It has been recommended for anemia, circulatory disease, diabetes, disease of the endocrine glands, nervous disease, renal disease, rickets, even for obesity as it has an important curative effect with regard to digestive system complains as well as those concerning the peripheral circulatory system.
The water is bottled without any previous treatment and is free from any contaminants using a state of art technology that does not allow any direct human contact with the water in its way from the deep treasured grounds to our table.
First research into the effects of the Borsec waters was conducted in 1773, when Professor Krantz Heinrich, asked by Austria's margrave, studied and highlighted the qualities of the Fykut and Lobogo springs.
In 1774, L. Wagner published a study of the Borsec mineral waters in the Academische Dissertat magazine. In 1825, Dr. Schneit Daniel wrote a book on the mineral waters of Borsec.
In 1863, J. Mayer and in 1873 Dr. Neustadter analysed the effects of bathing into the Borsec water and started the construction of baths known by their names Lobogo, Lazar, Saros, etc. In 1893, new illnesses that could be cured by using Borsec water were mentioned in the Siebenburgische Quartalschrieft journal.
The first analysis of the chemical composition of the water was conducted in 1927, at university laboratories in Bucharest, Budapest and Cluj.
The Borsec natural mineral waters were found to have a balanced content of minerals, a low content of iron as well as a high content of stable natural carbon dioxide.
Internal treatment, meaning direct consumption, is recommended, among other things, in digestive diseases, chronic hepatitis, biliary conditions, nutrition conditions such as non-insulin dependent diabetes, mild hyperthyroidism and renal conditions. External treatment, that is bathing, is recommended particularly in incipient cardiovascular diseases, easement of joint, rheumatic and post-traumatic pain.
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