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01-12-2011, 03:39 PM
Hey everyone i just got adya clarity and wanted to about others experinces with it.
01-12-2011, 04:09 PM
Adya water yada yada
The only thing that is "clear" about Adya Clarity is the nonsense of their snake-oil-like claims about the benefits of the "Magnetic Sulfate Minerals" in their water. The idea that paramagnetic salts are capable of "attracting contaminants", including "chlorine or bacteria", is pure fantasy. Its "high level of hydration" is no improvement over pure water, and its "oxygen enhanced" content is worthless, as I explain here. Another site makes even more egregious claims: removal of "calcification" and heavy metals (some of which are present in most mica minerals from which the water is derived), "improve" blood, etc. etc.
01-12-2011, 04:15 PM
I took this from curezone
I've looked a bit more into Adya Clarity and it certainly seems to be a powerful water purifier. I still don't really understand how it works, but it does seem to remove most minerals and algae from water, and probably most bacteria, parasites and fungi too.
The first key question is whether it removes all Candida from the GI tract. I think it might remove/kill free yeast. Not so sure about hyphal (fungal) Candida. However if all the free yeast is removed and the patient can resume a normal diet, the immune system may take care of the hyphal Candida. So, yes, I think this product has the potential to cure candidiasis. However this is speculative. I'm not saying it will cure candidiasis.
The second key question is whether Adya Clarity will kill your good bacteria. I think if it is a water purifier powerful enough to kill all the yeast and parasites in your bowels, then it will probably kill all your good bacteria too. When taken at a strength needed to knock out Candida it probably will knock out most every other microbe in your gut. In fact, therawfoodworld.com, the website that sparked the original interest in this product, and who sell Adya Clarity, claim that it "eliminates anaerobic bacteria". So you can say goodbye to your lactobacilli and bifidobacteria!
What I'm speculating is that Adya Clarity has the potential to largely sterilize the bowel. Is this a good thing? Well, if your life is a living hell from Candida, it probably is. It's not as healthy as having a gut full of good bacteria, but realistically, how many people who have had chronic candidiasis ever achieve this? Perhaps if the Candida is fully eradicated, it will be possible to stop taking Adya Clarity and start probiotics, or perhaps just take Adya Clarity periodically.
I guess another concern is what else Adya Clarity may do to the GI tract when taken at a therapeutic dose. There is no information on this. Is it safe when taken a tsp at a time? I know it contains minerals, but who knows how it affects the overall mineral balances. It could potentially cause deficiencies.
I must admit that I am worried by the fact that the only people on the web really testifying to the effectiveness of Adya Clarity for Candida are the Monarchs and John Gray (Men are from Mars...). These people just as enthusiastically endorse a number of other health products - all of which they just happen to sell (how convenient).
01-12-2011, 09:07 PM
There is another thread on this.
This label you show is the questionable product.
01-12-2011, 09:09 PM
Just like anything else, there are testimonials on the amazing benefits people have experienced and then there are the nay sayers. Thats life.
I am on day three with it so we will see.
01-12-2011, 09:27 PM
Good questions Sport. I have directed them to the person I purchase from.
We will see what he comes back with.
As I mentioned on the other thread Adya has been very beneficial for me.
My energy levels have gone way up since taking it.
01-13-2011, 03:16 AM
I must apologise to everyone.
I took it that the original poster was a spammer so I deliberately found the nasty stuff on line as the spammer was still logged on.
I know that there are testimonials on there as well that attest to benefits but to be honest I was a bit concerned when I read about killing off all of the good bacteria.
You should not do that unless you are in serious trouble.
01-13-2011, 09:01 AM
I asked my friend whom I buy Adya from about your concerns Sport. Below is his reply.
Interestingly enough I have noted that my digestive track and eliminations have improved since taking Adya.
I also mentioned in a previous post that I have a wonderful doctor that does kineseolgy and this product tested very well for me and very well over all. He is now using it with his patients and I am eager to hear what he has to say about it after using it.
Adya doesn't kill anything but rather balances anything that is out of balance. It converts TOXIC
substance to NON TOXIC and non active. Adya will not harm anything that resonates with a LIFE vibration.
It won't wipe out probiotics, I actually have a blend I make
with high level probiotics and microbes in liquid form and add Adya to it to enhance it. Adya will
enhance anything that has the vibration of health.
For instance MMS, if you know about it, does kill stuff and we need to take more probiotics to replenish, Adya doesn't.
Adya balances out the organs, hormones, and glands in the body, therefore having an impact on: metabolism, elimination,
blood sugar levels, and balancing our natural flora, meaning that if candida is over growing, it will balance it out.
It may take time for other fungi in the body to be removed, and lots of water is needed (with normal dose of Adya)
to flush out. John Grey, FYI, is not selling Adya, just recommending it. He may have it on his site, yet the orders
are fulfilled by Adya. He supports it since he saw his friend heal from Hepatitis C in front of his eyes, just from drinking
01-13-2011, 11:45 AM
I do not doubt it. I was just being a pessimist.
01-13-2011, 12:30 PM
funny! I have learned to listen to the pessimist as I like to see all sides.
And i do think there is a little spammer or two or three on board when it comes to our Adya discussions!
01-13-2011, 04:02 PM
I am pressing on with Ayda and excited to see what it does for me.
01-13-2011, 05:16 PM
I am having fun with it... foot baths, drinking it, eye baths... but I have noticed that like MMS there are detox symptoms for me... lots of emotional releasing.
I am not relying on it to heal me of anything and I don't sell it or get any kickbacks of any kind, but it is having some interesting effects for me. I won't be buying much more of it until I can get through the detox effects I experience.
01-13-2011, 05:33 PM
wow LN Dolls!! I had no idea it might detox me..hahahaha.
Hmmm I seem to be having some "stuff" and didnt know if it was from the Ayda or not.
01-13-2011, 05:38 PM
I have been trying adya to see if it helps with some of my unresolved mineral absorption issues... however, after doing more research, some concerns arfe popping up... I've emailed the company so hopefully they'll get back to me shortly. first... aren't all minerals ionic/ electrically charged? and if so, does adya clarity have a positive or negative charge? Negatively charged minerals apparently absorb better versus positive, (positive would be alike/like situation in the body and repels like a magnet if that makes sense) Also, since the minerals come from black mica, this would mean they are in an inorganic form. Aren't inorganic minerals less easily absorbed, as well as having the potential to build up and accumulate in body tissues to dangerous/toxic levels? I am just worried about this, as this doesn't happen with organic minerals, and adya has trace aluminium and silver, etc, things which are dangerous to build up over time. It is marketed as reducing the buildup of dangerous minerals/ metals, but at the same time contains inorganic metals/minerals, so I guess this is where I am a bit confused, I would like it if they would give a thorough scientific breakdown explaining how the acids in the mix change the inorganic minerals into non dangerous ones, but i doubt that is the type of answer I'm going to get lol. The last thing I want to do is to make myself even more toxic
01-13-2011, 05:52 PM
When you hear back please let us know what they say...
01-14-2011, 04:20 PM
okay, the email I got back stated the minerals are inorganic, therefore, making them equal to any other mineral supplement on the market, however, they didn't really answer any of my questions in detail, so still not 100% sure.
here is a copy of the email:
I'm currently drinking adya clarity water, but have some questions/
concerns. firstly, aren't all minerals ionic/ electrically charged? and if
so, does adya clarity have a positive or negative charge? Also, since the
minerals come from black mica, this would mean they are inorganic. Aren't
inorganic minerals less easily absorbed, as well as having the potential to
build up and accumulate in body tissues to dangerous/toxic levels? I am
just worried about this, as this doesn't happen with organic minerals, and
adya has trace aluminium and silver, etc, things which are dangerous to
build up over time. Also, I am not noticing any agglunation in my water,
(tap) even after adding a whole teaspoon into an 8oz glass of tap water...
am I doing something wrong? oh, one more question, is their any citric
acid in adya clarity?
Thanks in advance for taking the time to address my many questions/concerns
Yes they are Positive charged. Yes inorganic. They are in Ionic form which
makes them more easily absorbed. Colloidal form tends to build up in the
body. If you add Clarity to your water and drink right away you will not see
any fall out (agglunation). Take a pitcher of water, add Clarity, cover and
let it sit over night and see what happens. This also depends of quality
of your water source.
Fall out-What you are seeing are dissolved solids, contaminants that are
squeezed out of the water when it re clusters. It is in inert form. Even if
you drank it would pass out through bodily functions. So you can pour off
the top as some do or filter it. We offer a inexpensive water filter. I will
send a product info and water unit insert.
soo........ don't know what to make of this really... if this is accurate, it would indeed not be not readily absorbable, as well as having the potential to build up in tissue, the exact opposite of what it claims to do. for the record though, it does make my water smell and taste less chlorine like and give me energy., when I pour off the good water at the top into a glass, and leave the sediment i the original glass, i detect a chemical odor in the glass with the sediment and not in the clear water. I will post next month and see if my blood test results have improved regarding my iron/mag/ zinc levels. if they have gotten worse, then it will be apparent that the minerals in adya clarity are not absorbent as they claim,as I've been using this in place of my other liquid minerals for the last 2 months. (those had little effect as well but maintained the low levels already present)
01-14-2011, 04:33 PM
oh, and in addition to the email I received an attachment for the adya water filter info, which has absolutely nothing to do with what I asked. My personal experience wants to say this is a good product, because that is what I feel in my gut/ brain from using this product myself, however, it is possible the support staff know little/ nothing about the science behind the product and have no clue why it works? or is it that it does nothing beyond the ordinary more cost effective mineral supplement, which they know, so circumvent any questions by providing a generic response to specific questions? When I asked them before why they gave me an automated message that did not answer my specific question at all (regarding mineral ppm to mg conversions per teaspoon dose) they responded 2 days later with " we cannot diagnose or treat any illness or disease" hmmm....
01-14-2011, 06:58 PM
For me, I am looking to see what positive results I will see with Ayda. I have been using it for almost a week.
01-15-2011, 03:51 PM
okay, I just did another experiment... call me guinea pig lol! last evening I filled 2 glass jugs with 2 liters of my tap water, and 1/2 tsp. adya. One I put the lid on, the other I left open... both were in the fridge. I just took them out 15 minutes ago, and they both have a small amount of sediment. the open jug of water has no discernible odor. The jug with the lid reeks like chlorine.. I mean, as much as a swimming pool. The weird thing is, the municipal water here that I get out of the tap is not treated with chlorine (lucky!) it is ozone and filter treated. Is it possible that adya is adding chlorine to the water? sorry if that sounds crazy lol.... obviously if it was, it would evaporate out of the open container, hence the no odor. any ideas?
01-15-2011, 05:01 PM
I have never dedected a chlorine smell at all.
I too am getting results back from blood work and am curious if Adya is helping with iron absorbtion.
I will let you all know.
01-15-2011, 05:20 PM
thanks Terry! I hope they've improved :)
01-15-2011, 08:34 PM
I feel like I am in major detox and only thing I changed was taking Ayda. M cool with it though.
01-27-2011, 08:19 PM
Does the adya clarity help draw out alot of toxins into the bowels and out even if you have a problem detoxing like constipation(blocked path ways)?
01-30-2011, 05:44 PM
any one have anything to say?
01-31-2011, 03:23 PM
Hi there, I'm interested in trying an adya foot bath, how do I do it?
02-03-2011, 01:11 PM
For the adya foot bath. I use about 1 1/2 gallons of warm to hot water and 3 tsp of adya clarity and allow my feet to soak for an hour.
11-02-2011, 12:13 PM
This info was in an email I received today, thought some of you might be interested
I have no opinion on the product or on the persons who wrote the article(s), just thought this info might be of interest to some
11-21-2011, 09:59 AM
This is an article I found when I was looking it up. Sounded great and I wanted to Try it.:
(NaturalNews) NaturalNews can now report that Adya, Inc. has been caught not only misrepresenting the composition of its product on its own label, but has now been caught committing marketing fraud that violates its terms of licensing with Health Canada. Health Canada is already investigating the issue.
In response to NaturalNews articles questioning the safety of Adya Clarity, the president of Adya, Inc., Matt Bakos, touted his product's "NPN number" from Health Canada as proof that the product has been approved as safe for internal consumption.
NaturalNews investigated this claim.
We found license #80024735, listed on the Health Canada NPN search that you can see for yourself right here:
Or you can search the license number yourself at:
As you can see from this page, Adya Clarity was licensed by Health Canada as an iron supplement. It was not submitted as, nor licensed as, a product to treat arthritis, kidney stones, cancer, heavy metals detoxification, calcification and all the other diseases that Adya has been marketed to treat by Matt Bakos, the founder of Adya, Inc., as well as top Adya distributors.
In fact, Adya Clarity is imported as battery acid as is proven by the shipping manifest here:
In the "Non-Medicinal Ingredients" section of the NPN product registration, four ingredients are listed:
Do you see what's missing from this list? Aluminum sulfate, which is present in Adya Clarity at 1,090 PPM based on the MSDS provided to us by Adya.
In other words, aluminum sulfate is present in a HIGHER concentration than magnesium sulfate (which is only present in 400 PPM), yet aluminum sulfate was apparently not listed as a non-medicinal ingredient in the application for license submitted to Health Canada.
In other words, Adya, Inc. deceived Health Canada in order to acquire an NPN license by withholding extremely important information from Health Canada about the actual product composition, safety, and its intended use.
If all this seems familiar, it's because the concentration of aluminum sulfate is also not listed on the Adya Clarity label -- a fact we made clear in several previous articles. See the picture of the misleading Adya Clarity ingredients label yourself at:
Furthermore, the high concentration of aluminum sulfate in the product makes it an immediate and urgent danger to fetal brain development and the health of expectant mothers.
"If the concentration of reported aluminum sulfate in this product is accurate, then yes this is very dangerous to a pregnant mom and the fetal brain," published author and researcher Dr. Roy Dittman told NaturalNews. "Whatever the exposure is for an adult brain, it can be a thousand times worse for the fetal brain."
A full interview with Dr. Dittman will be published here on NaturalNews later tonight or tomorrow.
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/034022_Adya_Clarity_Health_Canada.html#ixzz1eM8ijg 9N
12-01-2011, 08:02 AM
I took Ayda Clarity. I saw my health deteriorate and didnt know why until I saw this info about the aluminum. My exact symptoms are same as aluminum toxicity. ALuminum has been shown to be causitive in alzheimers. I saw drastic changes in my thinking, memory, speech, almost as if I had a stroke.
I now know it HAS to be the Ayda because I only ate fruits and veggies and nothing else except the ayda. I didnt take alot compared to some but my body is very sensitive to toxicity. Thankfully I will be getting a refund but it will not cover what I lost in the way
12-01-2011, 08:30 AM
oh my gosh that's awful gratefulbe; I hope you are better now
12-01-2011, 08:36 AM
Thank you rawgirl....no, it will be a long road to detox this out of my body and gain my brain clarity back.
I have ideas on how and will implement.
Here they are:
If there is anything else anyone can suggest, I would gratefulbe!
12-01-2011, 08:38 AM
It is scary because the site is still selling the water "filters" with the suggestion of adding the Ayda. How can that be after the recall and video apology and all??? hmmmm
12-01-2011, 08:46 AM
If there is anything else anyone can suggest, I would gratefulbe!
What about diatomaceous earth?
12-01-2011, 08:58 AM
I wont take another product that isnt raw fruit or veggie...I have learned a hard lesson.
I have been told the DE is very dangerous for animals, not to mention humans!
Back to the drawing board...thankx tho!
12-01-2011, 09:01 AM
[QUOTE=gratefulbe;678523]I wont take another product that isnt raw fruit or veggie...I have learned a hard lesson.
Very understandable :-)
Out of respect to RFT, I won't state my sentiments about this stuff, or about the individual responsible for marketing it to the public as a 'health product', and I won't link directly, but if anyone wants to know more about the 'Adya Clairty' product, I recommend you take the time to search 'Adya' on OneRadioNetwork.com, as there is a good article there which deserves to be widely read.
Take care, all.
03-04-2012, 12:31 AM
Eye opening. Thanks Arky...
03-05-2012, 12:37 PM
I have posted on here about Adya and my experience with it. I know with out a doubt it gave me very positive effects for about 3 months. Then it did nothing. I no longer take it and am concerned that I so blindly took something just by the enthusiastic sell of the people promoting it. But it did do something, I know it was not just a placebo effect!
03-08-2012, 11:48 AM
I bought Adya Clarity through a US company and was contacted and offered a full refund. I paid postage to send the empty bottle from the UK to their HQ in the US, and they emailed me a confirmation that they had received the application for a refund within the deadline of end of Nov. Then in early Dec they emailed me to say I had missed the deadline and offered me a store credit for less than half of what I paid for the bottle of Adya Clarity, saying that it would take 5-8 months to process the refund otherwise. I didn't really know how to answer that so I just left it for two months, but this thread has reminded me of the whole thing and I have now emailed them a copy of their own email confirming I applied within the deadline and asked them to honour the promise of a full refund. We will see what happens...
Another company I bought Adya Clarity from (here in the UK) didn't contact me at all about the whole controversy. When I emailed them and asked them if they would also offer refunds, they sent a long email asking me to be patient and wait for test results. They also said they would keep me informed. I haven't heard another word from them... They also sold the "Adya Clarity Water Filtration System" which actually turned out to be a gravity-fed water filter labelled "Korea" (not Adya Clarity like in the picture they used in their marketing). I felt very upset about this for a long time, but the water filter is actually very good, so in the end I decided to just let it go (which I guess I haven't quite accomplished, seeing that I'm writing about it here, lol!). I've had no information from them as to how to buy new cartridges when the current one needs replacing, but I believe the company I bought the Adya Clarity from in the US also sells this filter, so hopefully I can get cartridges through them.
So far I've had no refunds and I've still got a full, big bottle of Adya in the cabinet that I daren't use... Several of these companies have claimed that the owners or "front figures" still believe in Adya and take it every day, but I've had no updates as to their experiences with it. I was wondering if anyone here on this forum still takes it and still believe it is a good product? I have to admit that my instinct is still that it is a good way of filtering water and I noticed no harmful effects while taking it. I read the article Arky alluded to, but I've also read others that have reached beneficial conclusions, so for now the bottle is just sitting there... I would be very interested to hear if anyone here is still taking Adya Clarity regularly (or even irregularly)!
Apologies for the long and somewhat rambling post, I look forward to hearing about other people's experiences both with taking Adya and trying to get the refund! :)
03-08-2012, 12:57 PM
I just contacted the UK company again and they replied saying
there have been updates on Adya Clarity and as we believed there's nothing wrong with it
please see here: http://www.rawliving.eu/blog/2012/01/adya-clarity-update/
and here: http://longevitywarehouse.blogspot.com/2012/02/researching-adya-clarity-by-david-wolfe_08.html
there are new tests on the adya inc site as well as fresh product approvals by Health Canada: http://www.adyawater.com/adyaclaritynews.htm
(I hope it's ok to post this links!)
I am not sure what to do now - I still don't feel 100% confident about using it, so I might try insisting on a refund as they did initially offer one.... Then again, I do miss my Adya Clarity baths... ;) I guess I will sleep on it! :)
03-08-2012, 01:14 PM
I had the same experience with refund. Sent back 2 bottles and recieved the exact same reply you did.
Needless to say I no longer purcahse products from this person any more.
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