You wrote in your previous message: "Distilled water is only safe if it is balanced with electrolytes (primarily Potassium (K) and Sodium (NA)).
One teaspoon of Sea Salt , or even table salt , per pint of solution will generally suffice."
This statement implies that teaspoon of salt per pint of distilled water, balance the water with electrolytes (primarily Potassium (K) and Sodium (NA)). My point is that table salt or Sea Salt does not provide very much, if any, potassium. However it will make the water isotonic. No question there.