Where do I personally get my water from?
It’s not from the tap…even though I’m on a good quality well, not even the municipal supply.
I aim for the best…and in this case, that means fresh spring water.
Water that has been filtered by the mountain and comes straight out of it (as opposed to a river, stream or pond which you don’t want to drink from) is the best.
Let taste be your guide.
In the video above, I show you the spring supply I use. I found it on Empire Grade outside Santa Cruz and Felton in California. More details on finding it HERE.
For those not in the area, to find a spring near you check out this useful website, Find A Spring.
For much more information on why spring water is best or other good alternatives, and why this it’s important for your health, check out Upgrade Your Water.
Let’s face it. Without quality hydration, herbs can’t work their magic for you. This is one of the 16 factors covered in the article What Stops Herbs From Working.
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Rafael T Carmany says
I’ve been drinking Distilled Water for decades. From what I have read the all natural process of boiling water, then
re-condensing it removes 100% of heavy metals and other nasties from it. However, all nutrients and minerals are also removed, so they must be regained in food and proper supplements.
Logan Christopher says
Yes, heavy metals and many other things will be removed. However, chlorine and fluorine, as well as some other stuff may not be because of low boiling points. Back when I used a distiller it also had a charcoal filter. I know that works with chlorine, though am not 100% sure on fluorine.
What do you put it in? I use a plastic jug but wonder if plastic is safe
Chelsea Satterthwaite says
Logan keeps his large volumes of water in glass and also uses some metal vessels. Copper is a good one too. If you can avoid plastic, thats always the better plan, for you and the environment.