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Tuesday, December 03, 2019

Nigari water

Nigari is refined from deep seawater (DSW) through the process of electrolysis and reverse osmosis to remove calcium sulfate and sodium chloride as well as to retain the high concentration of magnesium chloride and oth er important trace minerals.

Deep seawater (DSW) has been found to be far richer in minerals such as Mg, Ca and K compared to surface seawater, and thus its utilization and application in the fields of agriculture, medical treatment, and the food industry has become the focus of considerable research.

Natural nigari, particularly in liquid form, is absorbed much easier by the human body than synthetically made nigari.

How to use Nigari for drinking: Take nigari as a nutritional supplement, drinking it 5 times a day, “3 drops to 100cc” Every person is different, so use the above as a guide while searching for the best amount for you. It tastes like slightly salty water, so if you dislike the taste, you can try putting it in coffee, juice or even miso soup.
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