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It's something we generally don't spend a lot of time thinking about.
Until it's not available.
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Clean clothes with
But what about the worms?
If you are getting your water from a well, it stands to reason that the water is filtered by the ground to some degree.
However water straight from the well will require the need to address the potential NEMATODE issue.
AND THERE'S MORE!
And as gross as it might sound, your dog isn't the only one happy to see you, there are some nematode worms that ONLY prefer human hosts!
It's not always possible to cleanse our water intake, so the following is a need-to-know for all off-gridders, campers, hunters, fugitives, etc.
Drinking bad water can make you sick or worse.
Unwittingly consume "bad" water?
Here's some tips to remedy the problem.
Garlic is said to work best if smashed and allowed to sit for 15 minutes before consuming, to allow some natural reaction to take place.
Eat some garlic.
Diatomaceous Earth (food-grade) is amazing for apparently just about everything in diverse areas of our lives.
Swallow D.E. till you feel better.
Pumpkin seeds are reported to paralyze the cling-on nematode type.
Coconut Oil is said to have a bunch of stuff to aid the riddance of nematodes from the body.
Coconut oil in Tea = awesome.
Papaya Seeds contain an enzyme that nematodes don't like.
Eat Papaya Seeds
Presuming that industry has not polluted or poisoned your ground water supply, filtration is an easy fix.
Presumably, and preferably, your method for filtration will be dissimilar to our Nation's Water Supply Treatment plant's methods.
At one time I was instrumental in the conclusion of three water treatment plant contracts which included Cherokee Water and Sewerage Treatment Plant, the Adairsville Water Treatment Plant, and TVA (Tennessee Valley Water Authority owned by Fortune500 capitalist, Fluor Corp).
Consider not doing what the water treatment plants are doing to filter water (all in the name of capitalism and profit, by whatever means necessary).
Incredible amounts of toxic chemicals are being injected into "our" "public" water supply.
No chemicals and poisons to add to your water supply?
You're one step ahead of the game.
Consider an R.O. (Reverse osmosis) as an affordable means to filter your water instead!
Having a user-serviceable pre-filter is a good idea, to delay the expense of changing filters within the R.O. unit.
The preferred plumbing here is the common garden hose.
Replacement Parts for garden-hose plumbing is prevalent and cheap, and without the need of a professional.
Here's a couple of photos of the new water line being installed.
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