How To Use A Water Distiller

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This is a dedicated space for all tea lovers but with a health twist.  I mainly focus on the health aspect of drinking herbal tea.

But in drinking these amazing tea we need to think about the water that we are using to make it.

I am going to show you how easy it is to use a water distiller.

Drinking water


Making Distilled Water You Can Enjoy at Home

Today you can go into many stores and get a bottle of water for around a £1 and the water you will get would probably say spring water, mineral water and it may well be that. But many bottled waters are labelled pure water but the reality is that this is misleading.

You may be buying spring water or it could be purified water which uses a process call reverse osmosis or it may be just filtered tap water.

Another side to bottled water is that it is bad for the environment.

What is Steam-Distilled Water?

Many people do not realise that they can enjoy steam-distilled water in the comfort of their own home.

Steam distilling is a process where the water is boiled within an enclosed container in order that it can capture the steam and condense it back in the connected container.

Once all the water has been boiled away all that is left is all the toxins, heavy metals and chemicals that you would have drank without this process.

The water that will fill the second container is now pure distilled water that is virtually 100% H20. This water contains zero harmful ingredients and chemicals.

This is a really easy process that you can do at home and depending on the water distiller that you chose, you can have 4 litres of fresh, clean, pure water in approximately 4 hours.

So Why Drink Distilled Water?

Drinking distilled water is a brilliant way to get started on a healthier life.  If you have a family health issue history or you just want to look after your health, drinking distilled water is a really positive way to get started or to continue.

Unfortunately our drinking water supply is filled with toxins and chemicals like fluoride, chlorine, aluminium sulphate and much more.

There are a number of studies that lead drinking tap water to many health issues such as, thyroid dysfunction, male infertility, dental fluorosis, skeletal fluorosis, onset of Alzheimer’s disease, skin disorders and even lower IQ , learning disabilities and this is just to name a few.

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Advantage of having a Water Distiller at Home

Along with saving money of buying bottled water, because of not having to buy bottled water and saving money, you will also be saving the environment.

I know that it saves me having to make special trips just to buy bottled water and having to carry quantities home.

How To Use A Water Distiller

Please take a look at the video below which will show you how to use a water distiller.

How to Make Distilled Water Easy: Distill Water at Home

The water distiller in this video can be found RIGHT HERE.

Make water pure

Other distilled water models HERE.

My Thoughts on Distilled Water

I first got introduced to distilled water when I went to a friend’s tea party.

This was also my first experience with brown rice tea. I remember asking her how comes the tea was so clear in appearance and she pointed to this machine looking thing on her counter top.  I asked her what it was and she smiled and said “it is my water distiller”.  She then continued to tell me how it makes all her drinking water beautiful to drink and in appearance.

I have put together the best counter top water distllers RIGHT HERE.

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