Testing Your Water for pH and Antioxidant Potential!

Watertesting

Is Your Water Alkaline and Antioxidant Rich?

You will notice 3 glasses of water with added pH reagent showing different colors. The glass of water on the left turned orange when the reagent was added indicating an acidic pH. The glass of water in the middle showed a very light green when reagent was added indicating a neutral water or a water with a pH of 7. The last glass of water on the right had 5 drops of puripHy added with the reagent indicating a high pH water of 9.5 to 10 and a high level of antioxidants.

You can also do another experiment to test antioxidant potential by taking one inch of tap water, adding 10 drops of iodine and 10 drops of puripHy and then watching what happens. If the water being tested has sufficient antioxidants or electrons it will neutralize the iodine and the water will remain clear and clean rather than changing a darker color of orange to red.

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