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Should I be drinking plain RO water or alkalised RO water??

Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Sammy, Apr 23, 2015.


What do you think is the best water to drink?

  1. Plain RO water

    0 vote(s)
  2. Alkalised RO water

    0 vote(s)
  3. Spring water

    5 vote(s)
  1. Sammy

    Sammy New Member

    I am finally going to buy a reverse osmosis system for my family. But I don't know what type of RO system I should be getting.

    Plain ol' RO water actually has an acidic pH (~6.2)

    If I opt for an alkaliser (I believe they add marble, CaCO3 and sand, SiO2), it increases the pH to ~9-10

    According to pg 97 of Pollack's 4th Phase of Water,

    "In acidic water conditions, the ample hydronium ions in bulk water should continually chip away at EZ mass, tilting the balance towards a smaller EZ. We have confirmed this experimentally: sufficiently acidic pH does diminish EZ size. Salts erode the EZ similarly. Consider NaCl: While the Cl- component can combine with H3O+ in the bulk to yield HCl + H2O, the positive Na+ can invade the negative lattice, and go on to create NaOH by extracting a lattice OH- unit. The EZ erodes and adds a water molecule to bulk water. Wherever the lattice is open, positive ions of any sort can enter and cause EZ erosion."

    But what happens if I am adding a salt(is CaCO3 even a salt lol) to make the water more alkaline????
    Am I still getting the EZ benefit of the alkalised water??
    Does the Ca2+ cation behave the same way as the Na+ cation to destroy the EZ?
    Is it offset by CO32-?
    Should I even be adding Ca2+ to water in the first place in this microwaved world???
    Why is RO water even acidic???

    In need for some advice! Thanks guys :)
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  2. Penny

    Penny New Member

    All I know is a guy where I get my water from drinks alkaline water (they throw mag/calcium into it) and cured his eczema - the only other person I know who got rid of her fibroids in a couple weeks drank Fiji water -

    One thing to watch for in an RO system is most of them use 17 gallons of water to make one... I think the WATT one just uses up one -
  3. Luz

    Luz New Member

    I don’t know if this helps, but circa 2 months ago I was looking for a way to increase my magnesium intake naturally, so after many research I came across this water.

    If you live in Europe you can easily get it everywhere.

    The water is very rich in minerals! I only drink one big glass a day; otherwise you will spend lots of time in the toilette, like I did it the first day that I’ve tried it ;-)

    I don’t know if it is the magnesium the hydrogen carbonate or the sulphate, but since I’m drinking it I feel like superman ;-)
    Last edited: Apr 24, 2015
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    either one.......but a higher pH water helps the EZ.
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  5. bacon lover

    bacon lover New Member

  6. kovita

    kovita Gold

    my favourite candy too ;-). i can down a bottle a day, but as you say it is not recomendable as a daily routine ;-)
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  7. Nittygrittydanny

    Nittygrittydanny New Member

    is mixing in some borax good for bringing up pH?
  8. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    Posted this in the Quantum Health Facebook Group, and it's relevant to this thread: https://www.facebook.com/groups/872967099382852/permalink/994450147234546/


    Let's separate the pH issue from the H2 gas issue, because we're talking about different mechanisms here


    H2 in water is always good. See bio-fractal-soul-self's thread on the Kruse forums -- http://forum.jackkruse.com/index.ph...-ultimate-mitochondrial-redox-compound.12674/

    The H- anion is a great free radical scavenger. When a free radical is scavenged, a biophoton is emitted.


    pH of bulk drinking water is a different story. Technically, a higher pH will allow for easier charge separation. Note: By definition, concentration of free H3O+ is lower in water with higher pH.

    (a) nucleation sites (where the hexagonal EZ sheets start to form). In nature, these are usually negatively charged (eg: proteins with lots of electrons). I'm not 100% on this, but I'm pretty sure increases in pH increase the hydrophilic nature of nucleators, allow for easier EZ buildup.

    (b) greater concentration of OH- and negatively charged water-derived ions lead to EZ building

    (c) Disassembly of the EZ lattice is caused by interaction of positive ions like H3O+ with the EZ lattice to re-form individual H2O molecules. Having a lower concentration of free bulk-water H3O+ would reduce EZ erosion rates.


    Notes by Martin Chaptlin on water pH --http://www1.lsbu.ac.uk/water/water_dissociation.html


    Reminder: What you care about is EZ water next to your own proteins, in your cells, surrounding your mitochondrial, in your capillaries, etc ....

    Whether or not your drinking water contains lots of EZ may or may not affect this.

    Once formed, an EZ tends to remain until it is broken. This is especially so if there is a constant source of IR light, which inside the body is available in abundance.

    This could be a merit to drinking EZ water, but then again, your body is capable of making it's own EZ water.


    More important IMO is the strength of the Hydrogen bonding network of water. This really has more to do with how water forms clusters --http://www1.lsbu.ac.uk/water/clusters_overview.html

    pH is a secondary factor in this regard.


    So why the recommendation for Spring Water or RO water?

    RO water => not too many things to screw around with water from doing its thing

    *Good** Spring water => natural amounts of kosmotropes and chaotropes, whereby kosmotropes dominate to induce stronger hydrogen bonds


    Why Jack Kruse's recommendation to put your water on your magnetico?

    **Static magnetic fields** increase the hydrogen bonding network of water -- http://www1.lsbu.ac.uk/water/magnetic_electric_effects.html


    "Static magnetic effects have been shown to cause strengthened hydrogen bonding [1693] and an increase in the ordered structure of water formed around hydrophobic molecules and colloids [106], as shown by the increase in fluorescence of dissolved probes [108].

    Also, magnetic fields affect the infrared spectrum of water (showing its effect on water clustering) and these effects remain for considerable time after the magnetic field is removed [1697].

    Surprisingly, even very small magnetic fields may affect the solubility of gases in seawater (solubility increasing with magnetic field (20-50 µT) [1492], probably by their effect on the clathrate stability. "​


    IMPORTANT RELATED NOTE from the page I linked to in the immediate previous post. This describes how EMF destroys hydrogen bonding networks of water.

    Read the section -- http://www1.lsbu.ac.uk/water/magnetic_electric_effects.html#em

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  9. Tff

    Tff New Member

    Wow the Donat water mineral profile is amazing! Pretty high sodium but looks worth it.
    Don't think i can get it in asia sadly.
  10. Deb

    Deb New Member

    I am new here and working on the Leptin Rx but I have a question about water and redox (please remember my dopamine levels are probably shot-so be kind!) Someone is promoting this http://aseaglobal.com -it tastes like chlorine and promoted as redox molecules. I have stopped taking after first sip but thought I'd ask what you think!
  11. cantweight

    cantweight Gold

    Will weigh back in on this in several weeks...have recently addressed both air and water quality issues in my environment. Curious to see effects if any.
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  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

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  13. Deb

    Deb New Member

    Thank you Dr. k! Someone is promoting this http://aseaglobal.com -it tastes like chlorine and promoted as redox molecules. I have stopped taking after first sip but thought I'd ask what you think!

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