Understanding ionized water

2014 / 01 / 28

Water has a close relationship with life activities on our planet, from the early use of the various types of natural
watersources such as river water, ground water, rain water, and etc., to recently the use of variety treatments to
water. “Water” not only is a basic supplement to human beings, but also use in various ways in our daily life. Water
is something that we cannot live without. In recent years, just as "Good drinking water” phrase is advertised every-
where, the water environment has many similar trends. This is because people have re-addressed the presence of
water, and actively develops the potential characteristics of water, hoping to increase its added value. Today,
“Functional Water” is what we created with water ionizers.
Keep in mind that ionized water is normal water. Ionized water is nothing but bringing water to its simplest life form.
With electro charged, we are able to turn water from our water source alive. This is similar to when wild animals kill
live animals for fresh foods. Live animals have strong electrical current in flesh. Wild animals are attracted to this
current for fresh foods, and so do humans. Ionized water is charged with electrical current, leading all the good
minerals to the alkaline side and resulted in better living water.


The function of a water ionizer is dividing water into two electrolysis form: alkaline and acidic water. Both have its
own unique usage.


Alkaline ionized water:

Doctors and researchers have suggested alkaline ionized water be used in drinking, cure for hangover, make tea,
coffee, also for cooking and food cleanings. Based on Japanese medical fields, alkaline water is used to cure chronic
disease and symptoms such as stomach ache, constipation, diarrhea, diabetes, hypertensions, and provide better
health condition. Alkaline water can also reduce massive free radicals in our body and eventually be a potential threat
for cancer cell to form.

Acidic ionized water:

Acidic ionized water is different from conventional disinfectants. The latter has high sterilization capability, but it also
demonstrates strong toxicity due to high residual chlorine. Acidic water becomes ordinary water within a short time
after instant sterilization. It does not have residual chemicals that are harmful to human beings or bring about secondary
pollution to the environment. It is also approved as safe for humans and animals by FDA and EPA in the United States.