Steam-distilled water is water that has been heated to the boiling point so that impurities are separated from the water when it becomes vapor (or steam) at 212 degrees Fahrenheit. The steam is then cooled and condensed back into pure liquid form.
This distillation process removes waterborne biological contaminants such as bacteria, parasites, viruses, organic and inorganic chemicals, heavy metals, and other contaminants.
Steam-distilled water is the standard by which all other waters are measured. Pure distilled water contains no solids, minerals, or traces of elements. The purity of steam-distilled water is more than 99 percent. It is clean, natural and healthy.