MYTH: Adya Clarity contains high levels

MYTH : Adya Clarity contains high levels (1000+ppm) of aluminum.

FACT : Any statement to the effect that water purified with Adya Clarity contains this amount of aluminum is extremely misleading.

First of all, 1000+ ppm is not a “high level.” Parts per million (ppm) is a way of expressing very dilute concentrations of substances. The level of aluminum in Adya Clarity is essential for it to effectively reduce turbidity in water, and as previously stated in Fact 4, the aluminum in Adya Clarity is part of a natural complex that been used for decades for water purification.

A test conducted by an independent, EPA-certified laboratory demonstrates that 88% of the aluminum in Adya Clarity precipitates out with contaminants after treatment and filtration. See the test results here.

The test proves that after treating and filtering 1 liter of water with 1 ml. of Adya Clarity, there is 0.118 mg. of aluminum left in the water, which is well within the EPA’s recommended levels of 0.05-0.2 mg/L.

Click here for a complete breakdown of how much aluminum is typically in one serving of water treated with Adya Clarity. 

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About janetess

Jane Davis has spent a lifetime working with people of all ages in the fields of wellness and mind and body nutrition, through personal guidance and through group meetings, wellness expos, and seminars. Her encyclopedic knowledge of aromatherapy, along with particular mineral waters, has allowed her to achieve consistent success in facilitating lasting health and wellness. She strongly believes that we can attain health through the freedom of becoming our own healer by trusting our intuition.
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