Research and Information
Exavier Phoenix is the discoverer of the high matrix minerals used in the Stirwand. The Stirwand technology is the result of collaboration between Exavier Phoenix and David Schneider, joint owners of Quantum Age Water.
|Full 30-day - 50 Persons Trials - Fenestra Research|
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|Preliminary clinical trial summery - Fenestra Research|
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Stirwands, Quantum Mechanics and the High Matrix - Exavier Phoenix
|2||Aquaporin Water Channels - Lecture by Nobel Prize Winner Peter Agre||Read|
|3||Quantum Technology - Great tools for these times of change - Rob Behr|
The Stirwand restores a special balance needed in water so that it can hydrate and oxygenate cell membranes to their fullest potential, by making the energy and contents of the water molecule fully available to the cell's aquaporins. Stirwand technology actually drops the specific gravity of the water below the threshold that allows single water molecules to pass through the cell membranes.
Aquaporins are water channels found in proteins. These water channels form pores in the membranes of cells and selectively conduct water molecules through the cell membrane, while preventing the passage of ions (such as sodium and potassium) and other small molecules.
The discovery of aquaporins in 1988 was the result of research by Peter Agre from Johns Hopkins University, who won the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the discovery of water channels. (The other half of the prize went to Roderick MacKinnon from Rockefeller University "for structural and mechanistic studies of ion channels."
Constant further research is being performed regarding the Stirwand, it's Quantum technology and it's full potential for oxygenation and hydration. We will post new developments as soon as they are available!