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It is quite often difficult to clearly define what constitutes natural flavor and how to distinguish natural flavor from artificial flavor. We quite often come across products with labels reading "Nature Made" prompting us to believe that the product came from natural sources. Consumers prefer to see natural flavors on a label, out of a belief that they are conducive to good health. Distinctions between artificial and natural flavors can be arbitrary and based more on how the flavor has been made than what it actually contains.


Spring water, it is believed, has natural water flavors that add delicious taste to water. It is argued that you may use the natural flavors in any type of water, but you will experience the clearest taste when using spring water. As everyone has different tastes, there is no way to decide what the best natural water flavor is. In other words, you get to determine how much you flavor you use in the water, but you follow a short exercise to determine the perfect recipe for you. Get an 8 oz. glass of water. Add one drop of flavor to the water. Taste the water. Add flavor drop by drop until it satisfies your tastes. Quite often, you will only need two drops per 8 ounces, but some people prefer it stronger.

As all of us know water is definitely healthier than soda and now there is an entire category of packaged water in the market such as Vitamin Water that is basically bottled water with vitamins and flavor. Instead of buying water containing artificial flavors, there are many things you can add to water at home to make water tastier to drink.

There are several ways you can do natural water flavoring.

Adding a little bit of salt to water helps your physical system absorb the liquid more quickly. As long as you limit the salt you add, the water should be very quenching and it would be ideal drink for physical laborers since the body loses salt through sweat.

If you are fond of spices, ginger is a great way to add taste and flavor to your water. When it is added to boiling water it is also an effective way to provide relief to your throat when you suffer from common cold. There are herbs like mint, lemongrass, and parsley which add aroma and a hint of green to your water. If you want to augment the flavor you can crush the plants a little bit more before putting them into your water.

Cucumber can be an excellent additive. A water dispenser half filled up with cucumber slices, and the water dispensed through it will taste very refreshing. Freeze a small citrus fruit in ice cube trays and then put the ice cubes in water for flavor. The water produced would become rich with vitamin C. Blueberries and strawberries have distinct flavors that could be soaked up for some time in water or you can cut or crush a few of the berries into your water. Adding vinegar to water is similar to adding citrus. You will get sour water that has vitamin C. Of course any of these things could also be added to soda water if you want to make your own lightly flavored soda. The possibilities for making flavored are really endless since you can mix and match the ingredients any way you want to suit your taste.

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