I have had a crazy summer in terms of blowing away my daily routines. I personally think that closing a house sale in the middle of summer should be illegal…I also feel the same way about summer weddings!!!!

“The Move” came at a great cost in terms of a displacement of daily rituals. One of the costs is the fact that I was without ionized water for a few weeks. After more than four years of drinking the water, the negative affects have been less than I anticipated. My acid reflux has been minimal (I suspect that a better diet also plays a role) and my arthritis has been virtually non-existant. Now those may not be big issues to people who don’t suffer from acid reflux or arthritis, but for fellow sufferers, you know how wonderful the relief can be. The one real difference I have experienced since being off ionized water is that my allergy to ragweed has returned after a four year absence.

I have been allergic to ragweed since I was a teen. The period from mid August to the first frost was always a very difficult time for me despite the annual needles in the spring and trips to the pharmacy. I was literally a walking advertisement for a flu commercial for 35 years before I started drinking ionized water. As soon as I drank the water, my allergy to ragweed “disappeared”.

I’m happy to report that I’m back on ionized water this week and the sneezing has stopped and I can breathe again.

While it may be hard to justify spending $4,000 on a machine to cure an allergy, it would be worth it to me. Knowing that I can get the same result from a $379 natural water ionizer makes the decision a lot easier.

Source: Water FYI