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It is a type of cleansing and detoxifying massage. It originates in Eastern Europe but it was also used in China and Tibet. On the Polish ground, its proponent was a monk Father Klimuszko, an expert in herbalism and natural methods supporting our health.
Of all massages, it is one of the most purifying and capable of removing unnecessary toxins, all due to the properties of honey. Key to this treatment is a technique called "hand stripping", which allows the layers of the skin to split, thus improving circulation and nutrition.
The massage is performed with heated honey. While performed, you can see how the honey changes its consistency under the influence of toxins in the body. In healthy areas, the honey is absorbed, while in more congested areas a dirty, greasy substance comes out. Of course, any massage removes toxins, but in the case of other massages, they are removed by the internal organs, while in this case they are removed by the skin. This treatment works better than a sauna or a scrub, it opens the skin pores.
As we can observe, honey has many health properties and it is certainly advisable for people who often suffer from upper respiratory tract diseases. The best type of honey for such treatments is linden or buckwheat honey, with which the chest and back are massaged.
The massage itself is not very pleasant. It is performed on the verge of pain because the technique of "tearing the hands" used gives the sensation of pulling the skin or slight pinching. This technique causes the top layer of tissues to be pulled upwards.
The massage with honey can help with: