Shayanska mineral water
The basis of the mechanism of influence of mineral water "SHAYANSKA" on the body is the similarity of the carbon dioxide-carbonate-buffer system of mineral water with a similar buffer system of the human body. This promotes close interaction, influencing the reaction (pH) of the internal environment during feeding.
Mineral water "SHAYANSKA" not only saturates the body with valuable trace elements, calcium, magnesium, iron, but also helps to release it from toxins, toxins and urine sand. This effect is complemented by the detoxifying effect of the colloidal form of metasilicic acid. The presence of silicon helps to inhibit excited intestinal motility.
Due to the alkaline, choleretic, diuretic and detoxifying action of mineral water "SHAYANSKA" is prescribed for all diseases of the stomach: chronic gastritis with normal, high or low acidity, uncomplicated peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, chronic colitis and chronic colitis. hepatitis, cholecystitis, angiocholitis of various etiologies, diabetes, obesity, gout, uric acid diathesis, oxaluria, phosphoturia, chronic diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract, iron deficiency anemia.
Cold carbonated low-mineralized silicon hydrocarbonate sodium mineral water "Shayanskaya" is poured from well №242 Shayanskogo field from a depth of 250 m.
The main reserves of carbonated mineral waters come to the surface through the faults of the Pannonian "cushion" of sand-clay deposits, which are located in the south-eastern part of the Vigorlat-Gutyn ridge.
The most important feature of Shayanska mineral water is the presence of metasilicic acid in its composition, which is present not only in molecular and ionic, but also in colloidal form, which is especially important for the healing properties of mineral waters.
Mineral water also contains biologically active concentrations of calcium (1/4 of the daily requirement),magnesium, iron, lithium, etc.
The closest analogues of "Shayanskaya" - mineral waters "Dilijan" (Armenia), "Prince Milos" (Serbia), "Anka", "Dombruvka", "Meshko" (Poland), waters of the resorts of Bile Tushnad (Romania), Evian-les-Bains Ben (France)