The detoxification secret of a honey massage lies in the healing powers of honey in combination with the effects of a 'pumping out' massage technique and the powerful stress-relieving reflex therapy.

Honey is poured over the area that is being massaged (usually the reflex points on the back) and then massaged until it becomes sticky.

Using a special technique, it is worked until white pellets appear on the surface of the skin. These pellets contain toxins and salts and are gently washed away. By stimulating the back, the neurons carry impulses from the central nervous system to the sensory and the motor nerves of the peripheral nervous system, thus affecting the whole body.Honey massage warms and tones the skin, and has wonderful effects on its condition. After being massaged, the skin becomes smooth and soft, smells sweet like honey, leaving you relaxed and re-energised. This is a unique and extremely effective detoxifying therapy.

The frequency of detoxification is individual. However, once a month is enough for a lasting cure. In the case of intensive detoxification, l would recommend three times a week.

Indications of honey massage

Those who suffer from:

  • a stressful environment, overwork,
  • emotional stress and all kinds of pressure and negative emotions
  • excessive fatigue
  • insomnia
  • vegetative-vascular dystonia
  • osteochondrosis
  • migraines
  • intestinal and stomach disease
  • arthrosis, rheumatic troubles
  • problems with blood circulation
  • chronic diseases of the respiratory system
  • civilisation diseases (e.g. scoliosis)
  • regeneration after hard diseases

Contraindications of honey massage

This massage cannot be used on someone with allergies to honey or any other bee products.

  • open wounds, broken skin eczema and spots
  • tumours, lung cancer
  • bleeding inside the body, e.g. stomach pamphegus, bleeding stomach
  • eye hypertension
  • congestive heart failure
  • kidney failure
  • advance osteoporosis
  • thrombosis, fragile capillaries
  • infectious diseases, AIDS
  • fevered diseases
  • acute inflammatory diseases
  • pregnancy
  • thyroid function abnormality
  • some dermal and venereal diseases
  • all contraindications that apply to circulatory massage
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Michael Tucker
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