A mud bath is a bath of mud, commonly from areas where hot spring water can combine with volcanic ash. Mud baths have existed for thousands of years, and can be found now in high-end spas in many countries of the world. The Dead Sea at 423 metres (or 1,388 feet below sea level, is the lowest point on the earth and is known in Hebrew as Yam Hamelach or the Sea of Salt due to its high saline concentration. In fact, it is the deepest hypersaline lake in the world. As its name would suggest, no living thing can survive in these waters. Still, the lake offers many therapeutic treatments for any number of skin ailments, and attracts up to one million visitors annually. This is the ancient natural spa site has it all.
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that heavy mineral concentration of over 21 different minerals is believed to help with skin problems, like eczema and psoriasis, plus aching joints and even fluid retention. The sea contains high levels of calcium, magnesium, bromide, potassium and sulfate.
“The Dead Sea is the biggest, widest natural spa on earth,”
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Mud Bath in El Totumo Mud Volcano, Colombia
El Totumo Mud Volcano is a mud volcano located in Santa Catalina of northern Colombia.
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