Master Distributors of Dr. Willard's Catalyst Altered Water

Master Distributors of Dr. Willard's Catalyst Altered Water
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Weird Stuff is now offering the incredible Dr.Willard's Catalyst Water.Ingredients are Water,Sodium Meta Silicate,Calcium Chloride, Sulfated Castor Oil, Magnesium Sulfate,Fossilized Organics.
U.S Patent #3893943 & 4084938.
The PH of Dr. Willard's Catalyst Altered Water is highly alkaline at 12.7. It is a non-carbonated mineral water. An excellent treatment for burns and cuts.This is the original concentrate that is added to distilled water.Eight ounces of this concentrate will catalize 16 gallons of distilled water (half ounce per gal.)

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The Following is the Latest Research on Dr.Willard's Water,

Dr. Willard’s Catalyst Altered Water

Research Update – November 2009

WHAT IS IT?

Dr. Willard’s Catalyst Altered Water (CAW) is a non-carbonated mineral water containing sodium meta silicate, calcium chloride, magnesium sulfate, sulfated castor oil and powdered lignite. It has a pH of 12.34.

Catalyst Altered Water attracted public interest in 1980 when the CBS program ’60 Minutes’ broadcast interviews with people using it in a variety of applications (e.g., drinking; spraying on burns; agriculture, etc). Two agricultural applications (squash and wheat crops) suggested CAW improved plant growth and yield even in stressful growing conditions (e.g., drought).

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Dr. John Willard, PhD, inventor of Catalyst Altered Water, claimed his product contains a colloidal particle called a micelle. He suggested the micelle’s strong negative charge attracted and re-arranged the structure of water molecules and made ordinary water reactive and more effective as a transport medium in agricultural applications (see Jacobsen, Roy, Aqua Vitae, 1992 & Ley, Beth, Catalyst Altered Water, 1990).

In one of his early studies of the impact of CAW on plant growth, Dr Willard worked with Dean Sime, a commercial greenhouse owner in Rapid City, South Dakota (see Jacobsen, Roy, Aqua Vitae, 1992, page 69). They added 30 ml of CAW to a 4,000 litre reservoir and reduced Sime’s standard nutrient application by 50% (Ibid., page 70). Sime’s video testimony mentions improvements in seed germination, sturdier stocks, more blooms and more buds (see “Aqua Vitae”).

Applications of CAW in commercial greenhouses in Florida, Ontario and in British Columbia supported the Rapid City findings (see “Dr. Willard’s Catalyst Altered Water”, Crapper, CG, Maximum Yield, May/June 1999).

HOW DOES IT AFFECT PLANT GROWTH?

CAW has been tested on over 100,000 plants (tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet cayenne peppers, petunias, clematis, African daisies, Poinsettias, impatiens and bamboo). The results include:

Larger and/or greener plants
More blooms and/or plants blooming earlier
Sturdier stocks and/or more extensive root systems
Greater resilience in stressful growing environments
More yield per plant, larger fruit/flowers and enhanced flavour and aroma

HOW DO YOU APPLY IT?

In the reservoir: Just add 60ml of CAW to your mix of fertilizer and/or water or simply add it to your reservoir, regardless of its size. It will react immediately with the water in your reservoir. Watch your plants closely to ensure they are not being overfed. Some of the above test results were achieved with fertilizer reductions of 50% from normal levels.

As a foliar spray: For manual operations or smaller crops mix 15 ml. of CAW in 1 litre of water and spray a light mist on your plants. For automated systems and larger crops use the above mentioned reservoir mixture. The catalyst can be added to other foliar sprays.

For seed germination: Soak 1 set of seeds in a mix of 4 litres of water with 30 mL of CAW prior to transplant. Treat 2nd set of seeds as you would normally, prior to transplant. Compare plant growth, health and yield to determine impact of CAW. Alternatively, add mix of 4 litres of water with 30mL of CAW to your normal germination routine to determine any additional benefit of CAW.

Trace Mineral Analysis of Catalyst Altered Water

(pH 12.34)

CATALYST ALTERED WATER (DARK)
PPB

Iron (Fe)
Copper (Cu)

Maganese (Mn)

Molybdenum (Mo)

Nickel (Ni)

Zinc (Zn)

Boron (B)

Barium (Ba)

Strontium (Sr)

Calcium (Ca)

Magnesium (Mg)

Potassium (K)

Phosphorous (P)

Selenium (Se)

Titanium (T)

Silicon (Si)

4.750
.065

.193

.009

.025

.108

.362

.129

.518

38.400

10.100

5.610

1.680

.117

.386

658.000

Here is a current article on CAW water from Urban Garden Magazine in B.C
http://urbangardenmagazine.com/2011/02/grow-store-105-the-other-stuff-an...

Here is updated research on the CAW water...Enjoy!

Dr. Willard’s Catalyst Altered Water

Research Update – April 2011

WHAT IS IT?
Dr. Willard’s Catalyst Altered Water (CAW) is a non-carbonated mineral water containing sodium meta silicate, calcium chloride, magnesium sulfate, sulfated castor oil and powdered lignite. It has a pH of 12.34.

Catalyst Altered Water attracted public interest in 1980 when the CBS program ’60 Minutes’ broadcast interviews with people using it in a variety of applications (e.g., drinking; spraying on burns; agriculture, etc). Two agricultural applications in that broadcast (squash and wheat crops) suggested CAW improved plant growth and yield even in stressful growing conditions (e.g., drought).

HOW DOES IT WORK?
Dr. John Willard, PhD, inventor of Catalyst Altered Water, claimed his product contains a colloidal particle called a micelle. He suggested the micelle’s strong negative charge attracts water molecules and re-arranges their structure. Dr. Willard claimed this makes ‘ordinary’ water (tap water; well water; purified water) more reactive and more effective as a transport medium in agricultural applications (see Jacobsen, Roy, Aqua Vitae, 1992 & Ley, Beth, Catalyst Altered Water, 1990).

The potential impact Dr. Willard’s CAW on plant growth, even in very dilute solutions, was identified in one of his first experiments in a greenhouse environment. He and Dean Sime, a commercial greenhouse owner in Rapid City, South Dakota added 30 ml of CAW to a 4,000 litre reservoir and reduced Sime’s standard nutrient application by 50% (see Jacobsen, Roy, Aqua Vitae, 1992, page 69). Sime’s video testimony mentions improvements in seed germination, sturdier stocks, more blooms and more buds (see “Aqua Vitae” for results summary).

Applications of CAW in commercial greenhouses in Florida, Ontario and in British Columbia supported the Rapid City findings (see “Dr. Willard’s Catalyst Altered Water”, Crapper, CG, Maximum Yield, May/June 1999).

The high alkalinity of CAW (12.34) has also been cited by growers as a potential benefit where an overly acidic growing environment is an obstacle to healthy plant growth.

HOW DOES IT AFFECT PLANT GROWTH?
CAW has been tested on over 100,000 plants (tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet cayenne peppers, petunias, clematis, African daisies, Poinsettias, impatiens and bamboo). The results include:

• Larger and/or greener plants
• More blooms and/or plants blooming earlier
• Sturdier stocks and/or more extensive root systems
• Greater resilience in stressful growing environments
• More yield per plant, larger fruit/flowers and enhanced flavour and aroma

HOW DO YOU APPLY IT?

Reservoir: Just add 60ml of CAW to your mix of fertilizer and/or water or simply add it to your reservoir. It will react immediately with the water in your reservoir. Watch your plants closely to ensure they are not being overfed and adjust the nutrient levels accordingly. Some of the above test results were achieved with nutrient reductions of 50% from normal levels.

Foliar spray: For manual operations or smaller crops mix 15 ml. of CAW in 1 litre of water and spray a light mist on your plants. For automated systems and larger crops use the above mentioned reservoir mixture. The catalyst can be added to other foliar sprays.

Seed germination: Soak or spray 1 set of seeds in a mix of 4 litres of water with 30 mL of CAW prior to transplant. Treat 2nd set of seeds as you would normally, prior to transplant. Compare plant growth, health and yield to determine impact of CAW. Alternatively, add mix of 4 litres of water with 30mL of CAW to your normal germination routine to determine any additional benefit of CAW.

Cuttings: Soak cuttings in a mixture of 30 mL of CAW to 4 litres of water. You can also add this mixture to your

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