Mohai Ágnes mineral water

Moha village (Hungary) was popularized in 1374 mentioning its mineral water source called 'Blessing water' known about its salutary effects. Today its name is Ágnes source.

The first chemical analysis of the water is from 1810, then it is mentioned in 1835 in Lipcse, and in1876 in Stuttgart. Promoting the water was favoured by The Hungarian Science Academy (MTA) in the 1880's.

According to the chemical analyzis the following components play the key role in the salutary effect: the fizzy calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, lithium, iron oxide, vitriolic calcium, silicic acid and titanic acid. This latter one - the analysis emphasizes - is especial, since it is very rare. Similar ones are noted about a Norway mineral water only.Regarding its curing effects they mention the respiratory and the digestive effects.

The content of sodium is very low, in this manner does not burden the liquid household and the circulatory system of our organism. Hydrogen carbonate-, calcium- and the content of magnesium level is the highest among other Hungarian waters.