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Re: Tap Water vs Brita filtered water


Water being a universal solvent and 70% of our body as water, water needs a lot of attention. I have been drinking BRITA filtered water upto now, but now I am not so sure about its health benefits. It reduces the PH of tap water from 8.5 to 6.9. So it must be affecting the hardness of water as well by taking away the alkaline minerals.
Distilled and RO water were never in my list to start with ( thank god)

I am also interested to see, if ionized water or magnetized water has lowered Surface Tension.

Can you test if you Pi-Mag water lowers the Surface Tension of water. Its a simple experiment.

Take 10 clean pennies and line them on flat table. Using dropper, add drops of water to penny. Add water w/o splashing and count the # of drops, till the water comes out of penny. Do this 10 times and get an average.

If less # of drops stay in penny, it means the ST of water is low.

Perform the experiment with normal tap water and Pi-mag water, and compare the results. I have performed this experiment and noticed, soap water has lowered ST, which salty and sugary solution has slightely increase ST.

 

 
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