Do they add minerals in water during the process to make it mineral water? :blink:

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  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    In many case no.they pack a simple water and sold it to the people...mostly railway mineral waters.................

  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    In many case no.they pack a simple water and sold it to the people...mostly railway mineral waters.................


    And what they do if it is real mineral water? :blink:

  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    Hahahahhahaha

    Tecnically speaking, water is a basic medium for some minerals like iron. Water, basically alkaline has some amount of minerals. The acceptable Total dissolved quantity drinkable is 60 ppm, hence some mineral water bottling units fortify the water.

    It is a strict rule not to include 'mineral' in the bottles lable,so cleverly they just mention it as 'packaged drinking water'

    excessive minerals are toxins to our body

    Swetha Shenoy

  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    In many case no.they pack a simple water and sold it to the people...mostly railway mineral waters.................


    And what they do if it is real mineral water? :blink:


    I cannot understand what you will to ask me.........can you explain little bit...........

  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    Hahahahhahaha

    Tecnically speaking, water is a basic medium for some minerals like iron. Water, basically alkaline has some amount of minerals. The acceptable Total dissolved quantity drinkable is 60 ppm, hence some mineral water bottling units fortify the water.

    It is a strict rule not to include 'mineral' in the bottles lable,so cleverly they just mention it as 'packaged drinking water'

    excessive minerals are toxins to our body


    That's exactly is mineral water but most of the people think they add some minerals to make it mineral water. :laugh:

  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    By the taste of the water we can say easily whether it is a mineral water or not. there are few companies who genuinely provide mineral water. so while getting mineral water we have to prefer them.

    Slow and Steady Wins the Race.


  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    Hahahahhahaha

    Tecnically speaking, water is a basic medium for some minerals like iron. Water, basically alkaline has some amount of minerals. The acceptable Total dissolved quantity drinkable is 60 ppm, hence some mineral water bottling units fortify the water.

    It is a strict rule not to include 'mineral' in the bottles lable,so cleverly they just mention it as 'packaged drinking water'

    excessive minerals are toxins to our body


    Swetha, thanks for more info. Actually the bottled water that we buy is not at all mineral water, but purely tap water. Proper mineral water is supposed to be water that is collected from natural springs and that contains minerals in healthy proportions.

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    By the taste of the water we can say easily whether it is a mineral water or not. there are few companies who genuinely provide mineral water. so while getting mineral water we have to prefer them.


    This is good idea but many fraud company notice this and they dissolve chemical that look like a drinking water and also use logo use by Genuine company.........

  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    Hahahahhahaha

    Tecnically speaking, water is a basic medium for some minerals like iron. Water, basically alkaline has some amount of minerals. The acceptable Total dissolved quantity drinkable is 60 ppm, hence some mineral water bottling units fortify the water.

    It is a strict rule not to include 'mineral' in the bottles lable,so cleverly they just mention it as 'packaged drinking water'

    excessive minerals are toxins to our body


    Swetha, thanks for more info. Actually the bottled water that we buy is not at all mineral water, but purely tap water. Proper mineral water is supposed to be water that is collected from natural springs and that contains minerals in healthy proportions.


    Yes, that is the law of nature. But because of the rise in pollution we cannot even drink the spring water,except in some untouched countries....untouched by pollution.

    Now, if you see, in some places, like in kerala, they have introduced Reverse Osmosis drinking water to tap water and the water is good.

    Municipalities just filter the water and they dont purify it, that is what our great municipal corporations do.

    With the increase of poullution, just boiling the water is not enough, we need to filter and purify it and then it is fit for consumption...

    Swetha Shenoy

  • Re: Is mineral water a mineral water?

    by » 8 years ago


    But suraj, Original is always Original. So We can make out which is duplicate or which is original

    Slow and Steady Wins the Race.


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