Natural Wonders Table of Contents
Natural Wonders is a series consisting of 11 parts.
- Natural Wonders: Quaking Aspen Trees
- Natural Wonders: Monarch Butterflies
- Natural Wonders: Barred Owls
- Natural Wonders: Hot Springs
- Natural Wonders: Grizzly Bears
- Natural Wonders: Marble
- Natural Wonders: Fall Aster
- Natural Wonders: Black Widow Spider
- Natural Wonders: Gray Wolf
- Natural Wonders: Bald Eagles
- Natural Wonders: Arctic Fox
Take some time to learn about the natural wonders in our world.
The naturally hot rivers and pools are warmed by geothermal heat produced beneath the surface of the Earth.
Since the hot spring waters are heated from the Earth’s mantle, they are full of therapeutic minerals. A soak in the waters can help to relieve stressed muscles and joints, and the heat also increases blood flow throughout the body to boost vitality in the tissues and organs.
Sulfur in the hot springs is known to be good for skin healing and health, but make sure to moisturize your skin post-soak. Additionally, carbon dioxide, sulfur, calcium, magnesium, and lithium in the waters can stimulate the body’s immune system and—paired with heat—promote full-body relaxation and rejuvenation.
A visit to a natural hot springs pool, spa or resort may be the perfect chance to get-away and nourish your mind and body naturally. Take a dip into some of these national hot spots: