Aix-les-Bains (Savoy) contains sulphur and a curious organic matter called Baregine, which renders it easy of digestion, oily, and suitable for massage. It is anti-rheumatic in action. The resort is open nearly all the year; the season of greatest benefit is from April 1st to November 1st.
Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen, Prussia) is a sulphurous saline water containing sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, sodium and potassium sulphates, sulphuretted hydrogen, and carbonic acid. The water may be imported, and is drunk or used for baths. The two seasons extend from May 15th to September 30th, and from September 15th to March 31st.
Alexisbad (Germany) has three springs of chalybeate water: Alexisbrunnen, Schonheitsquelle, and Stahlbrunnen or Grotte. Open from May 20th to September 20th. The water contains iron, manganese, potassium chloride, and free carbonic acid.
Allevard (Isere, France) is a carbonated sulphurous water containing calcium and magnesium bicarbonates, sodium chloride, calcium, sodium, and magnesium sulphates, free sulphuretted hydrogen, carbonic acid, and nitrogen. The water may be imported and the season at the spring is from June 1st to September 1st.
Apenta (near Budapesth) is an aperient water containing magnesium, sodium, and calcium sulphates, sodium chloride, with small quantites of lithium and potassium sulphates. It is imported.
Apollinaris (Neuenahr, Germany) is a stable acidulated alkaline water and contains sodium chloride, calcium and magnesium bicarbonates, with a large excess of carbonic acid. It is imported.
Arabella (Hungary) is a saline aperient water used as a mild purgative and contains magnesium and sodium sulphates similar to Apenta. It is imported.
Baden-Baden (Germany) is a lithiated arsenical water. The season at the springs is summer, and the water is imported.
Baden (near Vienna) is a sulphurous water containing calcium and sodium sulphates. It rises warm and has in it free carbonic acid. The place is open throughout the year.
The only true thermal water in England. Saline, 21 grains in 20 oz. Chiefly calcium sulphate and small quantities of sodium sulphate and magnesium chloride, with carbonic acid gas and nitrogen. Several baths varying in temperature from 88° to 120° F. (31.1° to 48.8° C). For chronic rheumatism, gout, and paralysis. The water is aerated and sold in bottles under the name of Sulis Water. Radium has been discovered in the waters of Bath and Buxton.
Bethesda (Wisconsin, U. S. A.) is an alkaline water which is bottled for use. It contains calcium and magnesium bicarbonates.
Buda-Pesth, St. Lucasbad (Hungary) is a warm sulphurous water which contains potassium, sodium, and calcium sulphates and sulphuretted hydrogen. It is used for bathing (sulphur mud baths) and the hot water is taken internally. The place is frequented all the year.
Buffalo Lithia (Mecklenburg Co., Va., U. S. A.) is an alkaline lithiated table water. There are three springs, of which No. 2 is the chief. The water contains calcium bicarbonate and sulphate, carbonic acid, and sulphuretted hydrogen. The place is open from June 15th to October 1st, or the water may be obtained bottled.
Buxton (Derbyshire) is a slightly saline water contaming sodium chloride, magnesium carbonate, calcium carbonate, free nitrogen, and carbonic acid. The place is open all the year round or the water may be bottled.
Carlsbad (Bohemia) is a lithiated alkaline water from a number of springs practically all the same; that known as Sprudel is the most important. The water contains sodium bicarbonate, sulphate, and chloride, lithium and calcium bicarbonates, and carbonic acid. Season all the year round, principally in July. The water may be imported. Carlsbad Sprudel Salts (dry and crystals) are also supplied.
Condillac (France) is an imported alkaline acidulated table water.
Driburg (Westphalia) is a chalybeate, tonic, aperient water containing sodium sulphate, magnesium sulphate, bicarbonate of calcium and magnesium, some iron and magnanese, and carbonic acid. Season from May 1st to October 10th, or the water may be imported.
Eaux Bonnes (Basses-Pyrenees, France) is a mild sulphurous water similar to Bareges and Cauterets. It contains sodium sulphate and chloride, calcium sulphate, and sulphuretted hydrogen. Principal season from June 1st to October 1st, or the water may be imported.
Ems-Bad (Germany) is an alkaline saline water that rises warm and contains sodium, calcium, and magnesium bicarbonates, sodium chloride, and free carbonic acid. Season May 1st to September 30th, or the water may be imported.
Fontalis is a pure alkaline table water, aerated and bottled at Harrogate. It contains chlorides and carbonates free from lime and magnesium salts.
Friedrichshall (Saxe-Meiningen, Germany) is an active diuretic and aperient water that is imported. It contains magnesium and sodium sulphates, sodium chloride, and magnesium chloride.
Harrogate (Yorkshire) is a sulphurous water containing sodium sulphate, sodium, magnesium, and calcium chlorides, calcium carbonate, magnesium bromide, and sulphuretted hydrogen. It possesses aperient and diuretic properties. The season is summer and winter or the water may be had in bottles.
Hunyadi Janos (Buda-Pesth) is an imported aperient water containing large percentages of magnesium and sodium sulphates, sodium chloride, and sodium and calcium bicarbonates.
Kissingen (Bavaria, Germany), Rakoczy and Pauden springs, is a saline aperient water containing sodium and potassium chlorides, and iron and calcium bicarbonates. It is imported.
Kissingen (Bavaria) Bitter Water is an aperient containing magnesium and sodium sulphates and carbonic acid.
Leamington is a bottled saline water containing sodium, magnesium, and calcium sulphates, sodium, calcium, and magnesium chlorides, and ferrous carbonate.
Malvern (Worcestershire) is a bottled water practically free from saline matter, and contains no organic matter.
Marienbad (Bohemia). There are several springs, alkaline, saline, chalybeate, and acidulated. The waters contain sodium sulphate, chloride, bicarbonates of alkaline earth metals, ferrous iron, and free carbonic acid. It is supplied in powder or crystals, and tablets are also made. The season is summer, or the water may be imported.
Nauheim (Germany) is a chalybeate iron and lithia water used in skin and rheumatic affections and heart diseases.
Salutaris is pure distilled water, still or aerated, for table use.
Saratoga (U. S. A.) is an alkaline saline water from the "Congress" or "Hathorn" springs. It contains sodium chloride and iodide, bicarbonates of calcium and magnesium, and free carbonic acid. It is a mild aperient. The place is open all the year round, or the water may be obtained in bottles.
Selters, or Seltzer Water (on the Lahn, Nassau), Ober and Nieder springs, is an alkaline acidulated table water containing sodium chloride, bicarbonates, and carbonic acid. It is imported.
Spa (Belgium) is an imported ferruginous water containing ferrous bicarbonate and free carbonic acid. The season is summer.
Sulis (Bath Water, aerated) is an aperient table water containing calcium and sodium sulphates, magnesium, and sodium chloride.
Vichy (Allier, France) is an imported alkaline, acidulated water from one of the springs: Grande-Grille, H6pital, Celestins, or Parc. The place is open from May 15th to September 30th.
Wiesbader (Nassau) Kochbrunnen is an antacid water containing sodium and potassium chlorides, magnesium and sodium bicarbonates, and free carbonic acid. The place is open all the summer or the water may be imported.