The potential of the cell membrane gradually increases with age, as oxidation tends to increase (sun exposure, toxins, stress, etc.).

It is important to keep the ORP as low as possible, in order to maintain the ideal cell membrane potential: negative.

Acid reduction potential

How can water be “antioxidant”?

Opposite electrical charges are attracted and equal charges are repelled.

If acids are positively charged (H+), then the water needs to be negative to attract them.

A negatively charged water is water with a negative ORP.

A negative ORP indicates a greater potential for acid reduction.


Negative vs Positive

Bottled waters available on the market have a positive oxy-reduction potential… and the ORP value does not come on the labels!

A negative ORP value indicates that the substance is a reducing agent. The more negative the value, the more anti-oxidant it is.

A positive ORP value indicates that the substance is an oxidizing agent. The higher the value, the stronger the oxidising activity.




The water of the past

The negative water – which is now labelled as the water of the future – is actually based on the water of the past.

In the past, before all climate changes, water evaporated and suffered an electrolysis phenomenon in the atmosphere, condensing itself with an ORP
negative. And that would be the “ideal water”.

Have you ever heard of the “miraculous water” in Lourdes, France? There is no secret, no miracle. It’s just one of the rare natural sources of water where it remains with a negative ORP.

Now, you don’t have to go that far… we created it so that it can be part of your daily life.

What makes up our water

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