How did nature create Magnesia?
The Slavkov Forest Protected Landscape Area
an isle of virgin nature in the heart of west Bohemia, provides the utmost protection to the local springs.
The water from the infiltration area of the central part of the Slavkov Forest penetrates through several layers of rock, which function as a natural filter. The water is protected against any influence of modern civilization.
The meeting of water with carbon dioxide of Tertiary magmatic origin – CO2 rises to the surface through fissures and along fault lines. It meets with water and dissolves in it, which in turn aids in the dissolution of other minerals. Carbon dioxide makes Magnesia naturally and very delicately sparkling.
In the depths of the Earth, the carbonated water is naturally enriched with minerals from the surrounding rock environment. Magnesia acquires its unique magnesium content from the rock known as serpentine.
Depth of 100 meters
Magnesia mineral water is collected directly from its natural source in the depth of 100 meters without any human intervention.