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Bubble Sulfate Spring 4 Tips
- Jun 07, 2017 -

What is the sulphate spring? What is the classification and efficacy of sulphate springs? Sulfate spring is the total solid content of more than 1 in 1L spring water. The anion is mainly sulfuric acid ions, cationic mainly sodium, calcium, magnesium, when the main formation of sodium sulfate. Sulfate spring can be divided into sodium sulfate hot springs, calcium sulphate hot springs and known as the "cerebral hemorrhage soup" magnesium sulfate hot springs, respectively, have different effects.

1, containing sodium ion sulfate spring - especially for gastrointestinal dysfunction soaked. It can promote the secretion of digestive juice, often soak this spring can help improve gastrointestinal discomfort, digestion and absorption of bad symptoms. In addition to the treatment of constipation.

2, calcium sulfate containing chalcate spring - especially for patients with atherosclerosis soaked in patients with atherosclerosis often soak this hot spring condition will be improved, because calcium is not only an excellent sedative effect, but also enhance the cardiovascular Function, but the more serious cases do not soak hot springs.

3, with magnesium ions in the sulfate spring - especially for patients with high blood pressure soaked, this hot spring contains the effect of calm and blood pressure, so often soaked in this spring can improve the condition of patients with hypertension. The same recommended serious illness do not bubble.

4, containing aluminum ion sulfate spring - especially for mucosal inflammation who soak, aluminum ions on the skin and mucous membranes have a good convergence effect, can improve the inflammation of the mucous membrane symptoms, accelerate the repair of tissue function. It is recommended to soak the hot springs four or five hours after the rinse with water.

This International Standard specifies the weight method for the determination of sulphates in water. This standard applies to ground water, groundwater, salt water, domestic sewage and industrial wastewater. This standard can accurately determine the sulfate content of 10mg / L or more water samples, the determination of the upper limit of 5000mg / L. If the sample is suspended, the results of the silica, nitrate and nitrite can be high. Alkali metal sulfates, especially alkali metal bisulfates, often result in low yields. Iron and chromium and other effects of the complete precipitation of barium sulfate, the formation of iron and chromium sulfate also results in low. Precipitation in acidic media prevents barium carbonate and barium phosphate from settling, but high acidity increases the solubility of barium sulfate precipitates.