Is The Bottled Water We Buy Really Pure?

Thank you for this question. There are few factors to be considered about the water we buy. Water is an amazing life-giving and life-sustaining resource. We all know that we can't live without water. The topic of water is huge and I will touch on the few essentials here. You are welcome to ask more questions about water and I will happily hand you the information you are looking for.

There are many different kinds of bottled water now. Unfortunately, there isn't much of a regulation on what is in the bottles. I recommend to make sure that you closely look at the label and make sure that in tiny letter somewhere almost hidden on the back of it, it is not written that the water comes from a PWS.

What is PWS? PWS abbreviates Public Water Source and literally means that someone is bottling tap water full of synthetic toxins such as fluoride and chlorine and could be more. And you are paying for it! Both with your health and your money. A common example of ironic!

Another thing to consider is if the water comes from a natural source/spring or it is just filtered city tap water. The filtrations used don't produce truly pure water and I don't recommend buying it. It is best if the water comes from a natural spring from a place that is not contaminated.

The best water on the market is Fiji water – it is bottled at the source, never touched by man and with a pH of 7.5. It is truly a gem.

I recommend you also look at what kind of plastic is the bottle made out of. It is on the bottom of the bottle. Choose only safe plastic – to see which is safe click here.

To your perfect health!

Love and gratitude,

Venus 🙂

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3 Responses to Is The Bottled Water We Buy Really Pure?

  1. Thanks for the tip-off to PWS Venus.  I never heard of that one.
    I have heard, though, that the best quality water is obtained via reverse osmosis.  It distracts more impurities than the earth, really, since even the purest spring waters contain elemental levels of common carcinogens like lead, copper and even arsenic.
    I'd love to hear what your take is on reverse osmotic processing.  Meanwhile, I'll be careful to read those bottled labels!  Thanks Venus, great info on your blog..

  2. Venus :) says:

    Hi David,

    Thanks for your question. You are right that even in the most pristine mountain streams we find synthetic toxins – and it is my passion to educate people and inspire them to awaken so that they see the truth and start living in a way that is both beneficial for them and every one else. What is good for the planet and all is beneficial for us and vice versa. And it is actually easier, simpler and more pleasant to do than polluting. Anyway, to answer your question: the first choice of water is the one that comes directly  from the source and it is pure and clean – still possible to find; many deep private wells have it. If we are to use filtered water, then the reverse osmosis is the best one to use. You are on the right track. Also, make sure that the plastic bottles in which the water is put are not toxic (plastics number 1, 2, 4 and 5 are safe). There is a lot to say about water because water is alive and actually changes its structure according to what it is exposed like words – written, spoken, thought, music, pictures, electromagnetic and radio-frequency radiation from anything wireless, etc. I will be writing more on this soon in my posts. You are invited to come back for more.

    Thank you for your great question,

    Venus 🙂

  3. Thanks for this post on drinking healthy water.
    : )

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