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celsus

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Basisches Wasser
« am: 19. November 2021, 15:39:36 »
At least 25 poisoned, 1 dead from “Real Alkalized Water,” CDC report reveals

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The saga began in November and December of 2020, when the five children—ranging in age from seven months to five years—became severely ill with acute liver failure after drinking the water. They were hospitalized and later transferred to a children's hospital for a potential liver transplant—though they all subsequently recovered without a transplant. Local health officials investigating the unusual cluster found that family members had also been sickened. The only common link between the cases was the alkalized water, which Real Water claimed was a healthier alternative to tap water.

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The 21 probable cases all had an inexplicable onset of liver inflammation, with no viral infection or other underlying disease to explain the illness. They also all drank Real Water's 5-gallon Re2al Water product. Most of the cases occurred in November 2020 and, apart from the children, were in people aged older than 30. Their common symptoms included fatigue, vomiting, decreased appetite, dizziness or vertigo, and unintentional weight loss. They all suffered from abnormal liver function, and multiple people were considered for liver transplants.

https://arstechnica.com/science/2021/11/at-least-25-poisoned-1-dead-from-real-alkalized-water-cdc-report-reveals/

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Re: Basisches Wasser
« Antwort #1 am: 20. November 2021, 02:07:04 »
Ich spekuliere mal ein wenig (auf den wenig bisher bekannten Fakten).

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Documents say the commercial product is drawn from the Las Vegas-area municipal water supply, filtered and processed with potassium hydroxide, commonly called lye, the chemical potassium bicarbonate and a mineral salt, magnesium chloride.
“Defendants claim to use a proprietary ‘ionizer’ apparatus to apply an electrical current to this mixture, which allegedly creates positively charged and negatively charged solutions,” the federal civil complaint says.
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/may/21/real-water-alkalized-liver-illness-death

Die nehmen also eine alkalische Chlorid-Lösung und machen dann eine Elektrolyse. Schön. Dabei kann - und wird - u.a. Chlorat gebildet (genau, das ungeheuer gesunde Unkrautvernichtungsmittel). Zusätzlich kann sich auch Perchlorat bilden. Die haben wohl nicht auf WP nachgeschaut:

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natriumchlorat
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perchlorate

Chlorate/Perchlorate sind definitiv nicht gesundheitsfördernd; ob das allerdings hier eine Rolle spielt, bleibt abzuwarten.

So Zeugs bzw. solche Apparaturen werden doch auch hierzulande angeboten. Mal sehen, was der Prozess in den USA feststellen wird (wenn er denn jemals etwas feststellen wird).  Aber hey, lieber Leberschaden als Übersäuerung. Deshalb ist es auch so wichtig, dass man das frühzeitig auch dem Nachwuchs eintrichtert.
Wollte ich nur mal gesagt haben!

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Re: Basisches Wasser
« Antwort #2 am: 20. November 2021, 02:25:32 »
Mein Trinkwasser ist immer basisch. Sagt jedenfalls meine Magensäure.  :laugh:
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Re: Basisches Wasser
« Antwort #3 am: 20. November 2021, 02:50:23 »
Ich spekuliere mal ein wenig

Mehr können die Behörden auch nicht tun.

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The company didn't even have any documents of the ingredients and manufacturing process for the water products it made, which could—among other things—help ensure that excess amounts of ingredients weren't added or environmental contaminants didn't get in. There was "no written process control and/or supply-chain control procedures to ensure that the correct type and amount of chemicals are added to each batch of product water," the DOJ said.
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