this is what i found on some nutrition website:
The good: This food is very low in Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Vitamin C, Riboflavin and Calcium, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Magnesium, Potassium and Manganese.
The bad: This food is very high in Sodium, and a large portion of the calories in this food come from sugars
i can't find a single thing about feeding it to plants, but it does have calcium, magnesium, potassium and manganese and a lot of sugar but is also high in sodium. i personally would not bother because there is no info about how much of these ingredients are in the stuff and i would imagine you mean feeding as a supplement and not as a primary food source. sounds expensive also. if there were a way to get a general analysis of what all is in there then maybe you could try to incorporate it. i would like to think that it would have a positive effect since it is so good for people and does have things that are good for mj. but people are not plants. interesting idea though. i wonder how it would be as a foliar spray early in flower. i could be wrong on this but i think i remember learning that the nutrients in coconut water are in the most basic usable form, and the stuff is sterile right out of the nut. i have also learned that the ph is identical to people ph and it's so pure it can be administered introvenously for dehydration in people. it's like some kind of miracle elixer lol. sorry i don't know what it will do to mj though.