15
Jun
07

What Can 3000 Ringgit Buy You

Quantum Biotech. Dr Igor Smirnov. MRET (Molecular Resonance Effect Technology).

Let me list the names that are related to the 3000 Ringgit spent, so that Google can index this article.

Heck, I’m going to list them out again.
Quantum Biotech. Dr Igor Smirnov. MRET (Molecular Resonance Effect Technology).

About a month ago, I came home from vacation in Bangkok to find a weird looking stuff in the kitchen. It looked like a mutated table lamp.

f*ck MRET resonator
the ‘mutated table lamp’

According to my mom, it’s an MRET machine. What it does is that it ‘activates water’. Drinking activating water is supposed to ‘improve your health’ and what not. At least that’s what the MRET salesman (UM chemistry graduate cum water specialist) told her.

I took the brochure and did an online search. Confirmed it was a SCAM! You can always try scholar.google.com or go to sciencedirect.com and do a journal search.

  • R&D in molecular resonance is mostly mostly confined to physics and nuclear science, not water related research.
  • Dr [kononnya] Igor Smirnov has not published in peer reviewed, scientifically sound journals. His articles are published in dubious journals not recognised by the scientific community.
  • The validations from various laboratories are pure rubbish. They says nothing about the product. Meixa Tech is a forensics lab that just do lab tests as long as you pay them. Lapuck Laboratory is just another lab. They just run tests. Their tests don’t tell you if the product is effective or not.
  • The validations from universities are lies. How did they do it? Just send a sample of the product to a university and have them test it. Then disregard the results. After that you can put the name of the university in the validation. Don’t believe me? Ask: where are the results? Where are the links to the universities’ tests?
  • Drinking ‘activated water’ can treat cancer, auto-immune disorders, hyperglycemia, Alzheimer’s disease, and HIV/AIDS. What a miracle product huh? How come no doctor is recommending it?
  • The brochure also quotes Nobel Prize winner in medicine. If do a little search, you’ll realise the good Nobel laureate was just making a statement from his research… which has nothing to do with the ‘mutated table lamp’

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Knowing this is one of those stupid MLM companies preying on ‘ah soh’ and house wives, I asked her how much does it cost. You guessed it… three bloody thousand Ringgit.

My mother has never believed in MLM or these kind of crap stuff. I don’t know why in the sudden h*ll would she buy such an expensive rubbish on an impulse. [I guess the sun rose from the west that day.] It does nothing but kononnya emit waves to the water to create molecular resonance which will in turn activate the water[WTF?!]. Worse, the craftmanship of the ‘mutated table lamp’ is horrijible…terrijible…vegetable: cheap-squeaky plastic all over, with a few gimmicky LEDs and a nipple-like button.

It seems the salesman was quite a charming little fella. He was introduced by a Mrs Evelyn (a parent of her student). The guy claimed that he graduated from UM in chemistry, and is currently working as a water expert selling specialised water treatment/activation equipments to hospital. Then he took out some cheap science kit and started to demonstrate how different the water became after “activation“.

3000 ringgit
Tiga ribu ringgit sudah kasi bakar

I’d rather she spend the 3000 Ringgit on a vacation, than to give it to a conman. I wonder why didn’t she consult my dad and me before purchasing. As a science graduate, I know well enough about water to know if the ‘charming little fella’ was lying (yes, he was).

Sikarang, apa boleh bikin lagi?! Tiga ribu sudah kasi bakar! Hanya boleh kasi bising sama sini lah!

If you meet someone trying to sell you one of these water activation machines, call them a f*cking liar straight to their face. The best water for the human body is distilled water. Period. Filtering before boiling the water works just as well.

P.S. I challenge ‘mutated table lamp'(MRET) users to come flame me! Apa macam, kecut ke?

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68 Responses to “What Can 3000 Ringgit Buy You”


  1. 1 Donovan
    July 11, 2007 at 11:07 pm

    Yoz .. was googling n found ur link. Would just like to point out that it is not MLM based nor it is a scam. I dun work for them, but have serviced them for some products which they bundled together. I personally have tried it, and tested on glucose level.

    For diabetic patients, if your Glu level is high, it is not easy to bring it down without the right drugs and dosage. After drinking two glasses of the MRET water, 8 out of 10 diabetic patients glucose level dropped by 1-2 in 30 minutes. I used to be in diabetis market before, so I know pretty much about glu control among the patients.

    There are also scientific publications due to be out soon, as i’ve been shown by the marketing manager. Since you already have the device at home, just give it a try and see how it may have brought some health changes in your life. :-)

  2. July 13, 2007 at 6:18 pm

    It’s a scam alright. Until there are double blind clinical trails done on MRET water to prove other wise, it’s a scam.

    You were in diabetes-related business, not diabetes treatment. Don’t try to fool me. Anyway, drinking 2 glasses of any water will lower glycemic index because the water is absorbed into the blood stream thus diluting the blood (at least for a short while). You’re also claiming medical benefits without scientific basis, which is illegal in any country.

    As I’ve mentioned, the publications are in dubious magazines. Have you tried searching for ‘magnetic resonance’ in sciencedirect.com?
    ScienceDirect is an online journal service by Elsevier – one of the largest peer-reviewed science journal publisher. I have yet to find a thing about magnetic resonance effect on potable water.

  3. 3 David
    September 4, 2007 at 12:15 pm

    Oh please, Donovan.
    As iamyuanwu points out, drinking 2 glasses of ANY WATER will lower your glucose levels.

    This whole thing is just complete bullshit, as is the “Penergizer,” that pocket-sized equivalent of the mutated table lamp ripoff.

    It’s disappointing that there are people who actually allow themselves to be so impressed by pseudo-scientific-sounding nonsense that they end up giving away money for something like this.

  4. 4 Aaron
    October 3, 2007 at 9:41 am

    I found this page from google…

    I just found out my mom bough one of these machines for around $400 USD. You can be sure that I was angry about that. We aren’t rich and we’re not poor, but given our financial circumstances, $400 is a whole lot to spend on water.

    Do you have anymore sources that debunk these water myths?

    btw, how much is 3000 Ringgit in American dollars?

  5. October 3, 2007 at 12:22 pm

    1USD = 3.5 Ringgit Malaysia (RM)
    My mom got it for about $857USD. A fresh graduate’s income is only about RM2000 ($570USD) per month!

    You can try high-school chemistry textbooks as a source. Just open the mutant lamp up, then you’ll know you’ve been ripped off.
    I’ve checked it’s innards. It’s just a very simple cicuit board with LEDs arranged in a circle.
    And another LED pointed downwards to the water. Between this LED and water, there’s a translucent plastic cylinder with 2 magnets beside it. The translucent cylinder is just to diffuse the LED’s light so that it glows facing the water, to make it looks AS IF the mutant lamp is working hard.

    You might as well just drop magnets into your drinking water over night (no effect, of course… it’s just to pacify/convince your mom to return the mutant lamp) than buy this junk with your hard earn money.

    I believe the US have good return policies. Return it. If your mom insist, tell her putting normal/clean magnets into the water works just as well, without the costs. [You can also tell her this masters in food science student said this, to add credibility. ;-P]

  6. 6 rureallyyuanwu
    October 8, 2007 at 10:36 am

    Hmm, Well Mr. Yuanwu… you have stated your case and I can see why you are so pissed off. But have you actually tried the water? Or did you just want to blow a fuse over some real life issues? I mean seriously when I read through your little bitching above, I kind of think you must be one of those people who get off feeling all dominant and shit. In life people have to take gambles. So your mum has spent RM 3000 on a so called “Mutated table lamp”. Well grow up shit happens. She did it because she wanted her “family” to enjoy good water. Whether or not the water works is besides the point. Getting angry at your mum for using the money is one thing. But she was in fact thinking of you.

    Secondly since you have “checked” the insides of the unit, do you even know what the polymer is made out of? Yes I will agree that the LEDs and the magnets are simple mechanics for a RM 3000 unit. But its the polymer that you need to see that makes the unit unique.

    As for me this will be my last and only post because I know that you will just lose you temper and blow your wad after reading this. All I can say is just try it for yourself and stop being such a crybaby. RM3000?? WOW ! A bloody bartender can earn that in 2-3 weeks. But if it works then you have everything to gain. Look at this at this point of view.

    iamyuanwu: Please don’t talk cock. My mom was thinking of herself when she bought it. And you are d*mn right I am ‘one of those people who get off feeling all dominant and shit’… because I’m smarter and more intelligent than you’ll ever be. Why… you jealous kah?
    And you’re out of the topic, BTW.

  7. October 8, 2007 at 10:55 am

    Well… perhaps I am a bit too hasty and aggressive in my posts. But I’m open-minded enough to change my opinion as long as I’m provided with solid proof.

    I have no idea what polymer is it made of.
    Can you enlighten me? I can’t seem to find any info on that.

    RM3000 is really too much of a money for an equipment so badly made. What more of the cheap plastics used all over the machine?
    The polymer may be expensive, but not until THIS expensive…
    I would have complained a lot less if the whole thing is made of polycarbonate, instead of PET.

    BTW, of course I really am yuanwu. ;p

  8. October 9, 2007 at 1:09 pm

    We at S**** C*** Sdn Bhd, the sole distributor of MRET machines in Malaysia ( including Sabah and Sarawak) would like to respond to your negative rantings on MRET technology. Your thought provoking comments has actually stirred more people to inquire about MRET. Inquiries have come from even as far as Brunei.

    You claim to be a science student, but obviously you know nothing about water except that it consists of 2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen molecule. May we recommend that you read this book ” The Science of Healing Waters” by Dr. Sundardas D Annamalay published by Time Publications whereby you will read about the different types of both natural and treated waters. There is a whole chapter on MRET water which explains the difference between MRET and other types of water. You will also read about the
    “ideal water” and where MRET water fits into this.

    You also cast doubts on the scientific validations/publications on MRET. Since you are so “net-savvy” may we recommend that you log on to our website at [link temporarily removed] and download all the files related to scientific research to verify the authenticity. We especially would like you to look at the “April 2007 Issue of the European Journal of Scientific Research” and the article “The use of MRET Activated Water and its Successful Application for Prevention Treatment and Enhanced Tumor Resistance in Oncology.” The Editorial board of the European Journal of Scientific Research consists of eminent scientist/physicians from all over the world. All articles are peer reviewed before publication.

    You also claim that drinking 2 glasses of ordinary water will lower a person’s blood sugar by 1-2
    mmol within half and hour. We challenge you to bring a type 2
    diabetic patient to Salus Care to prove this.

    You also claim that your mother has been cheated for over RM 3000. Please note that MRET machines are also available in Thailand, Singapore and Australia and the price in Malaysia is still slightly cheaper(after GST).

    In the meantime we recommend that you continue to drink MRET water and maybe in a month or two you might change your opinion on MRET technology.

    Finally we are not a MLM company. We have not yet advertised but customers come to us by word of mouth and NEVER have we forced your mother to purchase this machine.

    S**** C*** Sdn Bhd [censored until the company replies]
    Sole Distributor for MRET.

  9. October 9, 2007 at 6:23 pm

    Wow! This is definitely out of my expectations. The Malaysian distibutor actually commenting in my blog. (Wonder if the manufacturer/founder will comment here, hmmm…)

    As they say, there’s no such thing as bad publicity. I see that you have indeed benefited from my publicity. I’m sure your company can give my mom a rebate on the mutated table lamp she has bought?

    I have been drinking the water for months already (note that this article is written in June 2007). I have not felt the benefits yet. I still get the usual flu and sore-throat.

    I am unable to find the book you mentioned. I hope you are kind enough to send me a copy. In the mean time, I’m still evaluating the article in EJSR.
    ——————–

    2 glasses is about 500ml. The water is rapidly absorbed into the blood stream. The increased blood volume will decrease the concentration of blood solutes (glucose, proteins, salt). So the blood glucose will drop for a short while, until your kidneys filter the blood and remove excess water through urine. Then the blood sugar will go back to what it was previously. =)

    Try it, I’m sure your office has those rapid test kits. In fact, try it on anyone. One test before 2 glasses of water, the next test 20 minutes later, the last test 3 hours later (don’t drink any water between the 2nd and 3rd test).
    ——————–

    About the pricing.
    You seriously think RM3000 is cheap? (Since it is ‘slightly cheaper’, I hope your company will give my mom 2 of those MRET machines as a gesture of goodwill. I know I’m a bit greedy, but I promise I’ll give it more publicity.)

    Think about it… The product you are selling is so terribly made, that China-made imitations can sell it at 100 Ringgit with better quality (and better design too).

    The plastic is PET, which is used to make water bottles (cheap), the LEDs – which are not aligned properly – serve no purpose other than to light it up, the button squeaks like a mouse when I press it, the metal arm is just some chromed iron proned to rust…

    Come on… I expect something way better for RM3000. Stainless steel arm, polycarbonate/fiber glass/carbon fibre body, incorporate a digital timer, auto turn off when it’s not used, touch sensitive buttons, designed by Philipe Starck/Porsche Design… Then I’ll consider paying RM3000 for it. (BTW, it’s US$400[about RM1500] in US)

    It simply is ridiculous to charge this much for something so simple, and so horrendously made.
    A computer chip, with higher research + techinical + labour + production + raw material costs… is still cheaper. Not to mention the mutated-table-lamp is not a premium product (unlike Louis Vuitton bags).

    I hope you’ll come back and proof me wrong. Because if it really has health benefits (proven with real science) I’m more than happy to embrace it.

    P.S. trying to put me down by doubting my credentials, are you? I’m a food science masters student, and you suspect that I “obviously know nothing about water except that it consists of 2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen molecule.”
    Ahem! I should be the one suspecting your knowledge in water, don’t you think?

    P.P.S. Your company certainly never forced my mom to buy it. I believe the salesman twisted some science facts to mislead my mom into buying the product. I’m still searching for scientific proof of what the charming salesman claimed.

    P.P.P.S. I also noticed quite a number misleading, mistaken & unproven claims in your “Scientific Facts” page.
    Heh heh heh!

    • 10 Joyce Lim
      November 17, 2012 at 10:45 pm

      I have been drinking MRET water for the last four years. My white blood count remain very low. No effect on my blood count and my cancer kept coming back. Does it really work? I ma not sure!!

      • May 22, 2013 at 10:12 pm

        There many other ways of keeping cancer away – try these in addition to or instead of MRET water:

        Serai (leaf) tea, eat graviola (durian belanda) and/or make tea out of the leaves, extracts from mushroom combo esp Chaga mushroom, fucoidan (from seaweed), mistletoe extract, turmeric extract, eggplant extract, mint, milk thistle, Tateishi Kazu broth, thunder god vine (lei gong teng), dandelion, melatonin, papaya, Ojibwa tea (same as Essiac tea but tons cheaper), papaya, quercetin + vit. C, Sabah snake grass, potassium iodide, plum & peach extracts, aloe vera, bromelain, raspberry, indian black salve, THC & hemp oil, Iridium & Rhodium including kerosene (google for for Walter Last’s article on this subject)…

        Cheers, Cjuan

  10. 12 Chicksybo
    October 10, 2007 at 11:41 am

    iamyuanwu: Please take this comment with a grain of salt (make that 2 table spoon of salt). I have reasons to believe it is from an unreliable source.

    Hey there Yuan Ru. I was just scrolling through the web looking for info on MRET when I came across this blog. I am actually a customer of MRET for the past 2 years. To tell you the truth I was a bit skeptical as you are when I had first heard about this product.

    Well I was introduced to this product by a doctor friend of mine who told me it was good for people with high cretinine count. I jumped at a chance where I could help my mother who was in a pre-dialysis stage. At first, my parents did not want to try this product, saying that it was some scam. But, like you I had already purchased it so I told them to just have a try. So they actually did. And 2 and a half weeks later my parents called me back from their usual doctors appointment. They said that my mum was passed the danger stage and she does not need to go for dialysis.
    I was overjoyed because my grandfather had been on dialysis and he had passed on from it.

    So I don’t know about you but I would like to oppose your blog. Even if it wasn’t the MRET water, it still helped my parents in its own way. Giving them hope and a belief is good enough for me to be a believer.

    Sincerely,
    Samantha Ooi

  11. 13 souk
    October 17, 2007 at 7:32 am

    Yeah, my mom just bought this thing for $400, so I had to look it up after reading their documentation and seeing that it was all nonsense.

    FYI, they are targeting low-education, non-english speakers, as these are fertile sources for scam victims. They’re selling it on the free to air satellite channels (in US).

    I’m thinking of reporting them to the Federal Trade Commission, but I’m skeptical that they would do anything anyway.

  12. 14 lypoProtein
    December 18, 2007 at 3:56 pm

    Hey there people,

    I’m in Bangkok. I’ve recently heard about this kind of MRET stuff and still in research of truth or scam because it’s so pricey. If it’s USD 100 or so, i’ll immediately jump into it without delay. You think so? All i want to say here is that the owner of this patented technology is quite greedy so that it makes the price of the product so high.

    For the patent owner and manufacturers, please lessen the price and the people around the world, especially, cancer patients, AIDS patients, diabete patients, etc, will thank you, you will have the same size of profits but available to more people. That is, lower price more volume rather than high price small volume.

    For those who have negative thoughts on it, please temporarily forget about the price and sit on the fence and do not write it out from your negative emotion. Because bad emotion is the number one cause of all diseases. Even the center of disease control (CDC) stated that 85% of all diseases actually come from bad emotion, not from physical defect. I would recommend you guys to take a look at Dr. Mercola’s website as well for this claim.

    For those who have positive thoughts on it, i don’t know if you are dealer or anyone who would financially benefit from spreading positive words about it or not. But please sit on the fence and forget about the money as well and show me strong evidences about the researches.

  13. December 19, 2007 at 2:48 am

    lypoProtein,
    Trust me, the machine only work on placebo effect. I’ve mentioned in my previous comment, it’s made of cheap materials and its insides are nothing but simple electronics. There is no science in it.

    I’ve read those proof that says MRET works. They are rubbish. My lecturers would fail me if run experiments like that. No experimental designs, no statistics to determine the significance of the result, no discussion of the results, etc… Their ‘research’ are simply not valid.

    I’ve also read up a bit about magnetic resonance. Apparently, it is used in MRI scanners for disease diagnosis (mostly cancer, brain & heart diseases). An MRI scanner is as big as a truck, and costs millions of dollars.
    If there is a home use magnetic resonance machine, it would at least be as large as a fridge.

    Water does have structures, but they are not static – it flows as a liquid. To make the structure static, just freeze it into ice – and you have structured water. Magnetic resonance can only align the hydrogen molecules in water into a certain configuration for a short while. After that, the water molecules return to normal state when the electromagnet is turned off.
    So, how is it possible that the MRET machine – which is so small, uses so little electric, uses no powerful electromagnet – claims that it works?

    lypoProtein, I hope you will pass all these information to your friends and families and people around you. If you want placebo effect, buy something cheaper.

  14. 17 lypoProtein
    December 19, 2007 at 3:50 pm

    Oh oww!! I got u.

    I’ve seen some other few websites that claim that it’s a scam too. One thing i noticed was that they misinterpreted the M. MRET stands for “Molecular resonance effect tech” but you guys said “Magnetic resonance…..”.

    How different are they, molecular.. and magnetic..?

  15. 18 Encume
    February 11, 2008 at 6:34 pm

    Hi all. Cool site Google
    Thank.

  16. April 11, 2008 at 3:06 pm

    Hi, informative post, interesting to read.

    Firstly, I admit I never see any mutated table lamp in my life, yet.

    The last time I heard about magnetic resonance is applied on fuel lines, and it will make fuel molecule smaller, burn faster, engine cleaner and more power, more environmental friendly, etc etc.

    And now fuel became water.

    “do you even know what the polymer is made out of? ”

    Polymer = PLASTIC, it is very hard for me to believe that a layer of plastic can transform the water into magical water. So the poster up there is not being reasonable enough to convince anybody.

    Plus, I thought the source of the magical transformation is from the magnet?

    Rexis
    Passing by

  17. April 12, 2008 at 3:21 am

    lypoProtein…
    Oops, I overlooked that. No matter what they say, I maintain my stand that it’s a scam. Molecular & magnetic resonance doesn’t work as simple as the company portrays it to be. You need fine tuned electronics+equipments, not high-school electronics project like inside the mutated table lamp.

    rexis…
    Yup, flanking left & right of the polymer is 2 tiny magnets. I don’t know how that two minute, powerless magnet can create resonance in water that last for a very long time. What more that the magnet is directed not at the water, but at the stupiak polymer.

    The ones used on fuel lines? I’ve heard of those. Not sure how well they work though. They say it saves fuel.
    You have any experience with it?

  18. April 12, 2008 at 9:20 am

    Never used those fuel saver, coz they claim:

    – make fuel burn more completely: the fact is, our engine already burning 99.9% of the hydrocarbon, i dont really feel that 0.1% is worth the cash.
    – more powerful: I do not believe in 0.1% better in combustion efficiency will give you more powerful, and its hard to believe that thing can turn my regular into v-power.
    – environmentally friendly: when all the above is not convincing, how can you get this conclusion?

    The only magnet that works is those TNB meter magnet, only work on old meter thou, confirm wallet friendly.

    My doubts remain on the MR water, and I look down to anyone who actually make use of your disease to make you pay. It is as good as I draw a knife on you throat and ask for your wallet.

  19. 22 Joe Daniel
    September 2, 2008 at 12:29 am

    Hi , i’m searching thru for MRET facts and benefit, thinking of buying one until i landed here.. i was so convince until now.. “Mutated Table Lamp??” I’m so confuse now … whether to go Subang Jaya or go for a vacation with my RM3000??

  20. 23 Joe Daniel
    September 2, 2008 at 12:36 am

    Can anyone send me more facts that this Mutated table lamp has scientific technology in it beside few LEDs, Polymer / plastic or Magnet?? which takes up my RM3000 .. can it really benefit health? keen to know more.. daniel.tham@ccb.com.my

  21. September 2, 2008 at 2:06 am

    Joe,
    Trust me, for RM3000… it’s not worth it. It really is very badly made. Even the keyboard I’m typing now uses better & sturdier plastic.

    As for the health claim, it’s rubbish. Drinking lots of plain water daily will basically resolve many of the minor health issues people are facing now.

    Go for a holiday. If you insist on throwing your money away, then I suggest we meet up…
    so that I can convince you to invest that money into Public Mutual (for which I’m an agent =)

  22. 25 Randy
    October 3, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    I simply must agree this are all crap, Scams!

    “We at S**** C*** Sdn Bhd, the sole distributor of MRET machines in Malaysia ( including Sabah and Sarawak) would like to respond to your negative rantings..”

    WTH?! So cool eh the distributor will reply to this blog. if i can post here anonymously, heck anyone can claim to be distributors, and hey, who knows all those replys that claim that its good are from the same pathetic person.

    Good Luck.

    PS: RM3000 is hell alot of money tho

  23. 26 Paul See
    December 7, 2009 at 12:02 am

    MRET is not a scam Your mother was right. MRET water is not a drug which you can feel the effect within 20 minutes ingesting IT. Some people may feel the effect only within a month, some may take 6 -9 months depending on your body conditions. Your body consists of 70% water (depending on your age)and the conductivity of vital cellular information is via water.In Qigong terms, it means CHI. I practise Qigong and I feel the beneficial effect of MRET water almost immediately. I always believe if something works instantly, then you better watch out, it may have side effects,

  24. December 7, 2009 at 12:32 am

    Dude, I simply cannot believe that chi can come from a piece of stupid miniature polymer that I can’t even find in the machine.
    The only chi I believe in, is the chi from a person who practises qigong. Not from a piece of RM3k mumbo-jumbo built with cheap plastic.

    And worse: the shitty machine broke down.

  25. 28 uncle-bapa
    April 25, 2010 at 2:15 pm

    Why u bark and bark so long..claiming this and that ..just sue them la…if you want…both party talk nonsense also no used. You claimn to hold science degree bla bla..want scientific proven, you think you are smart enough, wah..seem you ae holding a phd. in science like a professor… btw, im pity your mom spend the 3000 and now broke down already..so how ? repair or throw away ??? dont angry , if you been cheated malaysia got law one, file a police report that your mom hasbeen ceated and bring them to the court…:-)

  26. 30 Carol
    August 2, 2010 at 9:42 pm

    I think those who are going to buy the machine need to be informed that the polymer is good only for 2 years. You need to change the polymer every 2 years at a cost of S$600.00. Otherwise, it will not be able to MRET your water. On top of that, the PCB circuit can sometimes mulfunction. To service it cost S$30. If you are unlucky, you will have to replace it at a cost of about S$265.00. On top of it, you still have to use a filter to filter your water to get rid of chlorine and other metals before you MRET it.
    Whether or not MRET water is really good, I have no negative comments. Neither would I promote it to anyone though I have been using it for 3 years.I don’t see any significant improvement in my health. I am still hypoglecimic, my back still hurts, I still get the flu/cold, my sinus is still there!
    Why am I still using it? I paid S$1,700 for it and am stuck. I couldn’t bring myself to throw it away.I have changed the ploymer once and once the polymer “expire” next June, I don’t think I am going to commit another S$600.00 to replace it. The PCB board has failed me too. Maintenace cost is too high.
    I am sharing my experience from Singapore. I would not discourage those who are convinced that MRET water is good from buying, but wish to highight the “hidden” cost involved.

    Carol

  27. 31 jason
    March 6, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    I know nothing about MRET, but the cheap components + the high cost + MLM marketing scheme wreaks of high scam. So I wouldn’t touch it with a ten-foot pole. The European science journal experiment cited is not adequate evidence either. The author is by the inventor himself (Mr. Smirnov), and no one else. How do we know the petri dishes weren’t tampered with (eg, he could’ve easily sprayed some antibacterial substance onto the test plates). The same goes for the soybean plants. Who knows what he did in his lab behind closed doors. No one was there to confirm his experimental procedures. That’s why others need to independently confirm, or at least test his results/experiments…but no one, as far I know, has done so. We can’t just take the word of one person (the inventor)…especially since he holds a large profitable stake in it.

    Still, so-called ‘energy medicine’ is, I believe, the future of medicine. Here are some devices I believe (and have found) to really provide repeatable and consistent health benefits.

    (1) For the low cost of a few small but powerful magnets (~US$20) and using your kitchen blender, you can build your own Volixer (aka ‘water magnetizer’). Try the DIY home experiment below and see what results you get.

    http://www.subtleenergies.com/ormus/tw/blendercharger.htm

    You can also purchase a completely built Volixer blender if you wish to spend the money, but these cost several hundred dollars (I assume because the purchase includes a quality blender too, not just the relatively cheap magnets). Google ‘Volixer’.

    There’s also a product called the ‘Water Magnetizer’, which costs around US$36…a simple plastic device embedded with powerful tiny magnets arranged in a circle. You attach this device between two plastic water bottles and allow the water from one bottle to flow to the other bottle in a vortex pattern. As the water flows through the device a few times, it is ‘magnetized’…or ‘charged’ if you will. The mechanism is not known, but there seems to be an association between powerful magnetic fields and spinning (vortex) water…similar to the DIY Volixer above, but on a much smaller scale. I make no claims about any of these things…but the cost is low enough to warrant further personal investigation and experimentation.

    (2) For higher, but still affordable cost, consider using an air ionizer that generates negative ions. These are available for use in rooms/homes, businesses/industrial sites, in the car, or even as an electronic (battery powered) unit you can wear around your neck as a ‘pendant’. Some of the pendants can generate millions of negative ions per cubic centimeter at one foot away (and with virtually negligeable ozone). You can purchase an ion counter if you like to confirm these units are generating high levels of ions. These would beat any static (unpowered) ionizer pendants made of volcanic rock/tourmaline. Google ‘negative ion generator’.

    Negative ion clothing is even available. The only company I know of that makes this stuff is Nefful, based in Japan. Any item of clothing you can think of, and even bed blankets/sheets/pillow cases, are made by them. I believe the fabrics are impregnated with millions of bits of plastic (like PVC), and generate negative ions by mere friction against the skin. A bit pricey, but they will last a lifetime if properly cared for.

    (3) This is getting into the realm of the weird for some of you. But consider purchasing a radionics device. Radionics is, essentially, ‘electronic voodoo’. The only difference is that you don’t have to swing a chicken over your head 24/7. You let these machines do it for you. (Of course these devices go far beyond traditional voodoo, but they work off the same principles.) My personal choice and recommendation would be to use the units made and sold by Karl Welz…a German inventor and researcher, and expert on radionics devices. He’s very friendly and easy to get in touch with, and always helpful and generous with his time in answering any questions you have. He will not try to sell you anything, as he was not into getting into this as a business in the first place, but was sort of coaxed into it by other business-minded people who believed he should share his discoveries/inventions with others. He just loves to experiment and continue developing and inventing. Karl’s very knowledgeable assistant will help you if he’s not available.

    (4) There is a type of cold laser that is not typically (if at all) currently used by medical professionals, but which I use all the time on others, including food and drinks. These are sometimes called ‘zero point’ lasers, and look like those cheap laser pointers you find at the store. They’re just NOT cheap. The cheapest one goes for about US$189, and most expensive I’ve seen go for $2500. The more frequencies they are embedded with, the higher the cost. The light does not do the healing, but only acts as the ‘carrier’ for the healing frequencies. In some lasers, the frequencies are ‘imprinted’ into the shell of the laser, and the light carries those frequencies into the body. In other lasers, the frequencies are embedded in the lens as various minerals/substances…and the light is charged with the frequencies of the lens material. The folks (there seem to be only two in the U.S.) who imprint the hundreds or even thousands of frequencies into the shell of the laser are refusing to reveal their methods (which involves the use of $400,000 monster radionics units), but I can tell you these lasers are quite effective…and VERY rapid in their effects. I can shine the laser onto a painful spot on a person and in a matter of a few minutes it is completely gone. They seem to work faster than the medical cold lasers I discuss below, are more portable, and have the added advantage of being applicable to food and liquids too. zeropointglobal.com or zeropointhealthstore.com are the websites of a company that sells two nice lasers (a red laser for $189 and green laser for $289) on the cheaper end of price range. These are good ones to start off with to confirm to yourself that they work and for experimentation. They also sell many other frequency/energy-related products you might find of interest. mylifelasers.com is another site that sells high quality zero point lasers. They range from around $600 (350 frequencies) to $2500 (10,000 frequencies) and everything in between. And here’s another site that sells a good laser sporting 1800 frequencies for $998…bioresonancelaser.com

    (5) For those who can afford it and/or need to address chronic and more acute medical issues, consider purchasing a medical-grade cold laser (my personal choice would be the Theralaser) or a PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) device (my personal choice would be the Medithera). These types of products/therapies have been, and still are, in use in medical practice by healthcare professionals (including veterinarians) worldwide. Why? Because they provide real and reliable results. It’s fortunate that these products have been scaled down, made affordable, and are available for home/personal use. Theralaser costs around US$2700…Medithera about US$3000. They will last a lifetime and give a lifetime of health benefit. The Medithera is an expensive PEMF device (and some others go for over US$20,000 – US$40,000). But there is a small and very affordable PEMF device called the Bio Medici (around $150) that would be worth trying out before purchasing a larger more expensive unit. But who knows…the Bio Medici may be all you need?

    Anyway…I’m not trying to sell anything here for personal gain…just letting you folks know that there are indeed energy/zeropoint/scalar health products out there that really do work. Please look into some or all of these products, try them out, and experiment with them…but always research them as much as possible. Fortunately, most, if not all the products I mentioned above come with money-back trial periods and/or warranties. Hope this information helps someone out there.

  28. 32 Simon
    October 1, 2012 at 5:21 pm

    Check out the following link http://pacer.mad.uscourts.gov/dc/cgi-bin/recentops.pl?filename=stearns/pdf/backmansmirnov.pdf
    It is a civil action suit for breach of contract, fraud and misrepresentation and a violation of Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 93A against Igor V. Smirnov and Global Quantech, Inc., the proponents of MRET Water, concerning the health benefits of water treated with MRET technology, the feasibility of building MRET units for commercial use, and obtaining scientific validation of the MRET technology.

  29. October 20, 2012 at 4:10 pm

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    • 34 Jason Sng
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      i researched Smirnov as well.. that’s a different dude. More geng imo. Mind control tech wei. anyways…. yeah. different Smirnov. been looking up MRET tech

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