Dan Nelson – The End of Dehydration

Categories: Health & Wellness, Science & Technology

There was a time when thirty years of advanced research on hydration stated that we must drink half our body weight in liquid ounces of water everyday to stay hydrated. But according to physicist Dan Nelson, dehydration affects all of us equally – whether we drink two glasses or two gallons per day. Picking up where Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj (the author of Your Body’s Many Cries For Water) left off, Dan Nelson identified chronic dehydration as a central factor in aging and disease and set out to find the solution. In the process, he had to rethink everything we thought we knew about water. By developing his own proprietary equipment – a one-of-a-kind laser apparatus for engineering water – Dan Nelson discovered the key to maximum absorption of water by compressing the particles to a small enough size to pass through the cell wall. As he guides us through his cutting-edge research, our current understanding of water seems fit for the stone age. Join us with Dan Nelson as we venture through groundbreaking new knowledge that can end dehydration all across the globe.

58 comments… add one
  • Jack Stackhouse Dec 4, 2011 @ 14:38

    It is only when scientists daring enough to question orthodoxy, and work outside the margins of the mainstream, that breakthroughs like this are possible. How incredibly bold to throw out the “known” and objectively explore the possibilities of some of the most basic assumptions of physical science, i.e. water is h2o, time reverse energy is strictly theoretical. If enough people become aware of the implications of this science before it can be squelched by the oligarchy, we may bear witness to a new dawn of scientific enlightenment, capable of solving our most vexing problems of health, longevity, even access to the ever elusive clean energy source. Thank you Kim for posting this interview. I look forward to “part two”

  • Melissa H Dec 26, 2011 @ 14:17

    Where do we purchase this water?

    • Kim Greenhouse Dec 28, 2011 @ 7:10

      Hi Melissa,

      Send an email to timing@rainmaking.com and we will forward your request to the team.
      Thank you for listening.
      Kim Greenhouse

  • david longenhagen Jan 3, 2012 @ 7:29

    I was able to start to listen again, as I suffer from migraines and was on vacation at home, having heard this interview I have many more question, but also an interest in the obtaining of the nano water.
    This is not the first time I have heard of the crystalline nature of water, I a deep into studying the bedini devices, and after listening to this interview I will be building what’s called a “kapagen“ generator, but I will be using a “coil” of water as the large outer coil. I am adding a picture, but you will get pictures easily on the internet.

  • Shawn Brittle Jan 19, 2012 @ 9:13

    Excellent interview with Dr.Dan Nelson – would love to hear more- it makes sense.

  • Deborah Mafes Jan 21, 2012 @ 2:07

    Really Interesting!! I got the basic idea about the need for the energy of water to reach our cells, but I fear i missed a lot. I would ask Dan Nelson to simplify his message so that more regular people who lack his expertise and background knowledge can get a deeper understanding of his very important subject.. I appreciate this interview!

  • Reality Corrodes Sep 21, 2012 @ 23:16

    Is there anyone else that has tested the water of a reputable scientific background willing to put their name behind it?

    Is there a forum of people using this water who can give the general public an unbiased and objective alternative opinion as to the effectiveness of it?

    Is there any open unbiased discussion anywhere, that someone interested in this can access?

    Worst case scenario is we are being sold a regular bottle of water for $40. Anyone think this would be unethical?

    How come I am the only one asking these questions?

    • Jack Stackhouse Sep 22, 2012 @ 15:19

      Yes, there are thousands who enjoy the benefits of Wayback water, and share their experiences. You may have noticed that Dan does not advertise only educate. He rarely gives public interviews preferring instead to confine this discussion to a private forum, “The Positron Group”. With the prevalence of water scams on the internet, it is wise to be skeptical and discerning. What was not clearly presented in Dan’s interview was that one bottle of Wayback water (17oz) is a concentrate which will make 34 gallons (1/2oz/1 gallon) of water that you drink. This water is such a potent hydrator that you must ramp up your dosage very gradually (4oz,/day/week, 6-8oz/day/week) progressively or risk one hell of a herxheimer detox effect. So, when you break down the cost over time, Wayback water becomes the best bargain in town. I have been drinking it every day for over two years and I can attest to the remarkable properties of Wayback water.
      Softer, smoother skin
      Double hair and nail growth
      Improved bowel function
      Reduction/elimination of heart burn/indigestion
      Greater nutrient/supplement absorption
      Stronger immune resistance
      To name a few. I know I sound like a shill but I am not involved in Dan’s business or profit from his sale of Wayback water. The only way you will ever be convinced is to try it for yourself. If you follow directions and finish your bottle you will know my words as truth…

      • Dee Sep 24, 2014 @ 14:40

        Jack Stackhouse,
        If you drink copious amount of everyday WATER you are going to have many of those results…Softer, smoother skin
        Double hair and nail growth
        Improved bowel function
        Reduction/elimination of heart burn/indigestion
        Greater nutrient/supplement absorption
        Stronger immune resistance
        I have seen only pictures of Dan and he does not look like the poster child for perfect health! The Way Back water did not double his hair growth! Now did it?
        The fact that the only way I can contact this man to have a conversation (not even through email) is to PAY him? Makes the whole thing even more shady to me.

        • Jack Stackhouse Sep 24, 2014 @ 20:22

          Drinking Wayback water was not my only experiment drinking water. I have done water fasts/ cleanses (which I don’t recommend), drinking “copious” amounts of water, long before I was aware of “structured water” and though I may have seen some slight benefits, they did not compare to what I and others report from drinking a fraction of the equivalent of Wayback water. From my research and personal experience, I can say with confidence, that “every day water” simply cannot compare to Wayback water for penetrating cells, flushing cellular waste, and delivering nutrients to cells. As there is much variation between individuals, it is impossible to know specifically how each will respond, as none of us are physiologically identical. Good hydration will impart many observable benefits and many more subtle ones. Our condition of health when we begin to hydrate has everything to do with the speed and degree of improvement we notice. The easiest way to assuage your doubts is to try it for yourself. When you break the cost / gallon down ($1.18 / gallon) compared to other supplements, this seems very reasonable investment in your health. Dan devotes most of his time to serving humanity through research and education (group and individuals), this leaves him little time to take phone calls which is why “the Positron Group” was established as a way for members and the public to access information directly from Dan (on biweekly conference calls) and indirectly through Dan’s assistant (Nancy Ansley) who will take your calls and emails.

          • dee Sep 25, 2014 @ 5:31

            The Positron group would be fine, if there was a discussion panel that was free …but $75? Please. And you didn’t address Dan’s robust middle and lack of hair. As for Nancy, she isn’t terribly disorganized. In fact, trying the water is an ideal in and of itself as the distributors don’t get back to you and when you finally order (payment goes through quickly, imagine that!) but product is MIA!

          • Jack Stackhouse Sep 25, 2014 @ 12:42

            In my previous comment, I was implying that due to the differences in our physiology, (metabolism, endocrine balance, bodyfat index) stereotypical ideals of “healthy body image” can be a less than reliable gauge of individual health. As a former professional bodybuilder, Dan routinely achieves greater intensity in his workouts than men a fraction of his age, never takes pharmaceuticals, or has need to. From this perspective, despite our preconceptions of what a healthy Senior citizen looks like, Dan may be the picture of health! The fee to join the Positron Group may seem excessive to the curious who simply want information and validation which is why there is free content available both on the Positron Group homepage (http://positroninfo.com) / and the Wayback Water home page (http://waybackwater.com/). The practitioners who use Dan’s Solid State Technology regularly,find the membership fee to be an extreme value considering the healing potentials of energy balancing / correction, and the novelty of this application. As for your negative customer experience, I am sure that once your order is processed, you will receive your Wayback Water. Sorry for your frustration, and I hope that your Wayback arrives soon.

  • Dan Moore Sep 28, 2012 @ 11:02

    I would love to meet with Dan Nelson. I have watched all of his videos and line up with him completely!
    My friend and I would gladly drive any where including Montana to meet with him. I believe we both have energy blockages of some sort. Can you please help us get in contact with him?

    Thank You

    Daniel Moore

    • Site Admin Sep 28, 2012 @ 11:29

      Dear Dan,

      You can get in touch with Mr. Nelson through The Positron Group, which provides training and ongoing education in the use of his products. You can visit The Positron Group’s website by clicking their ad in our sidebar. 🙂

      Best of luck, Daniel! Thanks for writing.

    • Kim Greenhouse Oct 4, 2012 @ 5:19

      Call Nancy at The Positron Group or join it for $15.00 and you can have direct access to him on a monthly basis. Thank you for listening. Getting an appointment with him should be no problem other than scheduling it.

  • Stan Johnson Feb 17, 2013 @ 11:56

    Kim how can I join his group as I am in the United kingdon (England) and on his form there is no facility for another country.

    • Kim Greenhouse Feb 28, 2013 @ 18:15

      Hello Stan,
      I just got back from Europe and you can easily join their membership by going to the Positron Group and sending your email to Nancy who handles things for them at: nancy_notes@yahoo.com. Then you can join the group and participate in their monthly teleconferences and teachings. You can buy a calling card to lower your costs to make calls into the USA. I hope this helps.

  • Stan Johnson Apr 11, 2013 @ 5:47

    Thanks Kim,
    I think this is the most important interview I have heard, although all the shows are very inportant. Thank you for helping so many people.
    Stan X

  • Tony van Tonder Jun 8, 2013 @ 2:46

    I’m in Johannesburg, South Africa. Ho can we obtain this water? Would love to hear from you!

  • Jesse Ramirez Jul 27, 2013 @ 13:55

    I met, Jackie Weber from Colorado, we talk about your system. Is really amazing, my wife and I, use magnets in order to balance the pH, curing the most of diseases, as HIV, cancer, diabetes, etc. we are using a special kind of water made for a Mexican Scientist Lady her name Is Esther del Rio, we would like receive information about your research. We are pupils of Dr. Isaac Goiz, Mexican scientist. We actually live in Mexico, but we are trying to help people everywhere is needed. We got the american visa and now is easy for us come and share our knowledge.

    • Kim Greenhouse Jul 27, 2013 @ 17:14

      Dear Jesse,

      We are not Dan Nelson, however, he was our guest on the show. At the end of the show, we tell you how to get into contact with him. Or, you can click The Positron Group on the right hand side of this site and there will be your contact for him. I would like to hear about Esther del Rio. Could you call me at: (626) 398-8652. Thank you. Kim Greenhouse CEO, The Rainmaking Company at http://www.rainmaking.com

  • James Handlin Aug 1, 2013 @ 7:31

    I purchased a bottle of WayBack Water, and started drinking it. I would like to know what will I be able to use as an indication that it is a benefit for me. The claims are wonderful. One writer wrote:
    Softer, smoother skin
    Double hair and nail growth
    Improved bowel function
    Reduction/elimination of heart burn/indigestion
    Greater nutrient/supplement absorption
    Stronger immune resistance

    Those are all subjective. I am not sure how you can tell you have a stronger immune system or greater absorption of nutrients & supplements.

    Does anyone have any suggestions?


    Jim Handlin

    • Leena Sep 11, 2013 @ 9:33

      Remember, Jim, anything that sounds too good to be true… usually us.

      ON THE BRIGHT SIDE: There are several disciplines, or sets of protocols, that allow you and a friend, loved one, or associate, to test many things in the body, from energetic strength of organs and glands, to specific functions, and more. While they are different from each other, they do have common traits, and prove to be pleasingly accurate. Examples of this are Contact Reflex Analysis (CRA), Quantum Reflex Analysis (QRA), Bidigital and O-ring Testing (BDORT). These are more advanced than kinesiology, because the downside of kinesiology is that the test is distinctly affected by the emotional state of the person who actually does the testing. Highly suggest you look into these approaches so that you will not have to take other people’s word for anything. When we can test it ourselves (with someone else, all three of these approaches require two people), the belief factor is, justifiably, much higher, right?

      • Leena Sep 11, 2013 @ 9:33

        Sorry, that’s “Anything that sounds too good to be true… usually IS.” lol

  • jeff Aug 27, 2013 @ 14:24

    hey kim, I’m having a problem buying dan nelsons water. Any tips?

  • Leena Sep 11, 2013 @ 9:27

    I know Prof. Nelson, find him to be very personable, charming even, and have used his Wayback Water for about five years (since it was 4 ounces per gallon, prior to 2, and then 1/2-ounce per gallon.

    I like the man very much, and his SST technology does make things test stronger, but the water is, as best we can all tell in our family and slightly-extended circle, 100% bogus. At least, it DOES suck minerals out of your body, proven by the cramps that several of us suffer when we drink the water… and which disappear when we stop.

    Thankfully, no belief of one way or the other is required. THERE IS A HYDRATION POINT IN THE MIDDLE OF YOUR ‘WEB’ – area between thumb and first finger. At no time has any of our hydration points indicated an increase in hydration.

    Sad that Prof. Nelson cannot produce even one respected scientist, nor even one repeatable test to prove any of his claims, and sadder that we’re all so hungry for good food/water that we give credence to $40 bottles of water. — While grateful that I got the water at half-price, even so, that was $500 I could have done more charitable work with.

    REMEMBER: Science is that which is repeatable by others.

  • Jack Stackhouse Sep 11, 2013 @ 12:50

    Since you have the water already, you have a perfect opportunity to make your own assessments in regard to how Wayback water is affecting you. A few crucial guidelines to keep in mind are.

    Storage,: be sure not to expose Wayback water to microwaves, this will kill the energy instantly, do not store on concrete, this will gradually discharge the energy over time (like a battery). Do not keep your bottle close to your body for long periods, your body will drain the energy from the water over time.

    Mixing,: 1/2 oz to a full gallon of quality spring water. If you mix it with tap water, although wayback water will raise the energy of the water you mix it with, you really don’t want to be efficiently absorbing Chlorine fluoride, and whatever else happens to find it’s way into your tap. Filtered (RO/ DI) or distilled is not recommended as these have no electrolytic capacity, and will leech minerals from your cells.
    Ramping up,: this is by far the most common problem people new to Wayback water experience. This water will provide a powerful detox experience if you drink too much too soon. The recommendation for most people is to start with 4 oz./day (of dilution) i.e 1/2 oz Wayback to 1 gall. spring water. After a week, drink 6-8 oz/day, if not stomach discomfort or intestinal distress, proceed in this way until you are drinking 24-32 oz /day for at least a month, then back off to whatever amount your body requires to maintain it’s hydration. As there is much variability among people, the effects, how long before you notice them, and how noticeable they are, is entirely subjective.

    If you would simply like to prove to yourself the super absorption of Wayback water, the “Teabag test” is simple enough. Fill two small clear glasses to the same level (1 with your Wayback dilution) the other with any other water (or the same spring water you use to make your wayback dilution, but without adding any Wayback concentrate. Drop one teabag into each glass and dunk repeatedly for 30-60 seconds. The results will speak for themselves, if you elect to try this with the Wayback concentrate (straight out of the blue bottle), the results are much more dramatic but a waste of your concentrate (unless you use this to mix several tea -tinged gallons of dilution!)

    As I can only speak from personal experience, the results or lack of, reported in other comments here are atypical. I try to follow up with others I have recommended Wayback water to, and the most common experience reported seems to be a lack of commitment to use as intended. It can be difficult to add a new and detailed routine to our busy lives, and many people simply forget to follow protocol long enough to start seeing the benefits. I have also tested the dilution and or the concentrate which they were drinking and found that they were either not mixing enough of the concentrate to “activate” their spring water, or in some cases their bottle of concentrate had become depleted of energy (by one of the causes listed above) I hope this answers some of your questions, good luck and good health to you!

  • Ron Reed Nov 30, 2013 @ 7:58

    Interesting comments. I have been following Dan Nelson and his lectures via the internet for the past couple of years. He sounds sincere in his presentations and I believe there is a lot of truth to what he presents. Personally, I have tried his water on three different occasions and have noticed minimal benefits. To be fair I haven’t kept with the program longer than a month to see if there are any progressive effects of a long term nature. I am currently in the process of purchasing some more Wayback Water to see if it has any effects on arthritis. This time I will stay with it for atleast three months to give it a fair chance.
    If there is anyone out there who has benefitted from the water and has had any posotive results with the relief of arthriris pain through the use of the water, I would like to hear from them. I am a believer in the need for hydration and it’s effects on our health. Looking forward to any new postings.

  • dave manley Dec 31, 2013 @ 14:12

    i have watched your video about 10 times learn more every time a little long 4 hrs but there is more in it than would fit in a very thick book .

  • Digit Person Jan 25, 2014 @ 16:50

    I’ve met Dan, and use his SST (solid-state technology). Love his SST, can’t claim to note any benefits from more than 800 days in a row of drinking his water. Would love to endorse it, but simply don’t see increase in hydration. It’s easy (and free) to test your hydration.

    Use the technique that’s core to the one-second test of either BDORT or QRA or Contact Reflex Analysis, etc. In fact, it might be Vendersahl who came up with this remarkably accurate test. Just hold your thumb and finger as tightly as you can while someone gently pries them apart. See how much it takes to pry it 1/4″ or 1/2″ – that’s your baseline strength.

    Now, (if you just did that with your right hand), firmly push the tip of your left index finger into the web of your right hand, between ring finger and thumb. Now, while pushing firmly with just your first fingertip, hold your right thumb and finger tightly as they test you again. Just state out loud, “I am hydrated 10%” — It you test strong, you have told the truth, your body is not vaguely capable of lying to you.

    If you test weak, say, “I am hydrated 11%” — and test again. Keep going up. When you hit the accurate hydration point, your body will tell on itself, you will no longer have a problem holding your thumb and finger tightly. The more you practice, the faster your expertise develops.

    A simplistic explanation for an elegantly sophisticated test… easy enough for a child to master.
    Hope this helps you to help yourself. Learn from Dan Nelson, great stuff. :-))

  • Doubting Thomas Mar 15, 2014 @ 13:04

    Dear Kim,

    first let me thank you for covering a universe of issues no single human can be an expert of.
    Second let me congratulate for your courage to talk about relly unpopular things that give everybody the opportunity to callyo a crazy conspiracy theorist.

    This universe is so huge and still so unknown that even the experts do not agree how to explain tose issues.
    Worse is that even the sciences that we consider secured knowledge contain major misconceptions and errors that the scientific and politic establishment defends as the religion the public is supposed to believe in.
    This increases the intellectual chaos to an extent where no one can’t find the way out. This is one big reason why nowadays science seldom produces real progress.
    I can’t help myself but reminding of the masonic strategy “order out of chaos”.

    Now coming to Mr Nelsons I oftentimes didn’t know what to make of his explanations.
    When as an introduction he compared an bucket of water with one of oxygen he didn’t tell if talked about of the fluid or the geseous phase. In the end it came out he compared apples -excuse me- fluid water with gaseous oxygen.
    So in exact terms his problem was: why is water at normal conditions fluid but oxygen not?
    The standard explanation of H2O being a strong electric dipole (and quadrupole) in contrast to O2 being symmetric and hence no dipole at all to me seems perfectly sufficient.

    So being a physicist I was surprised when Mr Nelson claimed that too.
    Was this mere rhetorics? Was it oversimplifying?
    The surprises went on.

    Later he described H2O as a boson. But then: why does it consume space at all? Light doesn’t so.

    He stated that water cannot be a gas but only a liquid because these H2O-bosons stay together but:
    – Did he really heat water to such high temperatures that he could exclude the possibillity of their decay?
    – How come physicists and engineers keep sleeping so deeply: they should have remarked 2 centuries ago that the steam is way to dense to consist of H2O.
    – Even if they stay together, water is a gas consisting of different (H2O)n with n being 2,3,4 …
    For me that compares to telling there is no such ting as a chair to sit but only little tables with backs and cushions to put your rear end on.
    – If steam is a fluid too it should be incompressible and water would be the first substance with two liquid phases. Wow!

    Then he claimed the H2O molecule to be a magnet cause it consists of distant and opposite charges.
    For me it just has an electric dipole moment.

    For him the hydrogen is bounded by ionic bonds which means the oxygen takes the electrons of the hydrogen atoms so that there remains only H+. Okay if it were sodium instead of hydrogen this would give Na+ and there would certainly be an ionic bond. But H+ is not a normal ion but only a tyny tiny proton without electron. In the neighbourhood of an electron cloud it surely slips into this cloud.
    What could hold it back? So if there is something like a covalent bond you find it in compounds of hydrogen.

    I would be glad if someone was able to explain me where I’m wrong but sorry,
    for me Mr Nelson appears to be someone who has read many scientific articles and books but without understanding them.

    One other point: if he has accomplished only one tenth of all his discoveries he had to work either in the military silently or in the heavenly choir.

    But let’s view it from the funny side: science is used all day long do lie at us.
    So a liar surely feels at home there.
    On the other hand: Disinformation consists of 90% truth and 10% lies.
    So you out there dont dismiss all as lies but watch out for interesting things you can check, measure and judge.

    Now Kim, that was not your most credible interview partner.
    That’s OK for now everybody now has the possibility to judge for himself.
    Keep on with your good work. I’m intent on your coming shows.


    • Kim Greenhouse Mar 16, 2014 @ 11:37

      Dear Tom,

      You have many good points. All I can tell you is that Dan Nelson’s heart is good and is commitment is big. He helps so many people. I am not an expert in the science of water. We did an interview with Dan and Dr.Gerald Pollack that you may want to hear and see where you are at with that. When you are done with that, tune into the recent interview I did with John Ellis, on the Hydrogen Bonding Angle of Water. See where that takes you. When you are done with that, perhaps listening to Clayton Nolte may shed some extra light on things. There will be ongoing segments on water because it is so important. Thanks for your feedback and for caring to take the time to comment.

  • n leadbeater Apr 7, 2014 @ 16:01

    Wow this is very informative would like to keep in touch.

  • Stan Johnson May 20, 2014 @ 2:07

    Have sent for Dan’s water hope that is going to help me because I am chronically underweight because of leaky gut.

    • Gordana Leonard Jun 8, 2014 @ 17:20

      Aloha Kim:-)
      I finally heard this interview and loved it – thank you!
      Thanks also to “Digit Person” for recommending one test using the (easy&instant) BDORT/QRA/CRA/or perhaps VENDERSAHL test! Now we know with certainty that we are each 100% hydrated!
      7+ years ago, my husband’s desperate 4-month long fight with MRSA was easily and quickly successfully resolved in no more than 36 hours by using Dan’s Solid State Technology. The allopathic treatment had failed, the alternative kept him alive, and the nurses who came to change his bandages 2-3 times per week did what they could to keep him comfortable…
      We started drinking WayBack water at that time, and only when eating away from home do we drink any other. Since we are 70+ yrs young, active and drug free, we allow for the possibility, even likelihood, that WayBack water has been an important contributor to the quality of our lives:-)
      Neither we, nor any of the about 20 people we know who drink it, have EVER experienced any unpleasant side effects.

    • wash Aug 16, 2014 @ 22:15

      Stan Johnson of VA? If so I need to talk to you before Wednesday.

  • Skip Jun 30, 2014 @ 13:19

    Dan and John make similar claims. Has anybody compaired the two?

  • stan richards Jan 7, 2015 @ 11:40

    I would love to know how do i get way back water delivered to me in south africa. is there a place i could order it from or must i only order through you. my cells are thirsting to be hydrated

  • Daniel Hitt Feb 28, 2015 @ 8:12

    After reading postings on the Way Back Water. I decided to post my experiences with the effects of the water, over a period of seven years. I have in the beginning experienced extreme detoxification. This detox lasted approx. 3 days, afterwards I felt like a new man with energy levels quiet amazing.
    A very amazing reaction with my heart beat, which averaged 52 BPM, and still today @ age 70. I called Dan Nelson, who stated his BPM was below 50, and Dan is a year younger than me.
    Another factor regarding good health, is the way we are created in the image of God. According to Otto Warburg also like D.N. Mr. Warburg won his first Nobel prize in 1936 , for proving that the body that has a P.H. ( parts of Hydrogen) of 8, will cause the body to heal itself, and will bring excellent health.
    Enough said, I, and my family, have been blessed to know Dan Nelson for many years.
    In my opinion Dan is a gift from God, to help humanity live a healthier and happier Life.

    May God continue to bless Dan & Lynn with a long , healthy & Spiritual Life.

  • Diana H. May 30, 2015 @ 9:23

    To join the positron group it is 75, not $15.

  • aye ehl Jul 11, 2015 @ 1:43

    …I’m no scientist nor physicist- but as a layman, it seems to me that it would be simple enough to confirm or debunk the hydrating capability claim of ANY water-property enhancing product, by way of some simple- yet viable, testable and repeatable (provable) “human cells in a sterile test tube/petri dish” type vetting procedure. Would you agree?

  • aye ehl Jul 11, 2015 @ 11:12

    Whereas, in my due diligence efforts regarding a device or procedure or service provided which can accurately measure and report the hydration level of human cells, tissues and body systems on both sides of the blood/brain barrier, I have at this point found that a pulse oximeter is a device which can be attached to the finger tip and used to measure the oxygen level in the blood; a hygrometer as an instrument for measuring the humidity of the air or a gas, and an Inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometer- or ICP-MS, as a more complete plasma
    ionization system which can be used to quantitatively measure the total amount of specific elements of the periodic table of elements (ie, trace minerals) within the blood, I am yet
    seeking- and would like your assistance in identifying such a device or service that can provide your fans and followers an accurate and affordable means of measuring the cellular hydration level afforded to them via the use of Dan Nelson’s wayback water product. Best wishes and any enlightenment that can provide in this endeavor will of course be greatly appreciated.

    • Jack Stackhouse Jul 11, 2015 @ 16:10

      Variations of the Standard Absorption Test are accessible to anyone with a moderately powered microscope. Simply prepare a slide with a thin layer of dehydrated plant cells, focus then add a drop of water. Usually, it can take up to 30 hrs, for any water to penetrate the cell. Wayback accomplishes this in less than a minute! a simple comparative variation can be preformed with a cup of wayback and a cup of other water, simply add tea bags and compare side by side. But for effects in the body, you can prepare a slide with a fresh blood sample, before drinking way back, and then take a sample immediately after drinking a small amount of wayback, even an once or two, the difference is remarkable!

      • aye ehl Jul 12, 2015 @ 3:02

        Thanks for the heads-up, Jack. i will be looking into this suggestion further.

    • Rodney Jul 26, 2015 @ 5:14

      Dear “aye ehl”, some fancy sounding words there buddy and gizzmos..anyway there are numerous pictures available of structured water in comparison to the dead stuff which give credence to Dans claims but the most accurate way to measure cell hydration levels is likely through kinesiology, and though we have trillions of cells with a trillion different specific levels in each the kinesiology should draw an accurate average..sorry if this isnt scientific enough for you but when you move in these energy cirlcles type community you need to open your mind up a bit to embrace some new tech

      • aye ehl Aug 1, 2015 @ 8:30

        This is a reply for “rodney” comment of July 26, 2015 early AM. Hey there PAL, l don’t know how accustomed you are to gathering detail and vetting claims made by promoters of “anything”, but YOUR response seems to reflect a lacksadasical attitude about your $$ and health. About kinesiology, were you aware of the 2006 study conducted by Lawrence E. Armstrong, PHD, FACSM of the University of Connecticut- Human Performance Laboratory-Dept. of Kinesiology & Nutritional Sciences? The data is precious- look it up. As for what you mock as fancy words and gizmos in my earlier quest for information sharing, there is a refreshing and redeeming quality to vetted research. You are reminiscent of someone else affiliated with this website- who stated that l “probably wouldn’t be a good fit” for the concepts expressed here. I will simply respond to you both with this statement that you really shouldn’t be so defensive or flippant about such relevant and important health and finance questions pertaining to the information provided on this site. You should rather welcome all inquiry and opportunity to “prove” what you have to say and offer. Don’t be afraid and don’t be lazy. I’m still vetting.

  • Kobyn S Feb 2, 2018 @ 16:27

    Very Cool! I cant find too much other info on the web with Dan Nelson. But Im willing to try out the water and see what happens. Cheers!

  • Irish Jun 9, 2018 @ 20:14

    Is there anyone out there who is just beginning the Wayback Ramp Program? All the comments above are from 3-5 yrs ago. I started on 5-14-18 with 4 oz twice daily and am just finishing up 6 oz twice daily with some good results already. Please let me know if you are a recent participant and we can compare notes. Thank You.

    • Kim Greenhouse Jun 15, 2018 @ 10:31

      What would be really useful is to talk with other people on the Wayback website and am sure they will give you names of people who are also on it, who won’t mind speaking directly with you.

      • Natalie Erhard Coker Jun 9, 2019 @ 13:12

        Hi, it’s 2019, June. Just started the water.

        • Elizabeth Medaglia Jul 26, 2019 @ 19:21

          Hi Natalie. It’s July 2019. I just started today.

    • James Jul 10, 2018 @ 15:01

      Hi Irish,

      I am just finishing week 1….so far so good

  • Robin Roderick Nov 14, 2019 @ 14:11

    I drink 16 oz. of the Wayback Water per day. It took a few months, but the discs in my back rehydrated and i can walk now without a cane. I can’t drink more than that because I have hydrocephalus, but it does help! To me it’s money worth spent and lasts a very long time. My niece’s kidneys were shutting down because of a bad blood transfusion, and it saved her life.

  • christine whitehair Aug 10, 2021 @ 13:19

    If u don’t at least give this water a chance you will be the only one that loses. I can see a definite difference in my skin when i drink it regularly. I only manage to get one glass a day down.

  • star Oct 15, 2021 @ 13:47

    AquaCure® Model AC50 – Eagle-Research
    anyone acquainted with this ?

  • Alice bisset Jan 31, 2023 @ 19:07

    Been drinking w.b. For five years straight. Gave a mix bottle to a ninety year old client. Perrier size. He downed it . In fifteen min. He had healing crisiswent to bed. ThT was on fri. He had been on walker couldn’t remember anything and terminal end of Parkinson’s. I came to work mon, he had disposed of his walker, was wLking the neighborhood, talking with everyone, knew. My name and completely improved. At ninety. I truly believe that all dis ease is from our cells lying I. Filth and being dehydrated. From Alzheimer’s to cancer. Best thing is it’s water, not prosecutable!

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