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Bountea Hydrate vs Reverse Osmosis (RO) Filters

It’s not easy making sense of all the different water filters out there. There are many options available, however only the Bountea Hydrate inline water purification system produces water that is optimal for plant growth and development. Producing between 3 and 5 gallons per minute, it’s an appropriate size for most indoor gardens.

Unlike reverse osmosis (RO) systems that remove healthy, naturally occurring minerals, the Bountea Hydrate filter allows you to produce water that has a higher mineral content. Reverse osmosis can waste a large portion of the water that runs through the system. It generally wastes two to three gallons of water for every gallon of purified water it produces, whereas the Bountea Hydrate filter produces no wastewater and requires no electricity to operate.

Furthermore, the Bountea Hydrate filter actually restructures the molecules in water, activating and retaining the benefits of natural minerals while isolating and removing excess suspended solids, contaminants and sediment. This creates a dynamic energy environment in the water, allowing beneficial microorganisms to gain mobility and move around more easily. This enables beneficial microbes to reproduce faster, rapidly growing and proliferating.

The Bountea Hydrate filter produces highly oxygenated water, delivering essential trace minerals while safely removing toxins. By removing impurities and breaking water down into its simplest form, the Bountea Hydrate filter allows for a greater intake of nutrients, producing fruits and vegetables that are more vibrant and productive. Help your plants grow to their full beauty and potential with the Bountea Hydrate water filter today.

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