Perhaps "clinical trials" was not the best wording for what I'm getting at. My point is that there should be results of some sort from scientific tests of the machines from before they were brought to market. These results should be reproducible under controlled conditions. My question is, do such test results exist, and if so, why hasn't anyone repeated the experiments to verify them?
I think we can safely say that no hard scientific studies exist on energized water. However, that fact makes me suspicious of the many claims that are made of the water. I'd be happy to reverse my stance if I saw some convincing evidence. . .
Energized water is a very curious thing, and would be absolutely wonderful if it could actually achieve all the effects attributed to it; for my part, however, I don't like accepting things on faith.