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Posted by on May 21, 2013 in Self Care Tidbits | 0 comments

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Water is vital to good health, healing, restoration of lost function and even life as most people know or should know.

The human body cannot live without water for more than a few days typically, unless Living Temple Work has been pursued for decades.

Without access to clean water, life-threatening disease is impossible to avoid.

Purified water is a great way to get your daily healthy fix, if you don’t have access to rain water or a nature spring.

We need to avoid contaminated water, whether it’s tap water or bottled water.

Drinking contaminated water is the leading cause of disease right behind toxic medications and food-less foods and life-less chemical drinks.

Tap water can contain thousands of contaminants, hundreds of which are poisonous!

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) posts a daunting list of possible drinking water contaminants, ranging from various microorganisms, disinfectants, disinfectant byproducts, inorganic chemicals, organic chemicals and radionuclides as well as fake chemical “minerals”.

Bottled water is expensive and may not be as clean as tap water or filtered water.

Since bottled water is considered a food, it is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration — unlike municipally treated water that is regulated by the stricter EPA.

It is not always possible to trust that all bottled water is of the highest quality and free of contaminants.

The Natural Resources Defense Council studied bottled water extensively in 1999. The findings contrasted the image of purity advertised by bottled water companies. The studies found bottled water to actually be tap water as much as much of 40% the time.

Bottled water can leach chemicals from the bottle into the water, and then into your body when you drink it.

The chemicals in the plastic bottle also end up polluting the environment during manufacture and after the bottle is discarded.

The use of so much plastic is a drain on remaining petroleum sources — the non-renewable natural resource.

Boiled water is safe to drink but tastes flat and is inconvenient unless you put it into the sun for 30 minutes or longer, even a squeeze of lemon makes it awesome.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends adding oxygen back into the boiled water by pouring it back and forth between two containers, essentially aerating it. This came from the ancient wisdom of healers, they heard my lecture at M.I.T., Tested it and found it to be true.

Water purified with reverse osmosis can remove some contaminants, but other possible contaminants are small enough to pass through the semi-permeable membrane used in the process of reverse osmosis. The volatile organic chemicals and chlorine molecules are small. These molecules can pass through and remain in the drinking water after reverse osmosis and even most water filtering systems.

Distilled water removes much of the minerals, heavy metals, bacteria and viruses from drinking water.

In order to get the minerals back, put the distilled water into the sunlight for 15-30 minutes minimum and bingo you have ionized all the minerals back into the water, just like the sun and rain waters do.

Filtration companies bash rain water, reverse osmosis and distilled waters, because they’re cheap and they want to make money.

At the end of the day, any method of filtering and cleansing water, that gets you to drink more water is AWESOME and hence I am all for it.

I’d rather see people drink filthy contaminated tap water than most commercial drinks they sell.

So drink your water!

-Cowboy Don

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