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The Lake of the Wrymouth – Salt resort, city of Sol-Iletsk

Lake Wrymouth, bromine or lake, formed in 1896. It is 50 metres to the East of the lake Collapse.

The lake is elongated from Chapada to the East, the area is 88550 sq m, depth 3-4 meters.

In the lake of Wrymouth in the summer in a large number of reproduction of the crustacean Artemia Salina (Artemia salina) – salty brine, which gives the lake a reddish color.

At the bottom of the lake — mud greenish or dark brown, in summer it is heated to fifty degrees Celsius. Dead on view of the water is full of life, especially in the summer. Scoop a handful of water — and sees a reddish small living creature, it is an interesting resident of salt lake crustacean Artemia Salina. During the summer he gives 3-4 generations of individuals. Crustaceans belong to the class of crustacea, to the family of arthropods. They are carriers of compounds that synthesize organic substances that form when the withering away of the mud.

Dying calf crustaceans collected centuries at the bottom of lakes, interspersed with silt and salt, and formed a thick layer of mud with therapeutic properties.

Crustacean secretes potent biologically active substances, which, brine and therapeutic mud have healing properties. Annually myriads of eggs deposited, a considerable part of them dies and settles to the lake bottom, contributing to the processes of gradiometry.

Otmetiv spawn, dying, and the crayfish, also plunging to the bottom of the lake. Several types of microscopic algae are the primary food, brine Shrimp and Other salt-tolerant crustaceans.

In education also involves mud and microalgae, Dunaliella Salina is the most common

Silt mud of the lake consists of small particles the greasy consistency of black color, it is homogeneous, with the smell of hydrogen sulfide. When dry acquires a gray-ash color.

In one liter of water contains about 165,5 grams of various salts. The water of lake Wrymouth chloride-sodium-bromine. Well calms the nervous system, the lake Wrymouth is one of the favorite places visited by tourists. So swimming is recommended for people with high razdrazhitelju, irritability. After a certain time after swimming appear the feeling after a good massage, the feeling of lightness, peace, and desire to sleep are always present. Causing on the dirt, hundreds of tourists spend their summer holidays on the shores of the lake, presenting picturesque picture of yourself, after 20-25 minutes, therapeutic mud should be washed off.

How to bathe?

Swimming in the lake is recommended for people prone to nervous breakdowns, depression, prolonged stress. Sedative (calming) effect is very useful in many diseases — it artrose-arthritis, polyarthritis, diseases of the joints, spine, some diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, skin diseases.

Bathing in the healing waters of the lake and helps completely healthy people, raising protective forces of an organism, stopping the development of diseases.

In the summer in the lake in large numbers to breed copepods, Artemia salt, which gives the lake a peculiar brown color and increase the therapeutic properties of salt water.


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