WANT. [big][big]sometimes I wish I was in canada, eh? WOW NO.1! THANKS FJ!. This is BLK water. It is black spring water from Canada. It' s infused with fume aci
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WANT. [big][big]sometimes I wish I was in canada, eh? WOW NO.1! THANKS FJ!. This is BLK water. It is black spring water from Canada. It' s infused with fume aci

[big][big]sometimes I wish I was in canada, eh?

This is BLK water.
It is black spring water from Canada.
It' s infused with fume acid t a naturally assuring substance found in
plant matter. Because fume acid is naturally black it changes the molecules of
the water, making them black.)
It has a balance of ELI]
It has natural electrolytes and It trace minerals from the fume acid.
It actually regenerates the cells in gram regular water and is a
high antioxidant.
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#7 - pirataga (11/25/2011) [-]
"Changes the molecules of the water"....... Oh dear. Someone skipped way too many chemistry classes.
#112 to #7 - newborn (11/25/2011) [-]
It's a crude way of saying it, but i think it's valid. The BLK water is actually no longer water, as it undergoes a chemical reaction to combine the Water and Fulvic Acid at the molecular level.
←thats Fulvic acid, because i couldn't find them bonded together.

Also, you can buy this stuff on Amazon. i was thinking about purchasing some.
#421 to #112 - newborn (11/26/2011) [-]
on second thought, i dont think i will buy it. After a significant amount of research, i concluded this stuff is basically like drinking old water that has been sitting in a tree stump. think about it.
User avatar #507 to #112 - pitos (11/26/2011) [-]
Can you source where you got this information that the fulvic acid bonds with water? Because at first glance, it seems like it is simply dissolved in the water.
#619 to #507 - newborn (11/26/2011) [-]
You need to login to view this link ←their website. its there, but maybe a bit hard to find
You need to login to view this link ← more reading on fulvic acid. I didn't read much of this one, but i think it's biased.
User avatar #633 to #619 - pitos (11/26/2011) [-]
"Because of fulvic acid’s low molecular weight (small molecules) it has the ability to readily dissolve and bond minerals and nutritional elements into its molecular structure. Nutrients that have been chelated by fulvic acid are in an ideal natural form to interact with and be absorbed by living cells. Fulvic Acid is so powerful that one single fulvic acid molecule is capable of carrying 60 or more minerals and trace elements into the cells."

So this definitely makes me think it's dissolved in the water.
#686 to #7 - miikeg (11/26/2011) [-]
I enjoy chemistry puns, periodically.

Picture semi-related; how, you ask?

He's "Beaker" by name, chemists use beakers.

His BFFL (green professor dude) some form of scientist - probably chemist.

I am so talking out of my ass right now...
User avatar #28 to #7 - genericaccount (11/25/2011) [-]
Let's not forget the part where fulvic acid somehow puts the pH above 7...
#114 to #110 - anon (11/25/2011) [-]
Maybe they would've worked better if they called themselves White Water
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#66 - Humonculous (11/25/2011) [-]
Being from Canada my entire life.. I've never seen this 			****		 in my life.
Being from Canada my entire life.. I've never seen this **** in my life.
#22 - pfhridge (11/25/2011) [-]
It's got Electrolytes.
#361 to #22 - nyancatttisawhore (11/26/2011) [-]
It has what plants crave!
#649 to #22 - seniorpokeman (11/26/2011) [-]
i like thumbs
User avatar #4 - hackapelite (11/25/2011) [-]
"jk, it's just ********* from the sewers, our water purifiers broke, but no-one would drink black water anyway so it's ok"
#104 - anon (11/25/2011) [-]
Hate to rain on the parade, but this water is not any better for you than regular tap water, and if anything, it's worse.
Fulvic acid actually increases the water's solubility of pesticides and other organic contaminants. Fulvic acid is not required by the human body and has no known benefits to humans. Also, drinking water with a pH of 9.0 is only good if you have an upset stomach or acid reflux.
Sources: 2nd year of my master's degree in biochemistry (i wanted a master's in pokemon, but that was not an option at my university) and for the scholarly minds: Chiou et al. Environ. Sci. Technol., 1986, 20 (5), pp 502–508.
User avatar #323 to #104 - zionsype (11/26/2011) [-]
well tap water is preety healthy so :D
#137 to #104 - anon (11/25/2011) [-]
wow thanks FJ i've never gotten that much love on a post, nice early 19th bday present
now if my professor can give me that many thumbs on my "spectroscopy of lipid polymorphic states" essay, then i'll be set for life
#224 to #137 - anon (11/26/2011) [-]
who the hell thumbs down a thank you?!?!
User avatar #106 to #104 - regaleus (11/25/2011) [-]
loved the pic with house taking off his glove like hes about to school every one if his bitches
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#442 to #373 - breakfastlunch (11/26/2011) [-]
What this water needs to make it healthy is a nice dose of BACON
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#260 to #55 - anon (11/26/2011) [-]
Fulvic acid has a pH of 2... alkaline water which fuels springs has a pH 9+ and are highly toxic... so fulvic acid lowers the water to a safe (probably) pH.

OP is just too stupid to explain this to the rest of you.
User avatar #306 to #260 - doctorzzo (11/26/2011) [-]
#314 - thepowerlessrise (11/26/2011) [-]
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#284 - tablespoons (11/26/2011) [-]
You know what else is black and composed of dead plant and animal matter?

#641 - lucidwater (11/26/2011) [-]
I'll never drink it in my life.
#213 - swiftswiper (11/26/2011) [-]
It has electrolytes. It's what plants crave
#129 - dwarfman (11/25/2011) [-]
Now this is my kind of water!
User avatar #89 - DerekZoolander (11/25/2011) [-]
FInally, a way for Kim Kardashian to get something black in her mouth on the go.
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#860 - snivy (11/26/2011) [-]
>be canadian
>never seen this in my life
#652 - javidmanlyman (11/26/2011) [-]
**javidmanlyman rolls 44**
User avatar #204 - forasecond (11/26/2011) [-]
its an acid, but the pH is 9
#214 to #204 - anon (11/26/2011) [-]
the higher th ph is a base the lower the ph is acids
User avatar #216 to #214 - forasecond (11/26/2011) [-]
exactly why i'm confused
so its a base, but he said it was an acid
#243 to #216 - anon (11/26/2011) [-]
Fulvic acid will not dissolve in water with lower pH levels (acidic water)

However, it will dissolve readily in water with a very HIGH pH (alkaline water)

Since this water is from a spring, which most likely comes from a ground source, the water coming in contact with fulvic acid is VERY alkaline and therein very toxic, but Fulvic acid lowers the pH of the water to a safe (I think) pH.

This person did a **** job of explaining what it is.. leading to inconsistencies and confusion. :P
User avatar #514 - illegalartist ONLINE (11/26/2011) [-]
if i make it to midnight tonight then i will have broken my fap record. just wanted you all to know that.
#519 to #514 - adunsaveme (11/26/2011) [-]
**adunsaveme rolled a random image** You can do it!
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