How Tirolean stone oil is produced
The hermetic enclosing of plankton, algae and bacteria in the rock results in so-called kerogens, such as in the oil shales on the western shore of Lake Achensee. The oil is produced by mining the oil shale from the rock, crushing it and distilling it in a carbonising plant.
Treatments with Tirolean stone oil
The stone oil bath strongly stimulates the circulation of the blood and helps with joint pain. The 20-minute bath is followed by an application of stone oil tonic that also stimulates the blood circulation. After a 20-minute rest, a massage is then ideal as muscles and tissues are now warmed up. Relax in our stone oil tubs under the calming starlit sky.
The stone oil fango is an alternative to the stone oil bath. The poultice is warmed then placed on the body for 20 minutes in the location that is to be treated.
Our stone oil cure produces excellent results with joint complaints: this involves 6 stone oil baths, an application of stone oil tonic, 2 full-body massages and 3 partial massages.