Drinking water infused with hho

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Re: Drinking water infused with hho

Postby TheVat on June 24th, 2019, 9:37 am 

"HHO" gas? Erm, wouldn't that be H2O, AKA "water"? "Bubbled with HHO gas" would be boiling, i.e. boiling produces bubbles of water vapor. The bicarbonate would soothe an acid reflux issue, but is otherwise pointless.

Also, putting lye (NaOH) in water you will drink is a bad idea. This Mr Lang sounds like a fraud, and any wellbeing you feel may be attributed to a placebo effect, i.e. the power of suggestion.
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