“MRET Water” has gotten a lot of buzz lately after getting featured in the popular documentary series. “The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest.” The show is a 9 episode documentary hosted by Ty Bollinger, who travels all over the world interviewing doctors, researchers, and several cancer survivors to address their preferred methods of holistic care. In this particular episode, Ty interviewed Dr. Igor Smirnov, a nuclear physicist and inventor of the MRET technology.
You can watch clips from the video interview here:
Following the Chernobyl nuclear fallout in 1986, Dr. Smirnov and his team were commissioned by the Soviet government to research on the reasons a particular group of survivors did not experience as much health issues as the others. In their investigation, it was attributed somehow to the the healing effects of mountain spring water off the Caucasus mountains that the natives were consuming on a regular basis. It was Dr. Smirnov’s task to find out what it is about the water that could actually help victims of radiation exposure. After two years, through Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Tests and Infrared Spectroscopy, Dr. Smirnov discovered the water’s healing secret was an unusual configuration and high-energy activity of water molecules based on its linear structure.
It took Dr. Smirnov another ten years to replicate the natural process and develop what is now known as MRET or Molecular Resonance Effect Technology. MRET “activates” ordinary filtered water by superimposing subtle low frequency electromagnetic field into the water and converting clusters of water molecules into single-file alignment. This subtle field closely resembles the natural geomagnetic field found near the healing water springs. The MRET activated water molecules acquire modified molecular structuring, physical and electrodynamic characteristics and is compatible with the cell water molecular structuring.
The key element to the healing properties of the mountain spring water consumed by the Chernobyl survivors was the single-file alignment of the water molecules. Dr. Peter Agre, the 2003 Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry, has found in his research on the Aquaporins that for water to be optimally absorbed by the cells of the body, it has to be in a single-file alignment.
Dr. Smirnov, who is now a US citizen, founded a company called Global Quantech Inc., a biological research corporation. In 2000 Dr. Igor Smirnov was awarded with the US patent “Methods and Devices for Producing Activated Liquids and Methods of Use Thereof” for MRET technology. With MRET, Dr. Smirnov developed and patented in the USA two innovative devices: MRET Water Activator (GIA iH2O) and MRET-Shield (GIA Cell Guard) (electromagnetic radiation optimum neutralizer). Global Quantech manufactures both devices and currently licenses them for worldwide distribution through GIA Wellness, a Carlsbad, CA company.