blk. Black Water Review
"Spring Water Infused With Fulvic Acid"
Ok, this is a strange drink by design. It's basically just black water. I saw it at a grocery store in New York that leans toward the healthy side of things. At first I thought it was just a black bottle, but after taking a look, I realized that it was actually black water in a clear bottle.
When I was checking out, the cashier said, "Oh that stuff's nasty!" When I asked why, what does it taste like, she responded "It's nasty: it's black!" No help there, but a funny reaction. I'm not sure that blk. appeals to the average person.
So, the color might fool you into thinking you're drinking flat coke, but it smells and tastes like nothing - or like water. It's just black water.
I'm not sure what fulvic acid is, so I looked it up: Fulvic acid is also known as Humic acid. Aside from turning water black, it seems to have some other uses too. Humic and Fulvic acids are commonly used as a soil supplement in agriculture (great) and sometimes as a nutritional supplement (It's apoly-electrolyte. I have no idea what that means).
The ingredients are: "Filtered spring water with the blk. proprietary blend of fulvic acid trace mineral complex."
The side of the bottle says: "Naturally black, blk. is a refreshing natural spring water infused with Fulvic Acid. Our organic proprietary formula, with a high pH of 9.0+, helps to balance the human body's pH levels. blk. contains over 77 trace minerals and electrolytes, which are an essential part of health & wellness: FRESH WATER TASTE. MAXIMUM BENEFITS. ENJOY THE DARK SIDE OF WATER."
PS: If you can't find blk. in your local grocery store, and want to try it, Amazon has a pretty good selection. You can get it in individual bottles or by the pack.