Bicarbonate water is the most common type of water in nature and has a wide range of uses which vary depending on the concentration of mineral salts, making it ideal for both classic water treatments, baths, douches, vaginal and rectal irrigations. It is particularly suitable for athletes who need to regain lost minerals during sports performances.
Numerous clinical studies have shown that, in case of digestive disorders, bicarbonate water may have mucolytic properties and relieve the symptom patterns associated with excessive acidity, making this particular type of water perfect for those who suffer from temporary or chronic stomach disorders.
Even in the absence of overt disorders, bicarbonate water improves the overall symptom patterns associated with digestion, accelerating gastric emptying when drunk during meals, or soothing acidity if taken on an empty stomach. As with all mineral water typologies, bicarbonate water is functional to the treatment of urinary disorders, either excessive or deficient.
As for the hepatobiliary system, bicarbonate water exerts positive effects on liver and bile production. Bicarbonate oligomineral water has significant diuretic properties.
The thermal use of this water is highly recommended, as the possibility to take bicarbonate water directly near the spring prevents the dispersion of salts, minerals and beneficial properties during the bottling process.