Mineral Water Vincentka.
From Czech republic.
Therapeutic mineral water with iodium
The Vincentka water, owing to its well-balanced content of mineral salts and elements enables dissolution of phlegms in
respiratory organs, stomach and bowels. Vincentka is being recommended for drinking and inhalation cures in case of
disorders of respiratory organs, of vocal cords , with diseases of metabolism, stomach and duodenal ulcers and the postoperative
states, chronic liver swellings, diabetes mellitus,chronic pancreatitis.
Vincentka helps regenerate throughout the body after continual sweating when performing heavy physical work, sporting activities, when staying in a hot environment and in case of feverish disorders.
Vincentka is suitable for preventing dental care with children in doses of 0,25 l/day.
Vincentka can cover the daily dose of iodine, the quantity of 25 ml (one draught) is enough.
Vincentka contains biogenic elements (see abstract from the source analysis), such as lithium, rubidium, cesium, copper, zinc, vanadium, chromium, cobalt in a physiological proportional representation and is suitable as a natural nutrition complement for sportsmen, children, pregnant women and people convalescing.
Vincentka adjusts the metabolism after alcoholic excesses.
It is not recommended only for people suffering from kidney failures. Careful use is necessary with patients suffering from kidney diseases and from lower limbs swellings, but in such cases, Vincentka may be consumed after a doctor has been consulted.
Before filling bottles, iron is removed from Vincentka using the procedure of technological oxidation.
Method of using Vincentka:
• Drinking cure Vincentka is drunk mostly twice a day on an empty stomach before breakfast and before dinner in doses of about 2,5 3,5 dcl. An effective cure should last 15 through 20 days.
• Vincentka is to be drunk cool or warmed up. During the next half hour no food or drink should be taken.
• Gurgling and rinses of nasal and laryngeal cavities (possibility of using the Vincentka product nasal spray )
• Prevention: drinking cool Vincentka or using it for diluting fruit juices, for Seasoning vegetable salads, for drinking together with alcohol and coffee
•Cooled and mixed with a high-quality dry wine in proportion of 1:1 like wine with soda water, it has an excellent taste, it reduces the acidity of wine.
• For the prevention of dental care to be used for rinsing the mouth
The origin and terroir of Vincentka mineral water
The natural source of Vincentka carbonated mineralspring water is found in the mineral spring structure of the
Luhacovice Spa. Luhacovice lies in the north-western foothills of the White Carpathians. It has a very favourable climate and environment on the border of vast forest complexes at an altitude of 256m above sea level.
The origins of the Luhacovice carbonated mineral waters date back to the Lower Tertiary period (the Paleogene) where local sedimentary rock formation created a basin. The basin contained highly deformed flysch deposits resulting from the movement and the break up of rocks through the ages. This caused the sea water to become trapped in different layers of sandstone in Luhacovice. There are hydraulic reactions in the subsoil that push these underground waters upwards to the surface of the earth. It is this mixture of original residual sea water, underground rivers and juvenile carbon dioxide that makes up the composition of Vincentka as a natural medicinal water.
Vincentka is a unique, natural medicinal spring water which is a strongly mineralised, iodinated and carbonated mineral water of a hydrogencarbonate-chloride-sodium type. It has an increased content of fluorides and boric acid. Vincentka medicinal mineral water, due to its osmotic pressure of 634,7 kPa, is very close to the osmolarity of human blood and intracellular fluid so consequently it blends with the human body. Vincentka can be drunk even in large quantities without causing any digestive discomfort. When inhaled through the spray it is without any disagreeable side effects on the mucous membranes of the respiratory organs. This excellent acceptance and the curative effect are connected with a respective concentration and with the mutual ratio of the main cations in this mineral water. There is no large concentration of gradients on body cell membranes. On the contrary, a high concentration gradient of the chloride ions intracellularly and the bicarbonates extracellularly facilitates the diffusion of the iodide ions from the mineral water into the body tissues. On the mucous membranes the content of the secretional IgA is increased. The calcareous cations of the mineral water penetrate into the cascade of immunological reactions which occur within the surface layers of the mucous membrane. Bicarbonates liquefy the viscous phlegm and facilitate the expectoration in this way. In the case of a drinking cure it is similar to the inhalation where the osmolarity of the mineral water and the physiological concentration of sodium and potassium takes place.
The main importance of bicarbonate and boric acid consists in its function as a puffing agent. The stimulating effect upon the insulin production is attributed to the calcareous cations absorbed together with the lithium cations.