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Geologisch ist dies eine Region mit Dolomitenfelsen aus der Triaszeit, die fast 245 Millionen Jahre alt ist. Das Wasser ist schon 7000 Jahre alt, wenn das Klima dominiert wird. Deshalb ist Jana chemisch und mikrobiologisch rein. Jana befindet sich in einem Pool, dessen Tiefe bis zu 3.000 Meter liegt und von einem 800 Meter tiefen Artesischen Brunnen abstrahiert wird. Wegen der Tiefen, von denen es abstrahiert ist, und die Schichten des Mineralgesteins, können wir sagen, dass die Quelle hydrogeologisch vor allen Arten von Verschmutzung geschützt ist.
The story of Jana
Jana came to life 7,000 years ago, when nature was completely pure. It is hidden at a depth of more than 800 meters and preserves the pristine values of life. Jana’s first encounter with the present world is the moment a bottle is open, when its properties become a part of us. It is abstracted from tremendous depths, under the old dolomite rocks, which makes its mineral composition and the ratio of calcium to magnesium exceptional. For 7,000 years, Jana was a secret kept in a deep well hidden in the middle of the hills of Sveta Jana. The source is located in the picturesque village of Sveta Jana, at the periphery of the Žumberak Nature Park, in north-west Croatia where the main activities are wine growing and agriculture, in an industry-free and almost immaculate surrounding. Geologically, this is a region with dolomite rocks from the Triassic period that are almost 245 million years old. The water is dated back to 7,000 years ago when dry climate dominated the Earth and no organic matter was present. This is why Jana is chemically and microbiologically pure. Jana is located in a pool whose depth reaches as much as 3,000 meters, and it is abstracted from an 800-meter-deep artesian well. Due to the depths it is abstracted from, and the layers of mineral rock, we can say that the source is hydro-geologically protected from all kinds of pollution. Passing through layers of mineral rock, water is additionally protected over the pool itself. The process of collecting water in a natural pool started in the period when the Earth was unpolluted and in complete harmony, up to the moment when man discovered the completely intact, mineral-enriched water and offered it as the perfect gift of nature. Its recognizable, silky taste is the result of a completely natural and gradual process of filtration.
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