Sulphur Springs To Treat Arthritis

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Used primarily to treat the red, itchy discomfort of eczema, diaper rash, dry scalp, hemorrhoids, and similar conditions
Sulfur baths can help relieve arthritis pain. Water from these springs appears either yellow-brownish or milky and emits a strong smell of rotten eggs.
The minerals in the water have positive therapeutic effects on skin disease, women’s diseases, asthma, neuralgia, arteriosclerosis, rheumatism and shoulder, neck and wrist pains; they also have a detoxifying and mucolytic effect . Limited oral intake can improve conditions such as constipation and diabetes; however, a doctor should always be consulted first. These springs are not suitable for inhalation therapy.

 Sulfur is a mineral naturally occurring near hot springs and volcanic craters. The “rotten egg” smell of sulfur mineral baths is caused by sulfur dioxide gas escaping into the air. Sulfur has been used medicinally since ancient times, and it is contained in every cell in your body. It is a component of three different amino acids (the building blocks that make up protein). Approximately 0.25 percent of your total body weight is sulfur. It is most concentrated in keratin, which gives you strong hair, nails, and skin. It is known as “nature’s beauty mineral” because your body needs it to manufacture collagen, which keeps your skin elastic and young-looking.
People with arthritis may find pain relief from taking a soothing bath in hot sulfur springs.

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