Hunza Water


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Hunza Water Concentrate (4 oz)
1 Teaspoon per serving
(24 servings per bottle)

Hunza Water is made from melted glaciers and is perhaps the closest to drinking from the Fountain of Youth.

The technical source of Hunza water is water that comes from melted glaciers.

In the early 20th century, doctors and scientists began studying the health and
psycho-physical abilities of the Hunza people. These people have the longest life span in the world, a study concluded the water they drink is partially the reason for their longevity.

Drinking water from the glacial streams of the Himalaya Mountains is perhaps the closest we can get to drinking from the Fountain of Youth.

The technical source of Hunza water is water that comes from melted glaciers.

Directions: One teaspoon of concentrate mixed into 8 ounces of water in the morning when you wake up. Allow a half-hour before eating and drinking.. Please do not use a metal spoon or pour it into a metal cup or container. We suggest using a plastic teaspoon for measuring and stirring.

It contains negatively-charged hydrogen ions. This is important because hydrogen is one of the most powerful antioxidants. This helps to neutralize free radicals in the body. In addition to living in a society with little to no pollution or environmental toxins, it’s no wonder these people are living 120 years!

Mineral colloids efficiently deliver nutrition. Basically, a specific “activator” reduces the size of the nutritional elements of Hunza water. However, it doesn’t compromise the actual nutrition – it just makes it more compact, thus easier for the body’s cells to receive.

Lower surface tension. In essence, this means that Hunza water more closely resembles the water found around the cells in our body. This is getting a bit complicated, right? Here’s why that matters…

Increased “net charge.” Basically, fluids are able to move between cells, flush out toxins and absorb more water into the cells.

High alkaline pH. This can naturally help the body to neutralize acids and regulate pH levels which have been linked to reducing the risk of cancer and – you guessed it – a longer life!”

Made of gnostic salt from the hunza region this places the body instant ketosis
Drains the kidneys of protein urea


Hunza Water’s FAQs

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Will the salt in the Hunza Water raise my sodium levels?

The amount of sodium in the Hunza water is at a natural-grade amount and studies have indicated that people taking the hundreds of others in small to moderate doses have not raised their sodium levels because they’re getting the adequate amount of sodium by taking the Hunza water 1 to 2 times a-day.

Is it temperature sensitive?

It is not temperature sensitive, but we do not recommend cooking with it.

What is the shelf life of my Hunza Water?

3 years

Can I put it in the Refrigerator?

Yes, you can store it in the refrigerator or at room temperature. 

How should we consume it?

We recommend just adding it to water and drinking it.

What is the proper dosage to take of the Hunza Water per day?

Take one teaspoon of the concentrate per 12 oz of water when first waking up. This is also an optimal dose for heavy exertion workouts and sweating as a second dose at midday of the equal amount will provide enough sodium for the body to not be dehydrated.

What else does the Hunza Water do besides hydrate me?

Hunza water provides many minerals and elements from ancient salt waters. It also provides ATP And energy transfer by penetrating the cytoplasm of the cell with negative Hydrogen which helps facilitate electrical messaging and nutrition transfer between the cells. This is called endocytic communication.

How long do I need to keep taking the Hunza Water?

According to Dr. Flanagan’s studies, when he first started using the Hunza water with Dr. Robert Coudry, taking of the Hunza water should be a lifelong journey, much like when we eat and drink food every day. So, missing a day would not cause any harm….but  once your body is used to being hydrated, missing long periods could lead to going back to  dehydration… and resetting all of the work done to rehydrate.

Is there any medication over the counter or prescription that should not be taken with the salts?

Please consult with your physician.

Is anyone allergic to Hunza salts? Would anyone have an allergic reaction associated with it?

All humans need salt and sodium to survive … Some people who have high blood pressure have to watch their salt and sodium intake. Consult your doctor if you have any specific questions.

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