Buyers Guide – Drinking Water

Why purify the tapwater?

Water cleanses your body for waste products

Please read the following very carefully. It is very important.

The cleaner the water, the better the cleansing through the kidneys!

The cleaner the water, the more water dissolves with other substances, ie. the water absorbs harmful toxins and other wastes better. This function is very important for us humans. The average danish tap water is NOT particularly suitable for this purpose. The purity of the water can be measured. The water in Denmark is 150-500 ppm, lowest where it is soft. I have measured 350ppm at several places in Copenhagen. Filtered water is 10-20ppm, look further down the page.

Certain countries' authorities tolerate up to 500 ppm. 500-1000 ppm is dangerous. 1,000 ppm is the limit of WHO. Some years ago WHO raised the limit from 500 to 1,000ppm. Why did WHO do that? The Global Elite (who owns half the planet) decides what the authorities do and say.

Our groundwater is polluted by all the toxins that are sprayed on the fields. In Denmark the politicians have recently 2017 allowed much more pesticides in the water?

There is probably a reason, why millions of americans have a water filter (reverse osmosis) in the kitchen.

There are many different methods for purifying water. The Egyptians were the first to discover that coal can absorb certain substances. You may know Brita, Dafi, or similar filter pitchers. Coal removes, among others, anthropogenic hydrocarbons (eg. pesticides, odor and taste substances and chlorine).


Many US states have banned people from collecting rainwater,
because the states are trying to make people believe that they own the rainwater - link

 

You can purify your water

It's easier and far cheaper than buying water. It works according to a principle called reverse osmosis.

Advantages of reverse osmosis

  • Less toxins in your drinking water
  • Avoid calcification, kidney stones and gallstones. You're drinking approx. 180kg stone your entire life.
  • With a water filter you can make cleaner water than 'spring water', even much cheaper.
  • The water tastes better.
  • Tee and coffee taste better.
  • Osmosis water contains approx. 5% lime in relation to tap water.
  • I have significantly less tartar after drinking osmosis water for over a year.
  • Windows are easier to clean. My car windows are only washed with osmosis water as long as there is no frost.
  • Aquarists use reverse osmosis water for their aquariums - otherwise some of the fish die !

How pure is your water?

You can measure the electric conductivity in water with a meter. This meter measures particles in the water, that are NOT water - in the unit Parts Per Million, which corresponds to mg/L. Tapwater in the capitol of Denmark, Copenhagen, averages to 350 ppm.

Purified with my water filter it's down at 10 ppm. You do not have to be a professor of microbiology to understand this number.

No need to BUY water ?

Billions of plastic bottles are sold: fraud !

There are many different methods for cleaning water. Already the Egyptians found that coal could absorb certain substances. Coal removes, among other things, Man-made hydrocarbon compounds (eg sprayers, odors and flavors and chlorine).

If you want to be good to your body and add less harmful substances, then you'll drink reverse osmosis water, which is much cleaner than normal tap water. If you have heard rumors that it is harmful to drink reverse osmosis water, read dangerous to drink RO Water

Reverse Osmosis

If you really want to purify your water, then everyone has agreed since 1950, that reverse osmosis is the best and cheapest long term solution. In North America, 7 million households have a reverse osmosis system, because the water in most states taste like s...

US authorities allow the water companies to add both chlorine and fluorine. Chlorine is unfortunately also used in Denmark. A carbon filter removes chlorine, which would kill a reverse osmosis membrane.

IMPORTANT

The major drawback of reverse osmosis is that the water pressure drops drastically and there is a certain amount of waste water. In addition, the water pressure is important for how well the system works.

Water Tank

Most reverse osmosis plants for drinking water store the water in a water tank (which takes up space), and then you tap the water from the tank. You can now get an osmosis plant without a tank where the pure water comes directly out of the tap.

Reverse osmosis plant in the shop

I have many different plants, so the best you can do is view them all in the shop.

purified-healthy-water.comContact • last update: 29 May 2017