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Winter Plant Care by Kangen Water®

Winter Plant Care by Kangen Water®

Watering your plants with Kangen Water® is a great way to keep them healthy, enlivened, and lush. Just like your body needs clean, alkaline, and chlorine-free Kangen Water® for health, your plants also need the healthiest water possible for optimal nourishment. Kangen Water® can even revitalize weak plants, making them stronger and more vibrant than ever before! Taking care of your plants in the winter can be a little tricky, especially if you live in an extremely cold climate. Here are a few pointers to help you maintain healthy plants all winter long: 1. Water your plants only when the temperature is above 40 degrees, with no snow cover. 2. Water your plants with Kangen Water® in the middle of the day, so they have time to absorb all the nutrients before the harsh winter night. 3. Plants in windy climates require additional watering, as the wind can dry out the earth and plants quickly. 4. Use Kangen Water® to nourish your trees, shrubs, and perennial plants during dry winter spells to prevent permanent root damage. This root damage can injure the entire plant if ignored. 5. Newly planted trees, shrubs, and plants will need additional watering, as they are particularly injured by dry winter seasons. 6. You can brush away snow, but not ice from your plants! Scraping ice from frozen plants will actually cause more damage than leaving the ice alone. 7. Mulch your plants for winter, and water the mulch during warm, dry periods of the winter season. You can keep your plants strong and healthy with Kangen Water®, even in dry winter climates! Do your vegetation a favor, and give them the boost that could only come from Kangen Water®. (Enagic...

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Kidney stones

Kidney stones

Kidney stones are formed in the kidneys, originally starting as tiny specks of solid substance. As more material clings to the first speck, it gradually builds into a solid object. The substances are made out of phosphates, urates, etc. They are salts of phosphoric acid and uric acid generally combined with calcium and/or magnesium. They are formed in the kidneys because the environment is too acidic. These salts are acidic salts. Although calcium and magnesium are in the salts, they are there to soften the poisonous effects of uric acid and phosphoric acid. Some people mistakenly believe that kidney stones are formed because there is too much calcium. That is not true. The best proof is that the calcium compound will dissolve in acidic urine while kidney stones will not. If you add calcium into the bladder and lower the acidity of the urine, kidney stones will dissolve. Drinking plenty of alkaline water will prevent the kidney stones from forming to begin with, and even after the formation, it can dissolve them. Because urine is acidic and so are most of the other waste products, any extra calcium your body doesn’t need will be dissolved and discarded in the urine. In the process, it will help dissolve kidney stones, if any. There is no need to worry about too much calcium consumption. Kidney Disease As the body produces more acidic wastes, the kidneys get more taxed because they have to remove those acids from the blood. Nephritis, uremic poisoning, bladder diseases, etc. are all acid- related conditions which can be improved by the consumption of alkaline water. It also helps control osmotic pressure in the kidneys (Reverse Aging ~ Sang...

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Factors That Influence Water Needs

Factors That Influence Water Needs

1) Exercise. The more you exercise, the more fluid you’ll need to keep your body hydrated. An extra 1 or 2 cups of water should suffice for short bouts of exercise, but intense exercise lasting more than an hour (for example, running a marathon) requires additional fluid. How much additional fluid is needed depends on how much you sweat during the exercise, but 13 to26 ounces (or about 2 to 3 cups) an hour will generally be adequate, unless the weather is exceptionally warm. 2. Environment. Hot or humid weather can make you sweat and requires additional intake of fluid. Heated indoor air also can cause your skin to lose moisture during wintertime. Further, altitudes greater than 2,500 meters (8,200 feet) may trigger increased urination and more rapid breathing, which use up more of your fluid reserves. 3. Illnesses or health conditions. Signs of illnesses, such as fever, vomiting and diarrhea, cause your body to lose additional fluids. In these cases you should drink more water and may even need oral rehydration solutions, such as Gatorade, Powerade or Ceralyte. [Ed. Note: Gatorade tests as being very acidic. I bet the others do too! Test before you drink is a good motto to adopt!] Certain conditions, including bladder infections or urinary tract stones, also require increased water intake. On the other hand, certain conditions such as heart failure and some types of kidney, liver and adrenal diseases may impair excretion of water and even require that you limit your fluid intake. 4. Pregnancy or breast-feeding. Women who are expecting or breast-feeding need additional fluids to stay hydrated. Large amounts of fluid are lost especially when nursing. The Institute of Medicine recommends that pregnant women drink 2.4 liters (about 10 cups) of fluids daily and women who breast-feed consume 3.0 liters (about 12.5 cups) of fluids a day. 5. When Weight Loss Is Water Loss You’ve probably heard someone say at some time that the first pounds lost when starting a diet are “mostly water weight.” This, in fact, is generally true. When initially cutting back on calories or increasing exercise, an individual typically begins to use his or her energy stores of glycogen (stored carbohydrates) first. Glycogen is stored in the muscle tissue along with more than twice its weight in water. Therefore, as a person begins to use this glycogen, the stored water that goes along with it is...

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Why Water is Essential to Health and Weight Loss – Infographic

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Kangen Water® for Your Garden

Kangen Water® for Your Garden

How Does Your Garden Grow? There were some questions about which Enagic® Water is best for your garden, and we’ve done some research to answer your concerns. It turns out, different plants have different preferences in pH for water and soil, and the water you use will have a big impact on your plant health and growth1. Also, the pH of your soil will affect which water you should use, as soil pH can range widely. Here is a general list of the plants that thrive in slightly alkaline, neutral, and slightly acidic water and soil: Plants that Prefer Slightly Alkaline Kangen Water® (pH 8.5 – 9.5) Asparagus, beets, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, carrots, mushrooms, parsley, geraniums, irises, hydrangeas (for pink blooms), and lilacs. Hydrangeas are a rare plant, as the pH of your water will change the color of the blooms.   Plants that Prefer Slightly Acidic Water (pH 4.0 – 6.0) Rhododendrons, begonias, azaleas, heathers, hydrangeas (for blue blooms), peanuts, cucumbers, potatoes, chili peppers, eggplant, garlic, chives, artichoke, tomatoes, and most berries. Roses grow most vibrantly with pH 5.5 – 6.5, so you may want to experiment with Slightly Acidic Water 6.0 and Neutral Water to see which one yields the healthiest roses with your particular soil. Most orchids like between 5.5 and 6.5 I grow them potted and mounted on manzanita wood. The foliage and roots are very healthy. Kangen water has many benefits for the family, pets and your plants! Plants that Prefer Neutral Water (pH 7.0) Spinach, parsnips, dahlias, chrysanthemums, brussels sprouts, sweet peas, broccoli, asparagus, cantaloupe, kiwi, mint, lettuce, onions, bell peppers, and tulips. No matter which Enagic® Water you choose for your garden, you can have peace of mind that your plants will be healthy with clean, high-quality water. And think of how delicious your fruits and vegetables will taste after they’ve been watered with your Enagic® water ionizing machine, instead of chlorinated tap water.     Composting with Kangen Water® Give Back to Nature: Compost Composting is easy, natural, environmentally responsible, and it actually has a pleasant earth aroma when aerated properly. If you have never tried it before, you might be surprised at how simple and enjoyable composting can be. Most importantly, composting drastically reduces waste in our landfills. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that 72% of the municipal waste in landfills is organic and could be composted...

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