Mud Bath

The type of mud (sulphuric, alkaline mineral, saline mineral), is determined by the specific curative properties of the water.

A single mud bath therapy treatment is divided into four separate sessions: thermal mud, thermal bath, reaction, and massage.

Thermal mud can be applied on a particular part or all over the body. Temperatures ranging from 39 to 42 degrees C for not less than 15 minutes and no more than 30 minutes.

After a warm shower to remove the mud, The next step in the treatment is to bathe at a temperature varying between 36 to 38 degrees C for 10 minutes.

The reaction phase is where perspiration begins. Lying down on a bed, or in the fresh air for about 30 minutes wrapped yourself in a warm blanket or long hooded robe.

It is important to protect the back of the neck from getting chilled. An invigorating massage at this point will effectively remove blocks to healing.

The cure cycle is 10 consecutive treatments at one per day at a rate of one cycle per year.