The Completely Natural Benefits of Waiakea Water

Although most brands of bottled water are advertised as being natural and healthy, there are several aspects that could affect how natural and healthy any particular brand actually is. These aspects include where the water is sourced from, how it gets there, how it is captured and the process used for bottling. All of these aspects directly relate to how pure the water is when it hits the store shelves. In an unusual precedence, these aspects are actually promoted by the team behind Waiakea bottled water. This is because it is sourced, captured and bottled in a way that allows the water to retain its natural state of purity.

The water used for the Waiakea brand is captured at a source located at the foot of the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii. Because the water travels through layers of volcanic rock, it is sometimes referred to as Hawaii volcanic water. This volcanic water benefits the body through the essential nutrients that are added naturally as it makes its journey through the various rock formations. Some of the water’s nutrients include potassium, calcium and magnesium.

Another natural and healthy benefit of Waiakea bottled water is its pH level. This water also obtains its pH level as part of the natural process it goes through on its way to where it it is sourced. The team behind this brand uses a bottling process designed to retain the pure state and natural pH level of the water without using any artificial means. With a natural pH between 7.6 and 8.2, Waiakea water is more aligned with the pH level of the body, making it better for carrying nutrients to the cells and hydration.

Not only is the bottling process for Waiakea water designed to retain its health benefits, but it is also designed to help the environment. The team at Waiakea water have gone above and beyond the standards for sustainability and Eco-friendly packaging by using bottles made of recycled plastic. They are also taking steps to have their water placed in fully degradable plastic bottles, which will be made from renewable polymers that will also be BPA free.