An essential oil is actually the essence of a plant extracted and condensed. Their therapeutic effectiveness is not new, in the ancestral traditions, the essences of the plants were used to relieve and cure all sorts of diseases. Today, this ancient medicine is called aromatherapy: a therapeutic method used to relieve conditions such as cough, digestive and respiratory discomfort, insomnia, fatigue, muscle and joint pain and of course, skin diseases.
Each oil has its particular properties and is used depending of desired effect. For example, eucalyptus essential oil would be used by inhalation to relieve the airways while lavender would be applied locally to the skin to accelerate healing. In massage therapy, we apply them directly on the skin slightly diluted in a vegetable oil to enjoy their benefits by skin absorption.
Hot Himalayan salt ball massage ... an extraordinary technique!
The balls are heated in a small heat control oven, they absorb heat and transmit to your muscles by releasing micro-particles of mineral salts that penetrate the skin.
More than 80 minerals and useful elements
This salt is in the form of mineral-rich crystals that have been produced naturally. They contain about 85% sodium chloride and 15% minerals such as magnesium, calcium, sulfate, bicarbonate, potassium, borate, fluoride, bromide and strontium.
Because of its minerals, the benefits of the pink salt of the Himalayas are numerous:
• Relieve migraine headaches
• Increase the level of hydration
• Lead to electrolyte balance
• Manage the water content outside and inside the cells
• Prevent muscle cramps
• Stabilize the pH (acid / alkaline) and help the system reduce acid reflux