Q: Can anything block the transport of Wayback Water to the cells?

A: Yes, a deficit of electrolytic minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and/or sodium. A lack of magnesium would be the most likely cause.

Q: Is Reverse Osmosis water okay to use for making Wayback Water mixture?

A: Yes, I used it successfully for several years.

Q: Has Wayback Water concentrate been put through Reverse Osmosis?

A: The concentrate was put through Reverse Osmosis plus three additional purification processes, as listed on the label.

Q: How exact do the measurements have to be when you are adding Wayback Water concentrate to water?

A: Get it as close as possible, but a high degree of precision is not necessary.

Q: I have a small kitchen. How far should I keep my Wayback Water from the refrigerator and microwave?

A: The refrigerator is not a problem, but the water should be at least 3 feet from the microwave.

Q: If my WayBack concentrate was 2 to 3 feet above a working microwave, should I still use it?

A: It all depends on how much energy leaks from your microwave. You could try muscle testing to see if it will be good for you or not.

Q: Can Wayback Water be stored in any type of plastic bottle for dispensing once it has been diluted?

A: No, I wouldn’t do that unless the plastic is #1 PETE (Pharmaceutical grade)plastic. Then you would be safe storing your diluted water for use. Other plastics I wouldn’t trust.

Q: Can the water be stored in stainless steel?

A: Yes

Q: If the original plastic bottle of Wayback Water is left open for a long period of time, say around a year, does it retain the quality of a fresh bottle?

A: It will retain the quality it had when it was bottled. The higher spin state will not change with the passage of time. Shelf life has no relevance to WayBack Water. It will retain its purity and structural integrity long after you are gone from this earth.

Q: Why can’t I use Distilled water to mix with the concentrate?

A: The utilization of water in the body is highly dependent on electron movement. If current (ie. Electrons) cannot be transported through water by the existence of ionized particles in suspension, then that water is not utilized. Distilled water will not carry current, so is not used.