2014
DOI: 10.23853/bsehm.2017.0367
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Abstract: The present study pretends to show what distinguishes natural peloids from artificial peloids. The last peloids referred to although being based mainly on natural constituents too, since they undergo design, manipulation, refining, maturation and beneficiation in an artificial environment are hereafter called designed and engineered peloids. Natural peloids are being less and less used in Thermal spas or Health resorts of all countries where traditionally have been used, and the reasons for that will be herewi… Show more

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“…Therefore, therapeutic applications do not only benefit from the heating effect (vein widening, sweating, and heartbeat and respiration enhancement), but also the healing effect of the peloid from absorption by the skin (Quintela et al, 2012). Clay minerals, e.g., kaolinite, smectite, palygorskite, sepiolite, and talc, are defined in pharmacopoeias, and being accepted medicines they could contribute in pharmaceutical formulations as active principles and/or excipients (Gomes et al, 2015 and reference there in).…”
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“…Therefore, therapeutic applications do not only benefit from the heating effect (vein widening, sweating, and heartbeat and respiration enhancement), but also the healing effect of the peloid from absorption by the skin (Quintela et al, 2012). Clay minerals, e.g., kaolinite, smectite, palygorskite, sepiolite, and talc, are defined in pharmacopoeias, and being accepted medicines they could contribute in pharmaceutical formulations as active principles and/or excipients (Gomes et al, 2015 and reference there in).…”
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confidence: 99%