Water makes up more than 60% of an adult human body and is the most essential ingredient for survival after oxygen. While extreme deprivation of water can lead to dehydration and death, insufficient consumption of it can cause umpteen health problems; since it performs various functions like regulating the body temperature, cleansing the body of wastage through urination, converting the food into components needed for survival and transporting them through bloodstream, etc. Water is a compound of one part oxygen and two parts hydrogen and in its natural form of spring water contains various minerals needed by the human body. It is essential that we drink such mineral water and not de-mineralized or contaminated variety to maintain good health. The high prevalence of waterborne diseases makes it far too essential for us to be extremely vigilant of the quality of water we drink.