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    • On average, the human body consists of 67% water. It is therefore not surprising that water also plays a decisive role in terms of health.

      The beneficial warmth of moor, fango and mud was discovered early on. Mud baths were documented as a natural remedy as early as the 14th century.

      The climate has long had a major influence on well-being. Those seeking relaxation are most likely to find it in an environment with a balanced temperature and constant humidity.

      Kneipp cures are probably among the best-known water treatments. However, Kneipp therapy also includes nutrition, herbs, exercise and inner balance in addition to the water pillar.

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Soothing earth

The beneficial effects of peat, mud, silt, clay and chalk were discovered early on. Mud baths were mentioned in documents as a remedy as early as the 14th century. Today, mud packs, peat baths and clay wraps have become an integral part of natural health therapy due to their relaxing and anti-inflammatory effects.


What can soil help with?

  • Heart, vascular and circulatory diseases
  • Diseases of the musculoskeletal system
  • Diseases of the respiratory tract
  • Gynecological diseases
  • Diseases of the digestive system
  • Metabolic disorders
  • Kidney diseases
  • Skin diseases
  • Diseases of the nervous system
  • Psychosomatic states of exhaustion
  • General weakness, convalescence


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Awards serve as a seal of quality in health tourism. The respective federal state is responsible for the certification of spas and health resorts. In order to be awarded a rating, certain standards must be met in terms of medical facilities and tourist infrastructure. The state's health resort law defines these requirements.
This label is awarded to health resorts that use peat baths as a medicinal remedy. Peat can be used in the form of packs and full baths in tubs.

Spas and health resorts in Baden-Württemberg