MAGNIFICAT Water Analysis:
|Country of Origin:||Portugal|
|Place:||Serra do Trigo.|
|Status:||Non-Member of the Fine Water Society|
The Archipelago of the Azores, part of Portugal, is located far out in the North Atlantic Ocean, well insulated of the planet's growing pollution. St. Miguel island alone, where the source is located, holds 6 volcanic complexes along many natural treasures. One of such treasures is the unique aquifer deep inside and around the Furnas volcanic complex, on the far east of the island. An immense volume of naturally purified still and sparkling waters is kept protected from all planetary sources of pollution.
Magnificat is the Latin expression for “My Soul magnifies the Lord”. The name was used to baptize the sparkling water born out of the Furnas dormant volcano. The baptism name of this special and unique water source has its origins in the 18th century.
Magnificat is naturally carbonated at a depth of at least 90 meters and at temperatures below 8º C. This process, entirely natural and steady state along all year gives birth to its ultra-smooth and persistent fine carbonic bubbles. It is also a very light water for a naturally carbonated water, with only 241 mg/L of total mineral residue, on average. More than 1/3 of its minerals is naturally dissolved Silica, a compound scientifically proven beneficial for human health at many levels, especially to the regeneration of human tissue walls, such as the brain, heart, liver, arteries, cartilage and bones. One of the very few ways for the human body to absorb Silica is precisely through natural water dissolution.