Ganns Likes: OxRyd Oxygenated Water
OxRyd is the Philippines’ first and only oxygen-rich bottled drinking water. The water is oxygenated using a process called Electrolytic Hydrolysis, which splits water into its smaller components and increases dissolved oxygen content. Along the whole process, the water becomes softer and water molecule clusters become smaller for faster cell absorption.
Scientific studies have shown that additional oxygen to the body helps in optimal energy consumption. It enhances up hydration and the body’s energy production in the cellular level by speeding up the breaking down of food molecules resulting in higher energy and improved stamina.
Oxygen also plays a very important role in the body by acting as a guardian and protector against unfriendly bacteria and disease organisms. Because oxygen is your body cell’s main food, you become stronger and healthier. With OxRyd, your body toxins, garbage, debris and useless substances are destroyed by oxygen and carried out of the system. Oxygen is a powerful detoxifier and when it is deficient, toxins begin to devastate bodily functions and deplete the body of life giving energy.
A few weeks ago, I decided to replace my water consumption with OxRyd; I also stopped drinking any other beverages while on the “water fast.” This is what I can categorically say happened to me:
- I did have more energy. I tend to be lethargic at work, but I’ve found myself more alert for the duration of the experiment.
- I breathed better. I found myself taking deeper breaths, and I snored less, apparently.
- Slept better, and no backache! Usually, when I get up in the mornings, my back is rather sore. For the duration of the experiment, and even days after, I woke up feeling refreshed.
I also found OxRyd to have no aftertaste and no side effects.
Would I still use OxRyd?
Cost-wise, OxRyd is at par with Wilkin’s and Absolut Distilled water, which places it in the premium water category. At Php35, it’s a little pricier than the bottled water we’re used to. But I think the benefits will outweigh the cons, so I think we will continue to use it. OxRyd is available at the WalterMart where we shop, so it’s easier to get, but I think I will still order directly from the supplier.
Where do I get OxRyd?
I get my OxRyd from Walter Mart, but if you’re interested, you can purchase this oxygenated water at Robinsons Supermarket, Walter Mart Supermarket, Ever Supermarket, Rustans Supermarket, Cherry Fooderama, Landmark Supermarket Bora Mart in Boracay, Rose Pharmacy, South Star Drug Store and Sta Lucia Supermarket.
For more information about OyRyd, please contact CY Water Solutions, Inc. at(02) 215-9158, (02) 666-1950 or (02) 994-9641.
Disclosure: GannsDeen.com has received no financial remuneration from OxRyd and its manufacturer, CY Water Solutions, for this blog entry. Image and some information taken from OxRyd‘s official website.