These days we add all kinds of flavorings to water to improve their taste, but what about increasing the pH of your drinking water to help neutralize acidity in the blood and thereby reduce inflammation and imbalances that create disease in the body?

Since water is essential to carrying the nutrients throughout your body to keep your body functioning properly and feeling healthy, it stands to reason that increasing the pH of our drinking water to deliver more alkaline water is a desirable practice towards improving the quality of our hydration.

From body temperature regulation to moistening tissues in the eyes, nose, and mouth, lubricating our joints, to protecting our organs and tissues, water helps us as it carries nutrients and oxygen to our cells and dissolves minerals so that they are usable by the body, as well as flushes out waste products.

Imagine if you could improve the quality of the water, you drink and were able to do that simply by increasing the pH of your water. It’s so easy, in fact, that you can make it yourself!

This is probably welcome news if you’ve heard of the prices on some of the equipment to make your own (alkaline) water or even buy it from the store. Believe it or not, we are happy to tell you that it’s simpler and more cost-effective than you might think!

Maybe you’re on the fence about how necessary it is to increase the pH of your drinking water. Maybe you drink the regular tap water where you are. Did you know that depending on where you are the tap water can be acidic? This can cause issues over time to the whole body, including dental health. Water with a higher pH is more alkaline and helps to alkalize the body and bring balance to our systems.

Speaking of alkalizing, when we talk about alkaline water, we are talking about its pH level.

A pH level is a number that measures how acidic or alkaline a substance is on a scale of 0 to 14. Something with a pH of 1 would be very acidic whereas something with a pH of 13 would be very alkaline. Alkaline water typically has a pH of 8 or 9.

Normal drinking water generally has a neutral pH of 7 and tap water can be as low as 4.3 – 5.3.

That’s excellent, you might be saying, but how exactly do I make this alkaline water?

You may have heard you can add baking soda or lemon to all your water. But the taste!

Our solution is even easier to use and tastes better! Introducing ionized alkaline water drops you can use to simply drop into your water. (Unfortunately, we don’t recommend adding the drops to lemon juice!)

How many drops? 1 drop per year of age up to 20 drops, 3 times a day.
How do I add the drops? Straight to your water or juice (except lemon juice).

With these drops your drinking water pH can be raised to level 10, increasing oxygen and improving taste while benefitting your body.

Some of the uses for increasing the pH of your drinking water include helping flush out infections, colds, flu, sore throat, and strep throat, etc. If you are experiencing food poisoning these drops can also help to alleviate this condition. Also useful for diabetics, some have reported increased circulation when using it for other purposes (oral health).

To learn more about the benefits, which are beyond the scope of this article, visit this link:

Also, check out this video for a pH test with ION drops:

Are you ready to feel better after enjoying your own alkaline beverages? People have increased the pH level for their drinking water and then experienced improved energy and clarity. Drinking water with increased pH levels can also help with oral care and dental health.

Other uses for the alkaline drops include lengthening the shelf life of milk and juices such as apple, grape, pomegranate, cranberry, and orange (as long as it does not have lemon in it). Some simply drink it in their water bottle while others drop it in their morning protein shakes.

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Sources: “What Is Alkaline Water?”. 2021. Webmd. || Article: How to Increase the pH of Drinking Water