Himalayan Sea Salt Inhaler and Allergies

himalayan sea salt inhaler and allergies

Himalayan Sea salt inhalers are a natural remedy for many allergy, respiratory and sinus issues such as allergies, asthma, respiratory infections, smokers cough and many other respiratory conditions. Using a Himalayan sea salt inhaler for 15 minutes a day offers many health benefits.  It can kill bacteria and reduce inflammation and reduce mucus.

Salt therapy, also known as Halotherapy (halo is Greek for salt) has been around for years and dates back to the Roman and medieval times.  People have traveled from all over the world to visit salt caves in ancient Europe. The 19th century Polish salt miners were also shown to have far fewer respiratory illnesses.

The first salt treatment center was in  Wieliczka, Pland and many man made Himalayan dalt caves or salt treatment rooms are popping up in day spas.  Treatment can be very expensive, up to $500.00 per hour.

A Himalayan salt inhaler is a less expensive and effective alternative.  A salt inhaler is usually around $30 or $40 bucks and the salt crystals last for months.  Replacement salt is less than $10 bucks and one bag can last a long long time considering the small amount 92.5 ounces)  of crystals needed in the inhaler.

Asthma suffers often note a significant decrease in attacks and seasonal allergy sufferers also have reported a measurable reduction of symptoms.  Users also report that the duration of colds and flu are greatly reduced by the use of a Sea Salt Inhaler.

Please note:  A Himalayan Sea Salt Inhaler is not meant to take the place of your prescribed medications.  If you see major results, please consult with your doctor before making changes to any medications you are taking.

Cleaning and Care for your Himalayan Sea Salt Inhaler

Cleaning is easy.  When you get your Salt Inhaler just rinse it out with warm water to remove any dust particles.  It must be completely dry before you add the Himalayan pink salt.  You can use a hairdryer if you don’t want to wait for it to air dry.

When you change your salt, which is about once a month, again just use warm water and wait for it to dry.  No soap is needed.

How Does a Himalayan Sea Salt Inhaler Work? 

When you breath into the salt inhaler, air passes over the salt crystals and through your respiratory track.  The moisture there absorbs the salt particles on the way to the lungs.

You can purchase a Himalayan Sea Salt Inhaler by clicking on the image below!

 Original Himalayan Crystal Salt Inhaler Relaxus Himalayan Crystal Salt Inhaler  Himalayan Salt Inhaler Refill, 150-Gram

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2 Responses to “Himalayan Sea Salt Inhaler and Allergies”

  1. Lesley says:

    Sounds very healing indeed. I have had sinus conditions for years and it really is a struggle sometimes, thank you for sharing this information about the inhaler for pink salt, I will definitely think about using it.

  2. Clara says:

    This winter has been rough on my sinuses so this looks promising to me. I’d love to give it a try.

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