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Dr Pi Water

Pi Water was discovered in 1964 during the study of physiology of plants by Dr. Akihiro Yamashita, a professor at the Agricultural Department, Nagoya University. He was studying about FLORIGEN. What makes the bud become a flower? Researchers thought it might be related with hormones. They had named the phenomenon FLORIGEN and studied it.

During the study, Dr. Yamashita discovered “body water,” which affects the difference of the bud change instead of hormones. He also discovered that the body water contains a very small amount of Ferric Ferrous Salt (Fe2Fe3) and the water has the function to control our body function normally. After that, through many studies and research, Dr. Yamashita succeeded to make the water that has the same function with your body water artificially and named it Pi Water.

Pi Water is known as the water that enhances living energy.  It is well known especially in Japan. According to the book, “Origin and Future of Science,” Pi Water enhances energy in the body, improves the condition of incurable and chronic diseases, grows plants faster and healthier, and keeps food fresh longer.

Nowadays, Pi Water is applied not only in the medical field, but also applied to agriculture, marine products, chemical and beauty industries.

Pi Water was created through the study of botanical physiology.
In 1964, Dr. Akihiro Yamashita introduced the theory that a very small amount of Ferric Ferrous Salt (Fe2Fe3) in living water plays a role of conducting and carries life’s information to every corner of the cell. Dr. Yamashita, an agricultural scholar, devoted himself to studying about  “Florigen”, the hormone related to the separation of flower buds. Some plants grow in the spring. This is called the separation of flower buds. Many scholars studying about this phenomenon considered that there is a hormone within plants that turns the buds into flowers. They named this hormone “florigen.”


Ferric Ferrous Salt (Fe2Fe3) in bodily liquid (Living Energyr) is the key.

Dr. Yamashita discovered during the process of his study that what plays an important role in the flower bud separation is not any hormone, but the living water itself contained in the plants. Furthermore, he discovered that the living water possesses information which controls various functions of living bodies, and that the key element is a very small amount of Ferric Ferrous Salt (Fe2Fe3). Later, Dr. Yamashita succeeded to create the water that is very similar to living water by inducing a very small amount of ferric ferrous ion, and in 1985, he named this kind of water ” Pi Water”.

Mysterious Phenomenon

Crystal of salt

Usually, the structure of a salt crystal is square shaped. However, when salt is dissolved in high energy Pi Water and then evaporated, the salt crystal becomes pyramid shaped.

Surviving goldfish

A container is filled with 3 liters of water. Then a goldfish is placed inside the container and seal it. How long can the goldfish survive without food or air? The amount of oxygen in a 15 degree Celsius water is 200 cc. The amount of oxygen a goldfish needs in one hour is 5.8 cc. 200 cc ÷ 5.8 cc=34.48.  The goldfish will die in a day and half. However, when placed in high energy Pi Water, the goldfish lived 5 to 7 months.

Saltwater fish and coarse fish are placed in the same container

When saltwater fish is put in fresh water and coarse fish is put in sea water, the fishes will die in one hour. But, when placed in a high energy Pi Water, both saltwater fish and coarse fish can survive and live together.

Reference: Pi Water Inc. from website:  www.pi-water.com

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