Salt Therapy

Salt Lamps

Himalayan natural shaped pink salt lampAll-natural and exquisite, Himalayan salt lamps emit negative ions which are of importance to good respiratory health and general wellness as they detoxify the oxygen we breathe in. By releasing negative ions, salt lamps decrease indoor air toxins including mould spores, dust and dust mites, smoke or smog and basic odour from animals and people. An increased amount of negative ions in the environment may provide reduced sinus pain and congestion, temporary allergies and hay fever,  decrease the seriousness of asthma symptoms, and reduce susceptibility to colds and flu by boosting the immune and respiratory system.


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Salt Caves have a wide range of natural shaped Himalayan salt lamps and carved or shaped Himalayan Salt Lamps in our online store. We offer fast delivery all over Australia. 

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Is there clinical research to support Halotherapy?

Yes, clinical research has been conducted to test and report on the effectiveness of Halotherapy for the treatment of asthma, chronic bronchitis and a range of other respiratory conditions. It has been found to provide a positive benefit without any known negative side effects. Most of the research has been carried out in Europe, where salt therapy has become a popular and accepted form of alternative medicine.However, it is now widely accepted that salt therapy is an effective, drug free, and noninvasive method of treating a range of respiratory conditions. It is used in everything from IV solutions to nasal washes.

The most thorough research has been conducted by Dr. Chervinskaya, the head of Clinical Research at the Respiratory Center in St. Petersburg, Russia who has published more than two hundred articles on the topic. More recently, the New England Journal of Medicine has published an article on the effectiveness of salt therapy in aiding people with cystic fibrosis.
Is there clinical research to support Halotherapy?

What can I expect during my salt therapy session?

Each salt therapy (also known as halotherapy or spelotherapy) session lasts 45 minutes. The walls of the salt therapy cave are constructed from blocks of Himalayan salt with a floor completely covered with white salt. Everyone entering the salt cave is required to wear shoe covers to keep the salt floor clean. No food or drink is allowed to be taken into the salt therapy cave. During your salt therapy session, you will be seated in a comfortable chair in the natural micro climate of the cave. A salt vaporiser pumps dry aerosol salt vapour into the therapy room.  As you inhale the salt, it travels through the sinuses and respiratory tract absorbing moisture, cleansing and clearing mucus and killing bacteria. The anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties of salt, along with the many mineral elements of salt, make salt therapy a viable alternative to treat many health complaints.

Salt therapy is a safe, drug free therapy that helps asthmas, bronchitis, emphysema, allergies, sinus, hay fever and many skin conditions Each salt or halotherapy session is in the salt cave. Sit back in a reclining chair and breathe in the micro salt climate of the salt therapy cave
What can I expect during my salt therapy session?


After the first session my breathing was so much better and my skin felt less irritable. I have been very impressed with my overall improvement with my conditions after only one session. I will definitely recommend Salt Caves to my friends! ~ Malcolm Hooper

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  1. Yoga @ Salt Caves Mooloolaba Catherine Mycock 18-Jul-2014
  2. Yoga @ Salt Caves Toowoomba Catherine Mycock 18-Jul-2014
  3. Eczema, Psoriasis and other Skin Conditions Catherine Mycock 15-May-2014
  4. Colds and Flu Treatment with Salt Therapy Catherine Mycock 15-May-2014
  5. Sinusitis Treatment with Salt Therapy Catherine Mycock 15-May-2014