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What Does the Freezing Process Do to the Ionized Water?

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When you freeze ionized water, what does that process do to the ionized water?

Taking ionized water directly from a water ionizer and pouring it into ice cube trays, and then freezing it…will your pH and ORP from ionization cancel out, reduce, or stay the same? And if so, how much?

In these videos, I demonstrate filling ice cube trays with ionized water from Level 3 of my Tyent 7070 water ionizer at 11.25 pH and -853 ORP.  When the cubes were frozen, they were removed, placed in a cup and allowed to thaw out.

The 2nd video shows the testing of the water after thawing out.

As you can see in the videos, the fresh ionized water taken directly from the water ionizer had a high pH and ORP, yet, when frozen and thawed, the pH reduced from 11.25 to 9.96 [still alkaline, but greatly reduced.] The ORP was even more drastic of a reduction. It went from -853 to +102 [a 955 point rise!].

Conclusion: The product of frozen ionized water is still filtered water, still alkaline even though greatly reduced, and has changed vectors to a positive ORP. Therefore…

If you’re making ice, go ahead and use your strongest alkaline setting! Also… ice is far less healthy for you than fresh ionized water straight from the water ionizer.

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Cathleen LoGrasso

Cathleen was a teacher/principal for 24 years and has been drinking ionized water for about 25 years. She created Alkaline Water Plus to educate people about the benefits of ionized water.

"The very best thing I have ever purchased is a WATER IONIZER!" Cathleen LoGrasso, Owner/CEO Alkaline Water Plus

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