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Fango, parafango and mud packs

Fango, parafango and mud packs are among the therapeutic treatments used at Adeli Medical Center.

Fango, parafango and mud packs are among the therapeutic applications used at Adeli Medical Center. The application is done by applying warm, volcanic or mineral mud packs to the patient's or patient's body.

The positive effects of these applications are numerous. The heat promotes blood circulation, has a relaxing effect on the muscles and reduces pain. The mineral and nutrient profile of the mud can also help relieve inflammation and promote tissue regeneration.

Fango is made from volcanic ash and contains a variety of minerals such as silicon, magnesium and calcium. The use of mud can help reduce pain, improve mobility and detoxify the skin.

Parafango is a mixture of kerosene wax and mud and has similar benefits to pure mud. In addition, the kerosene wax can help nourish and moisturize the skin, which can be especially beneficial for people with dry skin.

Mud wraps contain a variety of minerals, such as sulfur, that can help relieve inflammation and promote healing. The use of mud packs can help normalize muscle tone and increase flexibility.

In summary, mud, parafango and mud packs can be used in the treatment of various conditions, especially muscle and joint pain. The heat and minerals of the mud promote blood circulation, relieve pain and can help speed up the healing process.

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