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Have you heard of a new Natural treatment called Quinton Plasma?

Used by top athletes such as Rafael Nadal, Quinton's plasma is gaining popularity for its medicinal and therapeutic properties.

So, what is Quinton's plasma, and what are the benefits?

Is it only for athletes, or also for those with chronic back pain and pain? Are there any risks?

What does Dr Mounir think of it?

This article explains everything you need to know about Quinton's plasma.

The use of Quinton's plasma is a branch of thalassotherapy, a thousand-year-old practice that uses the medicinal properties of seawater.

In the 19th century, the French physiologist and biologist René Quinton made an interesting discovery. Indeed, he found that seawater had a composition similar to that of our blood plasma.

Based on this discovery, he began to use the properties of seawater to improve health and vitality. This is where Quinton's plasma was born.

Quinton's plasma is drawn from a specific location in marine locations, at a depth of up to 30 meters. This water is then subjected to several processes (filtration, sterilization, etc.) and placed in an ampoule for consumption or bottles for injections.

There are 2 types of Quinton plasma:

• Hypertonic: This is marine water in its pure form (not having undergone any transformation). As it is not filtered, it has a higher level of minerals and trace elements.