These thermal waters are ideal to solve conditions related to:
Itching, burning and leucorrhoea are the most common symptoms of mucous inflammations in the female reproductive system. Such inflammations, that are caused by bacteria or toxic agents, can cause vaginitis, salpingitis, etc..
Therapies: vaginal irrigation – vaginal aerosol – mud baths
The sulphur carries out an anti-catarrhal action and mends the tissues of the mucous in the reproductive system. The iodine strengthens the body’s defence system, bromide alleviates pain and sodium chloride disinfects and reduces inflammation.
Our skin is the tissue that protects our body from external agents and must contain 2,4% of sulphur. The sun, cold weather, smog, radiations and all other atmospheric agents, irritate it causing itchiness, cracked skin or wrinkles that make skin age a lot faster. The contents of these thermal waters give temporary relief to skin conditions like psoriasis, etc,...
Therapies: baths/showers – hydromassages. The baths allow the sulphur to normalize the vital skin balance; they allow iodine and sodium chloride to cicatrize and disinfect and bromide to calm down itchiness and pain. The hydromassage reactivates the peripheral circulation, it favours the elimination of poisonous substances that deposit on the skin and the absorption of its important curative elements.
Joints are often subject to sub-acute chronic inflammations, caused by metabolic disorders that cause pain and difficulty in moving.
The mud containing sodium chloride, bromide and iodide has got many hormonal mimetic properties. It is hyper-mineralized, rich of iodide and bromides and has healing properties. It is used against osteoarthrosis, traumatism effects and chronic primary or secondary rheumatisms.
Therapies: mud balneotherapy. The bath containing sodium chloride, bromide and iodide is especially used against chronic inflammations and disinfects, decongests and stimulates. It stimulates the thyroid and ovaries and speeds up the basal metabolic rate. It prevents and slows down the evolution of varicose veins