Something happened that made me question the authenticity of RO water purifierI experienced a very strange thing in last week and it made me think very hard about the authenticity of RO water purifiers.
I brought 5 plants last week from a nursery. 2 Basil plants, 1 Aloe Vera, 1 Curry tree and 1 Guduchi/Giloy. As all these plant are outdoor plants so I kept them in my baclony where I get ample sunlight. As I wanted to give the best of nutrition and water to these plants, I used RO purifier for watering them in the evening. Next morning what I saw that both Basil plant seemed almost dry and curry plant also seemed as if it will die within 24 hours.
I got upset that I couldn't take care of these plants and they are dying in just one day. Next day I changed the water and used the normal tap water instead of the RO purifier water. To my amazement, all the plants became lively the very next day.
I was happy but confused as to what happened, then again I repeated the same process after a week of watering then with RO purifier water and again the next day the plants seemed dry or almost dying. Again switched to tap water and they are lively again.
Now, what I accidentally tried on plants has got me pondering over the quality of RO purifier water. Are they actually helping clean the water or on the contrary killing it. I and my family drink this water every day without fail and so does millions of families. Is it really worth to drink dead water, is it worth to pay these RO purifier companies so much money. Are these companies actually giving what they are promising in adverts. Are we being brainwashed into believing that we are drinking clean water from these RO purifiers.
I am having a big doubt on these machines and want to know what other natural ways can be used to get pure drinking water.