UltraStream Water Filter Replacement

When the time comes to replace your UltraStream water filter cartridge, let us show you how simple it is to achieve. Whether you’re replacing the UltraStream filter cartridge on a bench top model or if your UltraStream is under the sink, the process is still relatively the same. The only exception you may encounter is […]

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How to use your Heavy Metal Test Kit

HEAVY METAL TEST KITS are a most useful diagnostic tool. If you are investigating possible causes, contributors, reasons for the presence of ill health, check your urine first. These kits are a home-based testing medium for exposing what cannot be seen by the naked eye in liquid solutions.  These kits can be used to test […]

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Magnesium for Internal & External Use

Magnesium deficiencies and the ill effects of these deficiencies can be many and varied. To small niggling injuries to major life-threatening disease, absorption of magnesium through the skin or what is called transdermal application is a gentle yet powerful way of nourishing yours and others body’s. With magnesium being one of the four big alkaline […]

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Why I Use An UltraStream And Not My Electric Ioniser

When i first purchased my electric ioniser, i invested about $2600AUD into the unit.  At that stage there was no other choice available for a water ionisers and to give a time frame it was around the year 2008. With the filter being activated charcoal, the water from the tap became a lot more pleasing […]

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UltraStream Water Filter – Set Up Instructions

The UltraStream is easy to set up.  From delivery to drinking alkaline, ionised water, it can all be done in under 10 minutes.  Even if you’re the not so confidant type, setting up your UltraStream is in the readily achievable category. No tools are required if you have very strong fingers. For those of us […]

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UltraStream Water Filter – Measuring pH & ORP

Alkaline water is water that has a higher concentration of the alkaline buffers (magnesium, sodium, potassium & calcium) than acidic water has. It is the richness of these alkaline minerals that changes the waters properties. Most municipal water supplies have calcium added to bring the alkalinity of the water supply up. This added calcium doesn’t […]

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