Why is there no sediment after adding Adya Clarity to the water?
1. The effects may vary depending on the amount and types of contaminants in the water.
* Only inorganic minerals and heavy metal contaminants form sediments.
* Chlorine and other gaseous contaminants evaporate off the top.
* Complex contaminants, like micro-organisms, may take longer to treat and you may not observe the effect immediately. The recommended wait time is 24 - 72 hours.
* If the starting water is clean (i.e. distilled, spring, filtered water), there may not be enough c...
How much of Adya Clarity should be added to water for first time users?
Similar to other products, it is recommended to introduce Adya Clarity to your body gradually.
_Start by drinking 1/2 - 1/3 of the recommended dosage__ for the first few weeks._
While you gradually work your way up to the recommended amount, it is important to continue drinking at least 8 glasses of clean, regular water each day.
A very small fraction of people, usually 55+ , feel detox symptoms when they first begin. This may be related to years of exposure to toxins – especially heavy meta...
What should I do if I experience detox symptoms?
If your body has toxins build up, you may experience detox symptoms. This is because Adya Clarity contains essential minerals that activate body's detoxification system.
During detox, it is not uncommon that you feel worse than before, as your body is getting rid of the toxins. This maybe because too much toxins are being released at once and your body is not able to handle it.
The symptoms vary greatly between individuals. These include headaches, fatigue, rashing, bloating, constipation and ...
Why are plastic bottles used to package the 16 oz and 32 oz bottles of Adya Clarity?
The bottle used to package Adya Clarity is made of food-grade, high density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic.
HDPE is a lightweight, easily recyclable, and non-toxic material that is one of the most common varieties of plastics in the world.
Glass bottles is not used for the 16 oz and 32 oz as it can break easily during transit. Furthermore, packaging Adya Clarity in stainless steel or glass increases weight of the shipping, carbon imprint, and shipping cost.
Why is sulfuric acid used to make Adya Clarity?
In nature, black mica is a solid. Sulfuric acid is used to transform black mica (aka. biotite) into a liquid form (ie. Adya Clarity). Once black mica is in a liquid form, it can thoroughly mix with water, bind with contaminants and pull them out of the water.
After Adya Clarity is diluted further in water, the concentration of sulfuric acid is 0.0005% (28 times less than what is found in alcoholic beverages).
As approved by Health Canada (Natural Health Product #: 80028256), it is also used ...
Will Adya Clarity affect any fillings, pacemakers or metal/medical implants?
Adya Clarity treated water will not negatively affect fillings, amalgams, pacemakers, or other dental/medical/metal implants. People who have fillings/ heavy metals may experience grey streaks in their teeth. This is the metals precipitating out. Some people reported having black coloured finger tips, lips, or even a taste like they have had copper pennies in their mouth. This is not very common unless you are extremely heavy metal toxic. The grey streaks in the teeth will go away over a short t...
I am going away on vacation. How should I store the filters?
If you are planning to leave from a couple of weeks to months, bacteria and algae may start growing in the filters if the filters are just left in the filtration system.
For the Ceramic Filter, please make sure to wipe it down with a soft wet cloth before storing it in a cool, dry area. Before using it again, please soak it in warm Adya Clarity treated water for 15 minutes.
For the Carbon Filter, if you are going away for more than 3 months, please immerse it in water and put it in your refrig...
Adya Clarity's patent number
The Adya Clarity (AC) is Made in USA. Also, granted a patent in 1988 which possesses an U.S. patent number: 4,776,963.
You may also read more about the technology by visiting the link: http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PALL&p=1&u=/netahtml/PTO/srchnum.htm&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=4,776,963.PN.&OS=PN/4,776,963&RS=PN/4,776,963
AC is also approved/licensed/registered under Health Canada as Adya Minerals (special name), but made with the same exact ingredients. The Natur...