Full Body Bath

1.  Allow a couple of hours without distraction so that you will derive most benefit from this therapeutic experience.

2.  Drink plenty of water beforehand.

3.  Remove the plastic cover and place the peat bag in a warm bath. You will need to manipulate the bag with your fingers to extract all the peat.

4.  Some will have a tolerance for warmer baths than others but about 20 minutes in 40 degrees would be ideal.

5.  Rinse off with warm water afterwards.

6.  Wrap up well in some old cotton clothes to keep warm.

7.  Relax in bed for half an hour or more without distractions. Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water.

Peat ‘Ur Feet

1.  Rub peat all over feet

2.  Relax for 20 minutes

3.  Bathe feet in warm water while removing all of the peat

4.  Remove/scrape all dead skin from soles of feet​

5.  Rub some moisturizer unto your feet.      

Repeat treatment as required.


Indications of thermal peat baths are: arthritis, muscle stiffness, acne, muscle spasms, chronic pain, chronic injury, post workout soreness, fatigue, gout, weakened immune function, cold extremities, headaches, hematomas, muscle tension, fractures, osteoarthritis, rashes, rheumatic diseases, chronic arthritis, spine diseases, muscular atrophy, post-traumatic and post-surgical adhesions and scarring, chronic skin diseases (psoriasis, eczema) and chronic gynaecological post-operative rehabilitation, general detoxification, back pain, PMS, lumbago, sciatica, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, trauma, strains, sprains, fractures, sports injuries, metabolic disorders, obesity, gynaecological disorders, orthopaedic or neurological disorders, eczema, colds, flu, and stress and most musculoskeletal conditions


Contraindications of thermal peat baths are: May not be suitable for patients who are pregnant or who have cardiac, pulmonary, or respiratory insufficiencies, acute hypertension, or diabetes. Adverse reactions including nausea, headache, dizziness, tingling, or numbness should be reported immediately to a therapist.  Also acute or chronic feverish disorders, infectious diseases during the contagious period or in convalescence venereal diseases in contagious stage aemorrhagic states pathogenic germs carriers, pregnancy, epilepsy, sychopathic disorders chronic alcoholism, addiction, cardiac insufficiency, hepatic insufficiency or manifest renal insufficiency, serious disorders of the nervous system, acute urethrocystitis, serious circulation disorders, feverish conditions, serious inflammatory skin diseases. Do not use Peat bath every day. Not more than 2 or 3 times a week and take a break week.