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Crystalline Water (aka Exclusion Zone Water, EZ Water, EZ, Ordered Water, Structured Water, Liquid Crystalline Water, Living Water) Propels Peripheral Circulatory System


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  How does Crystalline Water (aka Exclusion Zone Water, EZ Water, EZ, Ordered Water, Structured Water, Liquid Crystalline Water, Living Water) Propel the Peripheral Circulatory System?

Exclusion Zone Water (EZ Water or EZ) was discovered by Professor Gerald Pollack

Exclusion Zone Water (EZ Water or EZ) was discovered by Professor Gerald Pollack

In the article titled A New Way of Looking at Heart Disease and Novel Treatment Options, Dr Joseph Mercola (1) discusses a fascinating topic that contradicts some of the basic dogmas of western medicine and biology. The article is based on the new book written by Dr Thomas Cowan (2), a family physician and a founding member of the Weston A. Price Foundation. Cowan’s book is titled “Human Heart, Cosmic Heart: A Doctor’s Quest to Understand, Treat, and Prevent Cardiovascular Disease.” Remarkably, Dr Cowan convincingly shows that the heart cannot possibly be the only structure responsible for pumping blood throughout the entire body unassisted. Intriguingly, it appears that the fourth phase of water, crystalline water or EZ supplies the motive force to ensure that the red blood cells (RBC’s) are able to flow through capillaries throughout the entire body when the RBC’s are themselves wider than the internal diameter of the capillaries through which they flow.

I have written a book dedicated to vindicate the uniqueness of the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) Sanjiao Organ aka Triple Warmer or Triple Energizer. The book titled The ‘Mystical’ TCM Triple Energizer. Its Elusive Location and Morphology Defined (3) is an innovative book full of thought-provoking information that shows that ancient traditional Chinese medicine physicians were fully cognizant of astounding facts regarding the human body that scientific and medical research is only now discerning. Amazingly, recent biological research by Professor Gerald Pollack (4) confirms that three common “ingredients” that are ever-present throughout the entire body combine to generate the energy required to drive the incredible machinery that we call “life”. This energy-rich “battery” is called Crystalline Water (aka Exclusion Zone Water, EZ Water, EZ, Ordered Water, Structured Water, Liquid Crystalline Water, Living Water). These three “ingredients” to generate this “battery” are 1 – water, 2 – hydrophilic membranes and all the hydrophilic surfaces within the cells, including protein surfaces and nucleic acid surfaces and 3 – solar-derived biophotons. When these three “ingredients” cooperate inside the vascular system, they massively promote and potentiate the circulatory function of the heart. This exciting new information regarding the function of EZ performing a role that is incorrectly attributed solely to the heart is analogous to recent scientific findings that strongly suggest that the light interface with crystalline water present in the eyeball impacts vision, and this research will greatly assist future research in the field of Ophthalmology. I discuss this in the article titled Crystalline Water (aka Exclusion Zone Water, EZ Water, EZ, Ordered Water, Structured Water, Liquid Crystalline Water, Living Water) + Light Interface in Eyeball Impacts Ophthalmology.

This easy-reading enlightening book is perfect for anyone wanting to know more about the intricacies of the mysterious TCM organ metasystem that ancient TCM practitioners called San Jiao or Triple Warmer, and the World Health Organisation (WHO) terms the Triple Energizer. This enlightening book can be securely purchased by clicking the ‘BUY NOW’ button at the bottom of this page.

Questioning the Role of Arterial Plaque in Heart Attacks

Depending on which medical school a doctor attends, some text books teach there are four major coronary arteries. Other text books say three, while others state two. While this basic fact is uncertain, conventional wisdom states that the major blood vessels, the coronary arteries supply all of the blood flow to the heart. If any of them get blocked with plaque, the area downstream from that blockage doesn’t get any blood, and hence no oxygen or nutrients, causing initially painful angina. Eventually, if left untreated, you end up with a heart attack.

The article states, ‘The field of cardiology is primarily focused on getting rid of the plaque, whether by using stents, doing bypasses, angioplasties, lowering cholesterol (since the plaque is supposedly caused by excess cholesterol), or putting the patient on a low-fat diet’. Cowan states ‘Conventionally, it’s all about the plaque. My point in the book is that it’s NOT about the plaque.’

The Problem with Viewing the Heart as a Pump

Cardiologists and doctors are generally taught that the walls of the heart create pressure, which causes propulsion of the blood flow through the body. The heart is viewed as a pump — a pressure propulsion system caused by the muscular contraction of the ventricles.

The article states, ‘However, your body actually contains an enormous amount of blood vessels. Most of the blood vessels in your heart and body are capillaries, which are very thin-walled, very narrow tubes. If you were to spread these blood vessels out, they would cover three football fields. If you were to place the blood vessels end to end, in a series, they would encircle the Earth between one and three times’. Mercola states:

The pump theory is you have a 1-pound, somewhat thin-walled organ, and it’s going to pump [blood] around the Earth every single day for 70 years; 60 to 70 times a minute. That 1-pound, thin-walled organ can [supposedly] generate enough pressure [to do that] by squeezing …

Frankly, that’s ridiculous. But it actually gets worse than that. If you do a flow velocity diagram, it turns out that the blood is moving the fastest at the heart, both before and after the heart.

As it goes into the arterioles and then the smaller arteries, it gets to the capillaries … [where] it actually stops and does a little shimmy, or it goes very slow, depending on who you believe … The analogy is, a narrow river goes fast and when it goes out into a wetland, it goes very slow. It has to go slow — it has to stop almost — to exchange the gasses and the food. So not only are we pushing all the way around the Earth, but halfway around our travel, we stop and then we get going again. You’re expecting that to be all from the push from behind …

It even gets worse than that because we have an outflow tube of the left ventricle called the aortic arch … which is shaped like McDonald’s arch. The blood goes from the left ventricle, out the aortic valve, through the arch, then down to the body. The analogy here is if you stick a similarly shaped arched garden hose off your spigot outside your house, and then turn it on really hard, which recreates the pumping … you would expect the garden hose to straighten out because if you put pressure, the arch would straighten.

In fact, you can look on any angiogram and catheterization and you can see that arch actually bends in a little bit during systole, which from a pressure propulsion model makes absolutely no sense at all. 

The Hydraulic Ram Model of the Heart

Rather than actually pumping the blood, Cowan believes the heart acts as a hydraulic ram. Cowan describes the mechanism as follows:

What does the heart do? The blood is moving fast. It comes into the heart. The heart stops the blood, and like a hydraulic ram, it holds it back. The walls expand. The pressure differential happens, and then it opens the gate and comes out.

More so when the blood is in the heart, because of the unique shape of the heart … The heart is a vortex-creating machine … [I]t has these trabeculae (fibers) inside the heart. Each area of the trabeculae is connected with a certain part of the body.

[One] area of the heart is connected with the spleen, another area of the inner part of the heart is connected with the foot, and so on.

The blood comes in and these areas of the heart create their individual spirals, and package up certain parts of the blood, like the old red blood cells, into a vortex and send it to the spleen, whereas another part sends the fresh new red blood cells up to the brain.

If there’s a cut on your leg, it dissolves some of the inner fibers, puts that in a vortex and sends that to the cut on your leg. It’s so wild. Again, there’s an article about this on my website, as hard as it is to believe, that actually documents that in very clear terminology how this happens.” 

What’s Water Got to Do With It?

Dr Cowan notes that the work of Gerald Pollack (4), author of “The Fourth Phase of Water,” was instrumental in helping him ‘understand the function of the heart and how blood flows if it isn’t being pushed or pumped by the heart’. Dr Mercola notes:

First off, if any pumping action were to be involved, it would actually have to occur at the capillaries because that’s where the blood stops and needs to get moving again. However, the solution nature came up with is far simpler. As the blood moves up the venous tree, the blood vessels narrow and eventually coalesce to come back to the heart.

This narrowing of the vessels makes the blood flow faster, in and of itself. Valves and muscular contractions also play a role. However, the primary way blood moves has to do with water. As Pollack has described, water can exist in four phases, not just three. The fourth phase of water is formed by the interaction of water and a hydrophilic surface.

Cowan explained, ‘What happens with that is you form a gel layer, or protective layer, on that hydrophilic surface, which is negatively charged. Therefore, the opposite of positive charge is dissolved into the bulk water in the middle of the tube (capillary or blood vessel) … All you need is a hydrophilic tube, which forms a gel layer, which is negatively charged, and then the bulk water is positively charged. The positive charges repel each other and that starts the flow going up the hill.’ 

Sun, Earth and the Human Touch — Three Key Principles for Healthy Blood Flow

From his research Professor Pollack has clearly demonstrated that there are three natural energies that generate separation of charges that create fluid flow. The article discussed these three factors to stimulate healthy blood flow.

  1. Sunlight charges up your blood vessels, which increases the flow of blood. When the sun’s rays penetrate your skin, it causes a massive increase of nitric oxide that acts as a vasodilator. As much as 60 percent of your blood can be shunted to the surface of your skin through the action of nitric oxide. This helps absorb solar radiation, which then causes the water in your blood to capture the energy and become structured. This is a key component for a healthy heart. The ideal is to be exposed to the sun while grounding, meaning walking barefoot. This forms a biological circuit that makes it work even better.
  1. Negative ions from the Earth, also known as earthing or grounding. This also charges up your blood vessels, creates a separation of charges, creates more positive ions and allows the blood to flow upward, against gravity.
  1. The field effect or touch from another living being. As noted by Cowan, “The best thing is to be, more or less, with shorts or naked on the beach, with the saltwater, which acts as an electrical conductor, holding hands with somebody you love. That’s how you structure the water.” Sun exposure, grounding, and skin-to-skin contact are three prevention strategies that, ideally, everyone should be doing. It doesn’t get a whole lot easier or less expensive than that. 

Cowan summed up the blood flow process by stating, ‘The water is a battery. Those inputs separate the charges, charge the battery, the battery does work and it starts flow. That flow, just through Bernoulli’s principle, which is the wider it is, the slower it goes, [when it] narrows, it goes faster. That is the reason the blood moves, in a nutshell.’ 

In the commentaries on the 31st Difficult Issue on pages 348–349 of Unschuld’s (5) translation of Nan Ching, Chang Shih-hsien stated ‘The Triple Burner …… is the official responsible for the maintenance of the ditches; the waterways originate from it. Water and grains enter [the organism] through the upper [section of the Triple] Burner; they leave through the lower [section of the Triple] Burner. Hence, one knows that [the Triple Burner] represents the conclusion and the start of the [course of the] influences’. Please note that the “Triple Burner” and San Jiao are synonymous.

In TCM physiology the San Jiao is believed to control all the biological, biochemical and energy producing functions associated with the initiation and continuity of all of the multitudinous reactions associated with “life”. The information presented in this article confirms that the San Jiao is a very powerful organ complex that deserves more respect than it has been given. Molecule for molecule, water makes up 99% of all the molecules present in the body. As the San Jiao controls water management within our being, the San Jiao is the omnipresent Master of Hydrology throughout the body.


(1) Mercola, J., A New Way of Looking at Heart Disease and Novel Treatment Options. 18 December, 2016. Available at <>

(2) Cowan, T., Human Heart, Cosmic Heart: A Doctor’s Quest to Understand, Treat, and Prevent Cardiovascular Disease. November 3, 2016. Available at <>

(3) Gordon, L., The ‘Mystical’ TCM Triple Energizer. Its Elusive Location and Morphology Defined. Xlibris Press, Australia. 2016.

(4) Pollack, G., The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor (Kindle edition, Seattle: Ebner and Sons Publishers, 2014).

(5) Unschuld, P. U., Nan Ching: The Classic of Difficult Issues (e-book edn, Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1986), 771. With commentaries by Chinese and Japanese authors from the third through the twentieth century.


I wish to sincerely thank Dr Paul U. Unschuld for the selfless and tireless work he has committed to make many ancient Chinese medical classics available in English for study and research. My book is based predominantly around his scholarly work ‘Nan-Ching: The Classic of Difficult Issues’. I also wish to sincerely thank Professor Unschuld for permission to use citations of his translation in my book. His translation of ‘Nan-Ching: The Classic of Difficult Issues’ can be purchased from the following link:

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