Peloid Therapy - Turkish Bath Peloid therapy, also known as Turkish bath, is a form of hydrotherapy that is becoming increasingly popular. The therapy involves submerging the body in a warm, mineral-rich mud bath. The mud is believed to have healing properties that can provide relief from a variety of physical ailments. Peloid therapy is believed to help improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and provide relief from pain. It is also said to be beneficial for skin conditions such as acne and psoriasis. The mud is usually heated to a temperature of between 37 and 40 degrees Celsius (98-104 Fahrenheit). The patient typically remains in the mud bath for up to 40 minutes.