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Turpentine and radon baths in the treatment of intervertebral hernias


Turpentine and radon baths with a hernia of the spine, osteochondrosis and many other diseases of the spine provide enough good and long lasting result.

Medicinal turpentine and radon baths with hernia

Effect of radon baths on herniated disks

radon is a decay product of radium, which is a short-acting isotope since the half-life of 3.8 days. This chemical element enters the group of inert gases. Factor of radon is alpha radiation, which is characterized by many different healing qualities.

while taking radon baths radon decay products, which are very unstable, creating a “active plaque” on human skin. The concentration of this residue increases even with very light movements of the person in the radon pool or hot tub. He locked onto the human skin is quite strong and persists for approximately 2-3 hours. The person taking radon baths, radon exposed – it goes through the lungs and skin into the blood stream.

Radon medicinal baths prescribed individually depending on the symptoms and characteristics of spinal hernia, taking into the account the General condition of the sick person. Accepted procedure in well-equipped spaces that support:

  1. adequate air circulation;
  2. humidity
  3. certain level of air and water temperatures.

With a hernia of the spine effectively underwater stretching of the spinal column in a bath filled with radon water. This medical procedure is characterized by a prolonged effect and no side effects on the body.

Turpentine baths

Our ancestors, when they began to ache joints or “grab” the back, used a pretty simple but quite effective, as turpentine baths. Such water treatment for the spine is extremely useful and effective. Today they are widely used in various spinal pathologies, including hernias of the spine and osteochondrosis. Due to the positive effect of these therapeutic measures that turpentine baths have an overall impact on the capillary system of the human body.

The Turpentine is a terpene purified oil, which is extracted from the resin of spruce and pine. This substance since ancient times it has been used in medicine as an irritant or antiseptic. It was used for rubbing, in the form of compresses or wraps in many diseases.

Turpentine baths are prepared artificially and administered in the recovery period in conjunction with other therapeutic measures. These water treatments are designed to perform underwater traction of the spine, which improves blood circulation and normalizes lymph flow. Today it is cooked with white and yellow emulsion, characterized by different properties.

You Should know that the treatment bath using an emulsion of white colour, increase blood pressure, a bath with a yellow suspension is, on the contrary, lower it.

Rules of the water treatments

The Course of treatment for a herniated disc such baths with the use of turpentine and radon is 10-30 procedures carried out every three days. You also need to remember that the duration of the first therapeutic procedures in diseases of the spine should not be more than 10 minutes. Every day you can increase the time taking baths, adding one minute until the duration of the procedure to increase to 20 minutes.

At the same time,= it is necessary to gradually increase the water temperature. Start with water temperature at 36 degrees and increase to the level that allowed the doctor (but not more than 41 degrees).