Water Ionizers - What are They?
Water ionizers transform water to be simple, clean and structured, just as mother Earth intended our water to be.
A water ionizer is a special kitchen water filter system which raises the pH of drinking water, simplifies the cluster-sizes of molecules in the water, and makes the water structured. Ionized water molecules are hexagonal shaped, which is a special shape that water will take on when it’s in its most natural, divine condition, as nature and God intended. This water has been compared to pristine water found in an untouched mountain stream in its crystalline beauty. We do so much to our water supplies to make them unnatural, but a water ionizer reverses that process and brings the water back to its natural simplicity, beauty, shape and healing qualities.
Ionized Water vs Distilled Water
Some sites have falsely claimed that distilled water is the most "pure" and "perfect" water, however when flash-frozen this picture shows a comparison between the crystals made from filtered, ionized water and those made by distilled water. Which one looks more as God intended to you?
On the left is a picture of a beautiful, divine crystal that was produced with a water ionizer. Usually only water from the most pristine, natural, untouched mountain streams has the shape and beautiful structure of a perfect crystal. On the right you see a picture of what distilled water looks like when it's flash-frozen. Read more: Hexagonal Water
Fighting Aging & Diseases
Ionized water molecules contain within themselves extra hydrogen molecules. These extra hydrogen molecules (known as molecular hydrogen) have been proven by hundreds of research studies to help fight aging and most diseases known to man.
How is a Water Ionizer Used? How Does it Work?
A water ionizer uses the science of electrolysis to separate the incoming water into acidic and alkaline streams. The alkaline water created is what people drink. The acidic water is what people will use for beautification of hair, skin, and general cleaning. It is also good for watering plants.
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Water Ionizers Explained
Water ionizers originally were manufactured in Japan, where their medical teams used ionized water with patients who had diabetes, preeclampsia, skin disorders, and other diseases. The popularity of water ionizers quickly spread to other Asian countries and then eventually to Europe and the US.
Water ionizers are popular with people who subscribe to holistic healing measures or holistic preventative health practices. There is no medical claim being made with a water ionizer, but there are observable and tested benefits, reported by the thousands, for drinking ionized water. It is simply intuitive that living a healthy lifestyle and drinking water that the body “likes” is a good, practical practice for future health and longevity.
Almost all bodies are negatively affected by excess acidity. Living things are super sensitive to pH variations and the body can become very ill if it gets over-acidic. Yet, the diets of most Americans are acidic. So, balancing out the pH is crucial for the health of every living being. Drinking ionized water all day long has helped many people bring balance to their pH and their overall health.
Bodies are also bombarded constantly with free-radicals. Oxygen becomes a deadly free-radical when it has lost its electron. Drinking ionized water gives the body the balance of hydrogen (a source of plenty of free and safe electrons) needed to act as antioxidants and powerful free-radical scavengers. The free-radical scavaging benefits of ionized water are also widely reported.
The water ionizer unit, itself, is usually hooked up to your kitchen water supply. People either install it on the countertop (next to the sink) or under the sink (with a special filter-faucet above). Though most water ionizers are perfectly suited to countertop installation, there is one (and only one) that we can recommend for undersink installation. We use caution when recommending undersink water ionizers because of the potential to damage to one’s home if a leak should arise sometime in the future.