Ideal Earth Water
Refreshing water like a mountain spring... from your tap
List of Bottled Waters That Are Ok
The best choice for drinking water is to get a Fluoride Removal System and make your own water at home. This avoids plastic bottle issues and water going stale, etc.
Well waters should always start with a water analysis, never assume. Ground water contamination is so pervasive on planet Earth that it is extremely unwise to ever drink well water without testing. Remember, the more remote the area is, the more likely illegal dumping of toxic materials will occur.
Mountain Valley Spring Water [Shipped in Glass bottles]
While Mountain Valley is being bottled, the water is filtered and ozone is added to ensure there is no biological contamination. We use ozone because it is quite effective against a wide variety of potential contaminants, but also because it breaks down into oxygen after it is in the bottle. We monitor this process every 10 seconds for pH, conductivity, ozone residual and total dissolved solids. Bacterial tests are taken daily and incubated. Sample cases of product from each production run are put aside and reserved for six months. The records of all in-house and third party testing (governmental agencies or independent companies) are maintained for 10 years.
Below, all products are shipped in clear plastic bottles (Most can be picked up from your local super market)
Note: When using Mountain Valley Spring Water for the BTM-3000 water Alkalizer you may need to add at least 1/8 teaspoon to maximum of ¼ teaspoon of salt to 1 gallon of this water. DO NOT ADD MORE SALT! YOU WILL BURN UP THE MACHINE!
The volcanic material from this volcano, over 100 meters thick, protects Volvic water and gives it its specific characteristics.
During this underground filtration process, Volvic water is filtered and through contact with the rocks and minerals it impregnates, it acquires its unique mineral composition.
When it reaches the impervious bedrock, the water slowly flows downstream where it is captured over 90 meters deep.