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Essentia Ionized Alkaline 9.5 pH Bottled Water, 1 Liter, (Pack of 12) - $10.72 @ Amazon.com w/S&S

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Essentia [amazon.com]Ionized Alkaline 9.5 pH Bottled Water, 1 Liter, (Pack of 12) - $10.72 @ Amazon.com w/S&S [amazon.com]

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  • Essentia Water 1 Liter Bottles, 12 Pack, Convenient and portable in BPA and Phthalate free recyclable bottles
  • ****NOTE: Customer would need to use a calibrated pH meter to measure the pH of the water. This recommendation is also noted on our labels. ****
  • Silky smooth taste; Hydrates better; Electrolyte infused; Best available pH at 9.5
  • Essentia Water is source independent; Can be produced anywhere in the world there is a water supply making it sustainable and reducing carbon footprint
  • Essentia drinking water is purified through micro-filtration, UV lighting and reverse osmosis; No chlorine or fluoride; Enhanced with pure minerals; Restructured through ionic separation
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9.5 pH factor, infused with electrolytes

Ingredients
Purified water, calcium chloride, dipotassium phosphate; magnesium sulphate; and sodium bicarbonate

Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 6 inches ; 6 pounds
Shipping Weight: 29.7 pounds
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Historical low has been under $5 for this.
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Stay away from these dangerous products claiming health benefits.
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Stay away from these dangerous products claiming health benefits.
I agree, but I would suggest that potassium, magnesium, and maybe phosphorus and sulfur would be good supplements. To complete the mineral dose, I would add iodine and boron. A little goes a long way, but we do need those trace elements. So you can do well by buying "no salt" (potassium chloride), epsom salt (magnesium sulfate), borax, and potassium iodide. If you want phosphorus, look at fertilizer. Except for the iodine, they are all very cheap.
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Historical low has been under $5 for this.
yep thats when I bought some. $5 for a 12 pack of 1.5L and $2 for a 12 pack 1L.
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Stay away from these dangerous products claiming health benefits.
What exactly do you mean? This isn't claiming any benefits, it's just the best tasting water and has trace minerals needed for hydration.
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