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The easiest thing you can do to help remove Fluoride in Durham is click this button and donate a few dollars to our cause.

Donations will help pay for the following costs associated with this effort

  • Paper for flyers
  • Printer ink
  • Web hosting costs
  • Facebook/Online advertising costs

I also sell the 1 Gallon Megahome Water Distiller which donates $49.00 to our efforts.  I have a comprehensive page on the process of Distillation where you can also purchase this same model.

What you see below is the heavy sediment captured from 15 gallons of the city of Durham’s Tap water, representing the poisons you would ingest over the course of 1 month’s water consumption if you drink the suggested 8 glasses per day.

This is why I hope you will consider contributing to our cause & protecting yourself from the city’s toxic tap water, by purchasing a 1 Gallon Stainless Steel Megahome Distiller.  With your purchase, $49.00 will be donated to Durham Against Fluoride and will help me pay for this website, flyers, equipment and other costs associated with this effort.

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Price: $249.99 USD – FREE SHIPPING!

Click here for Customer Reviews (4.4/5 Stars on Amazon.com!)

The Megahome water distiller is the most popular distiller on the market today. The distiller operates on a one-touch button with automatic cut-off.  It will take raw water, boil it into steam, where it is then cooled and pure water is collected from the vapor. This is the ONLY sure-fire method to remove fluoride, heavy sediments, & other chemicals from your tap water.

The main advantage of distilled water is that it is 100% boiled, sterilized, clean, safe, and environmentally friendly.

  • No installation required, does not take a lot of space, and easy to operate.
  • It is safe and reliable with its auto power off system.
  • It can produce 100% pure distilled water anywhere, anytime, and with any kind of water.
  • A variety of safety certifications that are recognizable internationally, which guarantees our product safety.
  • The MegaHome distiller is higly portable and produces approximately 1 U.S. gallon (3.785L) every 6 hours.

Technical Specifications:

Part Number MH943SB
Item Weight 11 pounds
Product Dimensions 9.8 x 9.8 x 14.6 inches
Origin Made in USA
Item model number MH943SBSGBOT
Size Countertop
Color Stainless Steel with Black Top
Item Package Quantity 1
Warranty Description 1 year from the date of purchase.

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Comments
  1. George Peterson says:

    You guy’s are going about this the wrong way. When McFarlane was running for mayor, she was very aware of the fluoride issue and how much it is costing the city ( $600,000 per year). Russ Stephenson is also aware of the issue. What you have to do is BACK OFF and investigate the council and find out who is getting kick backs from the chemical company that is supplying the fluoride, or who has connections to that company. Then go to the media and do an expose’ on the ‘dirty council member(s)…Tv news loves that sort of reporting. Also, I can get you contact info. for an Albuquerque council member. They will give you valuable feedback on how to get this done. STEALTH is the word…DON’T FORGET IT…
    And, while you’re at it, if you want to be a legit movement, DROP ALEX JONES. He’s a plant . His job is to make politically active people look like ‘nuts’…And it works..
    Local media contacts will get you much more traction.. Public awareness is the key. You can never do too much promotion.. AND STICK TO ONE ISSUE AT A TIME!

    • George, thanks for your input but if you’re so knowledgeable about how to approach this why aren’t you out with us taking action? Why don’t you do the research on the council and get in touch with us so we can use it? Its quite easy to sit behind a keyboard and say we arent doing things the right way when you have no skin in the game…If you are so well versed in the subject we could really use your assistance – get in the arena with the rest of us and we would love to have your help. As far as Alex Jones goes- i have met the guy in person and listened to him for years….he is NOT a plant and is the only reason I knew about Fluoride to begin with – he also has a social networking platform that hooked me up with several Wake County activists so you can take that suggestion somewhere else. Last point here – I am not sure if you’ve seen it but I appeared on local news and have several contacts within WTVD so it seems to me you’re just an internet Quarterback trying to call the plays.

  2. Hello Corey and the crew there. I’m Jonathan Levy from fluorideout.org, San Francisco, and I appreciate greatly what y’all are doing out there. Just watched your video and saw a previous video of you on the local news. I used to visit Durham every summer for about a month to see family when I was a little kid and it was hot and muggy so y’all need fluoride free water, especially. You got my email and I would like to talk to you and share visions moving forward. Please get in touch via my email and we can set up a time to talk.

  3. Hi! I know this is sort of off-topic but I needed
    to ask. Does running a well-established blog like yours take a
    large amount of work? I am completely new to blogging however I do
    write in my journal on a daily basis. I’d like to start a blog
    so I can easily share my own experience and feelings online.
    Please let me know if you have any kind of recommendations or tips
    for new aspiring bloggers. Thankyou!

    • Hi,

      The thing about blogging is that it is only as much work as you wish to put into it. I would say that more work lie in setting the blog up, than does in maintaining/running it. The key is content – you have to develop the content & this will have to be done over a long period of time in an incremental way. Once the blog is set up to your satisfaction, it is relatively easy to accumulate content so long as you update with some regularity & listen to the voice of your soul.

      I would recommend starting out on WordPress.com since it is the easiest way to get up and running.

      Best,

      Corey

  4. Silas says:

    Ø House Bill 405 passed the Senate this week. This bill was overwhelmingly opposed by many of my constituents as well as other concerned citizens across North Carolina who referred to it as the AgGag Bill. This bill would have the potential to expose an employee of a business to punitive damages up to $5000.00 per day as well as an obligation to repay an employer’s legal fees if an employee discovered and videotaped or made a recording of conditions in private areas of a business where violations of laws were observed which could impact public health and safety. This bill passed the Senate with overwhelming support from the republican majority.

    This is directly pointed at people withing the city/corporation municipality trying to expose this via video taping themselves doing what they were told! Please contact our representatives within congress to attack it directly.

  5. Glenn says:

    Dear Cory,

    This is just words of support. You and your colleagues are just wonderful people, pointing out what should be a no brainer for most logical and sensible people. You have been so respectful and honest, because of your moderate nature, I can believe in you and your colleagues efforts. Stay true to your beliefs, others around the world are waking up to this. Best Regards Glenn

    • Glenn,

      Thank you for your kind words of support, they help out a lot. Donations are also appreciated and credited wherever possible.

      Keep up the good fight yourself.

      Corey

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