Himalayan Salt Inhalers To Ease Allergy Symptoms–A User’s Review
Himalayan salt inhalers have become more popular in the last few years, perhaps due to the rise in respiratory illnesses. It’s been said that Himalayan salt is the purest salt on earth, but it’s also been claimed that it can relieve numerous ailments ranging from reducing insomnia to promoting vascular health. This Post will detail the results I got when I tried the Himalayan Salt Inhaler® to ease my allergy symptoms.
I found during my research that one of the claimed benefits of Himalayan salt inhalers is the improvement of sinus and respiratory ailments like asthma and symptoms caused by colds, such as persistent coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath. However, my interest in the salt pipe inhaler grew when I read that it may also relieve allergy symptoms triggered by dust, pet dander, pollen, mold, mildew and other pollutants.
In the past two months my hay fever symptoms have become very persistent. I was very congested and had a dry, relentless cough that kept me up at night. My allergy symptoms were never this bad in the past, but taking allergy pharmaceuticals was not an option for me. When I’ve taken allergy drugs I’ve got very unpleasant side effects such as rapid heart palpitations and mild anxiety. I became determined to find fast and simple hay fever natural remedies.
Purchased The Pipe Inhaler
So I was willing to try any natural remedy to ease my symptoms. In the middle of my research I came across the HealthAndMed website and found the Refillable Ceramic Himalayan Salt Pipe. HealthAndMed also sell all types of hand-carved Himalayan salt lamps, which are supposed to clean the indoor air and get rid of airborne allergens.
I read that the salt pipe is made of lead-free ceramic and comes pre-filled with original Himalayan salt crystals. It seemed to me this was the simplest of all the home remedies for allergy relief I had seen and they offered a 14-day money back guarantee.
Since I had already found information about the benefits of Himalayan salt, I promptly ordered the pipe inhaler, which arrived after 4 days. My allergy symptoms were still raging and I started inhaling right away.
The Test Begins
The first day I inhaled for three consecutive minutes twice a day, the second day I increased it to five minutes three times a day and the third day I did five minutes four times daily. I felt some relief at the end of the second day, but by the end of the third day my nasal congestion and dry cough was almost gone and I was sleeping better. On the fourth day, my congestion was completely gone.
I keep using the salt pipe for maintenance since I get an occasional cough when I don’t use it for the whole day. My allergy symptoms have completely cleared, but since it is allergy season I still use the inhaler just for maintenance. The only regret I have is not having bought the crystal salt lamp, but that will be my next purchase.
When inhaling, the passing moist air releases the cleansing salt particles which pass through sinuses, throat and lungs to clean the impurities and allergenic particles lodged in those cavities.
The Himalayan salt inhaler comes pre-filled with food grade pink Himalayan salt crystals and you don’t have to keep re-filling very often since the salt will last from three to five months with daily use. And it’s a much better option than pouring water up your nostrils with a neti pot.
I don’t guarantee this product will work for you, but it worked for me and I believe there is a reason for the existence of salt cave clinics in Europe where people go for speleotherapy (salt cave therapy). There are even a simulated salt mine clinics in Philadelphia and Colorado that were built with natural Himalayan salt to feel and look like the European clinics. Check out the scientific research supporting the use of this type of salt.
Health and Med offers a 14-day money back guarantee, so you don’t risk anything by trying the Himalayan salt Inhaler. Please click the banner below if you want to try this natural alternative to relieve your allergy symptoms.
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