What is distilled water?
Distilled water is obtained through the process of evaporation and condensation. Water is heated to boiling point, changing it to steam and leaving impurities behind.
As the steam cools, it condenses back to water. This condensate is collected as distilled water.
The heating process kills bacteria and viruses which makes the water drinkable.
It also removes virtually all organic and inorganic contaminants and produces a water that is consistently pure as it is not dependent on the quality of filters, resin or membrane.