society, 16(3), 1559325818796937. doi:10.1177/1559325818796937. Copyright © The Author(s) 2018. This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 License.

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