The MINERAL WATER is the type of water that has a lot of dissolved minerals or gases in it. Calcium carbonate, magnesium sulphate, potassium, and sodium sulphate are typically found in mineral water from natural springs. Carbon dioxide or hydrogen sulphide can also be used to impregnate it. The mineral water is made by combining salts with distilled water or aerating it with carbon dioxide. Natural and manufactured mineral water have a wide range of mineral content, and in certain situations, are less mineral-rich than conventional tap water. Additionally, MINERAL WATER unlike conventional drinking water, is not chemically treated.