The massage with pouches of herbs is a technique that comes from Thailand. This treatment is performed with multiple benefits from the sixteenth century. At the time, it was reserved for royalty and high society of Siam.
Description of a massage with pouches of grass
The massage with pouches of grass combines all the benefits of a massage at the Aromatherapy. Indeed, the pouches of herbs are a bunch of different herbs wrapped in a cotton cloth or linen. Each herb has its therapeutic properties. For example: lemon grass stimulates blood circulation, the Mint operates on systems, respiratory and digestive systems, turmeric reduces pain, etc… Thus, each pouch is of a different composition according to desired outcomes. There are pouches of herbs to the body and others to the facial.
What happens during a massage with pouches of herbs?
Before starting the massage, heat in microwave oven the pouches with a small amount of water. Under the effect of steam plants contained in the tissue release their essences rich in active principles. Then the masseur applies the pouches on the body parts to be processed by rotational movements accompanied by small pressures. Under the influence of heat, the active ingredients of herbs enter the body; the Pats stimulate blood circulation while smoothing relaxes muscles.
The benefits of massage with pouches of grass
Plants and spices have different therapeutic properties; there are a multitude of choices in the composition of a pouch. For a tonic and stimulating example, the pouch must contain lemongrass, ginger and nutmeg. For a slimming effect, it must be composed of Nori, Ao Nori, the Lithithamnium and sea salt for a harmonizing massage, prefer green tea, lotus and rice. To relax muscles and relieve stress, choose the pouches made from lavender, lemon balm, lemon verbena and marjoram. Note that it is possible to make oneself its bag, by buying herbs in specialized shops.
Precautions during a massage with pouches of grass
Like all therapies, massage with pouches of grass has cons-indications. It is generally not recommended in the following cases: skin irritation, surgery less than three months, bacterial or viral diseases, hypertension, osteoporosis, varicose veins, and phlebitis. Before using a ladle, carefully read the user manual. When you make yourself, follow the instructions on the packaging of each plant.