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The Manzo Boys Want to Cure What Ails You

The boys' blk beverage doubles as a holistic remedy.

Blackpot! When Albie and Chris Manzo signed on to market black water, they say they got a beverage that does more than just spark curiosity and raise eyebrows. "We started drinking the water every day and I felt completely different, physically. I was sold," Albie tells the Montville Patch. The beverage, called blk., was first created by a family in Canada after their mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. She wasn't responding as they'd hoped to radiation and chemotherapy, so the family turned down the holistic path. They mixed fulvic acid, a nutrient-filled compound, with spring water, and it turned the beverage black.

Four years later, the woman is alive and doing well. "They were the nicest people I've ever met," Albie continues telling Patch. The $2.49 no carb, calorie, or caffeine drink is "blowing off the shelves across the country. We literally couldn't believe that people grasped on to it as quickly as they did."

Want more info? "Google fulvic acid to learn more about what's inside @blkbeverages," Albie encouraged via Twitter.

So, would you drink blk? Start a Tweet Battle, and make your case.

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