Michelle Enzenroth: Curious if anyone has any idea. It said in this video that neti pots cleanse the sinuses, but this inhaler cleanses the whole respiratory system. (does that mean it cleanses the sinuses, too?) I am wondering, because I do already use a neti pot and am wondering if this will replace the neti pot or significantly reduce how much I use the neti pot... or if I will need to use both regularly. (I have a chronic sinus condition that acts up: vaso-motor-rhinitis. Any thoughts?
mikebiketrike: My salt lamp does nothing! The inhaler however has made my asthma breathing less shallow in 2 days. I bought an inhaler yesterday and I gotta say it is much more potent than the salt lamps and particularly for people with any respiratory issues I recommend it. I'm curious though, what does the salt lamp do for you? Do you have any breathing problems and do the salt lamps relieve you?
Jennifer Chauvin: I bought mine on amazon for like $20 bucks I think. It's not just salt. You DO NOT want to inhale manufactured and refined salt. YUCK and EWW!
Jennifer Chauvin: IDK if there is any proof out there, but I use it with my asthma and like it. I love my salt rock lamp better though. I put that on my night stand and wake up breathing so much better and focused.
isurfu2ube: Where is proof it Helps with breathing problems or Bronchi Inflammation like Asthma?
is this a solution to treat Asthma?
Molly Jean: I've got one, it's really good. It only cost me £23
ChinaberryInc: Some people have found that the Himalayan Salt Inhaler® is effective as a preventative or when the symptoms of asthma are present. While the Himalayan Salt Inhaler is generally safe to be used by children, we always recommend that you check with your doctor when there are specific medical issues.