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Transport and Tourism Association – Lakes of Sol-Iletsk, tours and activities in Sol-Iletsk, holidays in Sol-Iletsk

Dead sea Orenburg steppes – the famous lake Collapse. The lake has an area of 100 m2 66. The lake depth reaches 18 meters. On the banks of the lake there are beaches of fine white pebbles.

The peculiarity of the lake is that loose on the water a person does not sink. You can move vertically, “walk on water” without touching the bottom, due to its high density. The salt concentration reaches 320-340 grams per liter. This is almost 10 times higher than the concentration of salts in the water Black and Mediterranean seas.

In addition to the sodium chloride contained in the lake and other salts. The feeling of weightlessness in the water is unique and attracts thousands of people. Salt water has preferentially hyperosmolar, locally irritant, and antimicrobial action, in this regard is most pronounced cleansing effect on the skin and mucous membranes, as well as adaptogenic response.

Swimming in the lake is recommended for patients with skin disease, musculoskeletal disorders, etc the Duration of swimming in the lake – 15-20 minutes with a break of 2 hours. After bathing salt no need to rinse off from 30 min. to 1.5 hours. The formed “salt cloak” continues to act as a therapeutic factor.

LAKE WRYMOUTH (srednesolenaya,mud)

Lake Wrymouth has the highest concentration of bromine in comparison with other lakes. The lake has an area of 88 550 m2, depth is 3-4 meters. In one liter of water contains 165,5 grams of various salts.

Lake Wrymouth contains a large amount of mud. Due to the presence of bromine it has a strong beneficial effect on the nervous system.

Swimming in the lake is recommended for people prone to nervous breakdowns, depression, prolonged stress. Euphoriant (calming) effect is very useful in many diseases: artrose-arthritis, polyarthritis, diseases of the joints, spine, some diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, skin diseases.

Bathing in the healing waters of the lake and helps completely healthy people, increases the body’s defenses and stops the development of diseases.

LAKE TUZLUCA (srednesolenaya, mud)

Lake Tuzluca is a repository of unique therapeutic mud. The lake area is 23 750 m2, depth 0.5 to 1.7 m In the composition of the colloidal complex of mud is sulfur iron, silicic acid, tiny clay particles. The salt concentration in the lake reaches 135-160 grams per liter.

Eager to heal and get healthier is traditionally smeared with mud or sit in a natural mud bath.

Treatment effects are most pronounced: a decrease in pain, improvement of male and female genitalia, strong healing and therapeutic effect on the skin, the suspension of the processes of deformation as the joints and spine.

Receiving a mud procedures returns among other things the strength, beauty and youth. Mud treatments should be no more than 20 min. a day.

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