|Water, the fluid of life, is made of two atoms of hydrogen, joined with a single atom of oxygen (H2O).
Pure water (H2O) is a rare substance. In nature, rain water is the best form of pure water.
Before water falls to the earth, rain water becomes contaminated with gases such as sulfur dioxide, particles of dust, viruses and bacteria. On the other hand, ground water is subject to come into contact with and absorbs undesirable inorganic minerals such as iron, manganese hydrogen sulfide gas, as well as inorganic chemicals such as lead, sodium, mercury, copper, arsenic, nitrites, bromates and other chemicals.
The earth is over 70% water. Yet, less than 1% is available for human consumption.
Our bodies are approximately 70% water which is used in breathing, digestion, elimination, glandular activities, heat dissipation and secretion. Water supports every function of our body, it transforms the food we eat into blood, bone and muscle. It regulates our temperature and acts as a cleansing agent for the body. It reaches into every cell to absorb and carry away toxins and impurities.