Natural Benefits - GEM Spring Water
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Natural Benefits

Ph Balance

The pH balance of water indicates its acidity or alkalinity. The best drinking water is said to have pH levels between 7.2 and 8.0. Gem Spring Water’s naturally balanced pH always averages above range at a pH of 8.2.

Alkaline Water

Alkaline water has the ability to neutralize acidity in the body and possibly improve antioxidant potential. Some benefits of alkaline water include weight loss, detoxification, better heart health, reduced blood pressure, cell regeneration, and improved hydration.



Adults need approximately 800mg of calcium per day. Calcium is important in stabilizing structure and teeth, ensuring the proper transmission of nerve and muscle impulses and assisting in the prevention of blood clotting.



Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body which is responsible for the health of living cells and the normal function of muscle and heart tissues. This mineral is believed to be ‘key’ in the prevention of heart attacks and the lowering of blood pressure.



Total Dissolved Solids are the total amount of minerals, salts, and/or metals dissolved in a given volume of water. It is important that the water you drink has the ideal T.D.S. level to promote a healthy lifestyle. A good TDS level range is 150-300. If a TDS level is too high, the water may have suspended irons and minerals such as dirt or other contaminants.



As we have come to realize after a good work-out electrolytes help our bodies to regenerate and hence many beverage producers synthetically introduce electrolytes into their product. Gem Spring Water NATURALLY contains electrolytes, which allows cells to generate energy, maintain the stability of their walls, and to function in general.



Potassium is an essential element in humans which ensures the stability of water pressure between cells as well as ensuring each cell get enough food.