Mud treatment is one of the effective treatments that are used to treat many diseases, and it also helps to improve health through several methods such as improving the skin and getting rid of rashes, in addition to avoiding seasonal diseases.
Clay has the ability to heal the body from the inside, because it contains many vital minerals that fight bad toxins in the body, as well as treat chronic health problems.
Benefits of mud therapy:
Clay works strongly to absorb toxins in the body, and when you put a layer of clay around the stomach, it improves the digestion process in the body and removes toxins naturally, and also works to accelerate the body’s metabolism.
Fight headache or fever
Placing mud containers around the abdomen area counteracts excessive heat and cools the body from the inside. It also affects faster during heat stroke when you get a bad headache. What distinguishes these alternative treatments is that they have no side effects.
The biggest benefit of mud is to treat skin problems. According to Ayurveda, the clay removes toxins and controls the bad effects of beta in the body. At the same time, the clay detoxifies the skin from any impurities, leaving you with smoother complexion. It can also help you cleanse your skin during pollution.
Naturopaths and alternative therapists prescribe clay for neurological problems such as stress, sleep disturbances, and anxiety, as well as sciatica and post-traumatic stress disorder, as the clay absorbs toxins from the surface and cleans blocked or tense pathways around the brain.
Good for the eyes
Since ancient times, it has been believed that applying a thin layer around the eyes rejuvenates and promotes eye health. Clay relieves stress and can also help with inflammation and allergies. Studies have said that mud baths reduce the risk of developing glaucoma with age.
Mud treats rheumatic conditions 100%, with regard to the spine, lymphadenitis, rheumatoid patients and chronic joint rheumatism types. Where doctors advise to perform mud baths for those affected by accidents accompanied by fractures, to help them heal fractures and restore blood circulation to normal, as well as in cases of trunk, bruises, tendon tightening and joint stiffness resulting from a fracture or a stump.