In ancient times, the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians understood the therapeutic properties of seawater. Hippocrates, Galen, Plato and Aristotle recommended the use of hot baths to not only clean wounds but also for illness preventative purposes.

Seawater assists in strengthening the cellular immunity. Even the sound of the crashing sea waves has a healing effect on our mind and body as it induces deep states of relaxation. About 70% of the earth surface is covered with water of which 96% is stored in the oceans. Even human bodies are made up of about 55-60% water. Indeed, we do belong to the ocean.

Seawater is useful in more ways than one, it is used in modern medicine on a large scale. In 1897, a French doctor, René Quinton discovered that seawater and our blood plasma are 98% identical. Our blood has an extra molecule of iron whereas seawater has an extra molecule of magnesium, and apart from this all the molecules are identical. When immersed in warm seawater the body absorbs the minerals it needs through the skin. Among the many minerals found in the sea is iodine which helps the body fight infection while boosting thyroid function. Seawater increases elasticity of skin and, improves circulation, helping the body to carry blood to all its vital organs. Thalassotherapy (from the Greek word ‘Thalassa’ meaning sea) was an effective way to treat many ailments. Thalassotherapy is a therapeutic use of the seawater, its climate, and marine products like algae, seaweed, and alluvial mud.

With having a product portfolio that is manufactured by process of extraction from seawater, we have a limitless resource and supply, with limitless opportunity to deliver to the needs of our products to the global masses.