A Source of Health

Humans can survive on water alone for nearly 50 days; however, they can survive only a few days without water. One's daily water requirement depends on many factors, gender included. 

Physical activity and exercise, high ambient temperature, low humidity and fibrous food consumption are among these factors as well.


Calcium is the main element that plays a role in bone health. For bone development and growth, it is vital to receive sufficient amounts beginning from birth. The calcium requirement must be met during adolescence, childhood and puberty, in pregnant and post-menopausal women, and in older men.

Mineral water prevents stone formation in the kidneys and urinary tract. Drinking plenty of water, especially mineral water, is one of the main ways to prevent kidney and bladder stones due to its positive effects on supporting and improving kidney functions.

Water is vital for the body’s circulatory system and particularly for the kidneys. The amount of water that passes through the kidney is as much as 2,000 liters in a period of 24 hours.


There are two types of natural water: natural mineral and natural spring.

Natural mineral water is described as underground water, which is created under suitable geological conditions at various depths of the earth’s crust, which come to the earth’s surface naturally or which are obtained through technical methods, and of which the mineral content, residual elements and other components are protected against all defined pollution risks.