Frequently asked questions
What is the curative water?
Curative water: a kind of natural mineral water, which has proven healing effects. When used for internal purposes (drinking, bottling, inhalation) curative water is water that:
- fits the requirement of mineral water, and
- can be drunk or inhaled with compliance to consumer regulation, and
- has proven healing effects.
Which curative water can be drink for slimming cure?
We suggest the MIRA curative water for dieting. Mira helps digestion and it speeds up metabolism. The newest examinations by professor Halmy Laszlo and his partner Dr. Kovacs Ferenc also support this. They treated overweight patients with 1000-1500 kcal energy content diets, which they supplemented with the dosage of 3 x 2 Mira curative water every day; the control group only received the diet. After four weeks, they discovered that the overweight people who drank the Miral glauber salty curative water had lost noticeably more weight than the ones in the control group. Besides this, significant improvement occurred in their serum cholesterol levels (LDL cholesterol and triglyceride, that signifies increased risk of atherosclerosis, decreased in the blood) and the usability of carbohydrates in the body improved (blood sugar level decreased).
Which curative water can be use in case of constipation?
The Hunyadi Janos, Ferenc Jozsef, Mira glauber salty curative waters and the Mira Baby children's curative water all belong to the types of laxative curative waters.The most concrete effects of these water is the cessation of constipation. Their difference mainly lies in their sulpate content, their effectiveness depends on this. Hunyadi Janos is the strongest of these, Ferenc Jozef, Mira, then Mira baby follow in line. We suggest the Hunyadi Janos curative water for those who have been fighting with stubborn constipation for a long time. The Ferenc Jozsef curative water has a slightly milder effect, and we suggest this for those who have not been fighting with the most stubber problem. With the daily dosage of 1-1 dl it ensures regularity. And we suggest the Mira curative water for pregnant women, for the commonly occurring constipation during pregnancy, the prevention of the development of hammeroids, since it is safe and only has a laxative effect. The Mira Baby curative water, as it name indicates, is suggested for toddler and small children, from the age of 3 months.
Where you can obtain curative waters in Hungary!
You can get curative waters in any of the pharmacies in the country; in addition, they can be found in some chain stores (AUCHAN, SPAR, COOP, REAL and CBA) and a bigger selection can also be found in other grocery shops, herbal shops, and drugstores.
How is it possible that the Paradi sulphurous curative water can be used in case of acid deficiency as well as acid reflux?
The Paradi sulphurous curative water can truly be used in both cases, but the time when it is consumed is significant. In the case of acid reflux, it has to be drunk one to two hours before meals, while in the case of acid deficiency it has to be consumed during or after meal. So whether it increases or decrease gastric acid depends on its use.
Which curative water can be used for biliary illnesses?
The MIRA glauber salty curative water has been the typical medical water for biliary illnesses for decades. Its use is suggested for cholestasis, the aftercare of gallbladder infection, for restoration of normal biliary function after surgery, and for the prevention of gallstones. (Based on the newest medical examination, it is especially suggested for the decrease of high cholesterol levels.)
What is the difference between Paradi sulfurous medicinal water and Paradi mineral water?
The difference between the two Paradi waters is that while the Paradi sulfurous medicinal water is used for the prevention, treatment or after-treatment of gastric diseases and stomach complaints, the Paradi mineral water is simply used for thirst quenching.
How can the salty, bitter taste of medicinal waters be alleviated, theirs effects are affected by mixing them with another liquid?
The effect of the medicinal water is not affected if we mix a little juice and tea with it, so you can try it if you are uncomfortable with the salty taste of water. (You can also try to drive it down with a pinched nose, because if our nose is clogged or we pinch it, we don’t feel any taste.)
What is the mineral water?
Natural mineral water: it is for human consumption in its natural state, it is officially recognized water (by OGYFI) which:
- is from protected, underground aquifers layer, from one or more naturally or artificially found springs or wells.
- Is inherently uncontaminated
- has advantageous medical properties because of its mineral and trace element content, as well as other components
- has an almost permanent component and temperature, or is in the limits of natural fluctuation
- does not exceed the allowed component limits listed in regulation [65/2004. (IV.27.) FVM-EszCsM-GKM joint regulation] when bottled.
- suits the regulation requirements in regards to microbiological criteria.
What's the difference between the mineral and spring waters?
65/2004. (IV.27) FVM-ESzCsM-GKM joint regulation determines the rules for the categories of natural mineral water, spring water, drinking water, drinking water enriched with minerals, and drinking water for bottling and marketing purposes. In regards to the components of the water itself, it does not label these because both can have high or low mineral contents. The labels differ from each other in regards to their treatment level. The most strict regulations apply to mineral waters, but spring water follows it within short distance.
Is the Paradi mineral water smelly?
No, the Paradi mineral water isn't smelly. The sulfur content is characteristic only of the Paradi sulfurous medicinal water. In contrast, the Paradi mineral water is a pleasantly refreshing, odorless carbonated water.
What is the difference between mineral water and crystal water?
Mineral water is a summary name (in a separate question you can find its definition in the law), while crystal water is the fantasy name of a Hungarian mineral water.
Where can I get Mira Baby Medicinal Water?
Look for this medicinal water in pharmacies. The pharmacies, even if the water is not in stock, can obtain it from pharmacy wholesalers within 1 day.
Does the high-salt Mira Baby medicinal water harm the baby?
Mira Baby medicinal water is basically a laxative medicinal water. The laxative effect works by having high-salinity water in the intestine, which draw water from the surrounding tissues into the intestine and dilute the content of the intestine and empty it from the body. Salinity is not or only very slightly absorbed from the intestine.
Because of its salty taste, how can Mira Baby Medicinal Water be given to children?
Babies and toddlers usually drink water with a slightly salty taste, but it can be mixed into any favorite liquid. (Water, tea, juice, ... etc.)
From what age can Mira Baby medicinal water be given?
Recommended for stomach upset and constipation from 3 months of age. (You can also try giving smaller infants a teaspoonful.)
For what kind of the problems can the Mira Baby medicinal water be given?
- Gastritis and milder forms of intestinal catarrh:
- viral, bacterial infections
- spoiled, contaminated food and drink
- food that also contains toxic substances, e.g. when consuming mushrooms and other toxic substances, contaminated food (heavy metals: lead, copper,…, etc.).
- stomach and intestinal problems resulting from inadequate nutrition (defecation disorder, bloating, ... etc.)