hydropathic


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hy·drop·a·thy

 (hī-drŏp′ə-thē)
n. pl. hy·drop·a·thies
Internal and external use of water as a therapeutic treatment for all forms of disease.

hy′dro·path′ic (hī′drə-păth′ĭk), hy′dro·path′i·cal adj.
hy·drop′a·thist, hy′dro·path′ n.
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Adj.1.hydropathic - of or relating to hydropathy or its administration; "hydropathic treatments"
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Hydrotherapy and balneotherapy, including bathing, steaming and drinking spa water, were known colloquially as 'taking the waters,' became significant industries in the 19th century and gave birth to the development of spa centres and entire towns devoted to hydropathic tourism.
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It opened in 1857 as a clergy training college, then became a botanic gardens and hydropathic baths.
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