Does the Living Water Vortex Jug Really Work?
The Living Water Vortex Jug has to be the most intriguing product I have ever tried. A solid silver, leaf-shaped paddle projecting from the lid of the jug stirs two litres of water anti-clockwise for about four minutes, producing a powerful vortex which brings the dead, chemically polluted water we get out of our taps back to life.
"Hard to believe, I know, but of the dozen people I blind tested, eleven preferred the taste of the spun water, and the other had a cold. I have had the Jug at home for several months now, and water consumption by my family has soared from the odd glass to around 4 litres a day.
"This probably indicates, as the makers claim, that the body needs water which is restructured in this way Magazine, product review. "
John Adams, Permaculture Magazine, product review.
"I had trouble weaning my teenage boys off fizzy drinks, as London tap water is so hard it is difficult to swallow. Now all the family drink lots of sweet, lively, pure water from the Vortex Jug." Duncan Moore (London)
"You may have noticed this is the 2nd jug I've ordered. The first disappeared to Glasgow where our 3 daughters share a flat. I had it spinning in the kitchen, when daughter no.2 says, 'What is that aquarium thing on the kitchen table?' Answers daughter no.1, 'Oh, it's just one of Mum's new gimmicks'. However, after tasting the water they all agreed is was quite delicious. Glasgow water is really foul. Where our daughters live it tastes quite mouldy, but not after a spin in the Vortex!" Kate Lockhart (Ayr)
"My cats won't drink our tap water. Introduced to water from the jug, they now drink it regularly. As animals reject anything that is not good for them, this is a good blind test." David Flanagan (Isle of Wight)