The kangen water machine technology was initially developed intended for agricultural use, but it has since slowly grown to be a medical device instead.
The device when attached to a faucet, it can eliminate bacteria and impurities in water.
It was invented by Japanese scientists in 1965 though, the machine was not given so much exposure outside Japan, not until recently.
The machine has the capability of producing five different types of waters for various specific purposes and uses which can be enumerated as follows:
*** There is that clean water which is used for baby infant formula and for taking medication.
*** There is that strong acidic water for disinfecting, killing germs and sanitizing kitchen and toilets. Most hospitals in Japan use it to disinfect their surgery rooms.
*** There is that alkaline drinking water which is best for preventing cancer.
*** There is that beauty water which is exactly matches the pH of the skin. It quickly penetrates the cells and revitalize them thus acting as a powerful anti aging beautifier and another for the watering of plants.
*** Lastly, there is that kangen water which some call it as “miracle water” due to its ability in helping in the healing of damaged cells. It’s such a powerful antioxidant that it diminishes the effects of free radicals. These free radicals account for 70 percent of all disease including some forms of cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and Alzheimer.
Kangen water is highly alkaline with pH 8.5 to 9.5 and cancer cells do not thrive in an alkaline environment, hence kangen helps inhibit the spread of cancer and aids in killing cancer cells.
The machine made of titanium and platinum has been invented for home use this time to make it accessible to every household after the original version of the machine has been used by hospital in more than 30 years of clinical experience enjoying the healing benefits that the machine has generated.
This anti-aging miracle water device is more than a water purifying machine which is now touching and transforming the lives of many people.