Medicinal Springs

Liquid gold: The greatest gift of nature to Bad Brückenau, however, is the unique medicinal water. The healing power of the most important natural remedy – medicinal water – bubbles out of five springs.

With extremely low salt content and highly effective mineralisation, they are, even today, the basis for a wide range of indications and applications in the famous kidney medicinal bath.

It is also as tasty as it is versatile, and is therefore used not only for a modern drinking cure but also as an effective mineral bath as well as for bathing. Keen swimmers of all ages can enjoy the medicinal water pool in the Sinnflut bathing paradise, with a water chute and sauna facilities, and in the exclusive Vital Spa you can float in 30 degree warm medicinal water.

By the way: The water from the five springs of the Staatsbad is bottled by the company Staatlicher Mineralbrunnen AG in an ecological oriented bottling plant.
It is also marketed beyond the borders of the region with large success as “Wernarzer Heilwasser”, “Staatliches Brückenauer Heilwasser”, “König Ludwig I. Mineralwasser” and “Staatliches Brückenauer Mineralwasser”.

Wernarzer Spring

Recognized medicinal spring, known since 1747, 60 metres deep, temperature 10 degrees Celsius. A almost sodium chloride and sodium free mineral water with carbonic acid, low number of unattached mineral components.
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King Ludwig 1.-Spring

Steel spring, first edged 1747, 1965 sinked a borehole to 300 metres of depth. Very big flow. The carbonic acidic water with very small bubbles has a high content of iron, calcium and magnesium, which is well absorbable. It is particularly valuable because the content of potassium is higher than that of sodium. Used in baths, it develops a mechanical, thermal and chemical effect.
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Sinnberger Spring

Recognized medicinal spring, well-known since 1749, 50 metres deep. A carbonic acid water very similar to the Wernarzer spring with ample carbonic acid and increased mineralisation, low content of sodium. The small bubbles, the fizzy character and primarily the excellent taste made it to the “Bad Brückenau’s champagne”.
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While the water is slightly acidic and mineral in taste, the unusually high content of dissolved carbon dioxide gives this low-mineral natural water its something special. A large number of trace elements supplement its favourable composition.
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This refreshing mineral water is obtained from a 260 metre deep well, has natural carbonic acid and has extremely low levels of sodium and common salt. The hydrogen carbonate content is claimed to be a protective factor for the gastric and small intestine mucous membranes.

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