What is pH

What is pH?

potential for hydrogen
The term pH stands for “potential for hydrogen.”
It’s a measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions in a diluted solution.
Acidic solutions contain more hydrogen ions. And alkaline solutions contain fewer.
Time for a basic chemistry lesson: All liquids have a measure of acidity, which is determined on the pH scale. The pH measures the concentration of hydrogen ions in the liquid, which is expressed on a scale of 0-14. Anything under seven (think black coffee, orange juice, and vinegar) is acidic, seven is neutral and above seven (like baking soda) is alkaline .
Benefits
Alkaline water with a pH of 8.8 can help sooth acid reflux because the higher pH level kills pepsin, an enzyme involved in breaking down food proteins and a main cause of acid reflux.
On top of soothing acid reflux, other benefits of alkaline water includes: helps neutralize acid in the bloodstream, which leads to increased oxygen levels and improved energy and metabolism; it contains antioxidant properties (anti-aging and anti-disease); cleanses the colon; rejuvenates the skin; and lubricates muscles and joints. Our alkaline bottled water & drops increase dietary alkalinity ,reduces body fat , fatigue, protects bones, supports the immune system, and achieves better overall health .