Nursery water is purified by steam distillation, filtered and ozonated to ensure quality. It contains purified water with selected minerals.
Nursery water is not an oral electrolyte solution. The water is sourced from wells or municipal water sources.
According to the bottle information, you can use the Nursery water by mixing with formula, juice, and cereal.
The company recommends using as directed by a physician or by labeling directions for use of infant formula. For mixing with infant formula, the FDA recommends boiling non-sterile water for one minute and cooling before use. After opening refrigerate and use within 7 days. Follow good hygiene during use to preserve quality. When using Nursery water, first add Nursery water to the bottle or bowl, replace the bottle cap, then add powdered formula or cereal.
- Calcium Chloride
- Potassium Bicarbonate
- Magnesium Chloride
- Mineral amounts are not nutritionally significant
- No added fluoride
Nursery Water Test Results
During our test of Nursery purified water, the TDS level in the water was 23ppm. According to the US EPA’s TDS chart, the Nursery water for babies and infants’ is micro-filtered and distilled water.
According to the pH value table, each color indicates a particular pH value. During our pH test of Nursery purified water, the value of the ph balance was 6.5. That means the Nursery water is neutral.
Bottled by DS Services of America, Inc. Atlanta, GA 30339
For a report on bottled water quality and information, please call: 800-682-0246
- February 10, 2020
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