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ESSENTIA WATER- Essentia Water, LLC
Water (Ionized Alkaline Water)
Purified water, sodium bicarbonate, dipotassium phosphate, magnesium sulfate and calcium chloride (electrolyte sources added for taste).
For hydration of healthy adults.
Pediatrics:>1 yr.: Consume 32-64 fl. oz./day for rehydration. Take as frequently as desired.
20oz, 700ml with Sports cap, 1.0L (33.8oz.) and 1.5L (50.7oz) PET bottles.
Notify and use only under medical supervision if experiencing vomiting, fever, and/or diarrhea.
Safe for pregnancy/nursing. Category A.
Hydration. Essentia, an ionized high-pH bottled water, performed an independent randomized, double-blind, parallel arm study on the systolic blood viscosity (SBV) and other hydration biomarkers in healthy subjects. Essentia® demonstrated significantly better rehydration overall when compared with the leading brand of bottled water.
Assess hydration status.
Monitor for dehydration, vomiting, fever, and persistence of diarrhea.
Advise to notify physician if diarrhea continues beyond 24 hrs or if vomiting or fever occurs.
Oral route. See label for directions for use.
Store unopened product in a cool place. Do not reuse plastic bottle. Avoid excessive heat. After opening, replace cap, and refrigerate to chill if desired.
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