Our water comes from an artesian spring, the most potable and pure water available. This water comes from an aquifer, a large running river deep underground that filters, charges, and structures the water naturally.
An aquifer is formed from a layer of sediment and very porous rock, usually sandstone. Sandstone is able to capture and transfer large amounts of water. Artesian wells are the remnants of water that are caught or stored between layers of rock. Since water can not penetrate all rock, gravity and rock density determine the path. The water follows the path of least resistance until the pressure becomes so great that something must move. When the pressure from the groundwater above becomes so strong the artesian spring is forced to the surface or to fill large caverns. They can come through faults and softer layers of sediment. This water is generally very cold and free from contaminants as it has been protected through many layers of rock.
Artesian wells are sometimes overexploited, pollutants reach the base aquifer and then all the water is contaminated. It is important that we protect the natural resources of the earth and this applies to our aquifers, artesian wells, and springs. Our resource of potable water is becoming harder to find in nature and man-made remedies are expensive and not very effective.
Our spring has been maintained in pristine condition since the beginning. It is extremely pure, hydrating alive, and revitalizing.
This is the water that hydrates the forest, our farm, that we drink, shower, and soak in. When you come to improve your health, or your spirit, or to participate in any of our water therapy, you start with a great advantage.