|Why Use A Salt
If you have any respiratory or nasal discomfort, breathing in salt air can reduce the
inflamation and detox the passages, removing toxins and easing your ability to breathe and to move oxygen
into the cells.|
Here are some of the diseases that
may be helped with our 84Salt Himalayan Salt Inhaler:
What is Salt Air Inhalation Therapy?
- Hay Fever
- Sinus Ailments
- Cold & Flu Symptoms
- Shortness of Breathe
- Sleep Apnea or snoring
- Irritation from Smoke & other
- Flushes out toxins &
- Eases cell absorption of oxygen
Also known as "Halotherapy" (halo=salt), or "Speleotherapy"
(speleos=cave), salt air inhalation therapy is an easy to use, pharmaceutically / drug - free method that eases
symptoms of respiratory discomforts. The atmosphere of deep salt caves has been used for centuries to benefit the
respiratory system. Today's salt inhalers have been designed to replicate a similar salt cave environment for your
lungs and nasal passages.
How does it
Himalayan salt crystals are
positioned between the filters inside the refillable inhaler. As you inhale through the mouthpiece, the moisture of
the passing air absorbs microscopic salt particles, which permeate through your respiratory system. The humidity in
the air is sufficient to enrich the air with minute salt particles when the air passes through the salt crystals.
Thus it replicates in a micro form, the breathing experience of being in a therapeutic salt
What is a Primordial Therapeutic
Climate?How Long Has Salt
Therapy Been Around?
84Salt Himalayan Salt Inhaler is
designed to replicate the kind of therapeutic climate, found within the Khewra Pink Crystal Salt caves located at
the foothills of the Himalayas in Pakistan. These salt mines are the result of a primordial sea, which existed long
before any forms of pollution or technology covered the earth. It is this living salt filled with 84 minerals that
helps detox and balance the body when anyone breathes in air from it. This therapeutic salt air helps clear toxins,
and reduce inflammation along nasal, bronchial, and respiratory passages. It is especially helpful for children and
adults who suffer from asthma, allergies and COPD. Additionally the soothing, calming effect the salt air has on
the body, the way it reduces inflammation, results in lowering many peoples stress levels, and also we have been
told it helps lower their blood pressure.*
the time of Plato, people have known the respiratory health value of breathing the air in deep salt caves.
Therapeutic rooms have been set up in salt caves across Europe and Asia, where many people have experienced
the amazing relief of respiratory disease. People who work in these salt mines are always free of respiratory
problems. Using our salt inhaler offers a similar experience especially if used consistently for 15 - 20
minutes each day.
*We know that a daily, first in the morning sole drink works to lower blood
pressure, we have seen these results and received grateful responses from customers telling us how it has worked
for them or their children. But remember every human being is different and even in the testing of powerful
pharmaceutical drugs, they discover results where 30% of the time people are cured with the placebo (non-drug,
sugar pill) and some are not cured at all.
whenever you decide to try any type of therapy or change of diet or exercise, consult with your doctor. Let them
monitor your progress and never stop taking any medications without first discussing this with your doctor. Your
health is important to us, to your family and to all the beings in our world. Each human being is a Divine Light
and we are grateful that you share the earth with us. We wish you health &
Many tests have been done on the salt from this mine that prove
its therapeutic value. If you really want to understand the value of our 84Salt Pink Crystal Himalayan Salt, get a
copy ofWater & Saltby Dr.
Can Use Salt Air Inhalers?
Anyone can safely use salt inhalers and enjoy the benefits from
salt air inhalation therapy. Even children can use our salt inhalers, as long as they understand how to breathe in
through the mouth and exhale through the nose, and that this is the only way to use the salt
Why we need
Salt air inhalation therapy,
also known as, "Halotherapy" (halo=salt),
or "Speleotherapy" (speleos=cave), supports relief for many
respiratory ailments. It reduces inflammation in nasal passages and within the bronchial tubes and lungs. It has
been used for hundreds of years, but has never been more valuable than it is today because we have so many toxins
in the air we breathe.
Asthma ~Asthma is a chronic inflammatory
disorder of the airways characterized by episodes of reversible breathing problems due to airway narrowing and
obstruction. These episodes can range in severity from mild to life threatening. Symptoms of asthma include
wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath. Daily preventive treatment can prevent symptoms and
attacks and enable individuals who have asthma to lead active lives.
Allergies:There are many types of
allergies that affect humans today, some are directly the result of breathing air laden with different forms of
toxins from animal dander to pollen, and many other environmental gases or organic matter.
- One in 12 people (about 25 million, or
8% of the population) had asthma in 2009, compared with 1 in 14 (about 20 million, or 7%) in
- More than half (53%) of people with
asthma had an asthma attack in 2008. More children (57%) than adults (51%) had an attack.
- 185 children and 3,262 adults died from
asthma in 2007.
- About 1 in 10 children (10%) had asthma
and 1 in 12 adults (8%) had asthma in 2009.
- Women were more
likely than men and boys more likely than girls to have asthma.
- These numbers are increasing
COPD ~is a disease characterized by
airflow restrictions. The AMA’s treatments for COPD cause most doctors to believe that this disease is not fully
reversible.* Airflow limitations from COPD are usually progressive and associated with an abnormal inflammation of
the lungs due to noxious particles or gases. Typically this is the result of exposure to cigarette
- Over 50 million Americans suffer from
- Approximately 55 percent of all U.S.
citizens test positive to one or more allergens.
- Roughly 7.8% of people 18 and over in
the U.S. have hay fever.
- Between 2009 & 2010, 10% of U.S.
children, 17 years & under suffered from hay fever.
- Worldwide, allergic rhinitis (hayfever)
affects between 10% and 30 % of the population.
- Worldwide, sensitization (IgE
antibodies) to foreign proteins in the environment is present in up to 40% of the
- Roughly 13% of people 18 and over in the
U.S. have sinusitis.
Approximately 13.6 million adults have been diagnosed with
Research suggests that likely another 13+ million have yet to
*We have learned that this
disease is reversible and completely curable, but is not through the usual AMA drug channels. If you have this
disease or know someone who does, please take time to research E cigarettes. We have friends who have been fully
healed using them. I personally have no experience since I have never smoked in my
use the Salt Air
To use the inhaler, place mouth on spout and inhale through mouth,
then exhale through nose. Practice this before you begin to use your new inhaler because you should never exhale
into the inhaler, as this will cause moisture to form on the crystals and then you would have to dry them out or
replace them. So remember:DO NOT EXHALE BACK THROUGH THE
When you first start using the inhaler, you may experience some
coughing or sneezing, but this will clear up as you continue to breath and clear out
How Often Should You Use Your Salt
Recommended usage is 15-25 minutes per day. This can be done while
watching TV or just relaxing before bed and when you get up in the morning. For the very best results, use it
regularly year round.
When to Replace the Salt
Monthly, if you use it for 15 - 25 minutes every
If you use it less, then replace the salt crystals less
ALWAYS Keep Your Salt Inhaler clean and free of
Do not use your salt inhaler, if the salt crystals become moist or
How To Wash
Your Salt Inhaler before replacing the salt crystals:
Rinse the inhaler with warm water & make sure the inhaler
refilling. If you’re in a rush, it is okay to use a hair dryer to dry it
DO NOT wash your
Salt Inhaler with ANY TYPE OF DETERGENTS
DO NOT Wash your Salt Inhaler In a
Store in a dry, cool place—away from direct
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