LAS VEGAS, Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hemp, Inc., a leader in the industrial hemp industry, officially launched its second spinoff today, YourBev Structured Water and Functional Beverage Company, Inc. (www. yourbev.com), a type of structured water formulated to improve the functioning of the human body. The first spinoff, BioSwan, was announced in their December 21, 2013 press release.
According to Ferris Holding, Inc., the company's research & development team, structuring water results in smaller molecular water clusters which allow for an easier flow of water in and out of the cell in the human organism, nourishing the cell and cleansing it of toxins that build up. This detoxification effect helps to improve overall health. Studies show that hexagonal water is more energetic than unstructured water and that hexagonal water can store and transfer more energy than unstructured water, potentially improving function within the human body.
Simply put, all water is not created equal. Leading authorities on water science have proven that the existence of the hexagonal water structure is present in various geographic regions of the world and has long been venerated for its healing properties and medicinal effects.Hemp, Inc.'s CEO, Bruce Perlowin, is ecstatic with the YourBev spinoff. "The replenishment of the YourBev water in the body can improve vitality, prevent disease and, have the potential to slow down the aging process itself. It's absolutely amazing." After much research and experimentation with Fossil Water, YourBev has discovered what makes it so exceptionally good, therefore highly sought after. Fossil Water or paleowater, which is highly desirable in the world market, is commonly described as water that has been underground for 10,000 or more years. It's important to note, simply being underground does not make fossil water beneficial - but being in a protected aquifer away from contaminants is what makes Fossil Water sought after. Many consider the best fossil water to be a national treasure. Fossil Water is not a renewable resource and it is being depleted world-wide.