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Crystal Salt Lamps and Dry Salt Therapy

Polish doctors in 1800 discovered dry salt therapy or speleotherapy. Pure, ionized salt air from salt mines could cure respiratory problems. These salt caves are found throughout Eastern Europe, especially in Poland and the Himalayans. Healing salt caves are well-known for their antibacterial, antibiotic, and antifungal properties.

Instead of searching for a salt cave to enjoy its healing properties, you can use a salt lamp to get the same benefits. Salt lamps are made of salt from the cave. When lit, they release negative ions into their environment. This creates some of the health benefits that come with living in a salt cave. You can know more about dry salt therapy via https://www.lknsaltspa.com/halotherapy.

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Negative ions, which are electrically charged particles, help to remove airborne contaminants. This has a positive effect on the immune system and respiratory system. How does it work? Because they are negatively charged, the ions help clean the air. They attach to allergens and contaminates which are positively charged. 

This connection causes larger particles to fall to the ground and thus clean the air. The lit salt lamp strengthens the earth's natural resonance frequency and helps to combat harmful EMFs from cell phones and computers. The salt lamps must be extracted from a block of crystal salt by hand to preserve the primordial energy. Your salt lamp will be unique because it is hand-chiseled. 

Salt blocks are sourced from the Himalayan Mountains, Polish Salt Caves, and rare Persian Beds. The Himalayan salt lamps range in color from a dark brownish-orange to a light orange, which reminds me of the color of the moon when lit. The lamps emit a calm, deep glow due to their high mineral content.