What Is Salt Therapy?

How Salt Therapy Works


Pharmaceutical grade salt is ground into microscopic particles by a state of the art halogenerator and then dispersed into the room. The salt is then inhaled to reduce inflammation, widen the airways, accelerate mucus transport, soak up and eliminate toxins and allergens and strengthen the immune system. Salt cleanses and purifies, thereby increasing the overall oxygen exchange in the body. 


Almost like a toothbrush, salt removes the buildup of foreign elements from the respiratory tract that lead to and exacerbate various respiratory conditions.  The non-inhaled particles landing on the skin help to balance the ph and induce the reparative and regenerate processes in the derma, increasing rigidity and stimulating cell growth and microcirculation. Additionally, salt therapy improves hair health.


Salt therapy is 100% natural and drug-free. Sessions take very little time - approximately 20 minutes.

What Are The Benefits?

There are many internal and external benefits to salt therapy. In addition to assisting with detoxing and calming the body, it also supports the immune, nervous, and lymphatic systems. Stress and headaches can also be reduced through salt therapy as well as increased energy and better sleep.


Skin Conditions Salt therapy may treat:

  • Allergies

  • Asthma

  • Breathing difficulties / chest tightness

  • Bronchitis / Chronic bronchitis

  • Colds & Flu

  • COPD

  • Cystic Fibrosis

  • Ear infections

  • Eczema

  • Hay fever

  • Laryngitis

  • Pneumonia (post-acute)

  • Psoriasis

  • Rhinitis

  • Sinusitis/sinus inflammation

  • Smoker’s cough

  • Snoring / Sleep Apnea

  • Sore throat

  • Stress and fatigue

  • Wheezing


*In addition to improving chronic lung and skin conditions, salt therapy can enhance athletic endurance, accelerate recovery time, and help to shorten acute respiratory viruses.


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American Lung Association


The scientific validation and outlook for the practical use of halo-aerosol therapy (Chervinskaia AV.) 2000 Russia




Halotherapy in Controlled Salt Chamber Microclimate for Recovering Medicine (Chervinskaya Alina V.) 2007


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