Mineral therapy or Mud therapy is defined as “hyperthermal” or “hypothermalized mud”
It is derived from the mixing of a solid component (organic and/or inorganic clay) with mineral water (salso-bromo-iodic).
• Mud consists of 53% clay, 36% minerals, 7% organic substances and 4% water.
• Mineral water, as well as temperature & chemical components influence the development of the maturing process of typical microflora.
Local effects of Mud Therapy
• Increase body temperature
• Improve vascularization
• Stimulate metabolic exchange in cartilage
• Local anti-inflammatory