Now that we’ve busted the rumor about the Asea Company scam, lets look into their claims concerning the Asea product to see whether this Asea scam accusation has any truth.
Probably the biggest and/or most-often heard statement about Asea is that they are selling simple salt water. This may not be that difficult to believe for two reasons:
- We already have an instance where a company or companies were marketing and selling bottled water under the premise that it was taken from a pure natural spring. When in reality, they were simply bottling water from the city tap. Aquafina is tap water bottled by Pepsi and Dasani is tap water packaged by Coca Cola.
- The actual ingredients on each bottle of Asea list distilled water, Sodium and Chloride…in other words, water and salt.
So why would it be such a huge leap for a company to market salt water under the premise that it heals the body? However, since you are reading this article you certainly have heard, either word of mouth or internet, of some of the amazing healing testimonies from taking Asea. So you are thinking ‘this can’t be true from drinking salt water’. And you are right…healing cannot come from ingesting salt water.
The first thing Asea will let you know is:
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
So the big question is, what exactly is Asea apart from the stated ingredients on the bottle! And, if it isn’t intended to cure anything why do tens of thousands of people (and counting) continue to use the product?
To get the detailed scoop about what exactly Asea is, read these articles on Asea Water Science. It explains how Asea isn’t just plain salt water.
Ok, lets get back to the Asea scam subject. To determine if Asea is actually trying to deceive the public we need to find out precisely what they are claiming their product can do. Asea seems to be pretty forthcoming with their product claims as they even publish a document called ‘ASEA Approved Claims‘ (click to download). Now that we have their claims we need to determine if they are true.
Lets look at some of the bigger statements:
ASEA increases antioxidant efficiency of glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase (SOD) inside living cells more than 500%. ASEA significantly stimulates the production of the master antioxidants inside the cells without causing an inflammatory response.
Response: Glutathione peroxidase and SOD are the bodies own native super antioxidants. Read this third-party studies on Asea that confirms this claim: ASEA Antioxidant Efficiency
Asea’s reactive molecules are the same as those that are naturally produced inside of living cells and have been successfully measured over the last 30 years by the use of certain fluorescent dyes that act as indicators.
Response: This claim states that the contents of Asea is nothing more than the same molecules found inside our cells. These documents confirm this claim as well….Asea Component Verification and Reactive Molecule Verification
Athletic endurance, as measured by time to ventilatory threshold and time to VO2max , is significantly
increased by more than 10% on average.
Response: This claim is also confirmed by this document….ASEA Athletics VT Study.
From Asea’s own documentation, they simply claim that their product is a replica of the molecular fluid found inside our cells. The ingredients (hydrogen, oxygen, sodium and chlorine) are the atoms that make-up these molecules. And based on the third-party findings, these claims are accurate. There has not been anyone or agency that disputes these claims.
The Asea scam rumors get started because of the ingredients on the bottle and its so hard to believe the testimonies of people with chronic illnesses and athletes. Once the cells get restored with an abundance of their native molecules (like we had when we were young) the depleted cells begin to heal. As result, the cell tissues begin to heal…then the illness begins to disappear.
If you want more supporting documentation, visit the downloads page. Together with the testimonial videos, there should not be anymore doubt that the Asea scam claim is false.
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