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Arenation is an uncommon kind of therapeutic dry bath, using hot sand. At various times it has been described as "applied", sprinkled upon a patient, or putting the feet in the hot sand. The term is from the Latin arenatio, from arena, "sand".
- Webster's 1828 Dictionary
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