…they start selling black “water infused with fulvic acid” at the supermarket. Here I am at Whole Foods in Lafayette browsing around when I encounter this. Now, although I remember when the only kind of water that was sold was with bubbles, I’m aware of “ionized” water , coconut water (which I love) and what not, but I did a double take when I saw this on sale.
Appropriately named, “blk.”, Whole Foods describes this black water (it really is black) as, “water infused with fulvic acid” while the label on the bottle notes that it’s, “alkaline fulvic trace mineral infused water”. I’m not judging, but does this appeal to anybody?
Is this the kind of thing my kids are going to think is completely normal in a few years? “Hey dad, you still drink clear water without fulvic acid!? That is so passé!”