Note: "H3O" is now sold in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand as "Calcium Sulfate Hydronium Concentrate."

Our first H3O bottle
pH Chart & Usage Guidelines
Since our introduction of H3O in 2002, we've received hundreds of letters of feedback on a wide variety of applications for this product. It was evident early on that "H3O" was "pH driven" -- specifically, that the product manifested different properties based on the degree of dilution with water to which it was subjected.
Below, we have created a "pH Chart" that correlates dilution and pH with functionality. We believe it will be useful to you as you use the product. The water (H2O) used is distilled water (≈ 6.5 pH), more alkaline than the "purified" water that was originally used to test H3O in our initial presentations of this product. If you use distilled water, you therefore get a lower yield than if you use most "purified water." Still, we recommend that you use distilled water to get the best results.

Dilution pH Yield From
8 Fl. Oz.
Functionality Related
To This pH
None. This is use of the product straight from the bottle, with no dilution.
≈ 0.0-0.1
8 fl. oz. Only in rare instances do you use the concentrate without dilution. Not intended for any internal use. (See 1:128 dilution ratio below.)
1 : 9
One part H3O to nine parts distilled H2O.
(Ex: 1 fl. oz. H3O, 9 fl. oz. H2O.)

≈ 1.5
80 Fl. Oz.
= 0.625 Gal.
(2.36 liters)
This is about as high a concentration as most people use. This would be used to kill pathogenic bacteria and other organisms; in small quantities, in a mouthwash to heal an oral infection; or as a soak to address toenail fungus. Not a commonly used ratio. Use 1:16 for a "high kill" solution.
1 : 16
One part H3O to sixteen parts distilled H2O.
(Ex: 1 fl. oz. H3O, 16 fl. oz. H2O.)

≈ 1.75
136 Fl. Oz.
= 1.0625 Gal.
(4.02 liters)
Same effects as 1:9 above, except that the anti-microbial action would take slightly longer.
1 : 24
One part H3O to 24 parts distilled H2O.
(Ex: 1 fl. oz. H3O, 24 fl. oz. H2O.)

≈ 1.8
200 Fl. Oz.
= 1.5625 Gal.
(5.913 liters)
Same effects as 1:16 above, but responding not as quickly.
1 : 32
One part H3O to thirty-two parts distilled H2O.
(Ex: 1 fl. oz. H3O, 32 fl. oz. H2O.)

≈ 1.9
264 Fl. Oz.
= 2.0625 Gal.
(7.805 liters)
Same effects as 1:24 above, except that the anti-microbial action would take slightly longer. This was our original recommendation for general anti-microbial usage.
1 : 64
One part H3O to sixty-four parts distilled H2O.
(Ex: 1 fl. oz. H3O, 64 fl. oz. [half gallon] H2O.)

≈ 2.1
520 Fl. Oz.
= 4.0625 Gal.
(15.374 liters)
For use as a general mouthwash; light anti-microbial wash.
1 : 128
One part H3O to 128 parts distilled H2O.
(Ex: 1 fl. oz. H3O, 128 fl. oz. [one gallon] H2O.)

≈ 2.35
1,032 Fl. Oz.
= 8.0625 Gal.
(30.511 liters)
This is the dilution ratio that we recommend for drinking a "high proton" beverage. Taking one to two tablespoons a day at this dilution ratio would equate to the anti-aging benefits which Dr. Vladimir Volkov ascribes to in his writings. Note: The acid water obtained through general hydrolysis is about 2.7, so this is "beverage" would be even higher in H+ content. The taste of the end beverage at this dilution ratio is very agreeable. We recommend adding a twist of lemon to taste . . . Incidentally, the daily intake of R.L. Banks to produce the results shown in his pictures, were 5 cc, 2X daily. This was taken in gel caps. To obtain this same result at the 1:128 ratio, you would consume 1,280 ml. (that's 1.35 quarts or 5.4 cups) throughout the day.

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