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One of the things I have to mention is that when I was a small kid and went to spend my summers at grandparents' house, my grandma sometimes would drop a limestone rock into the well water to get rid of the specific bacterias that was in there, and anyone included myself would drink the water from it. I have not seen any negative results by the presence of the calcium in water long term. Cause probably the limestone rock (I know why I could call it calcar, but it is also known as limestone first, but the word calcar is older) didn't dissolve that fast in whole water, just slowly. Obviously any glass carafes that had the water would show the deposits of calcium when empty and dry. As it does now with the bottle of lime water I have now.

Ynaig
 

 
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