Comparative study of drinking water and the "*****" sample by GDV method

Purpose of work:

Research: determination of GDV characteristics of three water samples.

The content of the work:

Stage 1:

1. Development of an experimental design.

2. A set of experimental data.

3. Processing of experimental data.

4. Analysis of experimental data.

5. Description of the results.

6. Preparation of a summary report.

The experiment examined drinking mineral water of three types:

1. "*****", a sample submitted by the customer, 1 liter bottle clogged under the

2. "sample 2", drinking water.

3. "sample 1", drinking water.

Mentioned above liquids were examined immediately after the depressurization of
the package.

GDV parameters were determined with the help of a syringe tool.

The research was carried out on “GDV Camera Pro” device.

The research device N0000008, laboratory one. Was used normal warming.

Normal capture mode:

Dynamics: 10 captures per second, capturing within 10 seconds.

Voltage mode No. 2
The data was processed in “GDV Scientific Laboratory” software.

Stage 2:

To estimate the impact of a water sample "*****" on a person, there was carried
out an experiment -three people (a man and two women), according to the
instructions, drank (on empty stomach) 150 ml of water. Before taking water, there
was a done the first series of captures (10 fingers with and 10 fingers without
filter). Second series of finger captures was carried out 20 minutes later after
taking water.

The glow of fingers in an electromagnetic field was processed in the following
GDV programs:

Program for registration and primary processing of GDV images:

"GDV Capture"

GDV processing programs:

"GDV Energy Fields"

"GDV Diagram"

"GDV Screening"

The calculated GDV parameters of finger glow were compared before and after
“*****” water intake and was analyzed difference of the main GDV indicators.
In parallel with the experiment, the state of people was monitored by measuring
blood pressure and heart rate.

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