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QEnergySpa Egg Plant Life Span Extension

QEnergySpa, BEFE Egg Plant Life Span Extension

QEnergySpa/B.E.F.E. Egg Plant Longetivity Trial


To conduct a longevity experiment in order to show the effects of supplying additional Bio‑Energy to an Egg Plant.  This will be done using the patented QEnergySpa, BEFE from Q the Experience.

It is theorised that increasing the Bio-Energy content in an Egg Plant will have the effect of prolonging the life span (use by date).

1 x 4105 QEnergySpa, BEFE
2 x Egg Plant
1 x containers to charge water and fruit
2 x trays or plates (Dated & ID Charged , Uncharged)

One Egg Plants will be placed into a container of water with an Orb connected to a 4105 QEnergySpa, BEFE and charged for a period of 35 minutes. After the charging session the Egg Plant will be placed on a plate.
The second Egg Plant will have no treatment.
No further treatment of the Egg Plant will occurred and as little handling as possible will be maintained.

The Egg Plants are to be photographed each day and have any observations recorded.

If possible the trials will be left long enough to harvest the seeds so they can be used to research the effect or changes to the next generation in a future trial.

It is expected that the Egg Plant that has been charged with Bio-energy using a 4105 QEnergySpa will have a longer shelf life compared to the Egg Plant that has not been charged.



 Trial commenced 19th April 2004

Charging Egg Plant

20th April 2004

21st April 2004
The skin on the uncharged Egg Plant is beginning to wither

22nd April 2004

23rd April 2004
The uncharged Egg Plant is beginning to soften whilst the charged Egg Plant is still firm.

27th April 2004
The uncharged Egg Plant is showing signs of deterioration; the surface of the fruit is withering and the Egg Plant is becoming visibly smaller. The charged fruit does not appear to have changed.

28th April 2004

29th April 2004

30th April 2004

4th May 2004
The uncharged Egg Plant has deteriorated further whilst the charged Egg Plant appears to remain the same

5 May 2004

6th May 2004

7th May 2004

11th May 2004
The uncharged Egg Plant has deteriorated to the point that fungi has set in and the rate of decomposition is accelerating. The charged Egg Plant is still edible and is showing no signs of deterioration.

14th May 2004

17th May 2004
The charged Egg Plant is still firm but is showing slight signs of withering on the surface.

18th May 2004

At the conclusion of the trial the charged Egg Plant was cut open and was found to be in very good condition. The photo above shows a brown colour on the flesh which began after the fruit was opened to the air.
Whilst cutting the charged fruit it was found to still be very firm and a moderate amount of moisture was present.The uncharged Egg Plant started to show the first signs of deterioration on the 27th April 2004 and the charged Egg Plant remained viable for a further 21 days.The expectations of this experiment was to extend the longevity of an Egg Plant by providing it with extra bio-energy using a QEnergySpa, BEFE. From the photos above it appears it has been achieved.It should also be pointed out that no refrigeration or any other treatment was used on the Egg Plants over the duration of the experiment.Further experiments should be conducted to confirm the above preliminary findings. These experiments should be conducted in a controlled environment for consistency on both fruit in the experiment.


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QEnergySpa, BEFE Pumpkin Trial

QEnergySpa, BEFE Pumpkin Trial

Meringandan Pumpkin Trial

Jap Pumpkin Trial


Jap Pumpkin Trial Log (Meringandan)

Day 1


The trial commenced on the 23rd October 2003 at Freda Garret’s property at Meringandan in Queensland, Australia.

A fenced area was provided to conduct the trial. The preparation of the seed mounds required the ground to be dug and potting mix applied and mixed in with the soil of each mound.

Prior to the charging session a pH and conductivity test was done on the bore water.






8 Jap Pumpkin seeds were placed in a 10 litre container and covered with water.

A 3050 QEnergySpa, BEFE and Orb were used to charge the water for a period of 35 minutes on low setting due to the high conductivity of the bore water.

After the charging session the seed was planted into the mounds with 4 seeds per mound and planted at a depth of 40 mm. After planting, each mound was identified according to the type of water treatment it was to receive.

Each mound was watered with 20 litres of water according to its water rating.

                                    Figure 1 – Fenced area for the trial
                                    Figure 2 – Four (4) mounds prepared for planting
                                    Figure 3 –  Taking pH and Conductivity Readings
                                    Figure 4 – Charging the pumpkin seeds
                                   Figure 5 – Planting out the trial. Latex gloves were                                                                                                     worn to  prevent contact with the seeds.




31st October 2003

Trial pumpkins monitored and it was observed that seeds in the groups had emerged.

Only one seed had struck in the uncharged seed and charged water group.

Each group was watered according to its treatment.

Readings of pH 7.8 and Conductivity of 1.8 mS/cm were recorded after the water had been charged.


Uncharged seed, charged water

1 seed germinated

Charged seed, charged water

3 seeds germinated


Charged seed, uncharged water

3 seeds germinated

Uncharged seed, uncharged water (control)

3 seeds germinated


 18th December 2003

Uncharged seed, charged water Charged seed, charged water


Charged seed, uncharged water Uncharged seed, uncharged water


27th February 2004


Charged Seed Charged Water

7 fruit in the first fruiting, average 2 1/2kg

Largest area covered by plant

A lot of fruit in second fruiting being formed


Uncharged Seed Charged Water

First to form Fruit

1 fruit in first fruiting 3kg

Second fruiting already evident 1kg


Charged Seed Uncharged Water

Slow to form pumpkins

3 fruit in first fruiting 2kg

Second fruiting just evident


Uncharged seed Uncharged Water

Very late to form fruit

First fruiting 3 pumpkins

Second fruiting 2 pumpkins

Not much time between fruiting


5th March 2004

(A)     Uncharged seed and uncharged water.

Brix leaf reading   2

Weight   # 1 – already picked

               # 2 – 1.5 kgs

               # 3 – 2.7 kgs

               # 4 – 2.6 kgs

Measurement (diameter)   # 1 – already picked

# 2 – 190 mm

                                         # 3 –  200 mm

                                          # 4 – 200 mm







(B)     Uncharged water charged seed

Brix leaf reading   3.4

Weight   # 1 – 4.2 kgs

               # 2 –  3.4 kgs

               # 3 – 3.9 kgs

Measurement (diameter)     # 1 – 245 mm

                                                        # 2 – 220 mm

                                                        # 3 – 235 mm


Left # 1   Right # 3




(C)    Uncharged seed charged water

Brix leaf reading  4

Weight    # 1 – 4.8 kgs

               # 2 – 3.2 kgs

               # 3 – 2.5 kgs

Measurement (diameter)  # 1 – 245 mm

                                                    #  2 – 210 mm

                                                   # 3 –  220 mm









(D)     Charged seed charged water

Brix leaf reading  4.4

Weight    # 1 – 4 kgs

               # 2 – 3.2 kgs

               # 3 – already picked

               # 4 – 2.1 kgs

               # 5 – already picked

               # 6 – 2.3 kgs

Measurement (diameter)       # 1 – 230 mm

                                                # 2 – 230 mm

                                                # 3 – already picked

                                                # 4 – 190 mm

                                                # 5 – already picked

                                                # 6 – 210mm











19.03.2004 – Brix test readings and conductivity

Group A – uncharged seed, uncharged water 6.8 flesh sap 16.5 9.4 mS/cm
Group B – charged seed, uncharged water 5 flesh sap 10.3 8.1 mS/cm
Group C – uncharged seed, charged water 5.6 flesh sap 8 6.9 mS/cm
Group D – charged seed, charged water 6.8 flesh sap 13 6.8 mS/cm
Comparing each of the pumpkins, the riper the pumpkin the darker the colour of the flesh and the higher the brix level.






A Sample from each of the trial pumpkins was taken, cooked and mashed for a taste test.

Each taster was asked to rank the pumpkins in order of sweetness and texture.

The following is the majority preference (1 being the most preferred).

(A) Uncharged seed, Uncharged water 3
(B) Charged seed, Uncharged water 5
(C) Uncharged seed, Charged water 4
(C2) Uncharged seed, Charged water 2
(D) Charged seed, Charged water 1
Pumpkins B, C & A were not quite mature.
Pumpkins C2 & D were ripe.

Pumpkin C2 was extra to the trial.


Note the colour difference between the pumpkins