One of the recurring basic questions is the behavior of the erythrocytes in the blood on the energized water, which in most cases is the tap water. This is known to many as the “money-roll-dissolving” effect on erythrocytes in the blood.
Not aggregated erythrocytes tangent to the margins are, among other criteria, a good indication of a largely unloaded blood. So-called “money-roll-shaped, clumped structures” can be caused due to stress, the blood due to acidification, stress, e-smog, toxins etc. among others.
Erythrocytes are roundish blood cells that are responsible for oxygen transport. They are colored red, as they containing blood pigment hemoglobin which is red. Hemoglobin binds the oxygen. Too few or too many erythrocytes in the blood can indicate certain diseases. The red blood cells have a vital function: they transport oxygen to every corner of the body. Oxygen is consumed in body cells, producing carbon dioxide. This comes with the Erythrocytes to the lungs and it is released into the breath and exhaled.