Is Tap Water Safe? Brain Eating Amoeba and Neti Pots Warning
Is Tap Water Safe?
Tap water safe? I wouldn't risk my life on it. We have been told by cities that bring the tap water into our homes that “it's safe to drink and use.” I'm not buying that, because what else would they say? That the tap water that they allow in our homes are filled with really harmful toxins and pathogens? Not on your life. They need to for you to think that way without looking into it, or else you wouldn't touch the stuff or give it to your friends and loved ones. How safe is our tap water really?
Well, let's look and see what's been found by scientists in our standard tap water:
- Brain Eating Amoeba
- Harmful bacteria, viruses and fungii
- Heavy metals (mercury, aluminum, barium, lead, fluoride and they put this into your water on purpose!)
- Prescription medications (like birth control pills, hormone modifiers, Prozac, paxil, vioxx, asbestos, accutane, just to name a few)
- Plaque forming minerals (dead calcium, oxidized iron)
- Radioactive metals (cesium 137, iodine 131)
These are just the tip of the iceberg too. There are just too many toxins in tap water to name.
Water Filtration Methods
Fortunately these CAN be filtered out of your water if you use a good filtration system. But please, don't drink the water unless you have no alternative. You can take natural zeolite powder or add some adya clarity to your water to disarm pathogens and absorb radiation and heavy metals so they can be detoxed from your body. Although I would recommend that you drink filtered water, and use a shower filter if you can because you absorb quite a bit through your pores, especially if the water is hot.
Brain Eating Amoeba
Breaking News Reports show that using tap water to clear your sinuses can be fatal. Around the world it's being shown that tap water, including pond water, lake water and other types of still water has a new type of pathogen called a brain eating amoeba, that easily pass the blood-brain barrier when you swim in it. Or even if you use it irrigate your sinuses or flush the using Neti Pots.
Want to clear your sinuses using a good neti pot?
DON'T use tap water for nasal flushes, doctors warn: Doctors are both singing the praises of nasal washes and offering stern warnings. While rinsing out the sinus cavities can benefit those who suffer from colds, allergies and asthma, there's a world of difference about the type of water you should use. Not under any circumstances, they warn, should you do a nasal wash with tap water – it could prove fatal. Catholic Online
And this is not an isolated case. Children and seniors are particularly vulnerable, because of developing or challenged immune systems. A healthy immune system may catch it, but why risk your health when you don't have to.
Look into drinking some type of filtered water, whether it be from a reverse osmosis system, water distiller or water ionizers, please just don't use or drink the tap. Use it only to clean and rinse things. I just got a whole house water purification system and it does the job so I don't have to worry about the water damaging my brain, liver or other organs. If you swim in a fresh water pond, I recommend taking some Zeolite Powder before and after you do so, so it can protect your health and allow you to do what you want to do without risk. Liquid Zeolite and OxySilver (Great for neutralizing the bacteria that cause sinusitis) can be easy to carry around if you're on the go.
Neti Pot for Sinus Irrigation
Using neti pots to clear your sinuses is a really good idea, and it works really well, if…. You use purified water and not tap water. If you have chronic sinusitis symptoms, then there is a much safer treatment that works for sinus infections, congestion, runny noses and post nasal drip. It's a natural sinus infection treatment that will make using sinus washes needed only to flush hair or ragweed when you come into contact with it an inhale it. For more information on how to cure your sinus problems permanently, visit holistic health researcher and sinus expert, Joe Johnson's website.