Therapeutic Value

Magnesium Chloride – combats stress, fluid retention, slows skin aging and calms the nervous system.  Magnesium is essential for cell metabolism.  Magnesium concentrations found in the Dead Sea are fifteen times higher than salts in other seas

Potassium Chloride – energizes the body, balances skin moisture and is an important mineral to replace following intense exercise.  Potassium improves oxidation and regulates the electrical processes of muscles and the nervous system.   Potassium is necessary to maintain the water balance in order for cell metabolism to take place, assisting the cells to absorb nourishment and expel waste products. An imbalance in potassium often leads to water retention. Potassium also plays a vital role in regulating muscle contractions and the nervous system.

Sodium Chloride – is important for lymphatic fluid balance, helping the immune system eta-i.org/provigil.html function. After penetrating into the skin, sodium molecules bind the water and generate a feeling of suppleness, ideal for very dry skin. Sodium plays a vital role in helping cells absorb nourishment and expel waste.

Calcium Chloride – increases circulation and is necessary in strengthening cell membranes and cleansing the pores. It is vital for production and maintenance of healthy teeth and bones and regulating the heart muscles and nerves.

Bromides – help relax and ease muscle stiffness. They help with the natural repair of the body together with cell metabolism and can be used as a natural antibiotic. Bromide concentration in the Dead Sea is the highest of all waters on Earth.

Sulphates – are necessary for the secretion of bile from the liver and for converting toxins into non-toxins.