The results of studies of electrochemical indices of waters activated with structurally stressed calcium carbonate tension in micellar form during storage are presented and these indicators of water were shown to change over time. In this case, waters, having initially superior activity over time reduce it, giving place to the waters that have at this moment an activity greater than the activity of the sample leading at the beginning. Established that the cause of this oscillatory over time change in activity is a non-local interaction between macroscopic quantum systems of activated waters located at a distance from each other. Oscillatory changes of the electrochemical indices of activated water during storage reflect the dynamic of changes in its biological properties. These changes in the electrochemical indices should be considered in evaluation of the structural and energetic state of the activated water during storage by means of introducing the correction factors.