Volcanic mud

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fetid, sulphurous mud discharged by a volcano.

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Kamchatka's brown bears delight in the healing qualities of the natural thermal baths, volcanic mud and hot springs and can often be seen taking a dip.
Authorities had feared heavy rains could trigger volcanic mud flows after the volcano started belching ash earlier this month.
An explosion in August 2006 did not cause direct deaths, but the following December a passing typhoon unleashed an avalanche of volcanic mud from Mayon's slopes that killed 1,000 people.
Bringing the Moroccan tradition of Rhassoul (mud pack) home to Thief Spa, volcanic mud brought in from the foot of the Atlas Mountains is applied in the steam room.
This one uses lava mud mask containing magnetically charged volcanic mud scooped from the coastlines of Hawai.
So it's no surprise that, here, sylvan pool, desert sunset, and volcanic mud advertised their own faux sublimity.
WELSH celebrity chef Bryn Williams has dived with the turtles in the warm Caribbean waters off the tropical island of St Lucia, immersed himself in smelly sulphur waters heated to 38C by a volcano, exfoliated his body with powdered rock and slathered himself from top to toe in pitch-black volcanic mud.
Also offered is an eight-day beach stay at the four-star Villas Sol All Inclusive Beach Resort, including seven nights in ocean view accommodations, private transfers, all meals and drinks, plus a day adventure to the Vandara Springs and Adventure Center in the Ricon de la Vieja National Park with tree canopy zip-line, horseback riding, hanging bridges nature walks and volcanic mud baths.
Don't miss the smaller but just as impressive Herculaneum, a wealthy town buried by huge avalanches of volcanic mud.
And, as if lifted from the pages of such a legend of destruction and rebirth, fears have arisen that powerful flowing volcanic mud produced by Mount Merapi - the volcano erupted in October and November - could now destroy the historic structures.
Try an Indian head massage or mud treatments using Santorini's volcanic mud.
Another eruption in 1993 killed 79 people but the most destructive came in 1814, killing more than 1,200 people and burying a town in volcanic mud.