ASEA water does not really work, says Supplement Geek. While ASEA has many claims, including enhanced immune function, increased functionality of the body’s antioxidants, and protection against free radical damage, these claims are unsupported, notes Science-Based Medicine. The few studies on ASEA show little to no positive results.
A one-week study performed in involved 20 people riding stationary bikes and consuming 4 ounces of ASEA at periodic intervals, states Supplement Geek. Subjects underwent blood tests before and after the study. ASEA did not live up to its claims. The water is a combination of 16 chemically remixed products of salt and water, says Science-Based Medicine.