Honey Massage

Honey massage is a type of soft tissue massage in which honey is poured onto the area to be massaged. This type of massage can be very relaxing or slightly painful, contingent on which kind of technique is being used. Before the honey massage, the masseur must make sure that the patient is not allergic to honey. The essence of honey massage is the use of honey as a substance with adhesive properties. The honey is poured onto the area to be massaged, then the masseur places his or her hands on this area and releases the glue from the palms. What is easy at first becomes more difficult with each movement as the tension increases. The natural endpoint of the massage is when the palms no longer stick to the area being massaged and the honey fades away from it. The actual duration depends on the type and quality of the honey.

Honey is composed of sugars such as glucose and fructose and minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium, chlorine, sulphur, iron, phosphate and vitamins B1, B2, C, B6, B5 and B3 as well as amino acids, antioxidants and healing compounds. The human body absorbs up to 100% of the positive properties of honey. The effect of honey is felt almost immediately after a single application. It helps to improve vitality and relax the mind and body.

It is known that the honey massage is very helpful for back pain. During the massage, the energy meridians corresponding to the internal organs are stimulated. The stimulation of these meridians and the start of the detoxification process promote a strong revitalisation of the whole body. The honey massage significantly improves blood circulation in the deeper layers of the skin, warming and toning it. It also promotes the improvement of nutrition and the removal of waste products in the skin and all internal organs and helps to eliminate pain. During the treatment, the skin is deeply cleansed and moisturised, and its elasticity is increased. The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial agents help to reduce the appearance of scars and promote healing and regeneration of the tissue.

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