Organic Water…And For A Good Low Organic Price.
So Why Do We Call It Organic Water?
Because this water is like water found in nature. If there ever was organic water this is it. Water found in nature, well maybe in those few pristine places where it still exists, like the Himalayan’s, is not only pure and full of minerals, it is also naturally “ionized.” This means the water has a net negative charge. That’s right, it gets charged up like a battery as it flows over the earth with all it’s natural minerals and electrical forces. The problem is when it stops flowing it begins to lose it’s charge. That’s why you can’t bottle it and why most of the water on the market has lost its charge by the time it gets to you in mostly plastic. In fact all the other water we drink has a net positive charge and that is an oxidizing solution from High School Chemistry class. So why are we drinking a oxidizing solution? Who knows. Well, it would be very expensive to ionize all the water like it is more expensive to grow organic foods. But we do it because without it we get sick and now it is easier than ever to get this healthy, super hydrating, delicious and clean water right from your home faucet!
Now you are one of the relative few who know the difference in water and the net result is the healthiest water on the planet that possesses specific measurable properties. This water is higher in pH; 7.5-9 and has what’s called a “negative ORP” (that’s Oxygen Reduction Potential). The new generation of filtration technology removes 99.9% of all toxins found in tap water.
But all you have to know is this water is delicious, free from toxins, super hydrating, full of oxygen, and neutralizes the acid in your body like nothing else can. It’s also loaded with antioxidants (OH-) which not only helps neutralize free radicals that cause cancer and all degenerative disease including aging, but it also balances your cellular pH to protect you from disease. It’s sort of like drinking an insurance policy. It protects you! So that’s why we call it organic water because it’s as nature intended.