Structural Implementation Analysis on Temazcal baths as a new service in Mazamitla, Jalisco

Structural Implementation Analysis on Temazcal baths as a new service in Mazamitla, Jalisco

Mazamitla, Mexico
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Nowadays, contamination of the environment is one of the main environmental problems, that is why tourism contributes to the introduction of alternatives to fight against this problem.
Temazcal baths represent a good option for relax hotel tourism given that they are structures made of clay adobe bricks or stones.
Previously scalding stones are introduced into the temazcal construction and medicinal plant infusions and aromatic herbs are poured over the scalding stones. Electrical energy is not required for performance; this is the reason why it is considered ecological.

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