Friday, April 29, 2016

What is "empowered water"?


What is empowered water?

I wanted to find out about the claim you can also drink it.

The stuff is a simple mixture of table salt and tap water whose ions have been scrambled with an electric current. Researchers have dubbed it electrolyzed water.

It turns out that zapping salt water with low-voltage electricity creates a couple of powerful yet nontoxic cleaning agents. Sodium ions are converted into sodium hydroxide, an alkaline liquid that cleans and degreases like detergent, but without the scrubbing bubbles. Chloride ions become hypochlorous acid, a potent disinfectant known as acid water.

A question was asked: is empowered water safe to drink as the company claims?

Why in the world would you want to drink a product that has a catchy name without knowing what is in it? Septic tank cleaning companies were known as the "Honey Wagon". Would you drink the liquid from that truck - obviously not since you know what sewage is, so don't fall for clever marketing as so many consumers are wont to do.

Can you drink empowered water?

Reference https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/what-is-empowered-water.586076/


I would not drink the zerorez "empowered" water. I think its a lot of hype that causes you to want to get your carpet cleaned using zerorez.

Is it better? I don't think so. Read the carpetguru10 blog below and research zerorez yourself.



Carpet Guru10 Has Much information about zerores and empowered water.

The low down on ZEROREZ® and their Empowered Water™

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