I do not consider myself to be germaphobic whatsoever. I don't mind drinking tap water at home However, I have found myself in restaurants at times wondering how clean is their tap water. Since there has been in more than one scenario in which I wished there was some way for me to see how clean is the water that I drink, I could not wait to try Adya Clarity when I got the opportunity. Here is my personal review of Adya Clarity.
What is Adya Clarity?
Adya Clarity is a liquid drop you add to your water to reduce contaminants and add nutrients to your water. A few of the nutrients you can expect to receive by adding Adya Clarity to your water include Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Manganese, Sodium, Zinc, and Vanadium. It is also clinically proven to reduce heavy metals inside your body. I initially thought it almost sounds too good to be true! I add 5-8 drops in my glass of water, and it lock on to any contaminants in my water and make them evaporate out of the glass. Some of those contaminants become insoluble and float to the bottom of the glass. Those contaminants can be removed from your water easily, however, they are neutralized after 15 minutes.
I poured two glasses of tap water. They were both refrigerated, so they were a little cold. After reading my pamphlet, I learned could slow the decontamination process. I poured two glasses so I could have one control glass to compare to the other in case any contaminants appeared. Side by side these glasses look just the same to the naked eye: contaminant free.
The next thing I did was add 8 drops of Adya Clarity to my glass of water. I stirred it pretty well once the drops were added. Immediately after stirring the two glasses still looked exactly the same. After five minutes, the water in the glass I was testing was much cloudier than my control glass.
After 15 minutes the water should've been completely decontaminated. It was still pretty cloudy compared to my control glass, but I trusted that was ready based on the instructions. The last test now was to take a sip of the water. I was a bit nervous when it came to drinking this somewhat cloudy water, but I did it!
When I took a sip of the water it tasted great! It tasted a little sweeter than before, but not a noticeable flavor. I've been drinking my water with Adya Clarity for a little over a week now, and I have to admit that I feel great. I feel more energized during my workouts and water is incredibly refreshing. I plan on using it on camping trips, keeping a bottle in my purse for restaurant visits, or just to use in case of a water emergency. If it came down to recommending it to my friends and family, I certainly would! Especially for those who do not take a multivitamin and for those who have an iron deficiency.
This post was sponsored by water liberty.
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