Based on Chapter 1 from The Beginners Guide to Natural Living by Larry Cook, host Zoe Simpson explains a safer and more beneficial alternative to using sodium to soften hard water. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Depending on where you live, your tap water can be classified as either relatively hard or soft. Hard water contains much more calcium than the soft water where as soft water contains more magnesium. Soft water saves on gas and electric bills because it takes more energy to create hot water from hard water. Softening the water removes large molecule pollutants like led and arsenic. Traditional softeners add sodium to the water, making it a poor choice for drinking and a burden to our soils. Unfortunately, new technology is in play magnetic water conditioners that retain the beneficial minerals found in hard water, as well as introduced cleansing benefits associated with soft water. GMX International offers a university tested magnetic water conditioning system that uses a salt free solution effective for both commercial and residential use. If you like to learn more about why to filter your tap water, read this informative book, “The Beginners Guide to Natural Living”.

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