The biological value of your tap water can be determined with a specific analysis from medical technology.

Using the principles of bioelectronics, the "Terrain Analysis" used by naturaquell® allows conclusions to be made about the composition of liquids and the substances which are detrimental to the human organism contained in them. Therefore, this analytical procedure allows assessment of the biological quality of foods or liquids.

In this context, the measured values of natural water serve as reference values for the assessment of drinking water quality. With the Terrain Analysis, the pH, the rH2 and the R values are determined; they provide information on the constitution of your water.

The pH

is a measure of the hydrogen ion concentration. It allows determination of the acidity and basicity of a liquid.

Natural, healthy water has a pH value of 6.4 to 6.8 – i.e. it is slightly acidic (a pH of 7 means neutral).

Values below that indicate that the water is acidic; values above that, basic).

The rH2

measures the number of electrons in a liquid.

If the water contains very few electrons, this generally means that it has been sterilized by means of chlorination or ozonation. Substances are used in these processes whose residues can contaminate the drinking water.

Ideally, good drinking water has an rH2 value of 22 to 24.

The r

value provides information on the typical, electrical resistance of a liquid. In this context, the quantity of complex dissolved minerals is measured.

In this manner, an over or under mineralization of the water can be determined. If the r value is high, there are few minerals in the water, and vice versa. In this context the following applies: natural and biologically clean water exhibit a high r value; they contain only few dissolved minerals.

High-quality water should thus be slightly acidic and relatively poor in minerals and with a low rH2 value and exhibit a low degree of sterilization/oxidation. Please don't hesitate to contact us so we can analyze your drinking water!