In Thai Herbal Stem Massage, traditional healing herbs and oils are wrapped in unbleached cotton and then tied to a stem. Herbal stems are traditional massage tools that have been used in Thailand since ancient times. They help to help release toxins, relieve muscle tension and joint pain and increase circulation in the body. Thai Herbal Stem Massage combines traditional massage techniques with therapeutic herbs and essential oils bundled up in the stems. The oils and resins are steamed to release their healing properties and are then massaged over the body. The oils are absorbed into the blood stream through the epidermis and they react with the body’s chemistry in a sympathetic and gentle way.
For sanitary reasons, each pair of stems can be used up to a maximum of 4 times, over 2 weeks, on the same client only. The cost of the stems is included in the treatment and then the client can take them and encouraged to use them at home. Used stems can be kept in the refrigerator or in a dry place for more effectiveness and extended use.
Our Thai Herbal Stems are handmade in Thailand and are vacuum-packed to ensure freshness and purity. No preservatives or chemicals are added.
Benefits of Thai Herbal Stem Massage?
The benefits: a deeply penetrating moist heat with natural oils and essences of the herbs being released and absorbed by the body throughout the treatment. These heated oils and resins are absorbed into the bloodstream through the skin and react with the body chemistry through a gentle approach.
The essences are uplifting.
The result: a most extraordinary feeling of relaxation, well-being and rejuvenation at the same time.
What are the stems made from?
A blend of herbs wrapped in unbleached cotton. The treatment combines traditional massage techniques to release blocked energy, increase awareness and vitality. Can either be a stand-alone treatment or as a perfect adjunct to related body treatments, for example wraps.
Ingredients: Zingiber Montanum Rosep (Plai), Turmeric, Lemongrass, Kaffir Lime Peel and Leaves, Camphor, Tamarind leaves, Sweet Flag, Mountain Ebony Leaves, Somboil (Thai common name for Acacia Concinna), Jeang Leaves, wrapped in unbleached cotton.