The thermal waters treats rheumatisms and respiratory disorders
There are three separate springs at the temperature of between 23°c and 30°c called Romains, Garenne and Crevasse with minerals elements.
The thermal waters contain different minerals, the most concentrated being :
Romains and Garenne : chloride and sulphide
Crevasse : chloride, bicarbonate of sodium and calcium
In terms of rheumatology, the large quantity of minerals elements brings about a soothing state that facilitates movements and relaxes the muscles :
- Specific strengthening of the muscles
- Improvement of mobility of the joints and range of motion
The respiratory system benefits essentially from the decongesting and anti-inflammatory effects of sulphur.