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Steam Distilled Water is the optimum choice for optimum health, optimum wellness and optimum longevity!
Pure, clean, water is one of the most essential requirements your body needs, for optimum health. Next to the air you breathe, the water you drink, and its' purity, is a critically important "choice" in your daily life.
Your body is comprised of about 70% water. You hear it all the time, you need to drink at least 8 glasses of water every day. But do you really know what's in the water you're drinking? While many people choose bottled water thinking that they are making the healthiest choice, few people realize that unless their bottled water is "steam distilled water," that they may be making a very unwise, and unhealthy choice. Note: each person daily requirement of drinking water varies from person to person.
If you think about it, an "average" person drinking 8 glasses of water every day, drinks about 12,000 gallons over their lifetime! Shouldn't the water you drink be the cleanest, purest water available?
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Steam Distilled Water - the way nature intended!
Nature’s primary purification method in the hydrology cycle is "distillation" which includes both evaporation and condensation. nature's water cycle separates pure, fresh water from its contaminants during the hydrologic cycle. During this natural cycle, water evaporates up into the atmosphere becoming clouds and when the evaporated water becomes too heavy, it condenses "falling" back to the earth as precipitation or rain.
distillation combined with carbon filtration is the optimum water
"purification" technology that is superior to all others,
including water filters and reverse osmosis systems. Steam distillation
provides the most complete reduction of the widest range of contaminants
of all water purification technologies. Steam distillation removes
biological, inorganic and organic elements, including heavy metals,
chemicals and bacteria. Steam distillation systems typically
provide water that is 99% free of impurities, including heavy metals and most chemicals.
Steam distillation the optimum treatment for removing biological contaminants including
Giardia and Cryptosporidium.
Steam distillation "kills" all forms of microorganisms, including bacteria,
parasites, viruses and other harmful pathogens and microorganisms.
These harmful products/contaminants are NOT evaporated into the
steam distillation unit, but remain in the primary boiling container and
cleaned out after the steam distiller completes its cycle and cools
off. Our steam distillation systems also have an "activated carbon" post filtration
filter which provides the last step of the steam distillation process,
as well as a a venting system for removing pesticides and volatile organic
compounds - also known as VOCs. Steam distillation provides consistent
and optimum water purity.
Optimum Health, Optimum Wellness!
Few people remember most of their high school biology - so here's a reminder.... the water you drink is responsible for a wide variety of functions in your body after you drink it. This includes carrying nutrients such as oxygen to your body's cells. The water you drink cushions your joints and hydrates your skin. The water you drink helps convert food into energy. The water you drink removes toxins and wastes. The water you drink helps your body's natural healing process and optimizes your overall health! So it only stands to reason that if your drinking water is not as pure as it could be, your body will not function at an optimum level.
The problems with water filters
While water filters and water filtration systems may remove bad taste, odor, and some contaminants in your home's water, water filters will not remove; arsenic, bacteria, chemicals, chlorine, copper, lead, nitrates, parasites, sodium or viruses.
In fact, water filters can become a breeding ground for bacteria. This is due to the fact that after the organic materials are collected in the water filter, they immediately begin to decay and break down.
problem with water filters is knowing when to replace the filter. Some manufacturers suggest replacing
water filters too often, so they can sell more filter, or suggest changing the
water filters when bad tastes or odors return. The fact is, every community's
water supply is different from every other community's water supply, and water
filters are a poor choice for your drinking water when compared to "steam
The problems with Reverse Osmosis Systems
Reverse Osmosis (or "RO") water systems force water, under high pressure, through a filtration system containing a synthetic semi-permeable membrane for reducing inorganic minerals. Reverse osmosis systems use an inordinate amount of water, in fact, "wasting" a large amount of water. Some reverse osmosis water systems "waste" 7 gallons of water, to produce 1 gallon of purified water. Reverse osmosis systems vary widely in terms of quality and effectiveness, in their ability to reject contaminants. An RO's performance is affected by a number of external, uncontrolled factors, including; water pressure, water temperature, the pH of the water, bacteria, dissolved minerals, dissolved solids and the chemicals of the home's tap water. RO systems are also subject to other water filtration devices, including clogging/build-up of the RO system by the contaminants, which may also lead to bacterial growth.
Why Steam Distilled Water is the Natural Choice for Optimum Health!
Again, this bears repeating....... a home steam distillation unit mimics mother nature’s hydrology cycle. The hydrology cycle's primary purification method uses distillation (called evaporation) and condensation to separate pure, fresh water from its contaminants. The hydrologic cycle begins when Earth's water evaporates, condenses, then falls to the ground as precipitation, or rain. Steam distillation, combined with carbon filtration, is the one water treatment technology that most completely reduces the widest range of contaminants, including biological, organic and inorganic elements.
What is Reverse Osmosis Desalination?
Osmosis Desalination (RO and ROD) also known as seawater reverse
osmosis (SWRO) is a process that removes large
molecules and ions - typically from seawater or ocean water, by the application
of pressure to the sea water (or ocean water) when it is on one side of a
selective "membrane" or filter. The end result is that the large
molecules, ions and pollutants are retained on the pressurized side of the
membrane and the purified sea water or ocean water is allowed to pass to the
other side - normally to the community's citizens.
Reverse Osmosis Desalination is primarily used in a city or community's water supply by desalinating; sea water, ocean water, or the water from lakes, underground aquifers or recharge wells. The water is desalinated by reverse osmosis by removing the large molecules, ions, salts and other contaminants from the water molecules.
The Reverse Osmosis Desalination process is very similar to "membrane filtration" except that there are significant differences between Reverse Osmosis Desalination and membrane filtration. The primary removal mechanism in membrane filtration is straining, or "size exclusion" which can - in theory - achieve perfect exclusion of the particles (pollutants) regardless of operational parameters such as influent pressure and concentration. Reverse Osmosis Desalination involves a diffusive mechanism so that separation efficiency is dependent on the solute concentration, pressure and water flux rate.
In a city or community's Reverse Osmosis Desalination plant, the sea water (or water from other sources) first enters the membrane filters or cartridge filters which removes the pollutants and particulate matter. From there, the water is pressurized to approximately 1,000 pounds per square inch. The high pressure forces some of the water in through the reverse osmosis membranes and is commonly referred to as desalinated or RO water - or simply "product" - is sent to the city or community's water mains and water towers for use by the community. The remainder of the water is rejected as brine and normally disposed in an underground injection well.
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