We can find several minerals in water as Magnesium, Sodium, Calcium, among others.
But we cannot expect the water to supply our daily needs, this is not the function of water.
Regarding the choice of water, they all have different chemical compositions, varying according to the region and the type of soil they pass through.
There are lighter waters, with low mineralisation, characteristic of most of the waters in Portugal, and others with a higher mineral load, more characteristic of the south of the country. The important thing is that they all fulfil their main function, to hydrate.
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The Thermal Spring Complex is open to the public for twelve months, responding to current trends of the Health and Well-being segment.
The distinguishing facilities of the Luso Thermal Spring, surrounded by the indescribable beauty of the Bussaco Mountain Range with its centuries-old forestation, allow the recovery of the perfect balance between Body, Mind and Soul.
The Medical Center is focused on specialised medical support, in particular physical rehabilitation and prevention programmes.
The Thermal Spring Complex is open to the public all year round, responding to current trends of the Health and Well-being segment.
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The deep circuit travelled by the rain waters gives Luso Thermal Water a low mineralisation. It is therefore considered a hyposaline water, that is to say, water with very little mineralisation, commonly called very light water.
The fact the water reaches great depths below ground also causes the heating of the water that emerges, by the interposition of an impermeable geological barrier that forces the concentrated rise of the waters. The water that rises to the surface is around 28ºC, making it, therefore, mesothermal.