Scio Bad Aiblinger Moorpackung Basic equipment: 6 moor compresses for partial treatment + 1 heat carrier

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Product information "Scio Bad Aiblinger Moorpackung Basic equipment: 6 moor compresses for partial treatment + 1 heat carrier"

Scio Natural Moor Care

Fresh from the Bad Aiblinger Moor in Bavaria for the cure at home

To support the treatment of rheumatic diseases, chronic complaints of the musculoskeletal system, back pain, lumbago, sciatica, bruises and sprains.

A moor cure consists of

Scio Natural Moor Heat Transfer Media 1 heat transfer medium for reuse and
Scio Natural Moor Moor Compress 6 bog compresses, each for a single application.

Moor contains unique active ingredients such as humic acid. The bog ingredients have an antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory effect. The use of a Scio peat pack combines the positive effect of these substances with the thermal properties of the peat. For heat applications to relax and relieve tension.

The peat pack is a medical device (Directive 93/42/EEC of 14.06.93) and suitable for partial applications to support the treatment of spinal, hip and shoulder diseases, tension, lumbago, back pain, sciatica and rheumatic complaints.

range Therapeutic application
orthopaedics

WARM: Spine, hip and shoulder diseases, tension, lumbago, back pain, sciatica, degenerative joint diseases (arthrosis), soft tissue rheumatism, rheumatic complaints, osteoporosis.
COLD: bruises, sprains, bruises, acute inflammatory joint processes

Why longer delivery time of 7 days?

We retrieve the item fresh from the manufacturer's production when you place your order - so you have the freshest products at the time. The recommended use is between 6 and 12 months from delivery.

Who or what is "Scio"?

SCIO (= I know) from lat. scire means knowledge, understanding, ability.

We at Scio see ourselves as a service provider for health and the environment. Our extensive knowledge of phytotherapy has been flowing into the development of bioactive formulations for decades. We combine traditional knowledge about the use of plants, herbs and minerals from Europe with positive experiences from other cultures. Our goal is to offer natural health products that support many situations in life.

Ensuring the best and most consistent quality for our products is a basic prerequisite that we fulfil through first-class raw materials and careful treatment of people and nature. Our expertise also flows into the sustainable use of resources and the use of new technologies during production.

Our contribution to the environment

  • Produced according to the requirements of controlled natural cosmetics, free of synthetic fragrances and dyes, mineral oil derivatives and PEG (polyethylene glycol).
  • Packaging such as aluminium tubes and tubes with an airfill system enable optimum emptying of residual material and recycling of resources. When pressure is applied to the tube, no air is sucked in. This ensures a higher stability of the contents (less germination than with filling in a crucible).
  • We use certified FSCMix paper that comes from sustainable forestry.
  • Our products can be completely disposed of.

Scio Natural Moor Bad Aibling

Information about the natural moor

The natural moor has been used medically for about 200 years. The black peat of the raised bogs has developed for the most part from formerly organic substances, such as plants, and is therapeutically more effective than white peat.

Bad Aiblinger Heilmoor, which has been balneologically examined, is mainly used for the supportive treatment of rheumatic complaints, back pain, joint pain and tension. Helpful ingredients such as useful humic acid penetrate intensively into the skin during bog therapy. Moor provides plenty of moisture and cares for irritated and sensitive skin. The bog ingredients have an antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory effect. Overall, Moor has physical, biochemical and thermal applications. Mineral substances such as fango can therefore never achieve the effect of natural moor.

The renaturation of the moorland areas in the Bad Aiblinger mining areas has been an ongoing process for many years. Used bathing moor is returned to nature and the mixed water is discharged via a filter system. Moors are also valuable carbon and nutrient reducers. They reduce the gases relevant to our climate such as CO2, methane and nitrogen oxides. After only a few years, the original vegetation, such as birch and pine forests, heather or cotton grass, develops again on these areas.

Schafi's tip After using the peat pack, the peat can be used as a flower fertilizer, e.g. for rhododendron.
Gifts: Yes
Made in: EU (Germany)
brand: Herbaria, Scio
care products: Heat and cold therapy, Natural moor cushions
product group: medical device, thermal cushions
Zielgruppe: Adults

Manufacturer contact: Herbaria Kräuterparadies GmbH, Hagnbergstraße 12, 83730 Fischbachau, Germany / SALUS Haus Dr. med. med. Otto Greither Nachf. GmbH & Co. KG, Bahnhofstr. 24, 83052 Bruckmuehl, Germany

The Herbaria herbal paradise GmbH is one of the first suppliers of the health food scene and active founding members of the first federal association Naturkost Naturwaren e. V. (BNN). Even today, natural food stores and organic markets are among our main customers, but also the delicatessen, ecological re-processors and the gastronomy appreciate the high-quality Herbaria products for many years. Since February 2006, we have been one of the few providers of gourmet products in the organic sector that combine high-quality nutrition and high culinary demands with the "Organic Gourmet" spice line.

Well over 200 Herbaria products can be found nationwide in over 4,000 health food stores and health food stores. The medium-sized company currently has 27 employees, the management of Herbaria is in the hands of owner Otto Greither and Erwin Winkler (CEO).

It is very important for us to make consumers aware that the organic market is an individual rather than a mass market. We maintain relationships with smallholder producers in Germany, Europe and the rest of the world.

Herbaria

Herbaria: herbal knowledge since 1919

The company Herbaria was founded in 1919 as a herbal company for the production of remedies. Herbaria branded products in the field of remedies such as Eva Aschenbrenner's 6 tea, a wide range of herbal teas and Herbasana natural products are based on a long tradition and a great deal of experience, and can be found in all organic stores.

From 1981, the Herbaria supplies the first health food stores as a specialist for organic teas, herbs and spices. In 1987, the company became active as a founding member of the first federal association Naturkost Naturwaren e. V. (BNN) and continues to develop it to this day. The common concern is: "Healthy, wholesome and natural foods". The extremely strict guidelines of the association take into account not only the ecological cultivation, but also an environmentally friendly, careful and as little as possible processing of the raw materials.

Due to a steadily growing demand for the well-known and proven organic products from Herbaria, the Upper Bavarian company on Lake Schliersee needs more and more space. The move to Fischbachau at the foot of the Wendelstein in the larger premises of a former bread factory finally took place in 2000.

Herbaria

Active environmental protection

With the production of food and the purchase of organically produced products, we and our customers assume long-term responsibility for the nature and climate of our earth. We support sustainable forms of cultivation and processing that conserve natural cycles, conserve the resources of soil, water and energy and promote biodiversity.

quality

Our products bear the organic seal of the European Union. A proven, transparent and verifiable quality is thus the characteristic of our ecologically produced products. This includes, for example, the principal exclusion of irradiated or genetically modified raw materials and the complete abandonment of chemical preservatives. As co-founder and committed member of the Federal Association of Natural Food Natural Products e. V. (BNN), however, our company's strict quality criteria are far above the legal standards.

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Natural moor Bad Aibling

Moor: a pure natural product

Moor - an old natural raw material with a variety of applications has been shaping people's health consciousness for many years. Around Bad Aibling, the oldest moor spa in Bavaria, is one of the largest and healthiest growing upland moor areas in Germany.

All moors in Germany are under strict nature protection. They are a unique habitat for many rare plants and animals. Typical moorland landscapes are characterised by birches, sundew, peat moss, bulrushes as well as rare dragonflies and frog species. From a scientific point of view, the term moor refers to the entire wetland landscape, while the raw material extracted from it is called peat. In colloquial language, however, the healing natural substance is also referred to as moor.

A good moor needs its time...

Most of the moors still preserved today have their origin in the post-glacial period, i.e. about 10,000 years ago. The melted ice left behind large wetlands in which dead plant remains developed into peat. The "Koller Filzen" in Bad Aibling is one of the largest intact raised bog areas in Germany. The valuable natural substance has been used for bog applications since 1838. Only the valuable black peat is used, which means the lower black-brown layers of the moor.

Renaturation of moorland areas

Due to the extreme conditions with permanent waterlogging, acidic soil water and nutrient poverty, almost only sensitive plant or animal specialists - including many endangered Red List species - can survive.
Many plants, such as Spirke (commonly known as Moor Mountain Pine), Woolgrass and Swamphaarstrang or the "carnivorous" sundew only occur here. In addition, vipers or dragonflies, e.g. the great moss dragonfly and the high moorland dragonfly, use the moor as habitat. Unfortunately, however, there are many exploited moors that have lost their value for nature as a habitat for certain animal species and as carbon sinks.

That is why we see it as our responsibility to protect our moorland and to manage it sustainably. More than 150 moors are being renaturalized throughout Bavaria. In this way, we also promote the renaturation of our moorland area, thereby restoring the nutrient-poor conditions and continuously wetting the moorland areas. In this way, we ensure that the moor will also be preserved in the future as a valuable cultural landscape and raw material resource.

Scio Bad Aiblinger Moorlands

Moor medicine has tradition

In former times moor applications were a privilege of the aristocracy. Only a few had the opportunity to enjoy the health-promoting properties of the moor. At the beginning of the 19th century, moor spas such as Bad Aibling were established, which still enjoy great popularity today. Moor therapy is no longer a privilege of the aristocracy - anyone can take the Scio® Bad Aiblinger Moor products home and use them comfortably. Moor cushions in various sizes are available for heat or cold therapy.

Especially valuable: Humic acid

Many bog applications not only make use of the excellent thermal properties, but also allow the ingredients of the bog to act on the organism. The substances that are produced during humification, i.e. during the transformation of the plant components in the bog, play an important role in this process. In the absence of air, plant residues, including many medicinal herbs, develop into bog, which can therefore be imagined as a kind of concentrate made up of plant components that have an effect on health. With bog compresses, bog bath additives and bog ointments, the active substances of the bog can be absorbed directly through the skin. Among other things, the natural humic acid is said to have the anti-inflammatory properties of the mire.

The variety of application areas

Moor can be used as a sole therapy or as a complementary treatment measure for a large number of symptoms. In diseases of the musculoskeletal system, such as joint and back pain, rheumatism or osteoarthritis, but also in skin diseases, gynaecological disorders and diseases of the internal organs, the applications have a pain-relieving effect and stimulate the healing process.

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For use at home:

Information on optimal use Please pay attention to the correct application, as improper use... mehr

Information on optimal use

Please pay attention to the correct application, as improper use may result in burns or destruction of the heat transfer medium.

You should allow at least 1.5 - 2.5 hours for the preparation of the heat transfer medium, the application of the moor compresses and the rest period. The heat transfer medium serves as a storage medium for the required temperatures (heat / cold). It can be used over and over again.

Preparation of the heat transfer medium:

1. preparation of the heat transfer medium during cold therapy.

  • Place the heat transfer medium in the refrigerator approx. 2 hours before use.
  • Watch your step! Don't put it in the freezer!

2. preparation of the heat transfer medium during the heat therapy.

  • In the saucepan:
    • Fill a sufficiently large pot with warm water.
    • Wrap a towel around the heat transfer medium and place in water.
    • Bring the water to the boil (do not boil) and leave the heat transfer medium in the boiling water for approx. 30 - 45 minutes. The water temperature should not exceed 60 - 65 degrees.
    • Please use a thermometer for control! Watch your step! Always wrap a towel around the heat transfer medium to prevent the film from melting.
  • In the oven:
    • Place the heat transfer medium on a deep baking tray and add enough water to cover the heat transfer medium completely with water.
    • Set the oven to approx. 60 -70 degrees and heat the heat transfer medium for 30 - 45 minutes.
  • In the microwave:
    • Heat at approx. 500 W for 4 -10 minutes.
    • Knead well after removal to achieve even heating.
    • Heating in the microwave reduces the service life of the heat transfer medium due to "dry heating".

Application

Scio Naturmoor Care Application 1. put on a blanket and a bath towel over it. Place the prepared heat transfer medium (see preparation above) on the bath towel.
Scio Naturmoor Care Application 2. take the moor compress out of the pack. Place the foil side on the heat transfer medium. The moist side with the fleece should touch the skin.
Scio Naturmoor Care Application 3. make sure that the heat transfer medium is completely covered by the moor compress. Lie down on the moist fleece side of the moor compress.
Scio Naturmoor Care Application Four. Cover yourself well. Allow the moor pack to soak in for 20 - 30 minutes. Rub the treated parts of the body with a dry cloth.

Schafi's tip We recommend a rest period of 30 minutes after application of the moor pack. Please take a shower afterwards.
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