The biological availability of both molecular hydrogen and oxygen that is required to enable metabolism to function well, and H2O is the source of these gases and is essential for life as we know it. It therefore makes sense that water is the perfect delivery device for these energy rich gases and is the most appropriate substance for administration in many species and circumstances.
There are so many applications in general that enriching hydrogen and oxygen into water can benefit aerobic life – be it in nature, farming, drinking or bathing. It creates energy, neutralises free radicals, reduces or oxidises, converts into biomass, and enables balance.
It is said that the first rains of the season tend to promote a real burst of life from the ground and it is suggested that the reason for this, is the warm air and the electrical charge that accompanies it. This electrical charge could be splitting the water molecule and enriching the rainwater with both hydrogen and oxygen in the raindrops that fall. These gasses soak into the ground with the water and provide a supercharged mix of elements from which life began with in the first place.
By splitting the water molecule (H2O), and creating the gaseous form thereof (H2 and O2), we then re-infuse it back into the water in the form of nano-bubbles before sending it on its way for use. This significantly boosts the life-giving potential of the water and ultimately changes that volume of water into a combination of three life-giving molecules (H2 & O2 & H2O) instead of just one (H2O). Not very different from the way nature also does it.
Essentially, these are the same natural ingredients required to create life, but they are now in a readily available form that negates the need to wait for the body (or organism, or electrical storm) to produce it itself. This method is the key to avail the organism (whatever it is) to be able to access an abundance of electrons and to do with them as it needs at any given point in time.