Written By Rafal Wrzalka, Select Salt CEO
Generally, an application of road salt will “run off” into streams or rivers, and incoming fresh water or rain will wash away any residue. However, the persistent application of road salt every season, year after year, can cause a build up of sodium and chloride in the environment which can become harmful in various ways.
Made with authentic Himalayan salt bricks and tiles, a salt wall is commonly found in spas and saunas where a full salt-room build is not feasible, and is a great alternative at a fraction of the cost.
We meticulously cut, stack and layer each salt brick, making sure that each fireplace and chimney stack is a visual masterpiece, and is sure to impress your guests for any occasion.
Many of our clients have posed questions on how to handle their business during the pandemic, and how to move forward with their health spas in the age of Covid-19.
As the salt brine streams over the rock salts, a salt mist is released into the atmosphere, adding to the salt aerosol, further enhancing the therapeutic benefit of your salt cave.
In this article we will clarify some common questions like what it is, how much we need, and how much is too much. We will also clarify some common misconceptions.
Salt therapy detoxes our respiratory systems, nasal passages, sinuses, our skin, and various organs via microscopic medical-grade salt particles, and is administered simply by breathing — through our lungs.
The question arises as more and more people frequent the beach, and afterwards report positive results like feeling rejuvenated, and being better able to breathe. Many others report remarkable improvements in the condition of their skin.
There's a lot of speculation around salt caves lately. Salt caves are a relatively new concept in North America, and they've taken the spa therapy world by storm. So it's no wonder that people are asking the question: "Do salt caves really work?" What is a Salt Cave?...
In this article we will discuss the various types of salt therapy, and how you can implement these practices from the comfort of your own home.
Can Salt Therapy Improve our Immune Function? Recently we've written several articles that show how salt therapy (aka Halotherapy) can profoundly benefit various health conditions, including respiratory diseases and skin conditions -- and we've provided the clinical...
With the recent advent of viral outbreaks and the current global corona virus pandemic, boosting your immune system is something we should all consider. Especially considering that diseases like the flu, pneumonia, SARS, or Covid-19 seem to affect people with pre-existing conditions, or weakened immune response.
The detoxifying effects of a salt room can help with breathing, reduce symptoms of various respiratory illnesses and skin conditions, reduce inflammation, strengthen the immune system, and even reduce the signs of aging.
If you suffer from dry skin conditions such as Eczema or Psoriasis, you may want to give dry salt therapy a try. Dry Salt Therapy, also known as Halotherapy, has been gaining momentum all over the world as a remedy for various physical ailments with remarkable success.
In this article we look at the different types of salt available from around the world, their uses and benefits. Each one differs in taste, texture, mineral and sodium content, and carry their own healing properties.
Emphysema is one type of COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) where alveoli within the lungs are damaged, severely limiting the ability to breathe. It is called an obstructive lung disease, because airflow is slowed down or stopped upon exhalation, as it becomes trapped within the damaged alveoli. The damaged lung tissue also affects blood flow within the smaller blood vessels (the capillaries) of the lungs, further limiting the exchange of oxygen into the bloodstream.
Chronic Bronchitis is one type of COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) where the bronchial tubes become inflamed and produce excessive mucus, restricting air flow and the ability to breathe freely. Symptoms of chronic bronchitis include coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and feeling excessively tired.
Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disorder that affects the respiratory system, digestive system and other organs in the body. Most of us are familiar with the aspect of this disease that affects breathing — by the secretion of excess mucus in the lungs.
How to get started with you own salt therapy business. Everything you need to know to build your salt cave or salt room therapy business.
Simply put, a halogenerator is a device that converts sodium chloride crystals (food grade salt) into dry salt aerosol and disperses it into a salt room chamber where clients can relax while they take in the natural benefits…
COPD stands for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and is a general term describing various chronic lung conditions that impact your ability to breathe. The main two types of COPD are chronic bronchitis and emphysema.
Everything you wanted to know about Salt Cave Maintenance. Many people who are getting started with the salt therapy business ask this question: What does it take to maintain a salt cave?
Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the lungs, where the airways get inflamed and congested with mucus buildup, causing wheezing, coughing, and shortness of breath.
Low operating costs and higher rates of return make salt cave additions an attractive option to add to any health spa or business. If you’re considering getting into the very lucrative salt therapy business, one of the first things to ponder is the start up costs involved.
If you suffer from allergies, the kind that triggers inflammation in your sinuses, runny nose, itchy eyes, coughing, sniffling, and headaches — there is a natural remedy that can help alleviate your symptoms — and you don’t need a prescription. It’s called Salt Therapy, also known as Halotherapy…
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