The human body is mostly made up of water, and as a result, it must be replaced constantly. Thirst is nature's way of reminding us we need to stay hydrated. However, if a disaster contaminates our fresh source of this essential need, there needs to be some type of emergency water purification plan in place to help get everyone through. Purification may take the form of boiling the liquid, filtering it, adding chemicals, or a combination of the three.
Many people think that adding common household bleach to contaminated water will purify it and make it safe to drink and cook with. To some extent, this is true, because the chlorine in the bleach kills the microorganisms that can make us sick. Unfortunately, though, it can also kill the good bacteria that our bodies need in order to function properly. For this reason, it is recommended that iodine be used to chemically treat it. Iodine is a good element to use for emergency water purification processes. Adding 3 drops to a quart of clear H20 or 6 drops to a quart of cloudy water will kill the bacteria and other pathogens creating a fresh source of this essential need that is safe for human consumption.
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