herbal compress ball

The Thai Herbal Compress Ball applied prior to a massage softens the muscles in preparation. Filled with various Thai herbals. The Thai Herbal Compress Ball is first heated and then gently applied to the upper back, neck, shoulder and face area for the Thai Herbal Compress Ball of relieving stress and firming and toning the skin texture.

Today there are various interpretations of healing with heat on the Asian spa menu, many of which are easy to create at home. These treatmetns aim to detoxify and restore, so be prepared for some deep relaxing moments.

Thai Herbal Body Compress Ball

Ingredients : Zingiber Cassumnar (Plai),Cyrcuma Longa (Turmeric), Languas Galanga (Galangal), Cassia Alata Linn. (Golden Bush), Cymbopogon Nardus Rendle (Citronells Gras), Bauhinia Malabarica Roxb., Acacia Concinna (Willd.) DC., Niebuhria Siamensis Kurz, Crinum Asiaticum Linn., Pandanus Odorus Ridl., Cinnamonum Camphora (Campor), Cryptolepis Buchanani Roem. & Schult

Direction : Use the two Thai Herbal Compress Ball for each treatment. Bring water in a steamer to boil, lightly sprinkle the two Thai Herbal Compress Ball wtih water and steam for 10-15 minute or until hot. The steam softens the Thai Herbal Compress Ball, releasing the essential oil in herbs and intensifying the aroma. Always keep one Thai Herbal Compress Ball heated on the steamer while using the other one. Before putting the Thai Herbal Compress Ball onto the skin, test the temperature by pressing the Thai Herbal Compress Ball to your arm. Wait until if feel comfortable.

Do not rest the Thai Herbal Compress Ball on the skin for too long - just touch, press, lift and move in a constant and rapid motion. Each session should take 15 - 20 minutes, and ideally, one morning and one evening treatment is best.

More information for our Thai Herbal Compress Ball

With the recent back - to - nature trend among stressed and health - conscious urbanites, these the Thai Herbal Compress Balls are now packaged and sold commercially in Bangkok's many health store, so you can give yourself a quick - fix heat treatment at home. Some Thai women use the Thai Herbal Compress Ball on their abdomens after giving birth, to help ease the tired, bloated feeling that comes after childbirth. Called prakop in Thai, The Thai Herbal Compress Ball has been incorated into modern spa treatment and is offered at a number of Thai spas, often in conjunction with massage.

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