Tourmaline Spring will be at the FineWaters International Water Tasting Competition in Ecuador!

The FineWaters International Water Tasting Competition 2018 will be held in Ecuador May 22 and 23, 2018. After winning a Gold medal in the 2017 competition tesalia cbc was selected to host the 2018 event at the beautiful Chalet Güitig in Machachi. Like wine water deserves attention and the FineWaters International Water Tasting Competiton in[…]

Seth speaks abut Tourmaline Spring at the Maine Mineralogical Society in Portland Maine 2/17/18

Seth speaks at the Maine Mineralogical & Geological Society about finding big pockets of crystals, how crystaline granite bodies make perfect drinking water and saving the world through small business! https://www.mainemineralclub.org As a kid, I went crazy over crystals! After discovering a fossil as a kid, I was turned on to gemstones crystals, rocks and[…]

Tourmaline Spring is a member of the Fine Water Society

MICHAEL MASCHA | Creator and publisher of FineWaters, a web site portal that is the definitive voice for water connoisseurs and their accompanying lifestyle. The web site and its associated online community is the leading destination for education and a resource for consumers in the multi-billion dollar bottled water industry. Dr. Mascha holds a PhD[…]

Raw Water: be smart, not scared

Raw Water: Be Smart, Not Scared by Carly Nuday, PhD. Her website: theuniverseofwater.com Her powerful book about water structure Water Codes Original article posted at OMTimes “Raw water” has been making a lot of headlines lately. From being touted as a Silicon Valley trend to being slammed for supposed safety concerns, the reporting on the topic has been[…]

Message in Response to Raw Water from the founder of Lemurian Springs in New Zealand

As a water researcher, author and founder of a rare, all natural, high alkaline water company in New Zealand, I wanted to write something in support of Tourmaline Spring. I have witnessed a media frenzy around the ‘hot’ topic of raw water lately. However, whenever there’s a frenzy, there’s often innocents that get hurt in[…]

Raw Water – the TRUTH of the trend from the pioneers who created it

  Raw Water – the TRUTH of the trend from the pioneers who created it – The recent media blitz that has escalated in regards to Raw Water, is a testament to how disconnected from nature our human species has become. It is incredible to witness how many of the ‘experts’ in our country have[…]

Tourmaline Spring on TV show Greenlight Maine!

A big thank you 🤗 to Greenlight Maine for giving Tourmaline Spring a chance to compete and get more exposure in our amazing state of Maine! Just being granted the opportunity to be a contestant on this show makes everyone a winner! Thank you for helping Maine entrepreneurs to get the exposure that we at[…]

BIG NEWS: Tourmaline Spring is “visionary compassion in action”- aligning itself with the perfect 501c3

BIG NEWS! Tourmaline Spring aligns itself with the Primary Water Institute (a 501c3 non-profit organization) to bring clean water to people, villages and endangered animals in 3rd world countries who have none. (very abbreviated transcripts below. Link to more descriptive article below) What is primary water? In junior high school science class, we were taught[…]

Tourmaline Spring: science confirms – a rare geologic phenomena and unique expression of natural drinking water!

A Rare Geologic Phenomenon For decades Tourmaline Spring in Harrison Maine has long been referred to as a “rare geologic phenomenon”. And over the past year and a half, it has been touted as the naturally purest, best tasting and most prized drinking water on the planet by everyone from enthusiastic consumers to discerning water[…]

Here’s what a world renowned hydrogeologist has to say about the rarity of Tourmaline Spring

“Tourmaline Spring in the state of Maine is a rare high-elevation source of primary spring water that is an anomaly amongst all the known prolific spring water sources on the planet. It bubbles out of the ground as a cold spring (46 degrees), with a remarkably low TDS (59), in a complex, highly, mineralized granite[…]