Government funding for, home of Acilis by Spritzer silica-rich water

Government funding for, home of Acilis, the home of Acilis by Spritzer silica-rich rainforest water, has been awarded Government funding to promote the message about the water’s proven powers for good health and well-being.

The  Internet based company based in Sandbach, Cheshire, was launched as a not-for-profit social enterprise project earlier this year, and has won funds allocated to back new start-ups that show initiative and viability.

It’s founder, Rex Garratt, said: “Acilis silica-water has been proven in scientific research at Keele University to be the way to remove aluminium from the body that is neurotoxic, and could save the country millions of pounds in the care needed to support the growing number of people impacted by neurological conditions.

“We are making sure this water is affordable by families who need it by making it available directly on line to reduce cost.”

Government start-up fund manager John Cannon said: “The evidence and research behind Acilis is compelling and were able to make sure that Rex had the funds he needed to act quickly to bring this potentially game-changing product to the UK market.”

View research at Keele University led by Professor Chris Exley, a world authority on silica and it connection with aluminium, on