Paraffin water for an improved locomotor system
The Lendava thermal mineral water is classified "oil water", meaning that it is enriched by a special composition. It has the temperature of 62 °C at its source and is characterised by a high concentration of paraffin that is beneficial for the skin. Paraffin thermal water was discovered by accident when drilling for oil in 1965. Over time, the locals found that bathing in this water eases problems with the locomotor system that are said to be brought about by age.