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Re: Why distilled water?
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Re: Why distilled water?

One must investigate what minerals one is trying to get from drinking water. As such tap water contains toxic chemicals, which you dont want to consume. Perhaps you DO need some minerals which are in the tap water. Now, can you add these to distilled water, so that you only get what you want and need and not the other junk? May be adding a touch of real salt would do it?
The other question then is, if you dont add the requisite mineral in the distilled water and drink it, then does this water then leach minerals out of your body? Hard to say - one would need to analyse urine to find out?
If water in natural springs not polluted by man were the water meant for us to drink, then wouldnt that be just rain water plus some minerals in rocks? Wouldnt that then mean that distilled water + rock salt = perfect water? Because if there were no pollution, then rain water would be just distilled water, isnt it? Also, the water in the clouds must undergo some transformation due to the lightning, UV from Sun, etc other phenomena which happen in the atmosphere. Can we obtain the same by exposing distilled water plus rock salt to Sun light?
After thinking about all this, it seems logical that distilled water + real salt +sunlight = Perfect WATER.
Try tasting water left out in the Sun for a whole day - it does seem different than before the solar exposure.
And if you listen to Dr Emoto, then you would also label the water container as LOVE or PEACE or something else that is nice!!

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