Yes, There won't be any flavor, as the impurities that give water it's 'flavor' have been removed by the distillation process, but you can drink it, and it won't hurt you.
Yes, it just has a slightly different taste to tap water, as the impurities and some of the minerals are removed.
by countrysidetours 10 years ago
Not too long ago I started drinking 20 oz of water as soon as I get up. I dont know why but after that I have to deplete the 20 oz. It sure feels like a flush
by dsmith1 9 years ago
Anybody had any success with kidney stone natural treatments? I'm doing some research on that and would love to know about your experiences. Thanks a lot.
by PhoenixV 9 years ago
What Is The Best Way to Purify Water?What are some low tech and high tech ways to purify water? What is a cheap, yet very effective way to purify water?
by Susan Holland 7 years ago
What are the advantages of drinking distilled water over tap water?Being health conscious, I am just wondering if anyone knows if there are advantages for drinking distilled water.
by momster 8 years ago
Is there a difference in Distilled Water vs. Drinking Water when buying it from the store?
by Victress In All 11 years ago
There's a lot of talk about what is the best drinking water. Is bottled water better than...filtered water, ionized, distilled? Please only serious answers, no sarcasm. I know what the water bottling companies would tell me
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