The only Mineral Rich Bottled drinking water in Sri Lanka, revitalizing your body with essential daily mineral supplement.
We are using only Natural Filtration process to keep the quality and mineral concentration of the water as it is in our source. The water is only extracted from deep fractures of hard and massive natural basement rock of 180 feet deep. The aquifer is situated about 250 feet above mean sea level, confined to the wet zone and boundarying to the largest rain forest in Sri Lanka.
We test water daily and regularly for quality, purity, taste, microbiological contaminations and mineral contents. Our water gets its exceptional qualities from the purity of its source. Protected under a fortress of geological layers and extracted through only deep seated fractured aquifer under hard basement rocks.
On its journey through geological layers, our source water slowly but surely acquires a unique mineral balance. Our mineral rich water with 150 TDS, revitalize your body by giving essential daily mineral contents. Because the human body is 60% water, an active person needs at least 8 glasses of water (1.5 l) per day. This water needs to be constantly renewed, even when there is no feeling of thirst.
Throughout pregnancy, water plays a vital role. Water contributes to the formation and renewal of the amniotic fluid, the environment in which your baby develops and lives for the first nine months of life. The quality of the water you drink is therefore crucial both for your own health and your baby’s.
A 10 year old child weighing 30 kg needs at least 1 liter of water per day, plus what he gets from food. A healthier source of hydration than sweetened beverages, Mineral Rich Water provides a unique balance of minerals. So make sure your children drink plenty of water all day long at school and at home.
As you know 60% of your body is made up of water. Taking care of yourselves, especially as you get older, means staying well hydrated all day long and help to feel healthy. But don’t wait until you’re thirsty. After the age of 50, it takes more time to actually feel thirsty. Seniors need to drink at least 1.5 liters of water per day.