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rafaelo
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anyone's thoughts?
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must b good if they can filter chloride
can it?
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Post by Brahmaloka »

Originally posted by rafaelo:
anyone's thoughts?
Why wash yourself with toxic water? Just use your drinking water filter and collect a bucket or two. Have a bucket bath! Stand in shower and wash with a soft cloth from buckets.

Or move to the country and collect rainwater to wash in OR move to NZ, nice water here.
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Post by RRM »

fictor wrote in another thread:
I am wondering to buy a water filter for my house. Where I live
the water has quite high mineral contents, and I am concerned that
drinking it and showering in it might cause acne.

What type of filter should I be looking for?
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Post by RRM »

Zenibee wrote in another thread:
Hey Gang,

I just came across this Rainshower Filter from the Heritage Store website (you might use their rose water...they also sell a lot of Edgar Cayce remedies) It's supposed to eliminate over 90% of chlorine and other contaminents from tap water. Looks worth checking out.

http://www.caycecures.com/Holiday/catal ... shower.htm
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water softener

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The link for the above has changed; it is:

http://caycecures.com/catalog/rainshower.html


Does a home water softener create water that is suitable for drinking as well as washing the skin? I believe it is high in sodium (from the column in its mechanism that exchanges the minerals) so perhaps it is especially not good for drinking? (too much salt)....

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We need to know the exact contents first...
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