In Jordan, on the eastern side of the Jordan Rift Valley there are many hot springs that reach 64 degrees Celsius. This water flows into the riverbeds and valleys to finally pour into the Dead Sea.
Since the prehistoric times, the waters of these springs have been used for bathing and healing. In addition, these springs are still used in the treatment and healing of some diseases. Water treatment is the first type of treatment used by humans after being proven effective.
Hot mineral water is widely used for healing purposes as part of physiotherapy. The hot water springs gain heat from the earth's heat and acquires its mineral and physical properties from the rocks as it diffuses through it and filter out of the earth.