Water possesses a changable inner structure
The basic idea of GRANDER is to positively change the inner structure of water, thereby giving it back its assimilative capacity and resilience.
Water naturally possesses remarkable features which it is only able to uphold if it is kept in its natural state and spared from pollution. Tap water loses those features as it is pushed through pipes at high pressure and exposed to radio- and microwaves. The water consquentially lacks its vividness and flatens out.