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How to use Kangen Water

Good day friend! These are some of the many ways we use Kangen water in our daily lives. Save, print and enjoy getting rid of those chemicals and helping the earth be a greener place. DAILY WATER INTAKE: AT LEAST: ½ of your body weight in ounces. RECOMMENDED: ¾ of your body weight in ounces – if […]

Why Kangen Water is good for you and where you can find it?

Are you looking for the pure alkaline antioxidant drinking water solution? We’ve got you covered! Water is everywhere. We are 75% water and our blood is 94% water! The devices in our facilities are a technological transformation, which produces a Kangen water that is more easily absorbed than other water, because the clusters are smaller. […]

Our Story

Before this dream was birthed, Laura suffered from chronic IBS since she was a teenager until finally she found herself in a doctor’s office having several tests done to see why she was having severe stomach pains at the age of forty-five. The doctor assumed it was just a bad bout of her IBS however, […]

Micro Clustering Water molecules come in clusters rather than single molecules. Tap water which is under pressure has very large clusters of 12-14 molecules. The ionization process breaks the electrical bonding of water molecules and restructures the water down to about 5-6 molecules per cluster.


How we found Kangen Water

Before this dream was birthed, Laura suffered from chronic IBS since she was a teenager until finally she found herself in a doctor’s office having several tests done to see why she was having severe stomach pains at the age of forty-five. The doctor assumed it was just a bad bout of her IBS however, since Laura has a family history of cancer on both sides of her family, they decided to push for a colonoscopy. The colon doctor found 4 pre-cancerous polyps and that’s where the panic set in for the two newlyweds. Her husband Rick, always the researcher, has taken a more natural approach to healthcare but Laura would take whatever medication needed to stop her from going to the bathroom five times a day. After Laura’s diagnosis, Rick sprang into action to find something for his bride that was more natural to help her health. He found a medical grade water ionizer that looked promising so without telling Laura, he ordered it behind her back and was so excited for it arrive. Once it arrived, he had to convince Laura to drink the water because all she drank was green tea…no water. 
 
Laura was furious that he went behind her back but she was determined to prove that he made a terrible mistake so she started drinking the water. After drinking the Kangen water fresh from the machine for about a week, Laura noticed she no longer had to put her feet up at lunch time due the pain of her veracious veins. The pain and inflammation was gone. She kept drinking. After three months of drinking only Kangen water to her surprise, she had no pain in her legs, she lost ten pounds and she was REGULAR for the first time in THIRTY YEARS. She was hooked! So hooked that she wanted to share the water with everyone, so she told Rick that they were starting a business. They began sharing water with all their friends and with whoever would listen. 
 
Every three years, Laura must have a colonoscopy to make sure there are no changes, this time her doctor was shocked. He asked her what she has changed because he said her colon looked like a twenty year old’s colon! The only thing she changed… was the water she drank… Kangen Water.

What is Oxidation-reduction potential?

Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) measures the ability of a lake or river to cleanse itself or
break down waste products, such as contaminants and dead plants and animals. When the ORP value is high, there is lots of oxygen present in the water. This means that bacteria that decompose dead tissue and contaminants can work more efficiently. In general, the higher the
ORP value, the healthier the lake or river is. However, even in healthy lakes and rivers, there is
less oxygen (and therefore lower ORP values) as you get closer to the bottom sediments (mud;
see the picture below of a lake bottom). This is because there are many bacteria working hard in
the sediments to decompose dead tissue, and they use up a lot of the available oxygen.

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