There are substances called ions that support the formation of hexagonally structured water. Ions are minerals dissolved in water. In the past, as water from rivers or streams flowed down mountains to reach water sources, necessary minerals were picked up from minerals in rocks and soil by the water flow. Many of these ions were readily available in water.
As societies have become “industrialized” and more water was needed to supply growing populations, our water sources have become less pristine. Water treatment by municipalities further reduces the quality of our water and often negating the benefits of existing ions.