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YOU CAN BUY A DISTILLER HERE Water distillation facts Water distillation is known to remove the broadest range of contaminants over any other water treatment system Water distillation is the most effective method for the removal of organic, inorganic and biological (bacteria, viruses, etc.) contaminants Distilled water is CLOSEST to that of definition of PURE DRINKING WATER H20 Perfectly natural water being odourless, colourless and tasteless it is the only natural solvent that can be taken into the body without damage to the tissues It can act as a solvent in the body by dissolving nutrients so they can be assimilated and taken into every cell. Toxins in the body can be removed as it dissolves the cell wastes Helps to dissolve inorganic minerals lodged in the tissues of the body eliminating substances while purifying the body. Unlike tap water leaves no residue when entering the body nor does it leach out organic body minerals Distilled water is the most ideal water for all humans and animals An ideal liquid for efficient functioning of the lungs, liver and all other vital organs. Due to its purity, drug prescriptions are formulated with distilled water. What distilled water treats Water distillation is an effective process for producing highly treated drinking water and can significantly reduce levels of sediment, metals, and biological contaminants unable to travel out of the boiling. This can include: Arsenic Asbestos Atracine (Herbicide/pesticides) Benzene Biological contaminants (bacteria, viruses, and water-borne cysts like cryptosporidium) Fluoride Lead Mercury Nitrate Trichloroethylene (TCE) Trihalomethanes Radium Radon Also water distillation system with carbon filtration is also effective for treating aesthetic (taste and odour) drinking water contaminants like chlorine or iron bacteria, which lead to unpleasant tastes. Mother nature's 'Hydrologic Cycle' Remember, distillation is as old as mother nature’s ‘Hydrologic Cycle’. This natural distillation method involves the sun heating the water on the earth's surface. The water is then turned into a vapour and rises while leaving contaminants behind before forming clouds. As the upper atmosphere drops in temperature the vapours cool and convert back to water to form droplets of water. When these water droplets drop to the earth's surface, as snow or rain (precipitation), the cycle repeats again. When did we start understanding and using distillation? Greek sailors used a form of distillation as they were known to hang sponges over pots of boiling sea (salt) water. The sailors would then squeeze out the collected water from the sponges. They found that the water squeezed out from the sponges contained no salt and was drinkable. Even today, US Navy uses distilled water derived from sea water for drinking water on-board ships. To replicate Nature's "Hydrologic Cycle" method of producing pure water Water Distillers today are simply a man-made form of this cycle and used to remove many different kinds of contaminants including biological contaminants such as bacteria and viruses. Subscribe for more of my Travels & Weekly Giveaways SOCIAL MEDIA Business enquiries CAMERA USED SONY PJ530 royalty free music by


  1. wow u talk funny lol
  2. nice to hear an English voice...great video..😊😊😊😊
  3. I've use this for years. Please let me give you tips for a more efficient experience. 1st things 1st. Lose that stupid carbon filter holding manifold and throw it in the trash. The only reason for it is mental and the company wants you to purchase their expensive yet worthless replacement filter bags.
    2nd, remove the metal cap on the water catcher, which makes the target much wider decreasing the chance of having water accident. Also, drill a small hole at the highest point on the water catcher so that when you go to pour it, it doesn't chug-o-lug.
     3rd, there are other chemicals, or elements that are in water that have a lower boiling point and will distill back into the water supply. However, those chemicals are easily removed by a good source of carbon which is not in those stupid bags.
    4. Get yourself a much more efficient Brita style carafe that you can put in the fridge. Because the water is distill, most of the filter damaging elements are gone so a Brita filter will last a year. Plus, the Brita's carbon matrix is 100X better at removing anything left over that those little carbon bags can't remove.
  4. Great video thanks.
  5. Thank you!!!
  6. how much electricity does this thing use?
  7. where can I buy the water distiller
  8. just a tip for everyone remove the carbon filter and discard the first 50 ml instead of allowing the water to flow through the carbon filter. we don't know who makes the carbon "filters" but they're not necessary and the volatiles ALWAYS BOIL FIRST, therefore just throw away the first 50 ml and you're good to go
    hands up if you thought of this...
    replies welcome.
  9. That crap in there is not from your tap it's from the plastic cover of the distiller
  10. next time use another glass jug to put the tap water in the distiller.
  11. Because distilled water has a negative charge. The government has a eugenics program that wants to kill our population. That's why they add fluoride and all the crap to the tap water that you drink. Water is life and drinking pure water is what the new world order don't want you to know about. You pay your water taxes for poison water!! Let's demand for pure water from our water companies. They should all provide us with a water distiller and the electric to run it and deduct it from our water bill. The one way you can improve your heath is drinking pure water!! There is a lot of miss info out there!! Drink pure water my friend!!
  12. is poly carbonate jug EPA Free?
  13. I have the same one for the USA. This distiller will likely last you about 2 years and then it will rust out at the heating coil.
    BTW: you don't want plastic no matter what! Glass is the ONLY way to go.
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  15. Are there any branch to buy this device in Saudi Arabia?
  16. How long time does it take to distillate a 1 L?
  17. Can Americans buy those too? Looking for an inexpensive option.
  18. I am getting one of those as well tap water does not taste good and also smells like a swimming pool x