Curative water offer
‘Franciszek’ curative water
The ‘Franciszek’ curative water is recommended with regard to peptic ulcer therapy, heartburn, chronic gastritis and duodenitis, gallbladder and bile duct diseases, constipation. It is also used to treat chronic upper respiratory tract inflammation (during inhalations). Contraindications: hypertension, thyroid diseases.
‘Henryk’ curative water
The ‘Henryk’ curative water brings relief to individuals suffering from hyperacidity, peptic ulcer disease, metabolic disorders and bile duct diseases. It is also recommended to those suffering from iodine deficiency and as an accompanying measure to diabetes treatment. Contraindications: thyroid diseases.
‘Jan’ curative water
The ‘Jan’ curative water is mainly used in kidney stone therapy due to its diuretic properties. Other indications include: upper and lower respiratory tract diseases, rheumatic diseases, orthopaedic diseases and injuries, obesity and osteoporosis.
‘Słotwinka’ curative water
Due to the high magnesium content, ‘Słotwinka’ curative water is recommended with regard to stress relief therapy, hyperexcitability, neurosis and neurological diseases. It has anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties. Other indications: therapies aimed at achieving normal blood coagulability, tightening of blood vessels and digestive system inflammation.
‘Józef’ curative water
The ‘Józef’ curative water is recommended primarily with regard to treatment of urologic diseases, e.g. inflammation of the urinary tract, kidney stones and gout. It perfectly cleanses the kidneys. Do not eat any fresh fruit half an hour before drinking water.
‘Zuber’ curative water
The ‘Zuber’ curative water is used to alleviate ailments connected with the digestive tract, including: hyperacidity, heartburn, peptic ulcer therapy, liver and bile duct treatment. It lowers the increased sugar level and blood cholesterol level effectively. Consequently, it is used as supportive treatment in diabetes and arteriosclerosis.
Attention! Before consumption, please check the label containing information about indication and contraindications for use and consult a physician.