Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Non-Electric Water Distiller

So it seems right now that all the rage in purifying water is the non-electric water distiller. It took me a little while to realize why the non-electric distiller was getting so popular, but now it makes sense. Have you ever heard about when the $hit hits the fan, aka shtf? Just so I don't have to elaborate too much, you can check out

Whether by economic collapse, or catastrophic event, there are some people out there trying to educate us on what to do when the shtf. The most important thing we will need to be able to do is provide clean water to drink. There are two ways to do this. Store it in massive containers in your basement, or make it as you need it. Since we really don't know if or when we will ever need stockpiles of water, it makes more sense to me to have a non-electric distiller on hand. (If there is an economic collapse or catastrophic event, you probably won't have electricity...)

Since distilling water provides the most pure water possible, you can trust that your own water distiller will provide the safest drinking water. And you don't have to wait for a catastrophe before you start using the non-electric distiller! It can be used daily in your home, while camping, and even brought to other countries where drinking water is questionable.

If you have been thinking about purchasing a water distiller, now is the time to really consider the non-electric. It can be used on your stove top, grill, or a fire pit...or anywhere else there is heat (like a wood burning stove).

What are YOU drinking?

This morning at batting practice, I had to drink some bottled water due to my poor planning. While it could have been much worse (and it sometimes is), I noticed that the water tasted an awful lot like carrots. Yes, carrots. How weird, I thought.

And then I thought about the last time I had to drink some bottled water and how it smelled when I raised it to take a chlorine.

So this morning I started thinking about how many people out there are still drinking the "unknown" also know as "bottled water," because there really is no telling what's in those things...

Some of it is tap water. It says "municipal sources" on the bottle. Some of it is spring water. Some is distilled, reverse osmosis, or filtered. But ALL of it is HIGHLY unregulated. I have purchased bottled distilled water before, and it tasted nothing like my home distilled water I purify myself. Why is that?

So anyway, I started this blog to let people know that not only do you drink SAFER water when you distill it yourself, but you also save money! (Not to mention getting rid of all those pesky plastic bottles you've been lugging home all this time.)

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