Spa and mud good for health and cure

DPRK has many famous hot springs and mud recuperation centers. The following are some of those.
Kyongsong spa sanatorium
Haonpho area, Kyongsong County, North Hamgyong Province, is one of the best scenic spots of the DPRK.
There is the Kyongsong spa sanatorium well known in the country for spa cure as being efficacious.
The gross weight of minerals of spa water is 0.29/L and basic ionic elements include hydrogen carbonate ion 67.1mg/L, carbonate ion 36mg/L, sulfuric ion 27 mg/L, nitrogen ion 69.69 mg/L. Its temperature is 55℃ and strong alkaline and daily yield is 120㎥.
The spring energizes blood circulation, metabolism and regenerative course as well as has a special virtue for curing a range of diseases including arthritis, infertility and digestive trouble.
The daily accommodation capacity of the bath space is 1 000 persons.
Ryonggang spa sanatorium
This spa located in Onchon County, Nampho City, is known to work well both for health and cure from time immemorial.
Ryonggang spa, a living monument of the country, is abundant in various minerals good for health.
The gross weight of minerals in 1L of spa water ranks first among Korean spaes as being 24~26g. Microelements including brome, iodine and radon are found in water.
Its temperature is 54~56℃ and weak alkaline.
The spa cures well hypertension, non-tubercular arthritis, neuralgia, lumber pain, a variety of hurts, postoperative sequelae, chronic gastritis, chronic colitis, skin diseases etc.
Pelotherapy by Lake Sijung mud
Lake Sijung recuperation center is located in Thongchon County, Kangwon Province and famous for pelotherapy.
The Lake, a lagoon, is accumulated by silt of 4~5m thickness at the bottom and 2.94㎢wide.
The Lake Sijung mud is largely applied as one of the valuable resources for naturopathy since it was explored and analyzed for the first time in 1955~1956.
The color of the mud is dark gray and smells of nothing.
The mud efficaciously cures arthritis of different causes, liver diseases, chronic cholecystocholedochusitis, chronic gastritis, gastroduodenitis, chronic colitis, trauma and postoperative sequelae, nerve system disorders and gynecologic diseases.
The mud is transported to many recuperation centers and hospitals across the country for use.