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”.

Urinary tract, kidney malfunctions; positive effects on the mouth and bronchial muscous membrane.

A litre of water contains:


Natrium (Na+)

4,9 mg

Kalium (K+)

4,2 mg

Magnesium (Mg2+)

5,3 mg

Calcium (Ca2+)

14,3 mg

Eisen (Fe)

0,003 mg

Mangan (Mn2+)

0,083 mg


Chlorid (Cl–)

11,7 mg

Sulfat (SO42–)

12,0 mg

Hydrogencarbonat (HCO3–)

52,5 mg

Fluorid (F–)

0,09 mg

Nitrat (NO3–)

3,0 mg

Gaseous substances:

Freies Kohlendioxid (CO2)

1.421 mg