Total dissolved solids 94.0 mg/L
The dissolved solids indicate the level of mineralisation in water. The higher it is, the heavier the water. The dissolved solid content of FRISIA water indicates that it is light and therefore aids the good function of our bodies’ natural cleaning processes, assisting with the expulsion of toxins. Frisia is a mineral water.
The pH is a measurement of the concentration of the H+ ions dissolved in the water. Frisia is classified as a mineral water with its pH close to neutral (seven).
Fluorides 0.29 mg/L
The maximum quantity for water intended for young children, stricter than the general limit, is 1.5 mg/L.
Nitrates 4.6 mg/L
The presence of nitrates is correlated to pollution. Frisia’s low concentration of nitrates confirms the purity of its water, which flows in an unspoiled area. The maximum quantity recommended for water intended for young children is 10 mg/L.
Sodium 3.3 mg/L
Sodium is a fundamental ion in maintaining balance in the body. The wrong amount of sodium can lead to water retention, however. Low-sodium diets advise drinking natural mineral waters with a sodium concentration of less than 20 mg/L. With its low sodium content, Frisia is therefore one of these.
Calcium 17.4 mg/L - Bicarbonates 64.0 mg/L - Magnesium 3.0 mg/L
The extremely low quantity of these elements in Frisia water confirms once again how light it is and its classification as a mineral water.