Treat pain associated with hallux valgus (hammer toe, bunion, Frost bales) without surgery.

In many cases, successfully tested: Natural Treatment of painful inflammation of the big toe, hallux valgus (hammer toe, bunion, Frost bales) with Sivash healing clay.

The morbid obliquity of the big toe is called hallux valgus and is also known as hammer toe, or bulion Frost bales. Hallux valgus not only looks bad, but also does hurt and causes problems in the selection of appropriate footwear.

Sivash healing clay for treating the feet
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The strong aching Slanted toes are a classic example, when the healing clay packs can be applied successfully. There are reports from users of the healing clay packs which have achieved very good results. Even in those cases when a date for surgery was already clear, could alleviate the healing clay application the pain and deformation / thickening decreased partly. So that the operation was no longer so urgently needed.

Administration is by mud pack. Sivash healing clay warm in a water bath to a temperature of 36-42 ° С, 1 to 2 mm thick layer on the bunion area (see application) and then additionally hot wrap. In acute pain, the healing earth paste should be applied cold. Leave on for 30-40 minutes and wash off.
Treatment should be carried out in the evening before going to sleep, daily or every other day. Time: At least 15 applications.

As an additional measure the footbaths could be made with the sea salt. But you take a tablespoon of salt per liter of water at water temperature of about 36 ° C. Bath time 30-40 minutes. So you could make the sea salt foot baths every other day alternating with mud wraps.

Even after a bunion operation the peloid can be used with Sivash healing clay paste to the acceleration of the healing of the foot.

SIVASH® healing clay helps in rheumatic diseases (musculoskeletal system) and skin diseases

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