Hydropinic cure urinary tract

This is one of the oldest therapeutic techniques as it was already known to be in use during the origins of thermal bathing, due to its simplicity of administration and the immediate healing effects on the organism. Two types of water are normally ingested: diuretic waters, which are very weakly mineralised, and contain bicarbonate, sulphur and magnesium; and digestive waters with laxative properties used to regulate the gastrointestinal and liver system, with slightly higher mineralisation and containing bicarbonate, carbon gas, chloride and sulphur.