What makes our water different?

Why Should You Drink Alkaline Water?

Our Process

At one time all the waters of the earth were clean and pure. Because of the contamination of our water supplies in our oceans, rivers and lakes water can no longer carry the life giving properties that is was designed to provide. Because of contamination water today has to be purified before attempting to restore it to its natural state. 

At Water & Salt we do our best to restore water by restructuring our water using magnets and vortexing the water. The combination of magnets and a vortex help to decluster water molecules. When passing through a vortex the molecular cluster size is reduced. 

Secondly the water passes through a set of high powered magnets that rearrange water molecules into a proper order.(Hexagonal State) The result is water molecules that are properly sorted easily penetrating cell walls resulting in better hydration.  

Centripetal spin or in other words spinning the water in a vortex combined with the movement magnets cause, produces stable water molecules described as micro clusters… meaning that the vortex creates  smaller water molecules which improve bioavailability. 

This process also helps to organize water molecules into a hexagonal shape thus also allowing minerals like calcium, magnesium and potassium to reattach themselves to water molecules more effectively. Magnets and Vortexing water creates better absorption not only for humans but for plants as well. 

This is just a few of the methods we use for improving the water at Water & Salt. This method of improving the water is true for both our Purified and our Alkaline water. Using our Purified water for plants can yield up to a 30% increase in plant growth in your home garden as well. 

Learn more about how we raise the PH in our water along with the restoration of minerals in the water in our further explanation of our Alkaline water. This is just a few of our steps in restoring water to its natural state creating what we like to describe as living water. 

Further explanation is found under our Alkaline water section.