OdeVie seawater is driven into the Alboran Sea, located at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea. This area, geologically characterized by tectonic tensions linked to the meeting of African and European plates, is known for its permanent underwater volcanic activity. This activity releases large quantities of mineral substances and gives this marine plasma specific properties.
The second characteristic of the Alboran Sea is the presence of strong marine currents (at surface and depth), linked to the Mediterranean-Atlantic Ocean junction. These currents, called upwelling, resuspend minerals and promote the dissolution and incorporation of minerals into the morphological structure of the water.
The result is a dynamic water particularly rich in bioavailable mineral substances (12 to 15% more mineral substances than oceanic waters).