The most popular Georgian mineral waters. Kokotauri mineral water and Kokotauri resort.
Kokotauri water is popularly called the "elixir of immortality". The therapeutic and health-improving properties of this water have long been proven and are known not only in Georgia, but also in other countries around the world. This water helps in the treatment of gastritis, ulcers, hepatitis and many other diseases.
RESORT PLACE KOKOTAURI
The municipality of Kedi is located in the middle reaches of the Acharistskali River, between the municipalities of Khelvachauri, Kobuleti and Shuakhevi. In the southern part of the municipality, the Georgian-Turkish border runs along the Shashvet ridge. The Kedi mountain region is rich in minerals (brick clay, facing stones, wood, copper, gold and non-ferrous metals), as well as mineral and medicinal waters.
Among the waters, the mineral water "Kokotauri", popularly called the elixir of immortality, is very popular. In 1972, it began to be bottled. In 1998, at one of the exhibitions in Paris, the Kokotauri water won first place and a gold medal.
In 2012, another poorly mineralized water "Gundauri" began to be bottled. The water source "Gundauri" flows to the surface of the earth in the Kedsky district, on the left bank of the Merisi River (the left tributary of the Acharistskali River), at the foot of the northern slope of the Shashvetsky ridge. It is used in the treatment of diseases of the digestive system and diabetes mellitus.
Location: Acharistskali River valley, southeast of Batumi.
Distance: from Keda - 10 km, from Batumi - 50 km, from Tbilisi - 420 km.
Altitude above sea level: 680 m
Climate: subtropical, characteristic of low mountains.
Wed. annual precipitation: 1500 mm.
Average relative humidity per year: 77%.
Duration of sunshine per year: 1900 hours.
Natural healing factors: the climate of the low mountains. Carbon dioxide, sulfate-bicarbonate, sodium-magnesium-calcium (and magnesium-calcium) mineral waters with a total mineralization of 2.4-3.2 g/dm3.
Flow rate: 12000 l/day.
Types of treatment: internal intake of mineral waters, passive climatotherapy.
Therapeutic indicators: chronic gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, infectious hepatitis, chronic pancreatitis.
Welcome to the municipality of Kedi, a unique area located around the middle course of the Acharistskali River and surrounded by magnificent natural attractions. However, one of the most precious treasures of this area is the water of Kokotauri, also known as the "elixir of immortality". This water has long earned a reputation as a magical remedy with therapeutic and healing properties. Its value is unchanged and widely recognized both in Georgia and in other countries around the world. It is believed to help in the treatment of such common diseases as gastritis, ulcers, hepatitis and many others. No wonder that people from all over the world come here to try this amazing "elixir of immortality" and experience its healing power on themselves. The mineral water has become a real symbol of Kedi and is extremely popular not only in Georgia, but also abroad. This water was originally bottled in 1972, and since then its reputation has only grown. In 1998 at a prestigious exhibition in Paris, "Kokotauri" was awarded first place and a gold medal, confirming its exceptional quality and taste. However, this is not the only mineral water produced in Kedi. In 2012, another water, known as "Gundauri" was bottled. This slightly mineralized water flows to the surface of the earth, on the left bank of the Merisi River, at the foot of the northern slope of the Shashvet ridge. "Gundauri" is also popular and used for medical purposes. It is particularly effective in treating diseases of the digestive system and diabetes. These two waters, are the real treasures of this area and attract the attention of both tourists and medical specialists. Their unique properties and natural purity make them not only delightful drinks, but also important elements in the treatment process.
Kedi is also famous for its wealth of natural resources. Extensive reserves of minerals such as brick clay, facing stones, timber, copper, gold and base metals can be found in the mountainous region. The region is also known for its mineral and healing waters, which are enriched with beneficial minerals and can have beneficial effects on health and well-being.
Kokotauri is a small region located in the picturesque Acharistskali River Valley, southeast of Batumi. This amazing corner of Georgia is only 10 kilometers from Keda, 50 kilometers from Batumi, and an impressive 420 kilometers from Tbilisi. With its location in a valley and at an altitude of 680 meters above sea level, it offers unique conditions for rest and healing. Its relief is mountainous and it is surrounded by beautiful low-mountainous landscapes. It has a subtropical climate, typical of the region, with a high annual rainfall of 1,500 millimeters. The average relative humidity is 77%, and the duration of sunshine pleases residents and guests of the area for 1900 hours per year.
However, the peculiarity of the resort is its therapeutic natural resources. There are rivers with mineral water, which have valuable therapeutic properties. Carbonate, sulphate-hydrocarbonate, sodium-magnesium-calcium and magnesium-calcium mineral waters with a total mineralization of 2.4 to 3.2 g/dm³ are a real treasure. The daily flow rate of these waters is an impressive 12,000 liters. The mineral waters are used for internal acceptance and passive climatotherapy. This place is a real refuge for those who suffer from chronic gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, infectious hepatitis and chronic pancreatitis. Treatment with mineral waters and the beneficial climate of the low mountains helps alleviate the symptoms of these diseases and improve the quality of life.
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