EVODROPLOGOMB

Opinion of Prof. Ignatov

Applications of EVOdrop Water as Drinking Water of Highest Quality. EVOdrop Hydrogen water. EVOdrop colloidal solutions.
Prof. Ignat Ignatov DSc

 

Author of EVOdrop products is Eng. Fabio Huether, Zurich, Switzerland

1. EVOdrop Water is water of highest quality that provides in your home the energy and freshness of the mountain and glacier waters

Scientific evidence of Prof. Ignat Ignatov and Assoc. Prof. Oleg Mosin show that in the mountain areas in Bulgaria, where the scientific and practical project “Nature, Ecology, Longevity” is held, one can meet 104 years old centenarians. In the field areas at a distance of only about 50-70 km, the oldest person is 97 years old. We have reasons to give these facts some thought. The difference is in the water, the air and the physical activity. In the mountains people drink water from springs. This water is “active”. When you drink water from the source itself, the water molecules are more dynamic and it is “tastier, more energy-filled and more alive”. In biophysics it is known that movement is life. Therefore, people who are active, live longer. They also feel the water more strongly, a water that is like an elixir even after the first sips from the spring. Everyone should ask themselves: “How can we have such water in our homes?” The research shows that tap water has low level of energy of hydrogen bonds among water molecules.
Studies reveal that in cases of longevity, the water consumed by long-livers is with high energies of hydrogen bonds from one water molecule and oxygen from another one. Mountain and glacier waters are of high quality. With the highest possible quality is EVOdrop Water gained from a device with author Fabio Huether, which can easily be acquired in everybody’s home.

The Table 1 shows the local extrema at 8.95 μm. Such a local extremum is connected to the state of water molecules in longevity. It is destructuring in tumor diseases.

Table 1. Comparative analysis between EVOdrop water and other waters

Type of Water Value eV -1 of Local
Extremum at
(-0.1362– -0.1387 eV)
(%((-Evalue)
*/ (-Etotal value)**
Deionized water 18.2±1.2 4.5
Mountain water from Vasiliovska mountain, Bulgaria 44.9±2.2 11.2
Northern Rhodope 59.3±3.0 18.5
Glasier Rosenlaui, Switzerland 70.1±3.5 19.4
Glasier Mapa, Chile 81.3±4.1 20.1
Tap water from Zurich before EVOdrop device 38.3±1.9 16.0
EVOdrop drinking water 128.3±6.5 27.3

* The result (-Evalue) is the result of hydrogen bonds energy for one parameter of (-E)
** The result (-Etotal value) is the total result of hydrogen bonds energy

The mathematical model of the ЕVOdrop water gives us information about the structuring of water clusters with sizes of up to 1.5 nanometers. Those clusters are with larger and with higher energies than the clusters of tap water. The analysis is based on a mathematical model established in 2013 by Ignatov and Mosin. The model was adopted in modern science, together with the evidence of Richard Saykally of Berkeley College of Chemistry.
A mathematical model of the number of water molecules according to the energy of hydrogen bonds in EVOdrop water has been developed (Ignatov, Gluhchev, 2020) (1) (Table 2; Figure 1).
The definition of the author of Nano clusters of EVOdrop Fabio Huether is EVOdrop® Water.
The mathematical model of EVOdrop water show stable clusters between 3 and 25 water molecules.

Table 2: Distribution of the number of water (Н2О) molecules in EVOdrop water according to the energy of hydrogen bonds

-Е(eV)x-axis EVOdrop®
Water
Number
of water
molecules
Tap water
(Control Sample)
Number of water
molecules
-Е(eV)x-axis EVOdrop®
Water
Number
of water
molecules
Tap water
(Control Sample)
Number of water
molecules
0.0912 0 7 0.1162 0 0
0.0937 0 0 0.1187 3 8
0.0962 5 8 0.1212 15 0
0.0987 3 0 0.1237 0 5
0.1012 0 8 0.1262 0 5
0.1037 0 6 0.1287 9 7
0.1062 9 8 0.1312 2 4
0.1087 0 7 0.1337 0 5
0.1112 12 0 0.1362 17 8
0.1137 0 5 0.1387 25 14
 

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Figure 1: Distribution of the number of water (Н2О) molecules in EVOdrop water (red color) and tap water as control sample (green color) according to the energy of hydrogen bonds

The water created by ЕVOdrop water can be defined as nano-water or water of the future. It it has even better properties than mountain and glacier waters, and everyone can have it in their home. Tables 1 and 2. show that EVOdrop water achieves by far the best values. EVOdrop water even beats renowned glacier water, which we know to be of the best quality. The evidence-based and scientific proof is that EVOdrop water is much better than natural glacier or spring water. It is the best water we have ever tested worldwide!

Prof. Ignatov proves that mountain water is unique to longevity, but can we always have this water in our homes?

The new chance in today’s world is EVOdrop water.
It is important that the EVOdrop water is alkaline, and the alkalinity of the medium inhibits the development of tumor cells. EVOdrop water activates free electrons with antioxidant activity. It is an elixir of youth as the antioxidant activity is one of the secrets for health and longevity, vitality, and energy. How can we describe longevity? In DNA replication we have doubling of the cells. This is obtained from one mother to two daughter cells. Errors are accumulated in the copy process. The fewer the mistakes, the longer the person lives. With the accumulation of a large number of errors, the number of tumor cells is activated. Essential is the impact on DNA replication on free radicals and the environment in which the replication is performed – water.

2. EVOdrop colloidal solutions with Nano silver (Ag) and Nano copper (Cu)

The effects of EVOdrop Nano silver (Ag) and Nano copper (Cu) colloidal solutions are shown in References

3. EVOdrop hydrogen water from device EVObooster is with highest quality EVOdrop hydrogen water

References

  1. Ignatov. I., Gluhchev. G., Huether, F. (2020) Dynamic Nano Clusters of Water on EVOdrop Water, Physical Science International Journal, Vol. 24, No.7, pp. 47-53. (PDF file) 
    https://journalpsij.com/index.php/PSIJ/article/view/651
  2. Valcheva, N., Ignatov, I., Huether, F. (2020). Microbiological Research of the Effects of EVOdrop Silver Nanoparticle on Escherichia coli, Enterococci and Coliforms. Journal of Advances in Microbiology, Vol. 20, No.11, pp. 22-31. (PDF file)
    https://journaljamb.com/index.php/JAMB/article/view/468
  3. Ignatov, I., Valcheva, N., Huether, F. (2020). Nano and Microbiological Effects of EVOdrop Silver and Copper Nanoparticle. Journal of Materials Science Research and Reviews, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 63-71. (PDF file) 
    https://journaljmsrr.com/index.php/JMSRR/article/view/106
  4. Huether, F., Ignatov, I., Valcheva, N., Gluhchev, G. (2020) Applications of EVOdrop Water as Drinking Water of Highest Quality. Antibacterial and Antiviral Effects of EVOhygiene Colloidal Silver and Cooper Nano Water, European Journal of Molecular Biotechnology, Vol. 8, No 1, pp. 14-23. (PDF file)
  5. Ignatov, I., Neshev, N., Gluhchev, G., Huether, F., Mehandjiev, D. (2021) Research of Physical Alterations of Water Treated with Turbine Technology, Contemporary Engineering Sciences, Vol. 14, No.1, pp. 51-60.  (PDF file) 
    http://www.m-hikari.com/ces/ces2021/ces1-2021/index.html
  6. Popova, T., Ignatov, I., Huether, F., Petrova, T. (2021) Antimicrobial Activity of Colloidal Nanosilver 24 ppm in vitro, Bulgarian Chemical Communications, Vol. 53, No. pp. 365-370. (PDF file) 
    http://www.bcc.bas.bg/bcc_volumes/Volume_53_Number_3_2021/bcc-53-3-365-370-ignatov-5404.pdf
  7. Ignatov, I., Valcheva, N., Popova, T. P., Neshev, N., Huether, F., Ignatov, A. I. (2022) Physicochemical and Microbiological Results from Hot Mineral Water in the Village of Varvara, District of Pazardzhik, Bulgaria, Uttar Pradesh Journal of Zoology, Vol. 49, No.3, pp. 31-40.  (PDF file)
    https://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/3022
  8. Ignatov, I., Popova, T. P., Bankova, R., Neshev, N. (2022) Spectral Analyses of Fresh and Dry Hypericum perforant L. Effects with Colloidal Nano silver 30 ppm, Plant Science Today,Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 41-47. (PDF file)
    https://horizonepublishing.com/journals/index.php/PST/article/view/1429
  9. Ignatov, I., Neshev, N., Popova, T. P., Kiselova-Kaneva, Y., Drossinakis, Ch., Bankova, R., Toshkova, R., Gluhchev, G. Valcheva, N., Angelcheva, M., Dinkov, G., Angushev, I.,  Todorova, T., Balabanski, V., Baiti, S., Huether, F.,  Ignatov, A. I. (2022) Theoretical Analysis of Hydrogen Bonds, Energy Distribution and Information in a 1 % Rosa damascena Mill Oil Solution, Plant Science Today, Vol. 9, No 3, pp. 760-765. (PDF file)
    https://horizonepublishing.com/journals/index.php/PST/article/view/1645
  10. Ignatov, I., Huether, F., Neshev, N., Kiselova-Kaneva, Y., Popova, T. P., Bankova, R., Valcheva, N., Ignatov, A. I., Angelcheva, M., Angushev, I., Baiti, S. (2022) Research of Water Molecules Cluster Structuring during Haberlea rhodopensis Friv. Hydration, Vo. 11, No. 19, 2655. (PDF)
    https://www.mdpi.com/2223-7747/11/19/2655
  11. Popova, T.P., Ignatov, I., Petrova, T.E., Kaleva, M.D., Huether, F., Karadzhov, S.D. (2022) Antimicrobial Activity In Vitro of Cream from Plant Extracts and Nanosilver, and Clinical Research In Vivo on Veterinary Clinical Cases, Cosmetics, Vol. 9, 122.  (PDF)
    https://www.mdpi.com/2079-9284/9/6/12
  12. Mehandjiev, D., Ignatov, I., Neshev, N., Huether, F., Gluhchev, G., Drossinakis, Ch. (2022) Formation of Clusters in Water and Their Distribution According to the Number of Water Molecules, Bulgarian Chemical Communications, Vol. 54, No. 3, pp. 211-216. (PDF)
    http://bcc.bas.bg/BCC_Volumes/Volume_54_Number_3_2022/bcc-54-3-2022.pdf#page=27
  13. Mehandjiev, D., Ignatov, I., Neshev, N., Vassileva, P., Gluhchev, G., Huether, F., Drossinakis, Ch. (2023) History-dependent Hydrogen Bonds Energy Distributions in NaCl Aqueous Solutions Undergoing Osmosis and Diffusion through a Ceramic Barrier, Journal of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Vol. 58, No. 2, pp. 340-346.  (PDF)
    https://journal.uctm.edu/node/j2023-2/JCTM_2023_58_11_22-118_pp340-346.pdf
  14. Dimitrov, Zh., Popova, T. P., Gotova, I. M., Ignatov, I., Todorova, T., Petrova, T. E., Huether, F. (2023) Determination of the Anti-inflammatory and Anti-microbial Activity of a Cosmetic Product Silver Stop® Cream, Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, Vol. 35, No. 4, pp. 32-43. (PDF)
    https://journaljpri.com/index.php/JPRI/article/view/7321
  15. Huether, F., Ignatov, I., Kaneva, Y. K., Popova, T. P., Bankova, R., Neshev, N., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Valcheva, N., Vassileva, P., Ignatov, A. I.,  Angushev, I., Todorova, T., Angelcheva, M. (2023) Results Obtained with EVOagri Technology to Improve Yield using Filtered Water in Africa, Tibet, Italy, and Bulgaria, Plant Science Today, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 137 – 143. (PDF)
    https://horizonepublishing.com/journals/index.php/PST/article/view/2034/1889
  16. Zanini, D., Todorovic, N., Stajer, V., Huether, F., Ostojic, S. M. (2023) Short-term Intake of Hydrogen-rich Water Positively Affects Neuropsychological Performance in Young Adults, Clinical
    Nutrition ESPEN, Vol. 54, P715
    https://clinicalnutritionespen.com/article/S2405-4577(22)01247-5/pdf#%20
  17. Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G., Huether, F. Iliev, M. T., Drossinakis, Ch., Teodora P. Popova, T. P., Ignatov, A. I. (2022) Hexagonal Ih Ice and Water Clusters. Mpemba Effect. Entropic Parameters of Hydrogen Bonds, European Journal of Molecular Biotechnology, 10, No. 1, pp. 3-7. (PDF)
    https://ejmb.cherkasgu.press/journals_n/1700584730.pdf
  18. Iliev, M. T., Huether, F., Ignatov, I., Gramatikov, P. S. (2023) Education of Students on Physics and Chemistry with Effects of Water Filtration. Modeling of Water Clusters and Hexagonal Structures, European Journal of Contemporary Education, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 1546-1560.(PDF)
    https://ejce.cherkasgu.press/journals_n/1703843785
  19. Ignatov, I., Popova, T. P., Toskova-Yotova, T., Deleva, V., Bankova, R., Neshev, N., Iliev, M. T., Petrova, T. E., Kaleva, M., D., Drossinakis, Ch., Ignatov, A. I., Dimitrov, Zh., Gotova, I., Huether, F., Angelcheva, M., Angushev, I., Valcheva, N., Karadzhov, S. D., Baiti, S. (2024) Research on the Structuring of Water Clusters in Chlorella vulgaris Water Suspension. Plant Science Today, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 258-265. (PDF)
    https://horizonepublishing.com/journals/index.php/PST/article/view/2493

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