How To Turn A Glass Of Water Into A Pharmaceutical, Supplement, Remedy & “Information Carrier” Using The Science Of Infopathy.

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I've talked in the past about the use of inaudible sound waves to elicit specific brain wave and neurotransmitter responses, specifically with a device called the “Apollo,” which I discuss in this podcast.

I've also been exploring the use of magnetic waves to elicit certain neurotransmitter responses, via a device called a “Hapbee,” which can simulate chemicals such as caffeine, nicotine, melatonin, MDMA, etc. to elicit a physiological response without the actual intake of supplements, pharmaceuticals, or any other compounds or medicines. I'll be doing a podcast on this device soon.

And finally, I've now been experimenting with a so-called “Infopathy” device (use code BENG10 for 10% off any of their devices), which “imprints” water, or your body, with frequencies of everything from St. John's Wort to coffee to Viagra to anything else you want from their literal hundreds of “infoceutical” options. It's so fascinating that I just had to get the inventor on the show!

Anton Fedorenko, the creator of the Infopathy devices, received his BASc in applied physics and mathematics and MASc in innovation and high technologies from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in Russia. For 10 years, Anton has been involved with several water-related projects wherein he not only conducted fundamental research but also developed water-related products and web-based platforms. From 2013 to 2017, he was a member of the organizing committee for the annual Water Conference on the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology of Water. In 2018, Anton founded Ash•Nu Technologies Inc. and is currently developing two platforms: Infopathy and AquaPsy. Infopathy allows users to transfer infoceuticals (ICs) for health, cosmetic, veterinary, and gardening purposes anytime, anywhere. AquaPsy takes consciousness research to a whole new level. Through AquaPsy, people from around the world can be connected remotely to water-based sensors, which can detect and evaluate influences caused by non-local mind effects. Both these platforms help one rediscover themselves from the quantum view.

During this discussion, you'll discover:

-Infopathy defined…9:05

-Quantum Electro Dynamic (QED) theory applied to everyday life…13:30

  • Video on the QED theory
  • Should water be consumed immediately after being treated?
    • Consume within 3 days
    • Avoid exposure to WiFi or cell phones
  • Miron glass to protect herbs and nutrients from radiation
  • 1 tsp of salt added into the water to increases the efficacy of infopathy (mineralized water is more stable)
  • IC Pad for charging water (use code BENG10 to save 10%)

-Mixing many ingredients into treated water…18:30

  • A “complex” is a mix of several ingredients into one water
  • Suggestions for complexes in order to get the desired result
  • Public complexes are created by practitioners via a peer-reviewed process
  • Running a new infoceutical on top of an existing one will override the old one

-The wearable that allows you to transmit infoceuticals…22:30

  • IC Hummer wearable device, that can also be used on water (use code BENG10 to save 10%)
  • If you don't have the IC Pad, wrap the Hummer around the water and get the same effect
  • IC Pad is slightly faster than the Hummer and also contains herbs
  • The IC Hummer can be attached to the body and absorbed while you do stuff
  • Get a better effect if you wear two IC Hummers at once
  • You can be up to 30 feet away from the device and get the effect
  • A wired device will be more effective than a bluetooth device

-PEMF used to transfer infoceuticals into the body…29:45

  • Files are stored in audio format
  • The PEMF absorbs the electromagnetic waves that are present in the audio
  • Some infoceuticals are PEMF only: must be plugged in, no Bluetooth
  • PEMF infoceuticals are best applied directly to the body, not by drinking imprinted water
  • Three types of infoceuticals:
    • Imprint – signals created from substances; physical products (with any device or via water)
    • PEMF – use them with Glowing IC Pad or IC Hummer to emit PEM waves (wearable and wireless)
    • Audible – does not require a device are used with headphones or with the IC Hummer (also emits acoustic waves)
  • PEMFs are directly applied to the body

-Liquids other than water that can be used to transfer infoceuticals to the body…34:05

  • Liquid should not be hotter than 30°C (around 90°F)
  • Molecules move too fast for it to be effective
  • Ben did a liver and gallbladder transfer via a chilled cocktail

-Legitimate research that has been conducted on infoceuticals…37:00

-Ben and Anton's favorite infoceuticals and best practices…41:35

-Infoceuticals that are appropriate for plants and animals…48:05

-Appropriate frequency of use for infoceuticals…49:20

  • Imprinted and PEMF require regular use to maintain the effects
  • IC Pad can be made wireless with an inexpensive adapter
  • Occasional Bluetooth exposure is not as problematic as constant exposure

-Tips on creating infoceutical complexes…52:22

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50 thoughts on “How To Turn A Glass Of Water Into A Pharmaceutical, Supplement, Remedy & “Information Carrier” Using The Science Of Infopathy.

  1. Donovan says:


    I just listened to this cast and assume you tried the Sildenifil transfer you were eager to try by now. What was your result?

  2. Al White says:

    This was very informative. But how do you ensure that someone doesn’t go rogue and imprints a poison or some other harmful compound and masks it as something else?

  3. Matthew says:

    Mr. Greenfield, are you still using this device and if so what has your experience been?

  4. Thomas says:

    Hi Anton, first of all, thanks for trying to make the world a better place! This sounds almost too good to be true.

    I’m thinking to buy the IC Pad after listening to the podcast. But can you help to clarify one thing first.

    If I use, for example, the Roasted Coffee Bean imprint, will I then get caffeine in my body after drinking the water?

    1. Anton says:

      Hi Thomas,

      Imprinting water will not create substance in the water, therefore you will not increase the caffeine in your body. For example with Testosterone IC, some people who used testosterone IC reported an increase of testosterone in the blood. Therefore I assume that IC may affect organs involved in testosterone production and its level regulation. Caffeine IC may also affect systems that for example regulate blood pressure.

  5. subbaraju says:

    I lost faith in you. Shilling something nonsense

  6. Romulo says:

    I didn’t finish listening to the podcast but it seems the most basic question wasn’t asked: how do you determine the frequency of a substance? How do you record its “ signal” ? Every molecule vibrates, but I’m curious on how would you determine the frequency of a mix like coffee, that has caffeine and many other molecules in it.

    1. Anton says:

      Hi Romulo,

      Thank you for your question!

      We do not determine the frequency list from each substance, but just record complex signal which is emitted by a diluted substance when we excite that solution with white noise electromagnetic wave. Similarly, how it is done in spectroscopy – you shine white light through the solutions and see what frequency bands are absorbed and how much they are absorbed. The spectrum of the substance is complex and can be described as a graph where on OX you have frequency and on OY you have its intensity.

  7. Mikko says:

    Hi Ben and Anton

    I was wondering if keeping the infoceutical imprinted water in a Flaska bottle would erase the imprints and be replaced with the bottles own or would it be complementary to use such a vessel?

    Also would keeping infoceutical imprinted water (in, let’s say, a regular glass jug) near a Somavedic device erase the imprints?

    Many thanks for another podcast with the subject of water. It never ceases to amaze me (the properties of water and this podcast)!

    1. Anton says:

      Hi Mikko,

      Not sure whether Flaska will erase imprints. I assume that probably not, because it does not generate EMF (if I am correct).

      Near Somavedic I think may erase (but not sure, as I am not very familiar with details on how Somavedic works), therefore suggest keeping water at least 3-5 ft away.

      But because usually around us so many EMFs, better to pour water in stainless steel after imprinting.

  8. Annette Rapee says:

    Hi Ben,
    I loved this podcast but also have a question on Creatine… When is the best time to take this? Also, what do you recommend for a pre-workout formula? I recently bought the Alpha GPC, Creatine and Berberine from you Sean Wells podcast. When is the best time to take these and can I take all at once?

    Thank you!

    Annette Rapee

  9. Daria says:

    Hi Ben, thanks a lot for all you do, I’ve learned tons from you and look forward to more great podcasts.

    Just like you, I like to be active and to multitask, so I prefer to listen to your podcasts when I’m outside

    walking and exercising. However, as of this podcast, I see no Download option on the green bar at the

    bottom of the screen. I tried it in both Firefox and Chrome, right clicking, nothing works.

    How can I download it to put it on my phone?

    God bless,


    1. James Newcomb says:

      Hi Daria, we’re working out a few bugs on a new player. The download button is now visible. Sorry for the trouble.

      1. BOLDIZAR JANOS says:

        ESCUSE ME , BUT THERE IS NO The download button is now NOT visible ! ( TO THE How To Turn A Glass Of Water Into A Pharmaceutical, Supplement, Remedy & “Information Carrier” Using The Science Of Infopathy. )

        1. James Newcomb says:

          Mr. Janos, the download button is located on the player the bottom of this page. Kindly email me [email protected] if you continue to have problems finding it.

  10. phil says:

    No downloads !Ben is an advocate of less emf. My old mp3 player is def better than streaming via my phone !

  11. Sue says:

    I’ve listened to many of your podcasts and learned a lot from them. I would like to listen to this one but it seems I can no longer download it to my mp3 player and listen while I’m active because the audio format has changed and there is no download link. I don’t want to listen on my phone. Can you add a download link please?

  12. Sandy says:

    I was interested in trying out the audibles but it requires me to select a device. It was my understanding we could try audibles with no device. Can you tell me how this is possible? Very interested! Thanks

    1. Anton says:

      Hi Sandy,

      Selecting a device just presets minimum transfer time. You can select any device to play Audible. But, anyways to remove confusion we added the Headphones option in the Devices list on Infopathy for the Audible ICs.

  13. Sebastian Muñoz says:

    Are there any videos on how to use?

    1. Anton says:

      Hi Sebastian,

      We added few short videos on how to use Glowing IC Pad and how to use IC Hummer.

  14. Inogen says:

    in your interview with Shawn Wells, you described this technology as a good way to try the effects of certain plants/compounds before taking the real thing. As I understand it, the information transferred to the body IS the real thing. Have I misunderstood?

  15. Harald says:

    Hi Ben, thank you for the interesting podcast on this topic. I‘m member of a German group with over 200 people using it every day for them self and also as intervention for clients.

    I can understand everybody who is skeptical with this concept an asks for scientific evidence. Many solutions started with practical evidence and than were proven in scientific studies. Look forward to this for Antons work.

    From the practical perspective we have a broad experience of the benefits.

    I personally love the approach to bring the technology to as many people as possible and to reach that make it affordable.

    An IC Pad is one of the cheapest „biohacking“ devices I bought in the last years, but one of the must effective. Even the IC Hammer has a broad range of benefits and is much cheaper than for example the Sensate.

    So I can recommend everybody to make own experiences with the devices.

    1. Ben says:

      If you have the devices, can you please describe any differences you find in them from regular speakers? Couldn’t we use speakers for “imprint” as well as “audible”? If you listen closely to the imprint on the ic pad, does it sound exactly the same as when using speakers with the same IC?

  16. Hi Ben,

    I wanted to buy „boundless“ – also because of the many scientific mentions. But now I‘m hesitant. If in this book you apply the same scientific rigor as when it comes to infoceuticals, then it‘s not worth a penny.

    Every time some esoteric idea has no proper explanation then QED is used – as the reader likely will not understand it anyway – to come up with some fancy BS concepts. Just check the scientific materials: First there are no coherent domains in water surviving long or reaching the extensions required. This just collides with thermodynamics. So the basic assumption is simply wrong. Secondly nothing has ever proven that cell receptors work with electromagnetic spectrums (and even what exactly the spectrum would be in the context of proteins and why the protein should emit electromagnetic spectrums when close to a receptor). Even the website itself states that this is just a hypothesis.

    You should and will know how powerful placebo effects are. So of course it will work to a certain extent (as homeopatic medecine does). It‘s just a powerful token of believe that triggers placebo reactions.

    Is this just about making a bit more revenue? If so be aware, that distributing BS theories that lack any substance just takes away your credibility and will backfire.

    Best regards,


    P.S. Yes, I also have a degree in physics and mathematics. But anyone with a degree can claim BS just to sell some stuff to people that have no clue about the underlying concepts.

    1. Lillian says:

      Thank you for this Simon.

      I too have always respected Ben’s work but this podcast throws major doubt for me.
      After hearing it I did a research deep dive and from what I can glean, infopathy is a total nonsense.
      It has no scientific basis and in its own words is entirely “hypothetical”.

      Please let’s not compare it to a device like Apollo Ben, which does have a legitimate scientific basis and sound clinical foundations.

      From what I can gather, infopathy is not worthy of air time and devoting a podcast to it is confusing to your loyal listeners to say the least.

    2. JUDY says:

      I had watched this video recommended and one thing I have learned is anything cutting edge is almost ALWAYS considered unscientific in the beginning.

  17. Inogen Katharine MacKenzie says:

    I am so excited about this!!

    PLEASE can you add a transcript so that I can take my time with studying it all?

    1. Check back in a couple of days and it should be up!

  18. Mark says:

    Hi, Great show.

    I do want this product to work, I really do. A couple of things don’t add up for me.

    First, having no side effects, across the board, sounds odd. Wether something is an effect or a side-effect is a somewhat arbitrary label, sometimes subjective to a consumer. Just take the various effects/side effects of metformin for an example. How does the information transfer take account of that and effectively select the effects you want from a molecule and ignore the effects you don’t want.

    Secondly, in the last few minutes it is revealed that alcohol is unavailable, if I heard that right. This is strange. Why not? Free alcohol with no side effects? Conspicuous in its absence from the list of molecules, it is an easy one to test efficacy – just keep gulping back the encoded water until you get pissed, or not, as the case may be.

    Im not naysaying for the sake of it, just some pretty big queries is all. Still a great episode.



    1. Anton says:

      Hi Mark,

      Thank you for your comment! Agree, it would be correct to say no “negative effects”. When we record the signal from a substance we do not filter anything, we record it as it is. We assume that organism does “filtration” of the information. How exactly it happens is unclear so far, just an observation. Regarding alcohol, added to a wish list, thank you! Would be interesting to see what effect it might have.

      Best regards, Anton

  19. Erik says:

    Fascinating podcast. I’ve been meaning to learn more about Infoceuticals for some time now. I thought that Ben’s dad was selling an Infoceutical device some time ago, but I don’t see it on his website now. Anyway, I ordered the Hummer today, as it seems like the “one” device to get, if you can only fit one into budget.

    Note: I believe Miron Glass does NOT block (or protect) it’s contents from EMF or other frequencies that could affect the “imprinted” contents. I believe Anton only agreed with this point because he did not fully understand what Miron glass is, and was going off of Ben saying that it blocked electromagnetic frequencies (it doesn’t). Miron Glass only blocks some of the light spectrum (in the reds, I believe). This is further supported by the fact that Infopathy warns against using a metal container (blocks) to Imprint, but shows using a Miron Glass Dropper bottle (doesn’t block) to Imprint using Method 2 (30 day).

    Takeway: you can use Miron Glass for imprinting, and your contents will NOT be protected if they are placed in close proximity to strong EMF (WiFi, SmartMeter, etc).

    1. Anton says:

      Hi Erik,

      Thank you for your comment! You are right, Indeed I was not familiar with what is Miron Glass is, I think I understood it as mirrored glass :) And assumed that is it a glass coated with silver, which would shield EMF.

      1. Erik says:

        Thank you! For bringing such an amazing device to market at an affordable price.
        Looking forward to receiving mine. Please add a 3-Bromopyruvate frequency to the Infoceiticals library. My dad is in the process of healing from cancer, and that compound is difficult to obtain. He’s a retired scientist, and fascinated with what you guys are doing.

        1. Nick says:

          Erik, how has your experience been so far?

  20. Andrew says:

    If I was to do something like the testosterone infoceutical should I cycle it? Also, will there be future ingredients for things like muscle gain and performance?

    1. Anton says:

      Hi Andrew, with Glowing IC Pad no need to set repeats (2 minutes is enough), but for a bit stronger effect you can cycle 2-3 times.

      1. Michael says:

        I think he means cycle as in do it for a month then take a month off kind of like one would cycle testosterone replacement therapy or steroids.

    2. Anton says:

      With respect to muscle gain and performance, we have many Infoceuticals available on Infopathy – try searching, for example, “muscle performance”, “muscle support”, “creatine”, “protein supplement”, “branched amino acids”, and “growth hormone”.

  21. Ben says:

    Infoceuticals sounds alot like rife frequencies. I’ve been using spooky2 rife for a while and have found it useful with my lyme. It’s not the only thing you would need, but it’s definately beneficial.

    Unfortunately with these kinds of things there’s going to be alot more people not open to it. I mean you see how people react to simple proven things such as colloidal silver, and other natural treatments that work, so imagine how they would react to this kind of thing.

  22. Mike says:

    Make sure you are not going “Down the Rabbit Hole” with Ben. What’s described in the Podcast is essentially new science with extraordinary claims. Such claims need to meet the “Sagan standard” – “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence”

    In this case Double-blind placebo studies, by someone other then the company, as proof that this stuff works.

    1. Erik says:

      1. Simon says:

        If you cite stuff, then please from something that actually has any scientific value. You‘ll find anything on the Internet. The article you cite does not prove anything or apply to any scientific standards.

        About coherent domains, there has been plenty of research, like this one:

        Even the infoceuticals page itself describes the mechanism to be „hypothetical“. If you believe in it, it‘ll certainly work as do many other placebos. So if you want to throw out money to support a baseless claim. Go ahead.

        1. Erik says:

          I’m sorry Simon, I mistakenly thought that “SCIENCE IMPACT | Discussing Various Science Topics” might have some “scientific value.” But, maybe Science Impact is just a quacky blog. I can’t say.
          The article, on the other hand, is about the research of Luc Montagnier, a virologist and recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus. He thinks his work proved that one could reconstitute a DNA sequence from “water memory.” I’m more reluctant to concede he is just a quacky scientist.
          Here’s a YT of documentary for you to watch, if you don’t like reading.
          It’s YouTube, so I’m sure the platform won’t meet your rigorous benchmark of “scientific value.” But, I encourage you to suspend knee jerk judgement, and measure the content.
          Thank you for permitting me to investigate Infopathy further. I will, but only because “Simon Says.” ;)

  23. David says:

    This is kind of a bizarre question, but would the shape of the glass container for your water affect the transfer process? The only glass container I have is kind of a fancy curved decanter unlike a straight up cylindrical cup.

    1. Anton says:

      Hi David,

      Thank you for your question! The shape of the glass does not matter. We recommend using a bottle with a lid, so you can shake (to energize) water before the transfer.

  24. Lisa says:

    Can you take too many of these infoceuticals? Can you “overdose”?

    1. Anton says:

      Hi Lisa,

      Thank you for your question!

      There are no negative side effects to infoceuticals and you can not take too many infoceuticals or “overdose”. The reason being is that the body will only take the information it needs. But if you use too many different infoceuticals at the same time, you will probably not have any effect, because the body will not be able to process all the information. The number of infoceuticals a person can simultaneously take depends on their health and energy state. Practitioners recommend including up to 6 infoceuticals in one complex. Also, to have the best effect it is generally suggested that you focus on a maximum of three specific health issues at one time.

  25. Kyle McGregor says:

    Learned about this company a few months back after buying one of your father’s personal water structuring devices. He actually had the IC Hummer and Glowing IC Pad for sale on his website under his personal health accessories tab. Or perhaps it just linked to Infopathy… Either way, I’m super stoked that you did a podcast on it! I’m far more confident in purchasing one of these now. I was worried about whether or not the EMF that would be used in the imprinting processes would interfere with the imprinting itself or the time frame through which the water would retain information if exposed.

    I was hoping that you would return to covering the information carrying capacity of water and how these infoceuticals could be used effectively. Your questions covered all of the ones that I had and a few more! You even partially covered the cannabis query at the very end much to my elation. Please do let us know if it works!

    There is a company called Water and Light BV that is going to be conducting a water structuring/energizing experiment on half of our dairy heard on the farm that I work on as an apprentice. They have a proprietary process, but from what I can discern, they are using the energies from light electromagnetic radiation to harmonize the water and allow to effectively act as a telecommunications system for all of the water in our land and our herd. Hopefully this company can use this worldwide as an act of altruism one day to bring back these necessary properties of earth’s water.

    Water is the most important telecommunications system there is. It connects the entirety of nature on earth with itself and with the cosmos. The disruption in the frequencies and information carrying/relaying capacity of water is likely the major underlying culprit of the decline of health of our earth and our weather patterns by proxy of the earth’s hindered interactions with the cosmos. This ultimately leads to a decline in health in ourselves as well. It’s a domino effect. Talk about getting to the root cause of big issues… Anyways, I’m done rambling. You rock, Ben, and as your message/priorities over the years has continued to change, It’s been a pleasure tuning in and really resonating with my own personal journey. Thank you!

    1. Kyle McGregor says:

      Ever thought about bringing this up to Paul Saladino? I think that he would find this fascinating as well! More regenerative agriculture proponents need to be informed about the true importance of water with livestock and food production! Our small biodynamic farm is making strides, but people often regard biodynamics as “woo woo” so it’s hard to be taken seriously at times.

      Just a thought!

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