mineral spring


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mineral spring

A natural water source which contains dissolved mineral salts, including calcium, fluoride, magnesium, potassium, and sodium (among others). See: spa
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The Tuzla Mineral Springs Thermal Center has a significant value both in terms of history and architecture due to its mineral water potential due to the minerals it contains.
Gassan's first chapter details the evolution of Ballston Spa, one of the earliest venues celebrated for its mineral springs, from a health resort to social gathering place for elite travelers during the summer months.
Today, the naturally restorative waters found at California's Sycamore Mineral Springs in San Luis Obispo, and at Two Bunch Palms in Desert Hot Springs, are a key element of the resorts' integrative approach of using multiple therapies to restore health to mind, body, and spirit.
Take a tour of the Mineral Springs Hotel and you're bound to see more than a historical relic front the turn of the 20th century.
The regions mineral water is a precious export product for Georgia and environmental organisations consider the route to pose a risk to the ground water that feeds the mineral spring in the event of a terrorist attack, a landslide or simply an accident impacting on the pipeline.
Today, each of the 74 guestrooms has its own private spa, some with hot mineral spring water piped directly into the tub.
One Pure Life bottling plant was established on a popular and ecologically sensitive mineral spring, prompting fierce opposition.
In those days immediately near what is now the Mineral Springs Restaurant there was a free-flowing mineral spring.
Creative Packaging's 28 mm Universal Tamper Evident closure was recently selected by Eden Mineral Spring Water, Israel, for three major product lines.
A nearby gully suggests ample water, as does rumor of a mineral spring at the tree's base.
The researchers measured chlorine ion concentrations in a mineral spring near the Yamasaki fault in southwest Japan almost every day for seven years.
In central Serbia, near town Trstenik, in the village Veluce, from mineral spring magnesium bicarbonate water, with free CO2 is bottled.