Enagic Review: Working as a Distributor for Enagic – is it Scam?

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Enagic was founded over four decades ago in Japan and has now spread worldwide.

Enagic is clearly a Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) company. It offers various water treatment systems at various price points and encourages you to sign up as a distributor and set your own team up. To do this you need to invest in a filter for demonstration purposes which costs around $4,000 and encourage your sales team to do the same.


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Unlike some other people, I don’t believe that the MLM system is automatically a bad thing. There are plenty of honorable companies that supply good quality products at reasonable prices. The question to consider is, is Enagic one of them, and is the business opportunity offered as good as they claim?

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Enagic Review – is it a Scam?

Enagic DistributorsBased on many Enagic Reviews online, the overwhelming opinion is negative. There are doubts about the effectiveness of the product and business practices of the company themselves. It would be reasonable to think – is it a scam?

I believe it is best if you make your own mind up about this. I will study both the product and business further and give you as much input as I can. My initial thoughts are that there is some reason for concern. There seem to be various complaints online and I know from personal research that the whole concept of “alkaline water” is questionable in many ways. However, Enagic is established worldwide including all over Europe, Asia, and the USA, so they do deserve further study.

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I will investigate the real worth of the product and the business opportunity presented and give my thoughts in the conclusion.


A Review of the Pros and Cons of Enagic

In order to get a clearer understanding of both the product and opportunity offered by Enagic, I would like to look at the positives and negatives associated with it. Let’s start with the pros.



  • If you have a talent for sales, there is a great opportunity to make some impressive sales through the range of water purifiers they offer. Commissions are good and with some hard work and a bit of talent and determination, a decent income is achievable.
  • The upscale pricing of the product means higher commissions and a big challenge. This is certainly attractive, and if you have the knack for selling that this product requires, you could do well financially.
  • Enagic is represented in 23 countries worldwide which indicated they have achieved a certain level of acceptance and formed successful businesses.

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We have seen the positives, so for the sake of balance, let’s have a look at the cons.



  • The money-making idea behind Enagic is flawed. The idea is to recruit 34 members for your sales team to enable all to make good commissions. The issue here is are you confident that you can find 34 people who will invest $4,000+ in a water filtration kit, and in turn be able to find another 34 people for their own team? It is not completely impossible, I guess, but I do start hearing the theme tune to Tom Cruise’s most popular movie franchise whenever I think about it! Without that level of recruitment, you will end up being disappointed with your income.
  • The whole concept of ionized water is doubtful. I was interested in this several years ago and even asked the opinions of several chemist friends. All unanimously agreed that it was nonsense and that pure water can never be alkaline or acidic and can’t be made so by electrolysis. I am convinced the whole alkaline water industry is made up and not based in reality. It is a pretty amazing achievement to get 100’s of people paying large sums of money for something which has no provable effect at all.
  • Kangen water (the original supplier of the filtration machines) has been discredited both for the over the top claims of effectiveness and for their business practices. Any cursory search online will see many people who complain they have been ripped off by various different businesses using this product. Enagic themselves have been sued for shady business practices.
  • If for some reason, you believe the body will achieve great health benefits through adjusting the pH level, the same effect can be achieved with simple baking soda which is available for a few cents per pack. This is a lot cheaper than $4,000 – so why buy the machine?
  • Under normal circumstances the human body is capable of adjusting the pH to the proper level – it is called homeostasis. Many doctors believe these machines can actually cause hydroxyl ions which are harmful free radicals and can lead to cancer and arthritis. It seems to me that the whole thing is based on junk science.

On balance, I have to say that the cons seem to be winning here. There are a lot of negatives for the Enagic to overcome, both with its product and MLM business.

Please keep reading… I am ready to give my final verdict…



There are people online who are almost evangelical about this product, so I was curious to learn more…

The fact is that Enagic lacks credible evidence that their product does any good for your health at all. It may be appealing to sell a high-end product in order to gain some high commissions, and that is certainly possible with Enagic, but there must be a better choice of product with more credibility.

I was also concerned that they used unsavory business practices and that so few people actually seem to succeed when they set up this business (online estimates are that between 95 to 98% of people fail when they try an Enagic business).


What’s the real story?

Think carefully before using one of these machines, let alone investing thousands of dollars in one.

Investing in a business which is based on unproven science is a terrible idea. You will always be in the position of having to lie (or at least be deceptive) in order to get a sale.


Bottom line?

I cannot recommend Enagic in any way. Even with MLM, there are many excellent products available. There are definitely better businesses out there which will involve less investment and more ethical business practices.

Do not let yourself get talked into investing in Enagic, either as a health product or business opportunity!

Written by Randi

Randi aims to fight internet harassment on social media. She had great success at helping mitigate some of the challenges in dealing with targeted harassment from online mobs, and Randi left her long career in the tech industry to go full-time with this. Randi knows she can make bigger, better things.

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