As many of you know I love trying different types of water, and Icelandic Glacial is one of my favorites! Ever since being diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis and eating gluten-free, I have been on a path to reduce my acidity and alkalize my body. In fact, I have probably drank more water this year alone than I have in the past 6 years. And sadly I’m not joking. This is for you fellow Arizonians out there. I live in Scottsdale, and personally I think it’s one of the best places in the US to live! Check out my Purely Sedona water review below, it’s water sourced from our own back yard.
Purely Sedona Water Review
We are thrilled to announce we've hit the shelves at all Sprouts stores in Arizona!… https://t.co/zOrrtZCiZb
— Purely Sedona (@purelysedona) March 2, 2016
I saw this on the shelf the other day, and being a water fanatic I purchased one. I have learned my lesson with water and always buy one first. I have tried some seriously bad tasting water. Upon tasting it I immediately fell in love with the taste! It goes down really smooth and the aftertaste, or lack there of, is great. And so today I went back and cleared the shelves! Sorry folks, it’s all mine.
- Calories: 0
- Total fat: 0g
- Sodium: 0mg
- Total Carb: 0g
- Sugars: 0g
- Protein: 0g
This water has a pH level of 8.0, naturally occurring electrolytes, and the following in mg/L:
- Calcium: 27
- Magnesium: 13
- Bicarbonates: 130
- Silica: 15
- Total Dissolved Solids: 140
Purely Sedona FAQs
Here are some questions that I pulled from the Purely Sedona website.
Is Purely Sedona really from Sedona?
100 Percent. Every drop of water in each Purely Sedona bottle is sourced from a registered and protected spring in the Oak Creek Canyon of Sedona, AZ.
What is “Artesian Water”?
Artesian water is ground water confined under pressure between layers of super solid underground volcanic rock that flows naturally to the surface. The rock limits contaminants from entering into the aquifer, while also pressurizing the chamber. This results in remarkably pure and balanced water with naturally occurring electrolytes.
By looking at their website it appears they might later down the road be launching a home delivery service, which would be awesome. I also love their slogan.
Makes you happy. Keeps you healthy.
For generations, the artesian spring water flowing from the OakCreek Canyon of Sedona has been prized not only for its purity, but also for its mystical healing properties. Formed by rain and snowfall over hundreds of years, and naturally filtered through the rocks of the canyon, the spring water you hold in your hand is truly sacred. Untouched by man and unquestionably superior, its purity will restore and sustain you.
I can tell you one thing, this is one water I will be drinking a lot of in the near future. Not sure if it beats Icelandic Glacial, but it comes in pretty close. The cost is $1.24 per bottle 8 fl oz bottle. They also have a larger bottle version as well. If you have a Sprouts near you, head on down and try this water! Then let me know what you think below in the comments.