A few words about the science behind the water:
Zeta Potential: This property is known chiefly as the repulsive force which causes the retained electrostatic charges of minute colloidal particulates to remain in suspension. Phew. Our water has a high zeta potential (electrostatic charge), which causes the water molecules to repel rather than bind together. In this way the water maintains its small, microcluster structure allowing the cells to more readily absorb the oxygen contained within.
Oxygen: Langenburg Oxygen Water does not have the oxygen created from an oxygen generator, but has the same oxygen nature produces. We use monoatomic oxygen (in addition to other salutary forms of oxygen: O2, O4, O5, O6 and O7), which is less than half the diameter of regular diatomic oxygen and is chemically and physically different than regular O2. Monoatomic oxygen has the power to “quench” many superoxide radicals which can cause significant cell wall and tissue damage. Monoatomic oxygen can transit cell membranes more than twice as fast as regular diatomic oxygen due to its small diameter.
Monoatomics: Generally defined as the single atoms of the platinum based group of elements: platinum, gold, silver, copper, chromium, iridium, rhodium, osmium, ruthenium, etc. Other elements can also exist in their high-spin monatomic state such as magnesium, selenium, sodium, silica, etc. The monoatomic platinum group elements are thought to help accelerate brain response and function in the mounting of an effective immune response in the body. Our water’s balance of minerals is designed to support health, tissue regeneration and detoxification.
pH 7.7: Langenburg Oxygen Water’s optimum pH of approximately 7.7 promotes your body’s maximum oxygen absorption from the surrounding environment as well as a systemic retention of the high oxygen content already in the water. This quality helps improve oxygen levels in the blood and consequently enhance alertness, stamina, metabolic processes and overall bodily system functioning.