PARÁDI (Csevice II.) carbonated mineral water

Parádi carbonated mineral water
Main solved ingredients:
Magnesium (Mg2+): 37mg/l
Sodium (Na+): 165mg/l
Calcium (Ca2+): 150mg/l
Potassium (K+): 9,1mg/l
Hydrogen-carb. (HCO3): 903mg/l
Sulphate (SO42-): 160mg/l
Chloride (Cl-): 10mg/l
Sum total of ingredients: 1440mg/l


The daily run-off of the spring is limited, so the sodium, calcium, hydro carbonated miner water is very valuable, which is enriched with salts and trace elements from the deep rocks; besides extinguishing thirst, it mineralizes, that is, fills the body with minerals.


It is very suitable for the quick compensation of fluid and salt loss. Since mineral water contains not only calcium, but micro elements (fluorine, etc.) that help its settling into the body, it aids in the development of bones and teeth during adolescence. It prevents their decay and rarefaction (pregnancy, old age). During meals, by sipping it, it decreases stomach and intestinal problems. It helps with the absorption of nutrients and their utilization by the body (biocatalysts). It stimulates the secretion of saliva and gastric acid, which improves appetite.

The product cannot be used in the following cases

In the case of gastritis due to gastric ulcer and acid hypertrophy.

Historical survey

Parad mineral water, found in the garden of the castle, is from the Csevice II. spring. At the end of the 14th century, the head gardener, Orihoda, exploded a dynamite next to the castle and found the Csevice during that time. Later, this spring got the name Csevice II. The well, created in 1903, belonged to the Karolyi estate, and they periodically used it for local consumption. In 1969, the operating corporation decided that from 1970, the spring water will be bottled as carbonated mineral water.