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AnnieWarren

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I have been drinking Evamore alkaline water which claims to be very pure, nothing added.  It comes in a plastic bottle which is also claimed safe but bothers me.  I want to drink healthy water.  Are you familiar with this product?
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Evamore water comes from an artesian spring, so it should be some of the best water you can drink.  If you are in doubt, you can buy some pH paper and check the pH of the water to see if if is indeed 8.8 as the label claims.  There are companies now that make bottles out of non-BPA plastic.  I think Evamor may be some of the best water you can get, unless you have access to an artesian spring where you can get the water yourself.

I get my water from an artesian spring in northern Arizona.  It's free, the water runs 24/7 and it is routinely tested for cleanliness and purity.  It is some of the best water in the country.

To locate natural spring near you, go to http://www.findaspring.com/



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Redsox

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Dee where do you purchase the water from flagstaff. I'm live in the valley and was wondering who carries it?
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Hi Redsox,

I don't purchase water, it flows freely 24 hours a day from an artesian spring located alongside Highway 89A in Oak Creek Canyon, about 12 miles north of Sedona.   
 
If you're driving north from Sedona, the spring will be on the left side of the road, just north of Pine Flats Campground, but it's not marked.  It is a tapped spring, so there is a stone structure with two pipe faucets coming out of it.  The water runs 24/7.  There's a turnout with enough room for several cars to park near the stone structure.  You just drive up, park, and fill up your bottles.  The spring is well known among locals and I've even been there once when a tour bus stopped to let the passengers fill up their water bottles.

Apparently, the spring does have a name (it's called Harding Spring), but you just have to know that because it's not marked in any way (there is no sign saying "Harding Spring") you just have to look for the small stone structure.  
 
Here's a link to a website with a picture of what it looks like, so you can see it's just right by the road.
 

 



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It's sounds like a rather fun adventure. Thanks for the information .
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