The Soil Therapy is an ancient method of healing and rejuvenating the body. It takes the use of clay or mud for healing and therapeutic purposes. The mud taken approximately 4 inches below the ground is used for mud therapies, mud packs and mud baths.
About Soil Therapy
This method provides a very soothing effect to the body and helps in healing many ailments such as Eczema, Arthritis, Spondylosis, Kidney problems, Liver malfunction, sexual disorders and muscular rigidity, among others. It also helps in toning up the body by mending the tissues and in enhancing the blood circulation. It provides a very refreshing and enriching experience and makes the body feel healthier and younger.
A mud bath is a bath of mud, commonly from areas where hot spring water can combine with volcanic ash. Mud baths have existed for thousands of years, and can be found now in high-end spas in many countries of the world.
Historically, the mud bath treatment has been used for centuries in Eastern and Western European spas as a way to relieve arthritis.
Soil Therapy come from many sources
- Soil Therapy are spa treatments where the skin is covered in mud for a shorter or longer period. The mud causes sweating, and proponents claim that mud baths can slim and tone the body, hydrate or firm the skin, or relax and soothe the muscles.
- It is alleged that some mud baths are able to relieve tired and aching joints, ease inflammation, or help to "flush out toxins" through sweating.A layer of mud is applied to the skin, and bandages are wrapped over the mud that has been applied.