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Spa z owocami i warzywami (5)

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Pics shows: A hot spring pool with carrots in the water; Chinese spa customers are bathing in pools surrounded by floating mushrooms in a bizarre attempt to improve their health and beauty. Pictures show the hot spring-based centre in the city of Luoyang in central China???s Henan Province filled with happy customers marinating themselves in various pools of foodstuffs. One pool???s surface seems to be covered with large floating mushrooms; another contains mainly apples and the odd grapefruit. A family with young children are seen dipping in a pool garnished with vegetables, as some carrots on the poolside and floating courgettes attest. The mushrooms seen in the first picture are trumpeted as lucid ganoderma, which the centre says is an "expensive herb medicine". Otherwise known as lingzhi or reishi mushroom, lucid ganoderma was found to be ineffective as a treatment for cancer and cardiovascular in recent studies. However, the studies are believed to have focused on the fungus as part of a medical preparation to be taken internally rather than bathed in. Spring centre bosses say the fruit and vegetables baths will make customers more beautiful, though the mechanism by this is supposed to happen is unclear. One anonymous netizen poured scorn on the whole idea by writing: "It???s really a waste of food."
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Pics shows: A hot spring pool with cucumbers in the water; Chinese spa customers are bathing in pools surrounded by floating mushrooms in a bizarre attempt to improve their health and beauty. Pictures show the hot spring-based centre in the city of Luoyang in central China???s Henan Province filled with happy customers marinating themselves in various pools of foodstuffs. One pool???s surface seems to be covered with large floating mushrooms; another contains mainly apples and the odd grapefruit. A family with young children are seen dipping in a pool garnished with vegetables, as some carrots on the poolside and floating courgettes attest. The mushrooms seen in the first picture are trumpeted as lucid ganoderma, which the centre says is an "expensive herb medicine". Otherwise known as lingzhi or reishi mushroom, lucid ganoderma was found to be ineffective as a treatment for cancer and cardiovascular in recent studies. However, the studies are believed to have focused on the fungus as part of a medical preparation to be taken internally rather than bathed in. Spring centre bosses say the fruit and vegetables baths will make customers more beautiful, though the mechanism by this is supposed to happen is unclear. One anonymous netizen poured scorn on the whole idea by writing: "It???s really a waste of food."
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Pics shows: A hot spring pool with apples in the water; Chinese spa customers are bathing in pools surrounded by floating mushrooms in a bizarre attempt to improve their health and beauty. Pictures show the hot spring-based centre in the city of Luoyang in central China???s Henan Province filled with happy customers marinating themselves in various pools of foodstuffs. One pool???s surface seems to be covered with large floating mushrooms; another contains mainly apples and the odd grapefruit. A family with young children are seen dipping in a pool garnished with vegetables, as some carrots on the poolside and floating courgettes attest. The mushrooms seen in the first picture are trumpeted as lucid ganoderma, which the centre says is an "expensive herb medicine". Otherwise known as lingzhi or reishi mushroom, lucid ganoderma was found to be ineffective as a treatment for cancer and cardiovascular in recent studies. However, the studies are believed to have focused on the fungus as part of a medical preparation to be taken internally rather than bathed in. Spring centre bosses say the fruit and vegetables baths will make customers more beautiful, though the mechanism by this is supposed to happen is unclear. One anonymous netizen poured scorn on the whole idea by writing: "It???s really a waste of food."
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Pics shows: A hot spring pool with lucid ganoderma in the water; Chinese spa customers are bathing in pools surrounded by floating mushrooms in a bizarre attempt to improve their health and beauty. Pictures show the hot spring-based centre in the city of Luoyang in central China???s Henan Province filled with happy customers marinating themselves in various pools of foodstuffs. One pool???s surface seems to be covered with large floating mushrooms; another contains mainly apples and the odd grapefruit. A family with young children are seen dipping in a pool garnished with vegetables, as some carrots on the poolside and floating courgettes attest. The mushrooms seen in the first picture are trumpeted as lucid ganoderma, which the centre says is an "expensive herb medicine". Otherwise known as lingzhi or reishi mushroom, lucid ganoderma was found to be ineffective as a treatment for cancer and cardiovascular in recent studies. However, the studies are believed to have focused on the fungus as part of a medical preparation to be taken internally rather than bathed in. Spring centre bosses say the fruit and vegetables baths will make customers more beautiful, though the mechanism by this is supposed to happen is unclear. One anonymous netizen poured scorn on the whole idea by writing: "It???s really a waste of food."
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Pics shows: A hot spring pool with lucid ganoderma in the water; Chinese spa customers are bathing in pools surrounded by floating mushrooms in a bizarre attempt to improve their health and beauty. Pictures show the hot spring-based centre in the city of Luoyang in central China???s Henan Province filled with happy customers marinating themselves in various pools of foodstuffs. One pool???s surface seems to be covered with large floating mushrooms; another contains mainly apples and the odd grapefruit. A family with young children are seen dipping in a pool garnished with vegetables, as some carrots on the poolside and floating courgettes attest. The mushrooms seen in the first picture are trumpeted as lucid ganoderma, which the centre says is an "expensive herb medicine". Otherwise known as lingzhi or reishi mushroom, lucid ganoderma was found to be ineffective as a treatment for cancer and cardiovascular in recent studies. However, the studies are believed to have focused on the fungus as part of a medical preparation to be taken internally rather than bathed in. Spring centre bosses say the fruit and vegetables baths will make customers more beautiful, though the mechanism by this is supposed to happen is unclear. One anonymous netizen poured scorn on the whole idea by writing: "It???s really a waste of food."
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