What is Pi-Water?

Well known especially in Japan, Pi-water is the water that is very similar to your living body water (i.e., water that constitutes a living body). It is water that can be found in all living bodies including humans, animals and plants.

Discovered in 1964 by Dr Akihiro Yamashita during his study of botanical physiology, Dr Yamashita was trying to establish if hormone-like molecules were responsible for triggering flowering in plants, a phenomenon he and fellow scholars named as Florigen.
He later found that the change from bud to a flower was caused by ‘body water’, which contained a very small amount of Ferric Ferrous Salt (Fe2Fe3), the key element in controlling various functions of living bodies. After many studies and extensive research, Dr Yamashita succeeded in creating a bio-water with special properties that helped plants thrive well beyond normal expectations. He named this ‘Pi-water’.

Pi-Water is created by adding Ferric Ferrous Salt (Fe2Fe3) to water through ceramics. When Fe2Fe3 is added to tap water, it quickly breaks down the chlorine and suppresses the increase of excessive free radicals, thus serving as an anti-oxidant.