Rain water is the purest water in the nature, there is nothing wrong in drinking the raining water. But we must purify it before drinking. Rain water is having a lot of health benefits, it is having the natural minerals but it is accompanied with some dirts too, so we are in need to purify it before drinking it.

Not only human beings, animals, plants and trees also need rain water for their growth. Our house garden will look more pleasant and starts to blossoming when it receives the rain and takes the rain water. Animals like cat, horse, dog and others will be more healthier while taking the rain water and it is the natural medicine for them. Birds and insects also like to drink the rain water.

Washing clothes with the rain water will give more brightness to it, in fact soaps and detergents will work fine in the rain water compared with the normal water. We will get more refreshment and our skin and hair will get more shine while taking bath in the rain water, and the vessels which are cleaned using the rain water will give more brightness and sparkles like a new one.

Rain harvesting system is very popular in most of the countries. In short Rain water is having a lot of benefits

In addition, rain water does NOT contain the levels of chemicals (such as chlorine and fluoride) that are used in municipal water treatment facilities.

Numerous health conditions are related to the ingestion of both chlorine and fluoride. See references below for further reading on the detriments of drinking chlorinated and fluoridated water.

Another obvious advantage of drinking rain water is that it is inexpensive.

However, availability is also dependent on the climate for harvesting. It should also be collected and handled only under sterile conditions.

One of the most important factors regarding the quality of rain water has to do with the environment in which it is collected. Rain water harvested in a pristine environment, such as high in the mountainous, unpopulated regions of the world, is going to be of much cleaner than rain water collected in a polluted big city.

Some Disadvantages

“Air-borne pollutants from hundreds of miles away can spread quite rapidly. Because of this fact, it would most likely be necessary to test the water on a daily basis to ensure safe drinking.”

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Cook says that if “harvested rain water is filtered with one of the water filtering systems that can be purchased today, and then the water is boiled, we could probably drink the water safely.”

However, he says, “It is safer to get your water from municipal water supplies or from wells that are frequently tested.

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