Here is a picture of the water report from a spring in Weisbaden Germany. If you think all water in Germany is soft, well think again. This spring is the Baeckerbrunnen, or baker's spring. In the analysis Sodium is listed as Natrium, which is where the "Na" comes from. Some will get a kick out of this!
Sorry for the glare. The water might be good for a Gose, as there is a lot of salt in this water, it does taste salty. The Calcium, Mg, and bicarbonate levels are also very high, but the sulfate is not as high as I would of thought from the smell of the spring.
People drink it but there is this warning on an adjacent sign.
The bottom says "Recommended Daily Dose - Do not drink more than 1 liter per day" must be due to the Strontium level I would think.
The first report had other minerals such as Iron, Nickel, and other metals. The glare was to high for those to show up. Here is picture of the spring. Notice the minerals on the tap and the basin. The spring flows 65 liters per minute at 490
C. It is a hot spring, and there are >20 Wiesbaden, which translates to Meadow Springs.
The spring is a local landmark in Weisbaden, along with some of the others. Some springs feed mineral baths that you can soak in, as that is said to be good for aching joints. Here is a picture of the spring's building and some random Frau standing in front.