blk. Water- Worth It?

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What is blk. water? 

blk. water consists of only 2 ingredients, natural mineral water and fulvic minerals. The water contains no dyes, coloring, and additives .

What are fulvic minerals?

According to Dr. Axe,  “Fulvic acid is found in nature as a product of microbial metabolism processes, which means it’s produced when organic plant matter decomposes and millions of beneficial healthy bacteria are released.”

What are the Benefits? (Shown below a chart of noted benefits)

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Review of blk. water:

I was really excited to be able and try this water which has been getting a lot of attention. I didn’t know if it was because of how artsy the bottle was and how it was perfect for photographs, or if it was really just amazing and buzz worthy. So at first I was worried that the water would have a dirt-like taste which I didn’t want, but it is called water so I shouldn’t of been worried. All in all the water just tastes like regular water, but instead of being clear, it’s black. The bottles are prices at around $2.00, so not too expensive. I’m guessing that if you are interested in receiving the full benefits, then it would probably be worth it to by a 12 pack and drink these all the time. This water is nice for special occasions, but I personally might save my money and stick to regular H20.

 

Citations:

Babcock, Jillian. “The Acid That Actually Improves Gut Health.” Dr. Axe, 12 Oct. 2017, draxe.com/fulvic-acid/.

Picture Citation:

“Optimally Organic.” Optimally Organic – Natural Remedies and Superfoods, http://www.optimallyorganic.com/fulvic-benefits.

 

 

 

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