Using Salt Crystal lamps hand carved from the salt mines. The beautiful crystalline structure of ancient salt deposits is a result of their constituent minerals drying under intense pressure, not unlike diamonds. But salt crystals are far more colorful, ranging from light shades of pink, yellow, and orange, to the more intense hues of dark red, deep blues and lavenders. Not only do people find the light of natural salt lamps to be quite soothing, but the negative ions given off by the lamps are the wonderful ions we smell in the air after a thunderstorm. These ions have a refreshing and energizing effect, helping to purify the air and thereby benefit the people and pets breathing that air. Salt lamps are being used worldwide in holistic spas and medical treatment centers. The most common types of disorders treated are breathing problems, such as asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, and various allergies. Place several salt lamps through-out your house to experience clean, healthful, energized air quality.
And when you are at work, on the road, or traveling out of state, keep enjoying the benefits of salty air halotherapy with the portable Salt Pipe, which is made of porcelain, and whose daily use helps to flush away impurities from the nasal passages, as well as helping to heal and calm inflamed lungs and airways.
By Isabella Samovsky
All rights reserved. Any reproducing of this article must have the author name and all the links intact.