How Do I Make Alkaline Water?


This is one of the questions we get a lot, “How do I make Alkaline Water?” or what is the best alkaline water? There are many ways to make your water alkaline, alkaline water machines, drops, additives, powders and more. Most of these work well. Some are much more cost effective and others have additional benefits beyond just pH balancing.

I will share with you my favorite and the method I personally use to get alkaline water.

  • Start with pure water, I like to use reverse osmosis. distilled and filtered water will work as well. Fill a good sized water bottle, or use a glass.
  • Add half a scoop ofSea Calcium
  • Break open a Magnesium Complex capsule and empty about half into the water.
  • Shake stir of mix.
  • I drink 2-3 of these per day.

Why I like this Alkaline Water method:

I am giving my body valuable alkaline mineral buffers. Calcium and Magnesium are natural alkaline buffers that the body uses to fight over acidity.

At the same time I am getting a world of benefits provided by these health building minerals. Magnesium is especially important for a whole range of functions in the body. Browsing the bookstores health and wellness section one day, I came across a whole book, just about magnesium. There are a lot of good reasons to be sure you are getting enough magnesium. Many people are deficient. An acid forming diet can beat up on your bodies reserves of magnesium.

Sea Calcium provides a plant based form of calcium. We all know about the benefits and need for calcium.
Check out the PDF fact sheet here.


4 thoughts on “How Do I Make Alkaline Water?

  • March 14, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    We distill our drinking and cooking water. We are trying to figure out how to affordably alkeline one plus gallons of drinking water per. Presently I squeeze 1/2 lemon, and add 1 teaspoon per gallon of WaterMax, but it is quite expensive at $44 (including shipping) to alkeline 48 gallons of water. Other quick, affordable alternatives, suggestions, please. Financies are an issue at this time. I would like to hear what exact quantities the suggestion above requires for 1 gallon of water. Thanks a million.

  • February 22, 2011 at 10:17 pm

    I read recently that animals (and obviously humans) cannot assimilate inorganic forms of minerals. Plants can take inorganic minerals and bind them making them organic forms that animals can then utilize when they consume the plant as food.

    Is this correct? What you are describing sounds like you are using an inorgnic mineral compound derived straight from the sea…

  • July 7, 2010 at 3:43 pm

    I also believe alkalinity is the key to reversing the aging process and eliminating symptoms and disease. Diet changes do help, but we must do more on a daily basis because STRESS and negative emotions are very acidic
    I do market a top quality Alkaline Ionized water filtration system where you can drink up to a 10 pH. The higher pH water is incredibly hydrating because of the small molecule size, adds extra oxygen to our system, and the high quality, great-tasting alkaline water helps to melt away acidic waste deposits and over-acidity (cholesterol, uric acid, lactic acid…).
    The system I offer is the Alkal-Life; cost $1500. There is no need to be overcharged $3800 for a quality system (where you are paying for multiple distributors commissions).
    namaste’, rachel

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