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Mineral Bath with Natural CO2 in King Edward VII’s Royal Cabin

This is a signature treatment using the natural local mineral waters with natural CO2 gas that seeps out from the ground, exclusively provided in Marienbad in the historical building Nové Lázně. The Royal cabin was Edward VII’s treatment room built at the end of the 19th century and is still in use.  The mineral water with the CO2 gas is heated to a temperature of between 32-34 °C and flows into an individual bathtub The CO2 gas fizzes onto the skin, producing a relaxing, tickling sensation. The carbon dioxide is absorbed through the skin into the body, where it slows down the heart activity and reduces the blood pressure.
Several treatments will result in improved blood circulation, heart and kidney activity as well as reduced stress and anxiety. The benefits and procedures are similar to the carbon dioxide bath treatment (See Hydrotherapy: Carbon Dioxide Bath), however the advantage here is that all the properties used are both local and natural. The bath is followed by a relaxing dry wrap, to ensure maximum benefit from the treatment.

Type: Medical, Wellness Purpose: de-stress
Duration of treatment: 30-35 minutes Where is it available?
Czech Republic

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