sulfur water

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sul·fur wa·ter

a water containing hydrogen sulfide or the metallic sulfides.
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The Department of Economic Development (DED) in Umm Al Quwain has ordered the closure of the 'Bado Land' resort, the biggest heritage village in the UAE, because of the "sulphur water well" rumour that the authorities have called "baseless and fake".
Guests would visit to drink its sulphur water as the "Harrogate cure", to alleviate gout and lumbago.
Neumuller, "Influence of sulphur water on skin explants and associated effects on the migration and the production of TNF-a by Langerhans cells," Physikalische Medizin Rehabilitationsmedizin Kurortmedizin, vol.
These are sulphur water springs with extremely high water temperature.
Keywords: Spa Therapy; Rheumatoid Arthritis; Drug Versus Non-Drug Treatments; Physiological Effects of Sulphur Water; Quality of Life
"I remember being nine years old carrying tins filled with sulphur water on the donkey to deliver to homes and hotels," said 64-year old hotelier, Evgenia Hadjistylli.
No less today than in the eighteenth century, anyone who has tasted the sulphur water at Harrogate will likely concur with Bramble's opinion!
President Leonel Fernandez has sent to Congress the requested addendum to the contract for the 99-year lease of land in Barahona province to an Italian company for the construction of a thermal spa in the sulphur water springs in Canoa, reports DR1 Daily News (April 6, 2009).
Many other premises in Llanwrtyd Wells were also use by the junior school, including Ardwyn House, Lasswade Country House Hotel, the Granary Warehouse and the Sulphur Water Spring.
Springs of sulphur water were discovered here in 1734 but development of the site as a spa did not take place for more than 100 years.
The hotel, along with others in the area, catered for the visitors who arrived to partake of the sulphur water and chalybeate, or iron springs.