What is Dr. Willard’s Water®?
During a complex and patented chemical process the CAW micelle, an electrical charged colloidal particle that is the core ingredient of Dr. Willard's Water®, is created. This CAW micelle causes the formation of “a catalyst that alters the structure of water, making water behave in a manner that heretofore has not been reported in the literature” as stated by Dr. Willard.
The micelle is an extremely small, very high energy particle with a powerful negative magnetic field. When added to ordinary water, it causes a change in the “ordinary” water molecules that can be likened to the difference between diamonds and graphite — both being made of carbon but with differing molecular structures. This new water molecule structure serves as a catalyst that seems to accelerate and enhance the body’s natural processes. Both Dr. Willard's Water® and ordinary water consist of H2O molecules but the structure makes all the difference!
Dr. Willard's Water® is not a nutrient, but a vehicle by which nutrients are carried throughout the body’s cells, and by which waste is carried away from the cells with water as a means of transportation. Animal research has shown that Dr. Willard's Water® significantly increases the body’s ability to fully absorb essential vitamins and nutrients!
Dr. Willard's Water® has been tested and analyzed by many reputable laboratories and universities all around the world. While the reasons behind how Dr. Willard's Water® actually works remains somewhat of a mystery, the amazing effects of ingesting Dr. Willard's Water® are well documented.
Today Dr. Willard's® products are still manufactured by Dr. Willard’s family business, CAW Industries, Inc., using state of the art mixing, filling, and processing facilities. Consistency, purity and cleanliness are always maintained throughout the production process. While there are many authorized distributors, CAW Industries Inc. is the ORIGINAL and ONLY manufacturer of Dr. Willard's® products.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and Willard Water is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any diseases.