ÕdeVie Seawater is pumped from the Alboran Sea, located at the entrance of the Mediterranean Sea. This area, geologically characterized by its tectonic tensions provoked by the African and European plates, is known for its permanent underwater volcanic activity. This activity releases a great quantity of mineral substances that then give very specific features to our Marine Plasma.

The second feature of the Alboran Sea is its strong currents (on the surface and in deep-sea), related to the Mediterranean – Atlantic Ocean junction. These currents, called ‘‘upwellings’’, hang minerals and promote mineral dissolution as well as their incorporation in the morphological structure of water. Furthermore, two gigantic circular movements ensure the revitalization of the water.

The result gives us a dynamized water that is filled with bio-available mineral substances (its mineral content is 12 to 15% higher than in ocean water).