I tried this product.
It just tastes like water,
you can't really taste a difference between Watt-Ahh and normal water.
But after drinking the first glass i felt a mild to strong pressure in my head,
a mild headache and felt an excitement in my body.
So it's not normal water for sure.
In the evening i had pain in my mouth at the teeth, jaw.
The third glass in the evening gave me stinging feelings all over my body.
second day i drank 1 glas morning and one noon.
I felt stinging feelings all over my body,
so i didn't wanna drink another glas in the evening.
i also felt like having a fever and my breathing felt worse.
It did something to my lungs.
I suspect my lungs and my jaw are weak spots in my body(?),
maybe this water is a good way to show you where weaknesses are, lol.
It definitely didn't feel like making things better (for me) though,
so i decided to stop drinking it.
Should i have continued and was it detox ? Not sure,
but it didn't feel right to me.
This is just my experience, i did not research this product,
i just tried it.
Since my experience is bad,
I would recommend to order a small amount of this, if you wanna try this stuff,
and it probably won't help against EHS, but i'm not a doctor, i'm guessing.
Thanks for the heads-up, Merializer, and your detailed playing out of the reactions -- excellent anecdotal notation!
I only see it for sale in 12 packs for $50 (@Amazon) unless in Florida. Were you able to buy only a trial size or a single liter bottle? That is the unit we want to get our hands on, since our EHS person can usually tell from a few sips about its benefit for herself. We are dubious about beverages in plastic bottles she also has some chemical sensitivity) because most of the plastics she deems 'toxic', though not all of them, curiously.
I am wondering about what you hoped your body reaction/benefit would be for this treated water. We have seen various advertisements for waters that have been put through vortices, had their molecular angles changed, have been aligned into exclusion zones, mineralized, demineralized. This one says it is 'polarized'. If we had a way to pay $5 to test each one of these we would be game to try. We believe in the power of frequencies/vibrations to speak to the body is subtle ways, but will only part with small cash to try.
I am further wondering if you have ever had experience using 'spectrochrome' (a color light therapy from the 1920s). It definitely can lead to symptoms similar to what you describe, under some circumstances. Because of the EHS, and to avoid the EMFs, I infuse some Berkey-filtered water with the light for an hour and it is potent for about 10-15 minutes. There is something about certain wavelength that do resonate (pun!) with our biology and give the body some gentle nudges in the right direction. (analogous in my mind to homeopathy) Anyway, this is a quirky alternative treatment modality that is not expensive to play with and has a long record of efficacy for many conditions, though I know of nothing written about folks using it for EHS management. BTW, Spectrochrome can be done using a battery powered incandescent light bulb instead of one attached to AC power, which makes it EHS friendly.
I've read about spectrachrome therapy (even have some colored eyeglasses, somewhere!), but you're right, I'm not aware of anyone reporting that it helped or didn't help their ES (I personally didn't notice the colored eyeglasses doing anything for me).
Because researching takes too much time and energy,
and one can't always trust people's experiences and opinions,
i sometimes just try something random
(like the watt-ahh and the frankincense,
although i think both won't help with EHS).
I really should stop trying random,
it's a waste of money for sure.
You can buy single bottles. Links:
https://aquanew.com/stores.shtml I ordered some here because it's closer to me:
https://www.amritanutrition.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=watt-ahh i didn't even finish my first bottle and i ordered 8
because i didn't know my reaction would be so bad so fast.
I never heard about the SpectroChrome.
Did you buy or build yours ?
Will need to watch some YouTube videos.
This sounds similar to my experience with magnetized water. I bought some very large magnets (flat, bigger than my hand), and put bottles of spring water to stand on them for 2-7 days. Some people had said magnetized water was the best thing ever, but for me I had similar symptoms to yours.
Watt-Ahh seems to call their water "polarized", which makes me wonder if this really isn't also magnetized water. However I never measured the ORP of my water. Not sure if magnets really can affect that, so they may have done something additional to it also.