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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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.
Activity of moose and white-tailed deer at mineral springs. Canadian Journal of Zoology 59:1991-2000.
Nonetheless, the researchers conclude in their paper that chlorine ion "concentration measurement at carefully chosen mineral springs along an active fault may be useful for earthquake prediction even if some problems remain to be solved in the future."
More than 50 of his customers complained that the water in bottles at their offices had a "funny taste" compared to their usual Blenheim Mineral Spring Water.
Mr W Fawcett is pictured in the gardens at the rear of the New Mill Institute taking a sip of the waters of a mineral spring.
Twenty Penafiel wholesalers in the U.S., distributors of some of America's top imported mineral spring water from Mexico, recently returned from a four-day holiday in Mexico's premier vacation and fishing resort, all courtesy of Wisdom Import Sales Co.
Buried under three feet and two centuries of earth near the banks of the Manatee River, a cylinder of white clay no bigger than a cigarette butt was found in 2009 during an archaeological dig at Manatee Mineral Spring in east Bradenton.
In central Serbia, near town Trstenik, in the village Veluce, from mineral spring magnesium bicarbonate water, with free CO2 is bottled.