Sunshine, Mud, and Water can do Wonders. Check out How!

It was usually believed (and is still believed to an extent) that one catches any disease when there is a disconnect between the human body (and soul) and the natural energies.  Our body is very good, when it comes to self-healing, provided we maintain this perfect connection and balance. There are so many natural ways to heal our body. Obviously, nothing happens overnight. One needs to follow this routine and make it a habit of seeing long-term effective changes. Check out how Sunshine, Mud, and Water can do wonders.



Everyone knows that we get Vitamin D from Sunshine and in fact, it was an essential part of the primeval treatment. One of the basic treatment was Sunbath. Even now, many diseases are treated using this concept. For instance, ultraviolet rays and other light-based treatments are used to cure various skin diseases.

Most of us do not way that Sunshine is also used for treating depression, sleep disorders and SAD (Sonal affective disorder). In fact, these treatments also heal the stiffness caused by muscles, sports injuries, and arthritis pain.



We all have studied in our schools that mud contains various minerals and people have been using it as a means to cure skin, intestine, pancreatic and liver diseases. Mud is used as a face pack and helps get rid of acne problems. It is also used as a pack on the stomach to get rid of so many problems.



It is a well-known fact that two-thirds of the human body are water. It helps in healing our body. If one makes it a habit of drinking 3-4 glasses of water (empty stomach), then one can actually prevent themselves from various diseases like acidity, indigestion, arthritis, diabetes, and headaches. One should always sit and then drink water.

There are various water exercises which are helpful in healing osteoporosis, arthritis, joint replacements and stiff joints.

Most of us are not aware of the fact that when cold and hot water are alternated in a bath, then this increases the blood supply in the pelvic area and helps in healing the disorders linked to uterine.

Misha Mehta

Misha has a passion for traveling and dancing. She is a movie buff and enjoys eating, shopping, reading (only SELECTIVE reading) and a bit of writing too. Professor by profession, she never forgets to carry one thing to work or wherever she goes…and that’s her smile..
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