September 28, 2012 9:30 am
Prevention Magazine takes on the “truth behind bottled water claims”…. and they included da Manzoids black water sludge in their review:
“Blk. Spring Water—we promise that’s not a typo—is a “proprietary fulvic and humic acid electrolyte drink, or a natural organic complex blend of over 77 macro and micro trace minerals and electrolytes.” Huh?”
Speaking of the black stuff, a “15-yr-old” wrote his allergic experience after sampling black water at a community center… better than his “experience” was one of the replies!
“OMG go to the ER and tell them exactly what you wrote. This company is probably some fake gov testing on civilians. I wouldnt doubt it. Even if its not its messed up.—-Just went to the website this stuff isnt even for sale yet!!! I wonder why. Anything that turns water black doesn’t sound good. I wouldnt drink it.
p.s. when they say it is derived from plant matter they fail to say it is also a derivative of decayed animal matter as well. I wouldnt trust anything that is from a 70 million year old source within the earth that is from decayed plant and animal matter….that sounds similar to oil that we use in our cars. Who knows what kind of old germ,bacteria,parasitic crap is down there in the decay and whatever lives off of it…”
(Thanks to SH readers “GLH” “duffy” and “milania”!!!)