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Minerals found in the waters we sell

Calcium (Ca)

There is more calcium in the body than any other mineral. It is used to maintain strong bones and teeth and keep your heart beating regularly. Muscle activity and transmission of nerve signals also relies on calcium.

  • Recommended Daily Allowance
    800 mg - 1000 mg 
  • Deficiency of Calcium
    A deficiency of calcium can lead to osteoporosis. Calcium deficiency also increases the risk of high blood pressure and heart attack.
  • Oversupply of Calcium
    It is possible to have too much calcium. Indications are a lack of appetite, loss of weight, constipation, or an irregular heartbeat.

Magnesium (Mg)

Magnesium is known as the anti-stress mineral. It is essential for maintaining muscular and nervous equilibrium. It is also important for converting blood sugar into energy. Magnesium is also useful in fighting osteoporosis and kidney stones.

  • Recommended Daily Allowance
    300 to 400 mg
  • Deficiency of Magnesium
    Indications of a lack of magnesium are nervousness, sickness and stomach cramps.

Sodium (Na)

Sodium is important for the proper functioning of nerves and muscles. It is also essential for the exchange of water between the cells. Together with chlorine, sodium forms our normal salt, used to spice up our regular diet. While too much salt is unhealthy, none at all can lead to serious malfunction in our body as well.

  • Recommended Daily Allowance
    2000 to 3000 mg
  • Deficiency of Sodium
    Lack of sodium may result in weakness, illness, muscle cramps and in some cases the breakdown of vital body functions.
  • Oversupply of Sodium
    Too much sodium leads to high blood pressure.

Potassium (K)

Potassium works with sodium to regulate the body's water balance. In addition, it helps dispose of body wastes. Potassium is also responsible for the transmission of nerve impulses and for muscle contractions.

  • Recommended Daily Allowance
    900 - 1000 mg
  • Deficiency of Potassium
    A deficiency of potassium leads to weakness of the muscles, low blood pressure, constipation, general fatigue and nervousness.
  • Oversupply of Potassium
    It is possible to have too much potassium. Indications are fatigue, hearing deficiencies, and a metallic taste in the mouth.

Hydrogen carbonate (HCO3)

Hydrogen carbonate, or bicarbonate, helps to maintain acid balance in the stomach and the intestines and supports the digestion. It also relieves the effects of a hang-over.

Nitrate (NO3)

Hydrogen carbonate, or bicarbonate, helps to maintain acid balance in the stomach and the intestines and supports the digestion. It also relieves the effects of a hang-over.

  • Recommended Daily Allowance
    No Recommended Daily Allowance

Chlorine (Cl)

Chlorine regulates the blood's alkaline-acid balance. It works with sodium and potassium in a compound form. Chlorine helps the liver to function and thus aids the cleaning of body wastes. Chlorine is also used to purify water.

  • Recommended Daily Allowance
    1700 mg - 5100 mg
  • Deficiency of Chlorine
    Lack of chlorine may result in loss of stomach acid, diarrhea, and, in extreme cases, loss of hair and teeth.

Sulfate (SO4)

Sulphur, the "S-part" of sulfate, is essential in maintaining healthy hair, skin and nails. It also aids the liver in bile secretion.

  • Deficiency of Sulfate
    Lack of sulfur inhibits the body to repair damaged cells properly.

Fluoride (F-)

Fluoride is necessary for building bones and teeth. Teeth cleaned with fluoride are less prone to caries (which is why most toothpastes contain fluoride). On the other hand, fluoride is highly reactive and should be taken with care.

  • Recommended Daily Allowance
    1 mg
  • Oversupply of Fluoride
    A daily amount of more than 2 mg may lead to poisoning. Too much fluoride colors the teeth and if taken over a very long time may lead to changes in bone structure.

Silica (SiO2)

Silica is one of the body's natural cleansing agents. It is also helps build bones, cartilage, connecting tissues and teeth.