The benefits of using Himalayan Salt Inhaler

Posted On: 08/11/2016 - Viewed: 40982
These clinically proven yet simple-to-use, non-invasive devices, based on ancient and proven health benefits of Himalayan Salt Inhaler, will effectively clear your sinuses and respiratory system in minutes.
In a recent study involving people with severe breathing difficulties - 73.9% of those patients indicated a positive pulmonary response from use of the Salt Inhaler.

The Himalayan Salt Inhaler is a convenient, drug-free and non-invasive device for enjoying the health benefits of salt air therapy. The use of salt for therapeutic treatment of asthma and other respiratory ailments, is nothing new. Halotherapy (Halo=Salt in Greek), and Speleo-therapy (Speleos=Cave), are well known in Europe. Both treatments fall under the category of physical therapy, or drug-free treatment of disease. Salt inhalation was recommended by Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, who applied the age-old method of inhaling the steam from boiling saltwater.

Daily Use of the Salt Inhaler For Several Minutes Can
  • Ease Breathing
  • Support Rehabilitation & Asthma Treatments of the Respiratory System
  • Clean the Respiratory System
Benefits of Daily Use of Himalayan Salt Inhaler
Breathing through our new porcelain-ceramic Inhaler for just 15-20 minutes daily draws air across our 300 million year old mineral-rich granules of Original Himalayan Salt, the beneficial effects of which reaches the very microscopic aspect of the respiratory system and can help to resolve breathing problems which may be caused by:
  • Allergies
  • Pollen & Other Allergies
  • Asthma
  • COPD
  • Sinus Problem, Rhinitis
  • Influenza & Other Infections
  • Smoking
  • Bronchitis, Chest Infections
  • Chronic Cough and Sore Throats
  • Breathing Difficulty
  • Respiratory Problems Caused    by Smoking
  • Dehydrating, Recycled Air Aboard Airlines
From our experience, we learn that using Himalayan Gourment White Salt is perfect for this application and do no damage for your respiratory system. 

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