The hot springs have various bathing effects, including relief for neuralgia, rheumatism, gynecological conditions, skin diseases, burns, and cuts. The high heat retention of the hot springs allows for better absorption of iron through the skin, which can be effective for conditions such as iron-deficiency anemia.
The analysis of the hot springs shows that the positive ion components, particularly sodium ions, are abundant along with magnesium and calcium ions. These components have a calming effect that can help alleviate cramps and inflammation. Additionally, the lithium ion concentration in the hot springs is more than seven times the standard level, which is known to have a calming effect and promote cellular activation, providing a soothing effect for fatigue.
The negative ion components, primarily chloride ions, are also present along with bicarbonate ions (which are characteristic of bicarbonate springs, also known as baking soda springs, and contribute to smooth skin). The bicarbonate ion concentration is 1.7 times the standard level, and the metaboric acid concentration is more than three times the standard level. Both components help dissolve excess sebum, leaving the skin feeling refreshed after bathing.