I have used a bottle and am now trying it on soil. It was sent to me by a vendor, so I can't advise you whether or not to invest in it.
I am using a potting ix this time and am quite pleased with their progress in 3 weeks
So you have one person who "read" about it and opined with only that knowledge and someone who is actually using it.
Who ya gonna call?
While it is more alkaline, it levels out, the emphasis is more on the electrochemically treated cathode water. If you are familiar with bioacoustics you may have read the studies being done on how plants communicate. (root clicks)
The emphasis with this water is on the function of aquaporins and regulating permeation of water across biological membranes via ORP-
or how root hydraulic conductivity, stomatal conductance and transpirational flux are improved when ORP is controlled
ORP = Oxidation reduction potential (Undiluted minimum value = 300 millivolts as measured by an ORP meter)
Yes, this is a little advanced. Don't worry, I'm a doctor.
If you must think inside the box, it's probably not for you...
I wasn't discrediting, but you seem to need to be right and awfully proud of what you feel you have done- while depicting a sense of superiority, all of which was not unexpected. Welcome to the world of internet bravado.
I still maintain my first point, I can not advise one to buy any thing, as what works for one may be different for another.
Check your ego at the door. When you're my age things like that are less important. If you want to learn, you might look up what I said, instead of asking for links while whining about me [allegedly] bashing you.
Only the "first sentence" referenced your opinion.