The product is intended for domestic preparation of mineralized water, similar in composition to the natural Karlovy Vary springs. Dissolve 1 tablet in 1 glass (200 ml) of warm water. The Czech spa Karlovy Vary is one of the oldest spas in the world. The official date of its opening is 1358, when Emperor Charles IV founded the city of Karlovy Vary around the wonderful natural springs. Warm mineral springs that come to the surface in the form of geysers are formed by millennial penetration of surface waters through layers of rocks to a depth of more than 2000 meters. The time during which today's Karlovy Vary water was produced is longer than the productive activity in the region. That is why the mineral water of Karlovy Vary springs is still ecologically clean and has retained its constant composition for many centuries. The mention of salt obtained by evaporating Karlovy Vary mineral water dates back to the beginning of the 17th century. Since 1882, salt has been produced at the Vřídelní Sůl factory. In 2012, a new plant was launched, where salt of the highest quality is produced. By dissolving this salt, you can get water anywhere in the world that is indistinguishable from mineral water from a spring. Carlsbad salt does not contain substances that are alien or harmful to the human body. In its composition there is, and most importantly, in the amount allowed for the body sodium, potassium, chlorides, magnesium, selenium, phosphorus, iron, silicon, copper, lithium, zinc, fluorine. In total, salt contains up to 40 different elements. According to the balneological classification, Karlovy Vary salt belongs to the natural bicarbonate-sulfate sodium chloride salt.
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Acidity regulators sodium bicarbonate and citric acid, Karlovy Vary salt, stabilizer polyethylene glycol, L-leucine.
1 tablet contains 1 g of Karlovy Vary salt.
Food concentrate based on natural mineral Karlovy Vary salt, 20 soluble tablets of 3.5 g
Store in a dry place, out of the reach of children, at a temperature not exceeding 25 °C.