Dr. Willard’s Water
P.O. Box 4040, Rapid City, SD 57709, www.drwillard.com
Forty years ago, Dr. John Willard, Ph.D., professor emeritus of chemistry, created a formula with a patented micelle catalyst that changes water’s molecular structure. When humans and animals drink this biologically active form of water daily, it more effectively delivers food and nutrients to cells, expels toxins and reduces cellular stress. This is achieved by breaking down food and toxin particles into even smaller pieces so that the body can better absorb the nutrients or remove the waste.
According to the company, animal studies indicate that Dr. Willard’s Water “significantly increases the body’s ability to fully absorb essential vitamins and minerals.” In addition the firm says, “Willard Water has a very high alkaline pH value of 12.3 and when diluted as directed, permanently increases water pH by up to two points which helps restore a healthy pH balance in the body.”
This pure, patented water is manufactured by CAW Industries, Inc.
Dr. Willard’s Water CLEAR Concentrate contains about double the patented catalyst of the XXX Concentrate. The CLEAR Concentrate must be diluted according to instructions in order to ensure maximum effectiveness. Users can add 1.5 teaspoons of liquid to one quart of distilled, filtered, spring or tap water. Users can also use the concentrate in tea, juice or other non-carbonated liquid.
Dr. Willard’s Water assists the body in breaking down particles into smaller particles, making it easier for the body to process the nutrients and waste.
Dr. Willard’s Water Dark XXX Concentrate contains about half the patented catalyst of the CLEAR Concentrate. The Dark XXX concentrate also contains fossilized organics (amino acids, activated carbon, readily available trace minerals and various ingredients obtained from lignite). Lignite is the fossilized remains of plants that grew 50 million years ago.
Just like the CLEAR Concentrate, the Dark XXX formula must be diluted according to instructions. Three teaspoons of this concentrate can be added to one quart of a non-carbonated beverage.
Published in WholeFoods Magazine, December 2011