help in gynaecological diseases
substance from the depths of the earth
Live mud that
is taken from marsh land, the warm humidity of the dark soil,
alluvium of the sea can be useful in gynaecological diseases.
What do these peloides ? contain, what kind of effect they have:
Plunging into the soft, idle darkness can be refreshing, letting
the constant warmth wrap you up, closing your eyes and relaxing.
That is what you
feel when you get into a mud bath. And it is all worth it for
such a bath. However, mud containing baths and wrap ups and a
sort of marsh tampon as an innovation provide an
easy relaxation besides more intensive effects are attributed
to them. These are classical treatment methods that come from
the depths of the earth. Mud baths and wrap ups are at
the disposal of gynaecology for a long time. Head doctor of Bad
Salzuflen rehabilitation clinic Dr. Barbara Ehret-Wagener, has
observed in her patients that: ‘’In women who do not
have ovulation, whose tubes and the uterus have lover functions
this sort of effect for example: regular ovulation can be provided
by regular functioning tubes“. Thus, in some women, this
method contributes to obtaining wanted babies.
Mud in ovary inflammation and problems ???
in the path to pregnancy are chronic lover abdominal pain and
the pelvic area, frequent tube inflammation as well as deformity
and affixation in the abdominal area. In most cases, these have
been reduced or eliminated the same way with mud baths. Also,
small cysts can shrink or disappear thanks to mud treatment. As
a chemist Prof. Wolfgang Ziechmann, who examined substances found
in turf, mud and alluvium and studied their probable effects also
approves them. In specialist terminology all these types of mud
are named as Peloit. These were formed in thousands of years.
But there are big differences: mostly in substances of organic
origin, for instance marsh land, turf is found.
This contains carbohydrates, proteins, oil acids, pectins, tanen,
lignified plant extracts, steroids and humin substances; however
they contain radioactive substances as well.
Generally speaking, inorganic contents such as volcanic mud that
contains sulphur or
mud-like, puffed up bases in thermal sources are known as fango.
This mineral mud consisting of calcium, iron, aluminium, magnesium
and other salts and low amount of
organic substances is used for wrap ups at the first stage. Alluvium,
that is peloit, is a
strong sea mud rich in water and salt that contains organic substances
and consists of
small pieces of clay and lime. Depending on the location of the
base there are many variations: For instance, Fango that comes
from the Aifel, Fango di Battaglia, the mud that comes from Italy.
A mixture of the above mentioned treating mud, which is mixed
with different paraffins and some minerals, comes on the market