Water harvested from the Deep Ocean (600 meters or deeper) is always safe and never contaminated. Deep Ocean Water is the most valuable water on earth and can claim attributes no other water source can.
Prof. Dr. H-J. Krock, of the University of Hawaii at Manoa defined Deep Ocean Water (DOW) as starting from a depth of under 500 meters, just below the Thermocline, 20 degrees North and 20 Degrees South in the Tropical Zone.
These Deep Ocean Waters contain no human disease causing bacteria, viruses or parasites and have been isolated from the pesticides, hormones and other discharges of our industrial society.
DOW commonly refers to seawater that is pumped up from a depth of over 600 m. It is usually associated with the following characteristics: low temperature, high purity, and being rich in nutrients, namely, beneficial elements. Its location being far from solar radiation results in it having minimal to no bacteria activities.
Less photosynthesis of plant plankton, consumption of nutrients, and lots of organic decomposition causes abundant nutrients to remain there. The abundance of inorganic material becomes higher when the depth of the seawater is increased.
DOW is analogous with the following characteristics: high purity, and being rich with nutrients, namely, beneficial elements, which include magnesium, calcium, potassium, chromium, selenium, zinc, and vanadium. Subsequently, DOW has the potential to be a good health source.
Research has proven that DOW can help overcome health problems especially related to lifestyle-associated diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity and cancer.