What is a Water Ionizer? (New + Improved)

Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 13, 2014 7:17 pm

It is somewhat amazing the number of people from all over the world who are contacting Tyent each day wanting to learn more about alkaline ionized water, water ionizers, and how Tyent’s machines work.  Many people had essentially the same question but some first wanted to know what exactly a water ionizer is.

Tyent water ionizers are in a class by themselves.

First question up.

What is a Water Ionizer?

At its core, a water ionizer is a machine.  Only this machine is specially designed to filter, ionize and alkalize ordinary tap water.  A transubstantiation of sorts: changing one thing into something entirely different.  It’s important to note that the water created by Tyent water ionizers is  filled with …

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Tyent USA And Clean Water In The World

Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 17, 2014 5:49 pm


                                On the Hunt for Clean Water

Magnified drop    Following yesterday’s blog I received some positive feedback from people who were aghast at the degree of filth some of those bodies of water contained.  I also was asked this same question more than twice, “Where is the cleanest water found?”


I liked that question so I set out to discover where the cleanest water in the world might be found.  Here is what I learned.


When it comes to naturally clean water, we must travel to the far North.  Canada, to be specific.


 Canada Map    Elmvale, Canada:  Located some 90 minutes north of Toronto, the sleepy little village of Elmvale is located in aptly named, Springwater Township.  For the past 20 years the

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Tyent USA Looks at fresh water in North America

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 21, 2014 4:57 pm



                  Tyent Looks at Three of the Great Lakes


The Great Lakes Map     North America is home to a series of fresh water lakes known as the Great Lakes.  Stretching from Minnesota to New York and from Illinois into Canada, these lakes contain nine tenths of all the fresh water in the United States and about a fifth of the world’s fresh surface water.

 There are five lakes in total (six if you count Lake St. Claire).  Can you name the remaining five Great Lakes?

 Times up.  Close your eyes if don’t want to see.  Wait a minute, then you couldn’t read the blog.


 The five Great Lakes


  • Lake Superior


  • Lake Huron


  • Lake Ontario


  • Lake Erie


  • Lake Michigan



If you have

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A World of Water and Fascinating Facts

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 22, 2014 2:00 pm


Water and Our World; Fascinating Facts You Should Know

water drop world    Water, sustainer of life


Water, or H2o, is an enigma.  It can wash away the dirt from your car or an entire town.  It has the power to quench your thirst or to sink a ship.  Water holds the power of life in its every drop, be they too many or too few, as is the case in California right now with their devastating drought.  On May 21st and for the first time this century, the U.S. Drought Monitor declared the entire state of California in a severe drought.


*That is sad news considering water covers about 70% of our planet.  The salt water of the oceans account for

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