SiEnergy Water Analysis:
|Country of Origin:||Russia|
|Company:||Voda Kristalnay - Ulyanovsk|
|phone:||+7 927 207 1056|
In 2008, the "PURE WATER"(Samara) company organized an expedition to a special source of water in Russia. The purpose of the expedition was to understand what is the biological bennefits of the water considered a “holy sources” and why taking water and bathing in these sources is said to allow people to be free of diseases, to improve their mental and emotional state.
The expedition included leading physicists, chemists, physicians, psychologists, psychoanalysts. Also, to cover the course of the expedition a photo reporter, a video operator and an artist have been included. They filmed and prepared materials for a book and for a documentary about water.
The spring with unique properties is located in the village Podkurovka of Ulyanovsk region. It is a naturally water with a high content of silica and with an optimal pH for the human body. The water from this spring has been called SiEnergy.
The spring is located on the right bank of the Volga River. A characteristic property of this area is the old-growth forest. The geological feature of this region is the paleogene system of the right bank, composed of quartz sands, in which lenses and layers of dense sand clays containing pyrite are noted can be found, as well as layers of diatomites and gaize. In addition, marls and gray shale clays are located over sand clays. The upper layer of the subterranean cover is calcareous rocks that contain light gray marls. The soil cover combines a variety of black earth soils and forest dark gray soils.
Concerning hydrogeology, the region is characterized by the presence of numerous aquatic horizons, most of which have horizons of Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene deposits. The water of these horizons belongs to the hydrocarbonate calcium type. The presence of diatomite deposits in the Paleogene system allows water to accumulate silicon in its mineral composition. That’s why many spring sources of this region are characterized as hydrocarbonate-calcium-silicon.