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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Essentia Water Review

 *Cathy was given this product to review with no obligations, her opinions are her own.

"Super Hydrating Water".....I almost laughed. What else would water be besides hydrating? Why would Essentia Water be "super"? Well, I had to do a little reading, and soon learned some more about our health and bodies, and why we need to look at the water we drink. I am happy to tell you (after I remove the foot from my mouth) that there is such a thing as better water!

Let's start with the pH level. Essentia Water has a pH level of 9.5. This allows the water to be absorbed into the body better, thus the "super hydrating" part. The 9.5 pH level is the best you can get (other water is 7.0 and under ). Just so you don't have to drag your memory back to science class, the pH level is all about acidity and alkaline. Essentia has the high alkaline to balance out the acidity. High acidity equals an atmosphere prone to illness/disease. The alkaline will help you balance this out, and is said to be an anti-oxidant. In short, you drink water because it is healthy for can drink Essentia Water because it is healthier for you. We all want healthier.  

Essentia has some other great things going for it too. First, it does taste great. This, I am sure has to do with the purification process which takes water through microfiltration, reverse osmosis, and ultraviolet exposure to leave the water 99.9% pure. You can taste the difference. After purification, trace amounts of electrolytes are added, and acidic ions are removed. I can also say that I love how it is packaged and presented. I don't know why, but I was kind of proud walking around with my bottle of water. 

Purchasing Essentia Water is easy with retail and online options. At first I was skeptical, then I became educated, then I became healthier!


  1. This is really interesting! I will have to chedk out this water because we are really try to keep our foods more alkaline.

    1. Great, Alicia! I am working on the same thing with my foods. Hard to do!

  2. Hmm, I've never thought about water as acidic or alkaline before. Interesting.

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