-Pound for pound
trees and other plants need much more water to survive than animals do.
At least 500 pounds of water must be lifted from a tree's roots to its
leaves to make one pound of tree tissue. More than 90 percent of the water
a tree intakes, 'leaks' out into the air through pores in leaves.
A tree 'pulls' water into
itself thanks to the Sun. Water evaporating from the leaves tugs on the
in the xylem. The xylem is the supporting and water conducting tissue of
plants consisting primarily of tracheids.(cells
in the xylem).and
vessels; a tree's woody tissue; its circulatory system.
The evaporation caused by
the Sun's rays heating up the tree, creates negative pressure inside the
tree. Because all the water molecules in the xylem are connected by hydrogen
bonds, a tug extends all the way down the trunk to the roots.."It
all has to do with the way water molecules interact.".says
plant biologist Michele Holbrook of Harvard University.
Grow plants 4x faster and
at 3-4x the size, just by structuring the water with a special crystal
Nassim Haramein developed and grows. It's been thirty years in the making.
It also will restructure the water in you for better health. Nassim calls
it the ARK crystal and it comes in a pendant. The YouTube video on it