Prepare ionized water by first filtering water using a reverse-osmosis system and by adding calcium glycerophosphate to make it alkaline and ionized. Materials needed are 1-gallon plastic water containers, stainless steel plates, platinum electrodes, two CPVC pipes, chamois, two CPVC spigots, epoxy glue, a reverse osmosis system, calcium glycerophosphate tablets and a battery charger.
Filter the water using a reverse osmosis water system
Filter tap water using either a Berkey or a reverse osmosis filtration system. This water is not ionized.
Arrange the unit that ionizes the filtered water
Fix stainless steel plates below the lids of two plastic containers, using bolts of ? inches by 1 ? inches with wing nuts on the top. These are terminals attached to the battery charger. Attach platinum electrodes to the steel plates. A CPVC pipe, 2 inches in diameter and 6 inches long, is fixed into two corresponding holes of the plastic tanks and glued externally to facilitate movement of hydrogen and hydroxyl ions into two different containers. Chamois is wrapped at the two ends of the pipe to filter water between the two tanks.
Add minerals to the filtered water to develop ionized water
Fill both the containers with the filtered water, add one to four crushed tablets of calcium glycerophosphate per liter of water that has 130 milligrams of calcium and attach the entire unit to a battery charger. The chamois clamps are loosened after filling the tanks with water to allow water movement across the pipe. The process is continued until the pH reaches 8 to 9.5 and the oxidation-reduction potential of the water reaches -150 to -500 millivolts.