Catholyte - the Water as Prophylaxis of Molecular and Cellular Level and giving Health and Energy

Prof. Ignat Ignatov

The report examines the properties of the electrochemically activated waters catholyte and anolyte with Catholyte device. It is accepted that the acid-alkaline nature of water in the human body has a pH of 7.0. When the pH is above 7.0, the water is alkaline or catholyte. When the pH is less than 7.0, the water is acidic or anolyte. The factors for health and longevity have been under research for years. They are quality water and food, heredity, body weight, physical activity, mental status, diseases. The human body in adults consists of 50-55% water. In studies there is clear evidence that people who drink quality mountain water live longer (Prof. Ignatov et al, 2012). In research, the other factors are similar and the distance between the settlements in the mountains and the field is 50-70 km. Studies were conducted on water from the mountains of Bulgaria, Germany, Switzerland, Chile. The aim is to look for the secret of longevity. Quality water provides additional years of life.
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This is due to its alkalinity, chemical composition and structure. A mathematical model of water for health and longevity has been created (Prof. Ignatov, Ass. Prof. Oleg Mosin, 2013). The model is based on spectral analysis of water (Prof. Antonov, Prof. Ignatov, 1998). The spectrum is the "language" of water molecules. They are associated with electromagnetic hydrogen bonds between oxygen from one and hydrogen from another water molecule. The molecules form clusters with energy. Figure 1 shows hydrogen bonds between water molecules. In Fig 1a we have a chaotic arrangement of water molecules, as in water. In Fig. 1b we have the structure of water molecules, as in the electrochemically activated water catholyte. Catholyte is alkaline and anolyte is acidic water. The first is applied more for alkalizing the body and the second for disinfection.

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Fig. 1а. Chaotic arrangement of hydrogen bonds between water molecules


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Fig. 1b. Arrangement of high-energy hydrogen bonds between water molecules

The larger the energy of hydrogen bonds between water molecules, the healthier the person. Tumor cells tear the highest energy bonds in water. Evidence was provided by Prof. Antonov in 1990 with white mice. At 8,95 μm are the highest energy bonds in water. A spectral analysis was carried out of blood serum of people between 50 and 70 years of age. The control group was of people in good health and the research group was of people with tumour diseases (Prof. Ignatov, 2012). With a microscope it can be seen how life struggles to keep the hydrogen bonds in people with tumour diseases. A reasonable question arises – what to do in terms of prevention and how to structure new high-energy hydrogen bonds, which can inhibit the growth of tumour cells at a molecular level? Mountain and glacier waters create high-energy hydrogen bonds in the human body. In tap water the maximum of oscillation in hydrogen bonds at 8,95 μm is up to 25 units. Analyses show that in mountain water it is (40-50), while in glacier water it is 60-70 units. In Catholyte water it is 90 units. This is unique and gives a chance to many people to quickly recover and improve their biophysical status. The American scientific journal with high impact factor “Advances in Physics Theories and Applications” has published an article on the biophysical properties of Catholyte water (Prof. Ignatov, Ass. Prof. Mosin, Kirov, 2016). It is a well-known scientific fact that tumor cells develop in acidic conditions, and in an alkaline medium they are suppressed. The electrochemically activated Catholyte water, which is alkaline, is accepted well by man. It reduces the symptoms of fatigue, gastrointestinal problems; the body is balanced at a molecular level. One of the secrets of Catholyte water is its antioxidant action. A theoretical model indicates the presence of electrons in alkaline Catholyte water for antioxidant activity (prof. Ignatov et al, 2017), and indirect antioxidant activity of zinc ions and manganese ions (Prof. Ignatov, Ass. Prof. Mosin, 2015) The method for color corona spectral analysis (Prof. Ignatov, 2007) shows the bioelectrical status of the person. The method is also applicable in the study of different types of water.
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Figure 2 shows corona photographs of water (Fig. 2a) and Catholyte water (Fig. 2b). The difference in the electric corona emission is impressive. It is due to the larger permittivity of Catholyte water. This is determined by the arrangement of water molecules in clusters with the highest energy bonds in water.

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Corona emission of tap water
(Prof. Ignatov)


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Corona emission of
Catholyte water (Prof. Ignatov)


Water with pH 8.5 is suitable for everyday use. Water with higher pH is consumed in smaller quantities.

* Prof. Ignatov participates at the Interdisciplinary Thematic Group for the research of activated waters with the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS), led by Ass. Prof. Georgi Gluhchev.

Contacts: team of Prof. Ignatov: mbioph@dir.bg

Publications:

  • Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Atanasov, A., Ivanova, E., Mosin, O. V. (2014) Electrochemical Aqueous Sodium Chloride Solution (Anolyte and Catholyte) as Types of Water. Mathematical Models. Study of Effects of Anolyte on the Virus of Classical Swine Fever Virus, Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, Vol. 8, pp.1-28. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JHMN/article/view/18734
  • Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, I., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Electrochemically Activated Water. Biophysical and Biological Effects of Anolyte and Catholyte as Types of Water, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 10, pp. 1-17. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/19687
  • Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, I., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Preparation of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Catholyte/Anolyte) and Studying Their Physical-Chemical Properties, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 11, pp. 1-21. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/20405
  • Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, I., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Biocidal Effects of Electrochemically Activated Water, Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, Vol. 11, pp. 67-83. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JHMN/article/view/20412
  • Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, I., Mosin, O. V. (2015) Studying of Virucidal and Biocidal Effects of Electrochemically Activated Anolyte and Catholyte Types of Water on Classical Swine Fever Virus (CSF) and Bacterium E. coli DH5, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 13, pp. 1-17. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/22414
  • Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, I., Mosin, O. V. (2015) Preparation of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Catholyte/Anolyte) and Studying of their Physical-Chemical Properties, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 13, pp. 18-38. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/22415
  • Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, I., Mosin, O. V. (2015) Preparation of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Catholyte/Anolyte) and Studying of their Physical-Chemical Properties, Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, Vol. 13, pp. 64-78. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JHMN/article/view/22411
  • Ignatov, I., Mosin, O. V. , Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, I., (2015) Studying Electrochemically Activated NaCl Solutions of Anolyte and Catholyte by Methods of Non-Equilibrium Energy Spectrum (NES) and Differential Non-Equilibrium Energy Spectrum (DNES), Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 14, pp. 6-18. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/22973
  • Ignatov, I, Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Preparation of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Catholyte/Anolyte) and Studying Their Physical-Chemical Properties, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 16, pp. 1-14. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/24706
  • Gluhchev, G., , Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Electrochemically Activited Water: Biophysical and Biological Effects of Anolyte and Catholyte Types of Water, European Journal of Molecular Biotechnology, Vol. 7., No. 1, pp. 12-26. (PDF file)
    http://ejournal8.com/journals_n/1428044354.pdf
  • Ignatov, I., Mosin, O.V., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N. (2015) The Evaluation of Mathematical Model of Interaction of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Anolyte and Catholyte) with Water, European Reviews of Chemical Research, Vol. 2., No. 4, pp. 72-86. (PDF file)
    http://oaji.net/articles/2015/921-1446128132.pdf
  • Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V.(2015) Studying the Antimicrobial and Antiviral Effects of Electrochemically Activated Nacl Solutions of Anolyte and Catholyte on a Strain of E. Coli DH5 and Classical Swine Fever (CSF) Virus, European Journal of Medicine, Vol. 9., No. 3., pp. 124-138. (PDF file)
    http://ejournal5.com/journals_n/1444743234.pdf
  • Ignatov, I., Mosin, O.V., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, I. (2016) Studying Electrochemically Activated NaCl Solutions of Anolyte and Catholyte by Methods of Non-Equilibrium Energy Spectrum (NES) and Differential Non-Equilibrium Energy Spectrum (DNES), Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 20, pp. 13-23. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/28211
  • Ignatov, I., Mosin, O.V., Kirov, P. (2016) Matematical Model of Kangen Water® Biophysical and Biochemical Effects of Catholyte, Advances in Physics Theories and Applications, Vol. 51, pp. 33-55.
  • (PDF file)
    http://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/APTA/article/view/28008
  • Mehandjiev, D., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, I., Gluhchev, G., Atanasov, A. (2017) On the Mechanism of Water Electrolysis, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 31, pp. 23-26. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/36666
  • Mehandjiev, D., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Gluhchev, G., Atanasov, A. (2017) Processes in Catholyte and Anolyte as Result of Water Electrolysis, European Journal of Molecular Biotechnology, 5, No. 1, pp. 23-29.
  • (PDF file)
    http://ejournal8.com/journals_n/1497527688.pdf

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