IndigoH2O is a multiple award winning alkaline mineral water and you will taste the difference in every sip.
About 14,000 years ago, the glacier that occupied Lake Michigan (Lake Michigan lobe) began to pull back leaving ice deposits deep within the ground which formed many of the naturally fed lakes, rivers, springs, and aquifers in the Midwestern states. These exist where sand and gravel bodies are present within clay-rich glacial till (sediment deposited by ice) or in alluvial, coastal, and glacial outwash deposits.
Each bottle of IndigoH2O comes from a naturally fed artesian well that draws from a glacial spring in an untouched rural portion of the midwest. The mineral rich water is sent through a proprietary process, a UV Light Technology system, and an energy frequency technology phase process. These remove any impurities from the environment and preserve the high pH, naturally occurring minerals, and fresh crisp taste. The end result is Premium Alkaline Mineral water that contains magnesium, manganese, potassium, sodium, and calcium. In addition we pump our bottling room full of ozone to kill any bacteria that may be in the air.
Pure & Pristine
IndigoH2O comes from one of the most pure and pristine sources on Earth. Our water’s voyage takes it through layers of ancient rock and sandstone to a vast underground aquifer. During this natural filtration process it absorbs essential minerals making it Naturally Alkaline. These layers of rock and sandstone also provide a natural barrier from environmental pollutants, providing a pure and uncontaminated source of water.
Protected & Isolated
IndigoH2O comes from a protected underground glacier spring. Our water filters through layers of ancient rock and sandstone providing a natural barrier from environmental pollutants. The result is a pure and uncontaminated source of water. The locations of our rare springs have been carefully selected, ensuring isolation away from commercial and industrial pollution.
IndigoH2O filters naturally through ancient rock and sandstone drawing essential minerals and electrolytes from the surrounding rocks and infusing it into our water. This natural filtration process is imprinted into our water and gives it unique and special properties.
Our underground glacier spring is vast enough that we only draw a fraction of the available water annually. In addition to this insignificant usage, the springs also recharge at a rate far greater than our consumption. This means we virtually have no environmental impact on our water sources.