Langenburg Oxygen Water
Langenburg Water Owner, Princess Karen zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg explains why the name change from Aquarius Oxygen Water to Langenburg Oxygen Water.
As many of you may already know, my husband, Max Langenburg, has been researching many scientific fields related to water for over 35 years. It was then in 2002 that my conviction to how important his research was to the benefit of humanity that I opened the company under the name Aquarius Oxygen Water. Our original logo was the sign of Aquarius, the water bearer, for that is what I truly believe the future destiny of this company was to be, the water bearer of enhancing water that had potential to change the world.
in December of 2007, I decided to change the name to Langenburg Oxygen Water to honor the many decades of hard work my husband has dedicated to bringing these revolutionary Water Enhancement Technologies to the world. I have never met a person more committed to protecting the precious water supply of the earth and his tireless pursuit to bring clean, healthy, life-enriching water to every corner of the globe. There are hundreds, if not thousands of people dying every day from not having access to clean drinking water and it is truly his life’s mission to make a substantial difference on a global scale. It was his passion and his dedication that caused me to change the name of our products.
Our new logo does incorporates the Royal Langenburg Family Crest which dates back over two and a half thousand years. The Langenburg family is one of the oldest and most respect royal families in Germany and for generations, they have produced a long line of brilliant scientists, doctors and intellectuals. Max has truly followed in his family’s footsteps and along with changing the name; I felt there was no greater honor I could bestow on our product than this historical family tradition with over 2 millennial of significant contributions to world history.
In historical German family tradition, after a loving couple was wedded, they would join together their two family crests. This would only happen if the families of the newly weds agreed or felt it was an equal partnership. Max’s family crest, the 3 dragons, has stood alone, never until now joined with another family crest. During the time of the transition into the Langenburg name, it was Max’s decision to marry the Langenburg family crest with my Aquarius Company logo as a sign of honor and mutual loving respect. I can’t begin to express how much this has meant to me and how honored I feel to have such a brilliant and generous man as my husband.