Lithuania opens the world's first amber bath
One of the health centers of Palanga (Lithuania) opened the world's first amber bath called Saulės.
It took 3 tons of natural Baltic Sea amber to build the bath. The bath's area is 22 sq.m and can place 15 people at the same time.
Being heated to a certain temperature amber produces succinic acid that is vital for the human body. The bath influences positively on the nervous system, relieves stress. It is recommended to visit by teens and active children because it has a calming effect. After the bath procedure it is advised to drink amber water (with dissolved succinic acid).
The bath entrance ticket cost 3 euros, however, if you want to visit it you have to buy an entrance ticket to the whole center (14 euros for adults, 6 euros for children and elderly).