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The strangest in the world
55 km west of the Jordanian capital, Amman, lies the lowest point of the earth (417 meters) below sea level. It is the “Dead Sea”, which is considered one of the most attractive areas for medical tourism in the world, and was in the past called “Lake Lot”. (Attributed to the people of the Prophet Lot who inhabited the area).
Unique climatic characteristics
Specialized studies have confirmed that the Dead Sea region is at the top of the list of global areas in medical tourism; Due to its unique climatic characteristics, for its lack of moisture, and the presence of sulfur materials that made it qualified to treat many diseases, especially skin diseases.
The saltiest of the seas
The Dead Sea has a unique, picturesque nature, and an amazing strangeness; It is embodied by the absence of living creatures in it; Because of the density of its salts compared to other seas of the world, where the proportion of salts in it is ten times more than the rest of the seas and oceans, in addition to its privilege with salts of magnesium chloride, sodium, potassium, bromine, and many others, which played a major role in attracting tourists and visitors since ages ago.
The Dead Sea is famous for its black mud saturated with salts and minerals. Experts confirm that the water, air, soil and sun of the Dead Sea are the real and natural treatment for all skin diseases, as they bear properties that are not available in the universe except in the land of the Dead Sea.
The results of scientific research have proven that many patients, through the natural healing system with the Dead Sea water, have had positive results, and that is by having recreation in it and exposure to ultraviolet rays of the sun twice a day, the first being after sunrise and the second before sunset, where long-range ultraviolet rays are available, known for their effective effect in treating many skin diseases, especially psoriasis.
The richest minerals in the world
The mud of the Dead Sea, is also considered the richest in minerals; It contains 26 important elements for the human body, including: magnesium, potassium, calcium, bromine, sulfate, lithium, strontium, iodine, iron, sedinium, chromium and zinc, which the human body needs to improve blood circulation and increase its ability to eliminate toxins. These minerals rid the body of fatigue and back pain, It provides the cells with the important elements for their renewal
Scientific studies have proven that treating psoriasis (a skin disease) in the Dead Sea region resulted in a cure for 70 to 85 percent of cases, which encouraged doctors to recommend treatment to patients in the region for chronic skin diseases such as eczema, and it was scientifically proven that The warm and oxygen-rich atmosphere in the Dead Sea region helps patients who have undergone heart operations to speed up their recovery.
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