Therapeutic Mud has been used for thousands of years in many cultures. Recent research has found it to be an effective treatment for osteoarthritis, inflammation, bronchitis, cystitis, hepatitis, and liver damage, among other health maladies.
Trauma sites like scars, contusions, strains/sprains, bug bites, vaccinations, piercings, tattoos, broken bones, etc. can cause the surrounding tissue to lose its ability to detoxify itself. Over time these trauma sites accumulate toxic substances and then cause interference in the nervous system. When one of these trauma sites starts to cause interference in the nervous system it is called an interference field. An interference field will impair the function of any system wired to the “nervous system circuit” that it is stressing out.
We use therapeutic Mudpacks to draw toxins out of the trauma site so that it can return to normal function and no longer add stress to the nervous system.
The Mud Packs are applied to scars and other trauma sites over areas that are no larger than the palm of your hand. The application is quick and painless and clients often report immediate relaxation and other benefits.
When we first started learning about Mudpacks and testing their effectiveness in specific circumstances we were skeptical. We quickly found the effects of the mud packs to be, in many cases, extraordinary. They have been the key factor in helping many patients recover their health, particularly those who had received treatments at other medical and holistic clinics in the past with little to no effect.
External Mudpacks are made with therapeutic clay, moor mud, peat magma, shilajit and other agents.
- Mudpacks increase circulation, boosts the immune system, ease muscle tension, and rejuvenate the body.
- They help rapidly clear the whole body burden of toxic bio-accumulation
- They initiate the “thermal effect”: an increased deep intrinsic cleansing effect
- They can eliminate up to 50% of the local bio-accumulation of toxic elements at a target body site in a single application
Demonstration and testimonial videos will be available soon. If you have any more questions about therapeutic mudpacks, feel free to contact us.