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Waiakea Water Is Naturally Alkaline And Naturally Good For You

Alkaline water has been shown to help ease stomach acid and acid reflux. If you look on the pH scale you will see 14 numbers with 0 being completely acidic and 14 being completely alkaline. Alkaline water contains bicarbonate which is basically taking an Alka-Seltzer. On that note, bottle water brands on the market range from 4 to 7 on the pH scale. While being a 7 is pretty good, if a company ranks a 4 than that can be quite harmful for you. Drinks that are one and a half point higher are shown by studies to erode the teeth.

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water are very well aware of this and their water proudly ranks at 8.2 on the pH scale. This is also natural, from nature alkaline water, not made alkaline through some man made process which is not as healthy.

In 2012 Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water was born. It comes from Hawaiian on the Mauna Loa Volcano. With melted snow and rain the water filters through 14,000 of volcanic rock enriching it with a lot of healthy components. These include mineral, electrolytes, and vitamins. This is excellent for your hair, bones, nails, and skin.

Waiakea Water is not one of those greedy companies only focuses on how much money they make, they care. They donate 650ml of clean drinking water to rural and poor communities with every one liter bottle sold. This has certainly added up and they keep on giving. 500 million gallons of water has been donated to these communities in need.

Focused on also going good by the environment, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is doing making things to take less of a toll on it. Every single bottle they manufacture comes 100 percent recycled bottles. This in turn takes so much less energy to make, 85 percent less. They also power their factory with 33 percent renewable energy. They well they get the water from has a recharge rate of 1.4 gallons a day so it does not get depleted. On top of all of this, Waiakea Water has patented a new fully degradable water bottle that comes out next year. It will take 15 years to break down fully instead of the traditional 1,500 years.