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Icelandic Glacial Natural Spring Water, 1 Liter, 12 Count - $8.92 @ Amazon.com w/S&S and $6 coupon [amazon.com]

Ships from and sold by Amazon.com exclusively for Prime members.

w/15% off on S&S, the price is $7.53

About the product
  • Naturally occurring, highly desirable and uncommonly high PH 8.4 alkaline
  • Naturally free of heavy metals, pharmaceuticals, pesticides or other impurities
  • Bottles and boxes utilize recycled pet plastic and cardboard
  • Icelandic glacial is the world's first bottled water to be certified as a carbon neutral product and operation
  • Born and bottled in Iceland by native Icelanders


Icelandic glacial natural spring water from Iceland. The source of an epic life. Naturally balanced, environmentally kind, exceptionally pure. Icelandic Glacial™ is the super-premium natural spring water from the Iceland. Home to glaciers, spouting geysers, volcanoes and raging rivers, Iceland is one of the world's cleanest ecosystems. It's also home to the legendary Olfus Spring, the source of Icelandic Glacial. Formed more than 5,000 years ago and shielded by an impenetrable barrier of lava rock, the Spring is constantly replenished by rain, snow and ice-melt from the nearby mountains. The water is slowly and naturally filtered through layers of volcanic rock, thereby producing a natural spring water so pure that nothing is added or taken away.


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This water is OLD*.. I want FRESH water!

[*It was frozen in ice thousands of years ago]
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Tell that to the folks who stood in line pre/post disasters.
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Tell that to the folks who stood in line pre/post disasters.
Woo boy those pre disaster lines.

I'm in one right now waiting on the next forest wildfire.
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I just use some distilled water, with a drop of sodium hydroxide, and much cheaper.
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I just use some distilled water, with a drop of sodium hydroxide, and much cheaper.
Why sodium?
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Why sodium?
The disassociation of the sodium and hydroxide ions and the hydration of those ions releases a lot of heat, enough to boil water in some circumstances.
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Why sodium?
NaOH has a ph of 13 in it's pure form.
So a drop or two...or whatever needd, would simulate the high alkalinity of the icelandic water, besides the lack of minerals.
Anyways, I was joking in the matter: Please do not attempt.
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3 more to go ..
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Is there a reason coupons no longer combine with S&S discount?
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thank you & repped
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