Crazy Water Analysis:
Balance Still
Virginality  
Minerality  
Orientation  
Hardness  
Vintage  
Carbonation  
   
TDS 2,763 mg/l
ph factor 8.2
Hardness 171 mg/l
Nitrate  
Calcium 32 mg/l
Magnesium 19 mg/l
Sodium 904 mg/l
Potassium 5 mg/l
Silica 15 mg/l
Bicarbonate 758 mg/l
Sulfate 1,170 mg/l
Chloride 72 mg/l

Crazy Water is a Member of the Fine Water Society

Source: Well
Location:  
Country of Origin: USA
Region: Texas
Place: Mineral Wells
Established: 1914
Company: Famous Mineral Water Company
Status: Active
Web Site: www.drinkcrazywater.com
phone: +1 940 325 8870
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Crazy Water is drawn from the land laid Brazos River sands in Mineral Wells, Texas. Starting millions of years ago the sands were spread out on an almost flat-laying ancient coastal plain, and in places were assorted by winds. Scattered over the sandy plain were small ponds and lakes that in drying up left deposits of sulphate, chlorides, and carbonates. Later the sand and lake deposits were buried deeply beneath thick layers of clay. The overlying clay, and in the places the sand, were impregnated with minerals left from the evaporated waters.
 
Ground water that enters the sand bed at the outcrop slowly migrates through the ancient sand and clay collecting the minerals to create Crazy Water’s very unique mineral combinations. The different level of mineral content found in our Crazy Water No.3 and 4 comes from the depth from which the well is drilled thus giving each well water its’ unique combination of natural trace minerals. Crazy Water No.2 is created by blending No.3 with water purified from the No.3 well thus giving consumers a lighter tasting, lower content mineral water choice.
 
The waters of Mineral Wells, TX have been making folks feel good inside and out since 1881. The legend goes like this: In late 1881, a women who suffered from dementia would sit by the well all day drinking the mineral water. People slowly began to notice that the crazy old lady was not so crazy anymore. Had the water from the well alleviated the lady’s “crazies”? The water became known as the “Crazy Water” and thousands of people from all over the country flocked to this acclaimed well, including a man named Ed Dismuke. Mr. Dismuke was told by his doctor that there was no remedy for his ailing stomach. But Mr. Dismuke began drinking the “crazy waters” and before he knew it, he was restored to health. In 1904, Mr. Dismuke founded the Famous Mineral Water Company, selling and distributing the mineral water. Now, more than 100 years later, people are still drinking Crazy Water for its rich mineral content created by mother nature.

The History of Famous Mineral Water