One of the most significant benefits of our water is something called ORP. It stands for Oxidation Reduction Potential and is actually a bit easier to understand if you reverse the order of those words.
Essentially, it’s a way to measure a liquid’s Potential to Reduce Oxidation.
Oxidation in the human body is seen at the cellular level. It’s a deteriorating process that takes the cell from healthy and vibrant to weakened and lifeless. Think of patio furniture or an old Chevy truck left out in the elements. Anywhere there is a nick in the protective paint, oxidation takes over and they begin to rust.
Same idea with our cells.
ORP is not a new discovery. It’s been around for a long time and can be used as a way to check the status of public pools and municipal water supplies. Positive (+) numbers tell the tester that the water will destroy living organisms.
Which as we all agree, is very important for a public pool and one more reason to tell the kids not to drink pool water.
But we don’t want to drink something that destroys living organisms. Instead we look for a negative (-) ORP.
Something all our natural alkaline water systems create.