Strong Acidic Water

The last few months have been the most hectic for me, to say the least. I felt like I was trying to catch a train, but it was slowly picking up speed as I was running behind. The feeling of catching up is somewhat unsettling. I don’t know about you, but it always makes me question whether I put more on the plate that I could chew. 

Sadly, one important thing that I neglected was my water intake. I have no idea whether it’s the cold winter weather in Utah that makes the water so cold and hard to drink or if I simply found comfort in a hot tea, which helps me to warm my hands, or maybe it’s because I’ve been traveling a lot lately and can’t settle into the usual routine. Regardless of the reason, after claiming that I haven’t been sick for two years (since being on Kangen water), I caught a cold. In a way, I feel like a hypocrite because I always make sure to remind my loved ones of their water intake, but I have failed to follow my own advice.

I didn’t think I’d have to do this, but you know how the saying goes, “desperate times call for desperate measures.” I bought over the counter medicine to make me feel better. In addition to that, I’ve been putting the Kangen water machine to another good use – using 2.5pH acidic water to clear out my nasal pathways, which has been a helpful technique to alleviate runny nose. It’s actually a good cleanse and I’ll be sure to keep that habit even when I’m feeling well.

The best way to do this is to pour acidic water into a small tube with a nozzle. When in a shower, dispense a little bit of water into one nostril and then the other. Repeat a few times. Then, gargle to clean the throat and swish the mixture around in your mouth to kill bacteria.

I hope you’ll find this method useful!

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