Nov 29, 2013 by Alyona Kosovan
The Czech spa town of Luhacovice is famous for its natural mineral springs and their unique curative properties. One of the oldest and most popular springs is the Aloiska spring.
Water from the Aloiska spring is iodine-hydrogen carbonate-chloride-sodium type acidulous water with high levels of boric acid, lithium, barium, and iron. The water is cold (10-12 degrees Celsium), odorless, and grey-brown in color. It has a pleasant, moderately salty taste. Water from the Aloiska spring is widely used for drinking therapy.
The spring is situated in the park, not far away from White Quarter. You can take water from the public fountain, or from the small pavilion. The water there is warm as it is artificially heated.
Indications for the Aloiska spring water drinking therapy
Water from the Aloiska spring is widely used in drinking therapy to treat digestive system diseases, such as stomach diseases, intestinal tract & dodecadactylon diseases. This mineral water is also used to treat gall bladder diseases, bile duct diseases and disorders connected with bile pass out. The water has proved to be highly effective in treating diabetes and overall health regeneration. Due to high levels of iodine, the Aloiska spring water helps improve the thyroid gland function and treat iodine deficiency.
Before you start drinking therapy with the water from the Aloiska spring, please consult your balneologist. Drinking water therapy should be combined with special nutrition care and physiotherapy.
The Aloiska spring water therapy effectively prevents the onset of digestive and endocrine system diseases. Water from this spring will also improve your overall health.
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