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Which Type Of Water Should I Use For An Enema?

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This question is widely asked by our customers because people realize the extent of water contamination these days. 

As you can see from our videos, water is beautiful and abundant in our country.   Water is precious and valuable.  Unfortunately,  industries are using our waters as their dumping ground. And farming run off is seeping into our waterways and ground water. 

Water is treated to make it drinkable. But tests will show that your tap water still will contain toxic metals, and chemicals.  Even antibiotics will be found in tap water.  

Never Use Tap Water For Enemas!!


DISTILLED WATER - Safest to drink and Best Choice for detoxifying enema use


Distilled water wins hands down as the safest water.  It is without doubt the cleanest water available.  The only drawback is that is will not have minerals in it.  So you must find your minerals elsewhere, such as in juicing fruits and vegetables, and/or taking a mineral supplement, like our fulvic minerals.  These are the best minerals to be added to your juices after doing a coffee enema. Or you can add them to drinking water for drinking. Do not put into the enema.  Fulvic minerals are also known to pull out heavy metals from the body.

If you purchase our water distiller, you won't have to run to the store to buy in plastic jugs.   The cost adds up. Distilled water costs about 1.00 per gallon or more.  So if you are doing 30 enemas per month, that would be about $60.00 per month in water if you purchased at the store.   Buying our water distiller, will save you lots of $$ in the long run.


How is Distilled Water Different From Purified Water?

Distilled water is processed through distillation, which means it is boiled, and then the steam is captured. You get pure H20. this steam is then condensed back into the water. All bacteria will be gone!  99-100% of the contaminants will be gone!  


SPRING WATER - #2 Choice for detoxifying.

Spring water comes from the ground.  Spring water is what rises from the surface from the ground.  Whether it is safe or not to drink depends on how pure the ground water is.  Most of the time it is not pure enough, and therefore the spring water must go through a process to be purified.  This process is different from distilled processing.  Spring water, before bottling, will be treated with ozone and UV rays to kill bacteria. 

Reverse Osmosis Water - #3 Choice for detoxifying

Many people now have reverse osmosis under their sink.  They have this to desalinate or clean their water at home.  Pressure will force the water through filters, and those filters is what will separate particles and contaminants from the water.

Reverse Osmosis, we have read, is questionable as to its purity.  And one of the drawbacks is that filters need to be replaced often.  This process will not remove certain types of toxins, such as Fluroide.



Filtered Water - #4 Choice for enema use

Many people now have home water filtration systems which run filtered water throughout the whole house..  Such as the reverse osmosis system.

There is also tap water filters, or water pitchers with carbon filters. 

These types of filters partially remove toxic chemicals, but it does not do well in filtering out fluoride, toxic metals, or other contaminants.