Height of the spring: 1,080 m above sea level
Already at the beginning of last century, the first laboratory analyses were made and in the second half of the twentieth century, the trials started at the Institute of Medical Pathology of Genoa University, which judged this water as particularly indicated for the treatment of the kidney stones.
Purity and freshness united with lightness, make this water particularly pleasant and diuretic.
Chemical and Physical Features:
- Dry residue at 180° C: 39,6 mg/lt
- Temperature at the spring: 7,0° C
- Total hardness in French degrees: 1,6
- Concentration of hydrogen ion: 7,2 pH
- Bicarbonates: 18 mg/lt
- Silica: 10,3 mg/lt
- Calcium: 5,0 mg/lt
- Sodium: 3,8 mg/lt
- Nitrates: 3,2 mg/lt
- Chlorides: 2,6 mg/lt
- Magnesium: 0,94 mg/lt