Some facts you should know about water

Facts about water

Water, the fluid of life and the shaper of the earth, is made from the simplest and most abundant element in the universe, hydrogen joined to the vital gas, oxygen. Two hydrogen atoms pair with a single oxygen atom to establish the triple structure of water or H2O. Water, the universal solvent, will dissolve or suspend almost any material on earth if given sufficient time. The Grand Canyon in Arizona is a spectacular example of the effects of the Colorado River water on the earth and its structure.

Pure water, therefore, is a rare substance. In nature, water in its purest form is found in the water vapor that rises from the earth’s surface. Nature’s water cleansing cycle consists of evaporation, condensation and precipitation. As water evaporates from the earth, it leaves behind any contaminants it may have collected. It is drawn up into the earth’s atmosphere where it condenses and returns to the earth in the form of percipitation. Distillation, which mimics earth’s natural process of evaporation, is the procedure whereby water is turned into steam and then directed into condensing coils where it condenses back into water. No other process produces the same kind of water purity as nature intended. Le Bleu’s patent pending distillation process removes all contaminants including chemicals, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals, inorganic minerals and organic material, and, in essence, makes nature better!