Himalayan salt inhaler on Dr. Oz

The Himalayan Salt Inhaler was showcased on the Dr. Oz Show as “the ultimate all natural remedy for asthma”

Salt inhaler

Salt inhaler

The Himalayan salt inhaler has recently been feature on Dr. Oz show and also branded as one of Alternative Medicine’s 2010 Best New Products. The dry salt inhaler is produced from high quality ceramic and packed by hand, in North America. Whenever you breathe in through the mouth piece, the moving moisture takes up micro particles from the amazing pure, bio energetic and mineral laden Himalayan salt that enters and detoxifies the entire respiratory system which includes sinuses, nasal cavities, throat as well as lungs. This salt air bath gets rid of impurities like allergens and asthma triggers, smoke particles and additional impurities that can easily distress the respiratory system. It is ideal for managing symptoms of allergies. Shortness of breath, Hayfever, cold, flu virus, bronchitis, nasal conditions and other respiratory symptoms triggered by mold, fungus, smoke and pollution in the air.

Therapeutic Himalayan Salt Inhaler:

  • Alleviate breathing difficulties
  • Allergic reactions, cold & flu symptoms
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sinus conditions
  • Assists with some types of snoring
  • Counterbalance the effects of smoking & dehydration

The dry salt inhaler has been used by countless numbers of satisfied consumers for over 5 years.

Reduce respiratory illness symptoms using a Himalayan salt inhaler

These statements have not been evaluated by FDA or Health Canada. Product not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. If you are under medical supervision or pregnant, it is always recommended to consult your physician before use.

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