What is Distilled Water

The earliest known evidence of distillation dates back to 3000 BC in the Indus valley
of Pakistan. Distillation was known to be used by the Babylonians of Mesopotamia.
Initially, distillation is believed to have been used to make perfumes.
Distillation of beverages occurred much later. The Arab chemist Al-Kindi distilled
alcohol in 9th century Iraq, Distillation of alcoholic beverages appears common in
Italy and China starting in the 12th century. 
An now since the Industrial Revolution, poisonous additives and inorganic impurities
are a commonly found in tap water.
Good quality water has become hard to come by in many areas of the world and
distillation is now emerging as the most effective  method to ensure water is safe.

What is Distilled Water

When water is heated to its boiling point, it evaporates and leaves behind the
harmful impurities. 
The water vapour then condenses back to the liquid form, and this water is called
Distilled Water. 
It is colourless, tasteless and odourless, contains no impurities, organic or inorganic
minerals just water as it should be for drinking, cooking. This is why it is used in
hospitals and food manufacturing as any contamination could cause harm. 

Why you should drink pure water

Distilled water dissolves the toxins from the body that have accumulated over time,
cleansing our body fluids and cells. 
The water will then pass through the body and kidneys without to avoid inorganic
stones being formed.

The purified water will avoid micro-organisms like bacteria & virus, other toxins that
can enter the human body, these are either inorganic or organic, the organic
minerals are found in foods such as meat, grains, fruit, vegetables etc. and are easily

Inorganic – that we ingest through drinking water, are compounds of iron, calcium,
lime, carbonate etc, that over time accumulate in the body over time and can cause
early ageing.

There are are many diseases that are known to occur on the consumption of impure
water, they include kidney stones, gallstones, and arthritis. By drinking pure distilled
water, these diseases can be avoided. 

Drinking distilled water purifies the blood, removes kidney irritation and also aids in
the treatment of bladder infections.
The Pure distilled water is now just water as it should be, the water can then be
personalised by trace minerals or by fruit or vegetables to provide great tasting,
healthy water.

Why Global Water Pure

We are passionate in our endeavours to bring to our consumers, a sustainable,
stylish efficient water purification unit that has been engineered to the highest quality
easy to use, can be cleaned in a matter of minutes and provide 2 litres and hour of
safe, cooled drinking water.

With the attention to detail of every aspect of the design, to be an essential part of
family life, in terms of cost, durability and a long life, without the need for filters, that
can retain bacteria and have to be replaced.

The purifiers are designed to fit in to any space in a kitchen or utility, and can be
styled to any kitchen finish or can be in polished stainless steel.
Our aim is to bring to the market a product that will enhance family health and
hydration, with a choice of minerals chosen by the consumer.
Family health is paramount in our thinking, with the essential drive to help stop the
prolific use and purchasing of plastic bottled water.

“When one drinks impure, dirty water, the body acts as a filter, trapping a percentage
of the solids suspended in the water. A filter eventually becomes clogged and
useless – fit only to be thrown away. The human body might well face the same fate.
But the basic point – that only distilled water avoids mineral buildups in the body – is
an inarguable one. The deposits, which build up in a teakettle from repeated use, are
traces of minerals left behind as the water evaporates.

Distilled water leaves no such traces – in a teakettle or in the human body. It is true
that in most hospitals distilled water is used for newborn infants; distilled water is
prescribed for heart patients in many cardiac wards. And it is true that kidney stones
and other mineral-like buildups in the body are much more common in the areas
where the drinking water has high levels in inorganic minerals – and distilled water
has none of those at all.

It is without doubt the best water available to man- and the only truly pure water
available in our waste-laden society.” —Dr. Paul Conn, from “Not A Drop To Drink”

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