Why Everyone Should Be Using ClearJoy® . . .
ClearJoy® is a blend of purified water and naturally occurring ionic sulfate mineral salts that purifies your drinking water without the use of toxic, synthetic chemicals.
ClearJoy® removes or reduces more contaminants than the leading water purification/filtration products, is safe for you and the environment, and gives your water a pure, delicious taste.
Taste is one of the main reasons people choose to filter their water. Unlike other water purification/filtration products that only reduce 97% of chlorine, ClearJoy® removes 100% of chlorine, completely eliminating any nasty pool water taste. ClearJoy® contains essential trace minerals which help give your water a crisp, refreshing taste. ClearJoy® is 100% natural.
Water pollution is one of the world’s biggest problems. Not only does contaminated water damage our health, but it damages the health of our environment as well, killing plant and animal life and damaging ecosystems. ClearJoy® provides a solution that will benefit all living things as ClearJoy® can be used to clean any freshwater source; whether from your tap, well, lake, or pond.
ClearJoy® effectively removes or reduces the following drinking water contaminants:
• Agricultural Chemicals
• Disinfectants & Disinfection Byproducts
• Heavy Metals
• Industrial Chemicals
• Pharmaceuticals & Basic Drugs
By cleaning water, ClearJoy® helps clean the air. Certain chemicals, like Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s), easily evaporate from water and end up in the atmosphere. By reducing these chemicals in water, ClearJoy® helps reduce them in the air as well.
ClearJoy® helps reduce greenhouse gases and landfill waste by eliminating the need for bottled water; so you can get pure, fresh water without all the waste. Talk about refreshing!
ClearJoy® Reduces Agricultural Chemicals in Water
Industrial agriculture is among the leading causes of water pollution in the United States today. According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), 215,664,000 people in 46 states have drinking water contaminated by 97 agricultural contaminants, including pesticides and fertilizer ingredients. It is estimated that 61% of those people have water containing one or more agricultural contaminants present at levels above health-based limits recommended in government advisories.
ClearJoy® reduces 79 herbicides, fungicides and insecticides in water. Some of these pesticides include the following:
ClearJoy® reduces some of the most widely used herbicides in the U.S., including Atrazine, a potent endocrine disruptor that has been linked various health risks such as cardiovascular system problems and reproductive difficulties and cancer; EPTC, linked to increased risk of colon and prostate cancer; 2,4-D, an ingredient of Agent Orange, linked to cancer, cell damage, hormonal interference and reproductive problems; Simazine, linked to blood problems and Prometron, linked to carcinogenicity, reproductive and developmental toxicity, neurotoxicity and acute toxicity.
Including Chlorothalinol, the third most used fungicide in the U.S. that is a likely carcinogen. According to the USDA, honey bees that were fed Chlorothalinol were three times more likely to become infected with the parasite Nosema. Chlorothalinol may be a contributing factor in Colony Collapse Disorder; 2-Phenylphenol, although human health effects are virtually unknown, 2-Phenylphenol is considered moderately toxic after acute oral doses in animal studies. Chronic dosing in animals resulted in systemic effects such as weight loss and anemia and Dichloran linked to nose, eye, skin and throat irritation, coughing, chest discomfort, nausea and vomiting and bladder irritation.
ClearJoy® reduces some of the most widely used insecticides in the U.S., including DDT, an organochlorine pesticide banned since the 1970’s, DDT is still being found in the environment, DDT is considered an endocrine disruptor and has been linked to liver, nervous and reproductive system damage; DDE, found in the environment as a breakdown of DDT; Chlorodane, although banned by the EPA in 1988 over concerns for cancer risk, Chlorodane is one of the most common pesticides found in the environment today. Chlorodane has been linked to gastrointestinal distress and neurological symptoms, such as tremors and convulsions; Dieldrin, although banned by the USDA in 1978, Dieldrin is one of the most common pesticides found in the environment today. Dieldrin is considered a carcinogen that has been linked to Parkinson’s, breast cancer, immune, reproductive, and nervous system damage and Diazinon, an organophosphorus pesticide that has been linked to various nervous system problems such as headaches, dizziness, anxiety, trouble with vision. Other problems include nausea, vomiting, cramps and diarrhea, slow pulse, difficulty breathing and passing out.
ClearJoy® Reduces Disinfectants & Disinfection Byproducts in Water
Water suppliers add disinfectants, such as chlorine and chloramines, to drinking water in an effort to help control microbes. However, disinfection can be difficult as certain microbes are exceedingly resistant to conventional disinfection practices. Additionally, when disinfectants are added to water and react with natural organic matter, such as decaying vegetation, disinfection byproducts are formed, which are known to cause various health risks.
ClearJoy® removes 100% of chlorine and reduces chloramine and trihalomethanes to below detectable limits in water.
By using ClearJoy® to remove these toxic chemicals from your drinking water, not only will your water be safer to drink, but it won’t smell or taste like a swimming pool.
Chlorine is a widely used disinfectant. Not only does chlorine affect the taste of water, but drinking chlorinated water in excess may result in nose and eye irritation and stomach discomfort.
Chloramine is a disinfectant that is formed when ammonia is added to water containing free chlorine. Drinking water containing chloramine in excess may cause nose and eye irritation, stomach discomfort and even anemia.
• Trihalomethanes (THM’s)
THM’s are tasteless, odorless disinfection byproducts that occur when disinfectants are added to water that contains organic matter. Drinking water contaminated with THM’s in excess may result in liver, kidney, or central nervous system problems and an increased risk of cancer.
ClearJoy® Reduces Heavy Metals in Water
The term heavy metal refers to a metal with a relatively high density, specific gravity greater than about 5.0. While living things require trace levels of some heavy metals such as cobalt, manganese and zinc, other heavy metals such as lead, mercury and arsenic have no beneficial properties to living things. In fact, exposure to such heavy metals may cause serious health effects.
ClearJoy® reduces lead, mercury and arsenic to non-detectable limits in water.
Lead is a metal that was used in products found in and around homes for many years. Lead may contaminate water through corrosion of natural deposits, metal water taps, interior water pipes, or pipes connecting to a house. Even low exposure to lead may results in a variety of health effects including learning disabilities and behavioral problems in children. Young children (6 years and under) are at the most risk as their brains are still developing. For adults, drinking water contaminated with lead in excess may lead to kidney problems and high blood pressure.
Mercury is a liquid metal that may contaminate water through erosion of natural deposits, discharge from refineries and factories and runoff from landfills or croplands. Drinking water contaminated with mercury in excess may lead to kidney damage.
Arsenic is a tasteless and odorless metal that may contaminate water through erosion of natural deposits, runoff from orchards and electronic production wastes. Arsenic has been linked to a wide range of serious health effects, including several forms of cancer such as bladder, lungs, skin, kidney, nasal passages, liver and prostate. Non-cancerous effects may include stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, numbness in hand and feet and discoloration of the skin.
ClearJoy® Reduces Industrial Chemicals in Water
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has analyzed nearly 20 million drinking water tests conducted by water suppliers across the U.S. over a 4 year span, and has found a total of 204 industrial chemicals in U.S tap water. Many of these chemicals were found at concentration levels above governmental-issued health guidelines. However, the majority of chemicals found have no set safety-based limit. Industrial chemicals may contaminate water through many ways, including factory discharges and consumer products. Most industrial chemicals pose serious, long-term health effects.