The expression “salso-bromo-iodic water” is substantially equivalent to what is commonly referred to as “sea water,” as the main salt, bromine and iodine sources are located along the coast or in the former maritime territories.
The natural action of salso-bromo-iodic water in certain geographical areas resulted in particular saline muds, called liman, which are often used for therapeutic purposes.
By virtue of high salt concentration levels, salso-bromo-iodic water is often employed in diluted form in various thermal treatments.
From a therapeutic point of view, in major thermal facilities this particular water type finds application in vascular, gynaecological and ENT treatments.
Salso-bromo-iodic water is mainly used in mud therapy, balneotherapy, inhalations and irrigations.
Salso-bromo-iodic water is also suitable for the treatment of inflammations as well as for an overall enhancement of the immune system, made possible by the effects of bromine and iodine on some enzymes responsible for the defence of human organism.
Thanks to its versatility, salso-bromo-iodic water is used to soothe musculoskeletal disorders, traumatic muscle injuries and chronic arthropathies.
Finally, these treatments positively affect mucous membranes and have beneficial effects on the female genital system, regulating the menstrual cycle and favouring the maturation of ovarian follicles.