HEALTH

The Benefits of the Enzyme Spa at Ikoi Spa

Thursday 30 May 2019, 12:29PM
By Beckie Wright
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The Enzyme Spa is a detox process, to get rid of toxins in your body, by soaking your body in a special bath, made up of sawdust, rice bran, and enzyme liquid for 30 – 40 minutes. The bath is kept at a temperature of about 65C- 80C. Toxins will be removed via perspiration during the enzyme bath. Some subcutaneous fat (fat under the skin) will also be removed together with the perspiration. Dead skin cells will also come off in the process, resulting in smoother skin.

Internally, the Enzyme Bath will make the heart beat stronger, and improve blood circulation during the bath. This helps dislodge food debris and particles from the joints. At the same time, the main excretory organs, the kidney and liver are also stimulated by the heat in the enzyme bath to work more optimally, helping in cleansing the body and getting rid of the toxins. By enzyme fasting during the enzyme therapy, the body is relieved from the stress of digestion, and can be focused on production of metabolic enzymes, which works better at the higher temperature and helps provide greater metabolic energy, further boosting the body’s cleansing function to rid itself of toxins. This brings the body into balance.

Ohtaka Enzyme is a natural, plant based enzyme drink, full of essential enzyme, nutrients and botanical goodness, extracted and fermented from more than 50 types of vegetables, fruits, herbs, seaweeds and mushrooms, using Ohtaka's traditional methods. Imported from Hokkaido, Japan. Ohtaka Enzyme has more than 90 years of history, helping people in Japan regain and maintaining good health through on increase in their enzyme levels and through enzyme therapy.

Ohtaka Enzyme enhances digestion and nutrient absorption, fortifies the immune system, improves detoxification, boosts metabolic cell functions and replenishes and increases enzyme levels, so for more information on Hanakasumi treatments,  Shiatsu massages,   back purifying treatments and relaxation massages please go to www.ikoispa.co.nz .