Sababa Beverages pulls water from 5000+ feet under the earth’s surface at multiple locations across North America. Our exclusive partner and source in the East Coast has the most extensive distribution network in North America and warehouses across Canada and the United States, unlike other bottled water companies. Sababa Beverages also has exclusive access to a pristine and abundant, award winning source deep in the untouched wilds of Canada. With exclusive exploitation rights, Sababa Beverages has a confirmed volume in excess of thousands of millions of gallons.
Ideally located inside the heart of 'Americas First Wilderness', the rugged, rocky terrain of the Catskill Mountains and wild forests give way to Sababa’s premiere water spring.
Lying deep inside thick, impermeable layers of prehistoric clay, the spring is naturally isolated from any possible surface drainage or run off. Exceptional geological and geographical factors have created the perfect environment for Sababa’s perfect water.
Tributary pools from the enormous surrounding area feed the main water source, locked in subterranean gathering shelves. Comprised of rock from the Precambrian Era, among the oldest on Earth at over 600 Million years, the crystalline shelves create a dense, natural filtration system. This unhurried 60 year process through mineral rich stone gives Sababa water its incomparable purity and superior taste. Our water’s in-ground temperature is 41°F which maintains its perfectly balanced mineral composition and creates its incredibly crisp structure. Water helps nearly every part of the human body function.
Considering that our body is almost two-thirds water, understanding water's
important role in the body can be a benefit to your health!
Sababa Water is Natural Spring Water, flowing from the abundant source of Mt. Palomar. As with nature, comes gifts from the mountain which include a high % of silica, low Total Disolved Solids and an even pH of 6.8 - 7.2 which is neutral.
The technical definition of pH is that it is a measure of the activity of the hydrogen ion (H+) and is reported as the reciprocal of the logarithm of the hydrogen ion activity. Therefore, a water with a pH of 7 has 10-7 moles per liter of hydrogen ions; whereas, a pH of 6 is 10-6 moles per liter. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14.
The pH of pure water (H20) is 7. In general, a water with a low pH (< 6.5) could be acidic, soft, and corrosive. Therefore, the water could leach metal ions such as: iron, manganese, copper, lead, and zinc from the aquifer, plumbing fixtures, and piping. Therefore, a water with a low pH could contain elevated levels of toxic metals, cause premature damage to metal piping, and have associated aesthetic problems such as a metallic or sour taste, staining of laundry, and the characteristic "blue-green" staining of sinks and drains .
A water with a pH > 8.5 could indicate that the water is hard. Hardwater does not pose a health risk, but can cause aesthetic problems. These problems include: Formation of a "scale" or precipitate on piping and fixtures causing water pressures and interior diameter of piping to decrease; Causes an alkali taste to the water and can make coffee taste bitter; Formation of a scale or deposit on dishes, utensils, and laundry basins; Difficulty in getting soaps and detergents to foam and formation of insoluble precipitates on clothing, etc.; and Decreases efficiency of electric water heaters.
Research from : Wilkes University
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